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"Songs from the Land" CD features musicians from Idaho and Wyoming

From the Valley Citizen in Driggs, Idaho: Not only is the Teton Regional Land Trust’s new album release, “Songs of the Land,’ a work of musical art, it is an amazing compilation of Teton Valley’s best musical talents and voices. Born out of the guiding statement, “Evoking emotion to inspire change,” the Land Trust’s Matt Lucia
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"Songs from the Land" CD features musicians from Idaho and Wyoming

From the Valley Citizen in Driggs, Idaho: Not only is the Teton Regional Land Trust’s new album release, “Songs of the Land,’ a work of musical art, it is an amazing compilation of Teton Valley’s best musical talents and voices. Born out of the guiding statement, “Evoking emotion to inspire change,” the Land Trust’s Matt Lucia
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Call for entries: Ruminate Magazine

From Ruminate Magazine in Fort Collins, Colo.: We are now accepting entries for the 2011 Short Story Prize. We are proud to announce that our annual short story prize is now being sponsored by the William Van Dyke Charitable Fund and is being renamed The William Van Dyke Short Story Prize. The prize award has
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Corridor Gallery features Michael Flicek’s black-and-white nature photos Sept. 17-19

Reed Merschat at Casper’s Corridor Gallery sends this news: I’m happy to announce “Nature Studies – A Journey in Black & White” by Casper artist, Michael Flicek as an upcoming show at the Corridor Gallery in Casper. Michael is a internationally shown and award-winning photographer whose work has been featured in many galleries and shows
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Corridor Gallery features Michael Flicek's black-and-white nature photos Sept. 17-19

Reed Merschat at Casper’s Corridor Gallery sends this news: I’m happy to announce “Nature Studies – A Journey in Black & White” by Casper artist, Michael Flicek as an upcoming show at the Corridor Gallery in Casper. Michael is a internationally shown and award-winning photographer whose work has been featured in many galleries and shows
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Photo Kick-off Week at Northwest College

From the Billings Gazette: The Northwest College Photography Department invites the public to a photo kick-off week that culminates in a presentation by renowned National Geographic photographer Sam Abell. The week starts Sept. 8 with a 7:30 p.m. opening reception in Northwest Gallery for “Peru: A Visual Journey.” The collection of more than 40 images
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Auditions for CLTP’s "Tumbling Inn" Aug. 30-31

Auditions for “Tumbling Inn,” the winning script by Carrie Printz in the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ “New Play Project,” will be held on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 30-31, 6:30 p.m., at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. This is a CLTP Readers’ Theatre production. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Synopsis: Jamie
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Auditions for CLTP's "Tumbling Inn" Aug. 30-31

Auditions for “Tumbling Inn,” the winning script by Carrie Printz in the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ “New Play Project,” will be held on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 30-31, 6:30 p.m., at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. This is a CLTP Readers’ Theatre production. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Synopsis: Jamie
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The Nicolaysen Art Museum Dinner and Auction Gala

The Nicolaysen Art Museum presents 25th Annual Dinner and Auction Gala ART MATTERS Friday, September 10, 2010 at 6 p.m. at the Nicolaysen Art Museum Tickets: $150 Members or $175 Non Members Master of Ceremonies: Brian Scott Black Tie Optional Cuisine by Chef Bernard of Armor’s Menu Hors D’oeuvres Savory cheesecakes baked in delicate,flaky phyloo
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Romantic Rachmaninoff-Concert at Civic Center

Romantic Rachmaninoff September 25,2010-7:30 pm Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Beethoven-Symphony No. 6, Pastorale Rachmaninoff-Piano Concerto No. 2 Beethoven’s nine symphonies form the foundation, the heart of the entire canon of orchestral music. Maestro Intrilligator believes firmly in performing at least one Beethoven symphony each season to keep raising the artistic level of the orchestra. Beethoven’s Sixth
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