Wyoming Arts Council

"Arctic Lace" author at Ewe Count in Cheyenne Aug. 27

Ewe Count, 819 Randall in Cheyenne, will be featuring knitting teacher and writer Donna Druchunas on Saturday, August 27, 1 p.m., for a Q & A discussion and book signing about “Arctic Lace” knitting and musk-ox down in Alaska. FMI: 307-638-1148. 

Jackson’s Avalon7 Collective supports "the art and artists of our mountain culture"

Innovative artwork by a group of “riders, painters, lifties, bums” etc., from Jackson Hole. To see samples of their work, go to  http://www.avalonseven.com/AVALON7ARTISTS.html

Jackson's Avalon7 Collective supports "the art and artists of our mountain culture"

Innovative artwork by a group of “riders, painters, lifties, bums” etc., from Jackson Hole. To see samples of their work, go to  http://www.avalonseven.com/AVALON7ARTISTS.html

"Green Church" by Rawlins author Rebekah Simon-Peter getting national attention

Always interesting to discover Wyoming authors who’ve been living under our noses the whole time. Rebekah Simon-Peter, a 12-year resident of Rawlins who describes herself as a “churchwoman,” has written three non-fiction books on a subject close to her heart — the “greening” of our churches. The most recent is “GreenChurch: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rejoice!” (Abingdon
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"Green Church" by Rawlins author Rebekah Simon-Peter getting national attention

Always interesting to discover Wyoming authors who’ve been living under our noses the whole time. Rebekah Simon-Peter, a 12-year resident of Rawlins who describes herself as a “churchwoman,” has written three non-fiction books on a subject close to her heart — the “greening” of our churches. The most recent is “GreenChurch: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rejoice!” (Abingdon
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Favorable review for new book by Casper’s Rebekah Simon-Peter

Always interesting to discover Wyoming authors who’ve been living under our noses the whole time. Rebekah Simon-Peter of Casper (formerly of Rawlins) has written three non-fiction books on a subject close to her heart — the “greening” of our churches. The most recent is “Green Church: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rejoice!” (Abingdon Press, 115 pages, paperback, ISBN: 9781426702921). It
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Favorable review for new book by Casper's Rebekah Simon-Peter

Always interesting to discover Wyoming authors who’ve been living under our noses the whole time. Rebekah Simon-Peter of Casper (formerly of Rawlins) has written three non-fiction books on a subject close to her heart — the “greening” of our churches. The most recent is “Green Church: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rejoice!” (Abingdon Press, 115 pages, paperback, ISBN: 9781426702921). It
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Medicine Wheel/Medicine Mountain National Historic Site dedication Aug. 26

A dedication ceremony for the Medicine Wheel/Medicine Mountain National Historic Landmark will be held on Friday, Aug. 26. Events will begin at 10 a.m. at the Porcupine Ranger Station located three miles north of Hwy. 14A on Forest Road 13 in the BighornNational Forest. The Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark was expanded by an additional
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Call for artists: Public art project in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

This comes from the Montana Arts Council blog: The City of Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission is seeking artists for its Wastewater Treatment Plant to create public art to bring forward and support the important functions of the facility and highlight the city’s natural environment and relationship with its precious resources. The Coeur d’Alene area is
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Call for artists: Public art project in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

This comes from the Montana Arts Council blog: The City of Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission is seeking artists for its Wastewater Treatment Plant to create public art to bring forward and support the important functions of the facility and highlight the city’s natural environment and relationship with its precious resources. The Coeur d’Alene area is
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