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Flatbed Love Truck and Sawbone Jenkins at Library Bar in Laramie Feb. 5

Pertinent Facebook facts about headliner band, Flatbed Love Truck: Genre:Pulp AmericanaMembers:Niles Mischke- BassSean Francis- DrumsJeff Duloz- Guitar,vocals, mandolin, harpHometown:Laramie, WYRecord Label:Love Truckin’ RecordsAbout:Blending the sounds of the broken hearts of the land, pulling from the soundscape of the American past, and commenting on the fragmentation of our evolving modernity, Flatbed Love Truck is a band
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Tickets go on sale Feb. 16 for Shakespeare’s "Twelfth Night" at Casper College

Tickets for the next Casper College Theatre production, Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” or “What You Will,” will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, Feb. 16. “Shakespeare’s charming romantic comedy about a pair of twins is just the show for the wintertime blues,” said Richard Burk, director. The story tells the tale of twins
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Tickets go on sale Feb. 16 for Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" at Casper College

Tickets for the next Casper College Theatre production, Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” or “What You Will,” will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, Feb. 16. “Shakespeare’s charming romantic comedy about a pair of twins is just the show for the wintertime blues,” said Richard Burk, director. The story tells the tale of twins
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"African American Life in Wyoming" exhibit at State Museum through March 31

In celebration of Black History Month, the Wyoming State Museum is featuring “African American Life in Wyoming,” a traveling exhibit on display through March 31. Produced by the State Museum and State Archives, this photographic exhibit explores the daily life and many contributions of African Americans in Wyoming. African Americans have long been a part
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"African American Life in Wyoming" exhibit at State Museum through March 31

In celebration of Black History Month, the Wyoming State Museum is featuring “African American Life in Wyoming,” a traveling exhibit on display through March 31. Produced by the State Museum and State Archives, this photographic exhibit explores the daily life and many contributions of African Americans in Wyoming. African Americans have long been a part
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Call for applications: smARTpower

From a press release: smARTpower will send fifteen U.S. artists abroad to work with local artists and young people around the world to create community-based art projects. Travel opportunities of up to 45 days will be awarded to selected artists to design and develop programs in cooperation with local arts organizations in host countries including
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Temple Grandin at UW: "Animals, Autism and Sensory-Based Thinking"

From a University of Wyoming press release: A renowned designer of livestock handling facilities and whose life story of overcoming autism is profiled in an Emmy-award winning HBO movie will give two presentations at the University of Wyoming in February. Professor Temple Grandin of Colorado State University will present “The Field of Animal Sciences” from 2:10-3
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Temple Grandin at UW: "Animals, Autism and Sensory-Based Thinking"

From a University of Wyoming press release: A renowned designer of livestock handling facilities and whose life story of overcoming autism is profiled in an Emmy-award winning HBO movie will give two presentations at the University of Wyoming in February. Professor Temple Grandin of Colorado State University will present “The Field of Animal Sciences” from 2:10-3
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Wyoming Arts Council board meets Feb. 10-11 in Cheyenne

The Wyoming Arts Council will hold its next quarterly board meeting on Thursday and Friday, Feb. 10-11, at Little America in Cheyenne. The WAC board invites individuals and organizational representatives to attend any part of the meeting to observe the board process, and to address the board during the public comment session at 2:30 p.m.
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