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"Upstairs, Downtown" in Laramie Aug. 17

On Friday, Aug. 17, 3-7 p.m., Laramie will hold a “home tour” of downtown’s second floor remodeled lofts and apartments. Tickets are $10 per person in advance, $15 the day of and can be purchased at the Laramie Main Street office at 207 Grand Ave. M-F 11 to 3 p.m. or by calling 307-760-3355. The Upstairs/Downtown
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"Upstairs, Downtown" in Laramie Aug. 17

On Friday, Aug. 17, 3-7 p.m., Laramie will hold a “home tour” of downtown’s second floor remodeled lofts and apartments. Tickets are $10 per person in advance, $15 the day of and can be purchased at the Laramie Main Street office at 207 Grand Ave. M-F 11 to 3 p.m. or by calling 307-760-3355. The Upstairs/Downtown
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Drink lemonade — support dance in Wyoming

Nothing says summer like ice cold lemonade! Stop by and wet your whistle at Dancer’s Workshop lemonade stand Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 17-19) during Art Fair in Jackson. DW staff and volunteers will be over at Miller Park all weekend!

More info on the Wyoming Arts Council poetry fellowships

On Monday, the Wyoming Arts Council announced the recipients of this year’s creative writing fellowships in poetry. Here is some additional information on the three winners and two honorable mentions. The three winning poets are Matt Daly and Claudia Mauro of Jackson and W. Dale Nelson of Laramie. They each will receive a $3,000 award plus a
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Arts in the Parks: Kane’s River at Hot Springs State Park Aug. 23

Our colleagues at Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites share this news: Nationally recognized bluegrass band Kane’s River will make a rare Wyoming appearance on Thursday, August 23, in Thermopolis. The free performance will be held in Hot Springs State Park Pavilion at 7 p.m. The Montana-based band is a five-piece acoustic group known for
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Arts in the Parks: Kane's River at Hot Springs State Park Aug. 23

Our colleagues at Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites share this news: Nationally recognized bluegrass band Kane’s River will make a rare Wyoming appearance on Thursday, August 23, in Thermopolis. The free performance will be held in Hot Springs State Park Pavilion at 7 p.m. The Montana-based band is a five-piece acoustic group known for
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WAC announces winners of creative writing fellowships in poetry w/update

The Wyoming Arts Council is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s creative writing fellowships in poetry. They are Matt Daly and Claudia Mauro of Jackson and W. Dale Nelson of Laramie. They each will receive a $3,000 award plus a $500 stipend to travel to Casper to read their work at the annual
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New YouTube video from Bill Boycott sings Daisy’s praises

Lander’s Bill Boycott, a WAC roster artist, and Dr. Jo sing about Daisy — “The Best Dang Dog in the USA”

New YouTube video from Bill Boycott sings Daisy's praises

Lander’s Bill Boycott, a WAC roster artist, and Dr. Jo sing about Daisy — “The Best Dang Dog in the USA”

New York Times reviews "new" Buffalo Bill Museum at the BBHC

Edward Rothstein, museum critic for the New York Times, spent some time in Cody recently and wrote a thorough review of the “reconceived” Buffalo Bill Museum at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, with side trips to the Dug Up Gun Museum, the Cody Nite Rodeo and the Irma Hotel. Read the entire review here. (Thanks to
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