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Summer schedule for Wind River Valley Artists’ Guild in Dubois

The Wind River Valley Artists’ Guild, which exhibits members’ work in the Warm Springs Art Gallery and Library in the Headwaters Arts and Conference Center in Dubois, has a busy summer schedule: May 200918-23: Annual Youth Art Show June 20098-29: Art for the Month – Riverton Art Guild29: Deadline for National Show Entries July 200913-14:
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Summer schedule for Wind River Valley Artists' Guild in Dubois

The Wind River Valley Artists’ Guild, which exhibits members’ work in the Warm Springs Art Gallery and Library in the Headwaters Arts and Conference Center in Dubois, has a busy summer schedule: May 200918-23: Annual Youth Art Show June 20098-29: Art for the Month – Riverton Art Guild29: Deadline for National Show Entries July 200913-14:
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Big Horn Big Band to "swing into spring"

Since 2005, Gillette’s sixteen-member Big Horn Big Band, made up of music educators as well as other community members ranging from realtors to doctors to electricians, has been performing around northeastern Wyoming. The Big Horn Big Band has been featured at events such as the Sheridan Arts Festival, the Gillette College Jazz Festival, Haggerty’s Music
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Big Horn Big Band to "swing into spring"

Since 2005, Gillette’s sixteen-member Big Horn Big Band, made up of music educators as well as other community members ranging from realtors to doctors to electricians, has been performing around northeastern Wyoming. The Big Horn Big Band has been featured at events such as the Sheridan Arts Festival, the Gillette College Jazz Festival, Haggerty’s Music
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Mt. Sinai Synagogue hosts "Holocaust Remembrance" film series through April 26

Wyomingarts is a bit tardy posting this notice: Mt. Sinai Synagogue in Cheyenne presents Six Nights (plus one) of Remembrance (on film) on April 19-23 and 25-26, 7 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Synagogue Social Hall. Admission is free. Donations are gratefully accepted to help underwrite the cost of licensing these films for public showing. Schedule
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Mt. Sinai Synagogue hosts "Holocaust Remembrance" film series through April 26

Wyomingarts is a bit tardy posting this notice: Mt. Sinai Synagogue in Cheyenne presents Six Nights (plus one) of Remembrance (on film) on April 19-23 and 25-26, 7 p.m., at Mt. Sinai Synagogue Social Hall. Admission is free. Donations are gratefully accepted to help underwrite the cost of licensing these films for public showing. Schedule
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Sources for other economic stimulus art funding

The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) has just updated its information on sources of additional funding opportunities through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).The new edition of “Arts Opportunities in the Economic Stimulus Package” includes more details about grant categories and funding for which state arts agencies and nonprofit arts organizations may
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Two short operas presented at UW

From a University of Wyoming press release: The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance will close its 2008-2009 season with two short operas for the price of one: Gian Carlo Menotti’s “The Medium,” a harrowing tale of fake clairvoyant in decline, followed by Giacomo Puccini’s comic opera “Gianni Schicchi,” a satire on the
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"Eat Your Words" at Alta Library fund-raiser

From the Teton County Public Library: On Friday, May 1, 6-9 p.m., the Teton County Library Foundation and Alta Branch Library Friends sponsor “Eat Your Words” Fundraising Potluck. Have fun and raise money for interiorenhancements at the new Alta Branch Library. Musicians Mike Hurwitz, Jerry Linn, Jeff Newsom and Bob Z present live entertainment. The
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"Eat Your Words" at Alta Library fund-raiser

From the Teton County Public Library: On Friday, May 1, 6-9 p.m., the Teton County Library Foundation and Alta Branch Library Friends sponsor “Eat Your Words” Fundraising Potluck. Have fun and raise money for interiorenhancements at the new Alta Branch Library. Musicians Mike Hurwitz, Jerry Linn, Jeff Newsom and Bob Z present live entertainment. The
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