​​​​​THIS WEEK IN FREMONT COUNTY

 Special Weather Statement
Weather Updated: Aug 19 1:36AM
Issued by the National Weather Service

For Wind River Mountains West, Wyoming
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT UNTIL 4PM MDT SAT

...ELEVATED FIRE CONDITIONS WILL EXIST TODAY...

ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS CAN BE EXPECTED FOR ALL OF THE NORTHWEST QUADRANT OF WYOMING TODAY AS RELATIVE HUMIDITY DROPS INTO THE MID TEENS ACROSS THE VALLEYS...AND THE UPPER TEENS TO AROUND 30 PERCENT IN THE MOUNTAINS. WINDS WILL BE WEST TO SOUTHWEST 10 TO 20 MPH WITH AFTERNOON GUSTS TO 25 MPH AT TIMES ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS.

RESIDENTS, TRAVELLERS, AND CAMPERS

THIS WEEKEND ARE ENCOURAGED TO TAKE STRONG CAUTION IF CONSIDERING ANY TYPE OF BURNING ACTIVITIES.

PLEASE FOLLOW LOCAL BURNING RULES.

DO NOT PARK YOUR VEHICLE OVER ANY DRY PLANT SURFACE AS THIS COULD CAUSE THE VEHICLE TO GO UP IN FLAMES.


August 18th – Friday



Friday Night Rodeo in Dubois
This is a favorite family friendly event of
real western rodeo action geared for all ages.
Watch Pee-wee rodeo before seeing the explosive action
of bull riding, bronc riding on bucking horses,
team roping, barrel racing, and calf roping just to name a few!
7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
at the Clarence Allison Memorial Arena,
just south of town at 5649 Hwy. 287/26.
Call 307-455-2556 or email: duboischamber@gmail.com
duboiswyomingchamber.org
duboiswyoming.org
*****


Riverton hosts the Exploring the Sun Eclipse Weekend!
North Federal and Main Street., Riverton, WY
4:00 -6:00 pm Children's (4-10 years) activities (stories, games, & crafts)
4:00 -6:00 pm Skate with a Pro Skateboarder
6:00 pm FREE Community Dinner
6:00 -7:30pm Kids Bouncy House
6:30pm Presentation/demonstration by Pro Skateboarder at the Band Shell
7:30-8:30pm

Live Musical Concert Event at the Band Shell
*****



7th Annual Rocking the Winds & Eclipse Viewing Celebration.

Grizzly Rock Ranch

7th annual benefit fundraiser and the 2017 Great American Eclipse with a patriotic festive flair.

Suggested donation $15 per person per day.

Children with adult are free.

Activities include live music daily, barbeques, raffles and games, a poker run and rides, shooting, horseshoes, combat volleyball competitions, vendors, tattooists, and lots of local activities.

Offering full service bars, food, and showers.

RV and tent camping is free with your admission (sorry, no hookups).

Get a detailed mapHERE!

Bikers welcome!

177 Burris Lenore Rd., 307-486-2248

bbewley@wyoming.com 

*****



Shoshoni Boysen State Park Eclipse programs:

Star Gazing events are planned for Aug. 18, 19, and 20, from 8pm-10pm. There will also be Solar Viewing on Aug. 19 and 21 from 11:30am-1pm

held at the Lakeside Area, located 4 miles west of Shoshoni on Hwy. 26, and the Tough Creek Campground located 6 miles north of Shoshoni on Hwy. 20. Parking space is limited in both locations.

Day Use areas will be available for Eclipse viewing - day use access fees to enter the park: $6 non-resident and $4 for WY residents, but the eclipse programs are free as well as eclipse glasses till gone.

120 Boysen Drive

307-876-2796

*****



The Dubois Museum hosts

Torrey Valley Petroglyph Treks

to celebrate the total solar eclipse.

Visit and learn about this ancient mysterious rock art.

Four separate two-hour treks each day, starting 8:00 - 10:00 am. Advanced registration is required.

Transportation will be provided to the trail head

for a moderate hike to the petroglyphs.

Please bring water, camera & binoculars.

Each petroglyph trek is $10.

Reservations: 307-455-2284.

Meet at 909 W. Ramshorn.

fremontcountymuseums.com

*****


The Riverton Museum

and Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speaker Series:

Eclipses in History, by Mel Tucker,

co-founder of the Jackson Hole Astronomy Club.

Learn about eclipses in general, what makes this

total solar eclipse special, and any specific or new

information relating to the Wind River Eclipse.

FREE 3pm. 700 E. Park Ave. 307-856-2665, rivertonwymuseum@gmail.com,

fremontcountymuseums.com/riverton

*****



Lander Special Weekend Eclipse Events! Sinks Canyon State Park: Geological Park Tours, Hiking, Bam-Bam Trail Run, and Caving!

Enjoy guided educational park tours to learn about the mountain ecology, ancient mysterious rock art, and geology of this glacial cut canyon known as the corridor to the Wind River Mountains.

Three days of guided late afternoon hikes

about 1.5-2 miles long starting at 5pm.

Caving tours offered daily for all ages – sign-ups required.

Caving participants are limited to 15 per tour.

Comfy hiking shoes, sunscreen, cameras, water,

and a thirst for adventure are a must!

Explore this stunning habitat above and below

ground dating back over 400,000 years.

Special Weekend Eclipse Events Schedule:

8/18/17- Extreme caving at 10:30am-12:00pm, 1:00-2:30pm, and 2:30-4:00pm Sinks Canyon Hike at 5:00-6:30pm

https://www.facebook.com/SinksCanyonStatePark/

*****


Shoshoni Boysen State Park Eclipse programs: 
Star Gazing events are planned for Aug. 18, 19, and 20, 
from 8:00 pm-10:00 pm. 
There will also be Solar Viewing 
on Aug. 19 and 21 from 11:30 am-1:00pm held at. 
Events held at the Lakeside Area, located 4 miles west of Shoshoni 
on Hwy. 26, and the Tough Creek Campground located 
6 miles north of Shoshoni on Hwy. 20. 
Parking space is limited in both locations. 
Day Use areas will be available for Eclipse viewing - 
day use access fees to enter the park: 
$6 non-resident and $4 for WY residents, 
but the eclipse programs are free as well as eclipse glasses till gone. 
120 Boysen Dr., 307-876-2796
*****



Movie in the Park – the Goonies

FREE

Bring your own blankets and chairs.

There will be snacks and a raffle

7:00 pm-9:00 pm

405 Fremont Street, Lander

*****


The Dubois Boys and Girls Club presents the 2017 Kids Karnival!

Enjoy two days swashbuckling fun, prizes, pirate treasure,

and games galore!

Held in the Dubois Town Park

10:00 am-3:00 pm

20 Stalnaker Street, Dubois

Contact Jeda Lise for information at 307-455.2235 or (801) 608-9480 jeda@bgcdubois.org

https://www.bgcdubois.org/

*****




The Dubois Museum: Birth of the American West, on stage next to Dennison Lodge 2:00 - 3:30 pm.

909 W Ramshorn, Dubois, WY 82513

307-455-2284

duboismuseum.johanna@gmail.com

fremontcountymuseums.com

*****



Lander Valley High School Astronomy Club

Presentation and Night Sky Observing Session.

Thirty-minute presentation by club members in the Auditorium,

followed by observing on the football field.

Feel free bring your own telescope or binoculars –

some will be available to use.

(Bad weather back-up date the following evening.)

FREE

8:00 pm at the Lander Valley High School,

350 Baldwin Creek Rd.

307-332-3640 x2270.

Jmeyer@landerschools.org

*****


Carissa Gold Mine Tour 

every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 2pm. 
The tour begins at the South Pass City Dance Hall. Tours 
Are limited to 25 people. 
Reservations are Highly Recommended! 
The tour is not appropriate for children under 8 & those who cannot negotiate steep stairs. 
FEE
$2 for Wyoming Residents, $4 for Non-Residents, 
under 18 Free. 
125 South Pass Main Street. 307-332-3684
info@southpasscity.com
http://www.southpasscity.com/carissa.html
*****







August 19th – Saturday




7th Annual Rocking the Winds & Eclipse Viewing Celebration. 

Grizzly Rock Ranch 

7th annual benefit fundraiser and the 2017 Great American Eclipse with a patriotic festive flair. 

Suggested donation $15 per person per day. 

Children with adult are free. 

Activities include live music daily, barbeques, raffles and games, a poker run and rides, shooting, horseshoes, combat volleyball competitions, vendors, tattooists, and lots of local activities. 

Offering full service bars, food, and showers. 

RV and tent camping is free with your admission (sorry, no hookups). 

Get a detailed map HERE!

Bikers welcome! 

177 Burris Lenore Rd., 307-486-2248

bbewley@wyoming.com 

*****


Lander Valley Farmers Market 
Featuring produce, meat, eggs, dairy, flowers, baked goods, cottage foods, and crafts locally produced in Fremont County. 
Join Lander Valley Farmers Market 
every Saturday morning from 
9:00 am - Noon in Lander City Park 
http://www.landervalleyfarmersmarket.com
*****


Lander's Museum of the American West Buffalo BBQ

and cookie jar auction from 5-7pm.

Native American dancing by the Eagle Spirit Dancers from 7:00 - 8:00 pm.

Tickets $15 from the Lander Chamber or at the door.

1445 W. Main St., call 307-335-8778, amwest@wyoming.com, margaret.appleby7@gmail.com, museumoftheamericanwest.com

*****



Total Eclipse at the Museum.

The public and attending children will learn about aspects of

the Great American Eclipse and

prepare for the actual event

coming on Monday, August 21 at 11:25 am.

Cost to attend the Eclipse at the Museum celebration is $3 for ages 2 and over at the door.

10:00 am-2:00 pm. Eclipse glasses $2.

307-332-1341

lcmexdir@gmail.com,

465 Lincoln Ave.

landerchildrensmuseum.org

​*****


​Riverton hosts the Exploring the Sun Eclipse Weekend!
North Federal and Main Street., Riverton, WY
10:00 am - Noon Children's activities (stories, games, & crafts)

Noon - 12:30pm Free Sack lunches for the kids

12:30 - 2:30 pm Children's (4-10 years) activities (stories, games, & crafts)

All Exploring the Sun events are at the Riverton City Park and are FREE and open to the public and visitors.

Federal and Main Street,

(Junction of US Highway 26 and WY 789) Riverton

307-840-0186

ntippets@msn.com

www.fb.me/exploringthesun
*****


Shoshoni will host Bulls, Barrels, & Border Collies -

a truly Western event!

This will have something for everyone including explosive

Rodeo action, Bull riding, Stick-Horse racing,

hilarious sheep Muttin’ bustin’, Boot Race Scramble,

sheep dogs events, plus other fun

children’s events for the little cowpokes 6 and under.

 Enjoy a fun day at the rodeo for all ages.

6:30 - 10:00 pm.

Tickets $10.

Held at the Art Shanley Memorial Arena

210 S. Maple St. in Shoshoni

307-262-6094

Facebook.com/ShoshoniRodeo

*****



2nd annual Classic Car & Motorcycle Show during the

Total Solar Eclipse Weekend.

Sponsored by the Dubois Alumni All School Reunion.

10:00 am-5:00pm. Dubois City Park, 2 Bighorn Lane.

307-455-2316

dschlup52@aol.com

*****



The Dubois Museum hosts Torrey Valley Petroglyph Treks

to celebrate the total solar eclipse. Visit and learn about this ancient mysterious rock art. Four separate two-hour treks each day,

starting 8:00 -10:00am.

Advanced registration is required.

Transportation will be provided to the trail head

for a moderate hike to the petroglyphs.

Please bring water, camera & binoculars.

Each petroglyph trek is $10.

Reservations: 307-455-2284.

Meet at 909 W. Ramshorn.

fremontcountymuseums.com

*****


The Dubois Boys and Girls Club presents the 2017 Kids Karnival! 

Enjoy two days swashbuckling fun, prizes, pirate treasure, 

and games galore! 

Held in the Dubois Town Park

10:00 am-3:00 pm 

20 Stalnaker Street, Dubois

Contact Jeda Lise for information at 307-455.2235 or (801) 608-9480 jeda@bgcdubois.org

https://www.bgcdubois.org/

*****


Riverton Museum Eclipse Exhibit 
on display Monday – Saturday, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, 
though September 1st. 
This display will touch on the history of solar eclipses in the state of Wyoming and what is so special about the 2017 eclipse. 
700 East Park Ave. 
(307) 856-2665 
rivertonwymuseum@gmail.com 
fremontcountymuseums.com/riverton/ 
*****


Northern Arapaho Cultural Insights: 
Northern Arapaho Experience Room 
A cultural treasure of Arapaho artifacts and artwork 
FREE - OPEN DAILY
Call in advance for a schedule of Arapaho Elders 
who share Arapaho language lessons and traditional story telling. 
Wind River Hotel Casino
10269 Highway 789, Just South of Riverton 
Call for times: 307-851-5394
windriverhotelcasino.com
*****


Lander Art Center’s special show: “…and then 
there was darkness: Great American Eclipse.” 
A special Eclipse Arts and Science exhibition 
from through August 26, 2017. 
This eclipse-related art and science themed exhibition will be 
free of charge for the general public to attend. 
Call for eclipse weekend hours. 
FREE. 
Open Tues. - Thurs. from 10-6pm, and Fri.-Sat. from 10-4pm. 
224 Main Street. (307) 332-5772
www.landerartcenter.com
*****


Carissa Gold Mine Tour 
every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 2pm. 
The tour begins at the South Pass City Dance Hall. Tours 
Are limited to 25 people. 
Reservations are Highly Recommended! 
The tour is not appropriate for children under 8 & those who cannot negotiate steep stairs. 
FEE
$2 for Wyoming Residents, $4 for Non-Residents, 
under 18 Free. 
125 South Pass Main Street. 307-332-3684
info@southpasscity.com
http://www.southpasscity.com/carissa.html
*****


Lander Pioneer Museum and the Wind River Visitors Council

Adventure Trek series:

South Pass City “Hind – Hindle Trail Adventure Trek”

at South Pass City State Historic Site.

The trek will take visitors on the Hermit Creek Trail near

the Mill Pond on the Carissa Mine property.

Features include the Mill Pond itself, the dam & head gate,

Mill Pond adit, English Mine Tunnel and foundations.

$6. Transportation provided.

Registrations required: Call 307-332-3339 to reserve a spot.

10:00 am - 2:00 pm.

Meet at 1443 W. Main St., Lander

a.teamfcpm@gmail.com,

fremontcountymuseums.com

​*****


Mining Trail Walks!
South Pass City offers guided walks along the

Flood and Hindle Mining Trail every Saturday in August at 11:00 am. 

Along this 1 ½ mile walk you will see one of a kind mining equipment demonstrated and enjoy a trek along Willow Creek. 

Highlights include a working Arrastra -

a water wheel powered ore crushing machine

Also a functioning scale model of a stamp mill,

brick kilns and much more.

FEE
Admission is $2 for residents of Wyoming, $4 non-residents, children under 18 are free. 

Reservations are recommended and can be made

by calling 307-332-3684 or online:

 http://www.southpasscity.com/walks.html
*****


Chasin’ the Eclipse Barrel Horse Races!

Two chances to come watch pretty girls compete for money

and prizes on fast horses on Saturday and Sunday! 

There will be old-time western games for the whole family

including the popular sack races and boot scrambles.

Be sure you get there early to get a good seat.

Contestants start warming up at 10:00 am - the races start at Noon.

FREE

Jim Moss Arena 

500 Eight Mile Road, Riverton

307-851-9854

paulette@thewrangler.com

*****


Dubois Eclipse Weekend Rodeo!

This is a favorite family friendly event of real

western rodeo action geared for all ages.

Watch Pee-wee rodeo before seeing the explosive action

of bull riding, bronc riding on bucking horses, team roping,

barrel racing, and calf roping just to name a few.

Time to be determined. Held at the Clarence Allison Memorial Arena, just south of town at 5649 Hwy. 287/26.

307-455-2556

duboischamber@gmail.com

duboiswyomingchamber.org

duboiswyoming.org

*****

Shoshoni Boysen State Park Eclipse programs:

Star Gazing events are planned for Aug. 18, 19, and 20,

from 8:00 pm-10:00 pm.

There will also be Solar Viewing

on Aug. 19 and 21 from 11:30 am-1:00pm held at.

Events held at the Lakeside Area, located 4 miles west of Shoshoni

on Hwy. 26, and the Tough Creek Campground located

6 miles north of Shoshoni on Hwy. 20.

Parking space is limited in both locations.

Day Use areas will be available for Eclipse viewing -

day use access fees to enter the park:

$6 non-resident and $4 for WY residents,

but the eclipse programs are free as well as eclipse glasses till gone.

120 Boysen Dr., 307-876-2796

*****




 
August 20th – Sunday



Chasin’ the Eclipse Barrel Horse Races! 
Two chances to come watch pretty girls compete for money 
and prizes on fast horses on Saturday and Sunday! 
There will be old-time western games for the whole family 
including the popular sack races and boot scrambles. 
Be sure you get there early to get a good seat. 
Contestants start warming up at 10:00 am - the races start at Noon. 
FREE
Jim Moss Arena 
500 Eight Mile Road, Riverton
307-851-9854
paulette@thewrangler.com
**********



Shoshoni Boysen State Park Eclipse programs: 
Star Gazing events are planned for Aug. 18, 19, and 20, 
from 8:00 pm-10:00 pm. 
There will also be Solar Viewing 
on Aug. 19 and 21 from 11:30 am-1:00pm held at. 
Events held at the Lakeside Area, located 4 miles west of Shoshoni 
on Hwy. 26, and the Tough Creek Campground located 
6 miles north of Shoshoni on Hwy. 20. 
Parking space is limited in both locations. 
Day Use areas will be available for Eclipse viewing - 
day use access fees to enter the park: 
$6 non-resident and $4 for WY residents, 
but the eclipse programs are free as well as eclipse glasses till gone. 
120 Boysen Dr., 307-876-2796
***** 




The Dubois Boys and Girls Club presents the 2017 Kids Karnival! 

Enjoy two days swashbuckling fun, prizes, pirate treasure, 

and games galore! 

Held in the Dubois Town Park

10:00 am-3:00 pm 

20 Stalnaker Street, Dubois

Contact Jeda Lise for information at 307-455.2235 or (801) 608-9480 jeda@bgcdubois.org

https://www.bgcdubois.org/

*****


Lander Special Weekend Eclipse Events!

Sinks Canyon State Park:

Geological Park Tours, Hiking, Bam-Bam Trail Run, and Caving!

Enjoy guided educational park tours to learn about the mountain ecology, ancient mysterious rock art, and geology of this glacial cut canyon known as the corridor to the Wind River Mountains.

Guided late afternoon hikes about 1.5-2 miles long starting at 5:00 pm. Caving tours offered daily for all ages – sign-ups required.

Caving participants are limited to 15 per tour.

Comfy hiking shoes, sunscreen, cameras, water, and a thirst for adventure are a must! Explore this stunning habitat above and below ground dating back over 400,000 years.

Special Eclipse Events Schedule: 8/20/17

Extreme caving at 9:00-10:30am, 10:30am-12:00pm, 1:00-2:30pm, and 2:30-4:00pm

Sinks Canyon Hike at 5:00-6:30pm

All activity sign-ups will be at the Sinks Canyon Visitors Center -

open 9:00am-6:00pm daily.

Caving helmets and lights will be provided.

Caving release forms must be filled out in advance.

3079 Sinks Canyon Rd.

307-332-6333,

jaime.simonson@wyo.gov,

sinkscanyonstatepark.org

*****



Great American Eclipse Lander Art Center SPECIAL HOURS - 224 Main St, Lander, WY 82520, USA
*****
08:21:17 00:02:25 Totality Eclipse Celebration - Pavillion, WY 82523, USA
*****
1838 Rendezvous Solar Eclipse Camping & Entertainment - End of Monroe and Smith St., 875 S. Smith Rd., RIverton, WY
*****
Carissa Gold Mine Tours - South Pass City, WY 82520, USA
*****
Dubois Frontier History - 909 W Ramshorn, Dubois, WY 82513, USA
*****
Eclipse & Wildlife Wonders - 909 W Ramshorn, Dubois, WY 82513, USA
*****
Exploring the Sun - Riverton City Park - North Federal and Main Street., Riverton, WY
*****
High Country Arts & Crafts Show - 2 Bighorn Lane, Dubois, WY
*****
Native Eclipse Art Market - 3 Ethete Rd, Fort Washakie, WY 82514, USA
*****
Rocking the Winds & Eclipse Viewing Celebration - 177 Burris-Lenore Rd, Crowheart, WY 82512, USA
*****
Shoshone Rose Casino Eclipse - 5690 Hwy. 287, Lander, WY
*****
Star Gazing & Solar Viewing at Boysen St. Park - Boysen State Park, 120 Boysen Dr., Shoshoni, WY 82649, USA
*****
Torrey Valley Petroglyph Tour - 909 W Ramshorn, Dubois, WY 82513, USA
*****
Total Eclipse Flea Market - 8520 WY-789, Lander, WY 82520, USA
*****
Wind River Hotel Casino Eclipse Events - 10269 WY-789, Riverton, WY 82501, USA
*****
6:30am Eclipse Hot Air Balloons Rides!
 6:30am – 11:00am
2660 Peck Ave, Riverton, WY 82501

*****
7:30am Pancake Breakfast

Kiwanis pancake breakfast from 7:30am-9:30am

at the Headwaters Center, 20 Stalnaker, St, Dubois, WY 82513
*****
9am Dark in the Park Craft Fair!

Dark in the Park Craft Fair! Come enjoy hand-made arts and crafts, play games, and sample tasty food vendors.

City Park, Federal and Main St. The fun starts 9am – 5pm.

Free admission.

307-857-7720, 307-857-7705
*****
1:00 pm Concert in the Park: Paskel

Live rockabilly music by local band “Paskel" featuring Patti Hessling.

Toe tappin’ fun music for the whole family.

Bring your blankets and chairs for the show!

The show is free!

Music plays 1:00 - 4:00 pm at the City Park Band Shell.

City Park, Federal and Main St.

(Jct. of Highways 789 and 26)

in Riverton

307-851-7771

*****
1:00 pm Blackout Bullriding Competition

Blackout Bullriding Competition at the Clarence Allison Memorial Arena. $10; $5 6-12 years; under 5 free.

1:00 -3:00 pm

307-856-1555

Located just south of town at 5647 US. Hwy. 26, Dubois, WY
kbecker@wyoming.com

*****
Birth of the American West

The Dubois Museum, on stage next to Dennison Lodge

2:00 -3:30pm.

307-455-2284,

duboismuseum.johanna@gmail.com

fremontcountymuseums.com

*****
3pm Rodeo: Beauty and the Beast

Fremont County Youth Rodeo Western Events:

Barrel racing, stick horse rodeo and dummy roping,

youth muttin’ bustin,” pole bending, crowd entertainment,

and bull riding. 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm.

Held at the Riverton Fairgrounds,

1010 Fairgrounds Dr. Concessions.

Tickets at the door: $5-10.

307-349-3954 or 307-851-1816.

facebook.com/Fremont-County-Youth-Rodeo-Association-202440533139878/
*****

5pm Alive @ 5 in City Park

Alive @ 5 in City Park!

Featuring local food vendors and live music with Zack Schommer,

bounce-house, beer garden cash bar,

bring your own chairs or blankets.

5:00 -8:00 pm,

856-4801,

Federal & Main St.

rivertonchamber.org
*****
6:00 pm Lantern Eclipse Party

at Central Wyoming College.

Held on the CWC front lawn.

Enjoy a real western BBQ Dinner.

Dinner tickets are $15/person.

Free movie "Tangled."

Lanterns $5 each.

6:00 - 10:00 pm.

307-855-2159 for tickets.

2660 Peck Ave. Riverton

lori@cwc.edu

*****
"Solar Eclipses, The Universe, and You" by Jill Tarter

 In the context of her extensive work searching for evidence of technological civilizations beyond planet Earth, Jill Tarter is the inspirational figure behind Jodie Foster’s role in the movie “Contact.”

She has been named one of

Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World and

Time’s 25 in Space, as she has garnered several awards from NASA.

The National Outdoor Leadership School will host this presentation at Lander Valley High School.

350 Baldwin Creek Rd. Lander

Tickets: adults $5 and children 17 and under are free.

NOTE: All attendees must sign up for a ticket on TicketLeap.

Doors Open: 6:15 pm. Presentation: 7:00 pm.

Tarter’s presentation followed by a Q&A session.

307-335-2236

jeanne_obrien@nols.edu

*****
6:30pm Bulls Barrels & Border Collies!

Shoshoni will host Bulls, Barrels, & Border Collies - 
a truly Western event! 
This will have something for everyone including explosive 
Rodeo action, Bull riding, Stick-Horse racing, 
hilarious sheep Muttin’ bustin’, Boot Race Scramble, 
sheep dogs events, plus other fun 
children’s events for the little cowpokes 6 and under. 
 Enjoy a fun day at the rodeo for all ages. 
6:30 - 10:00 pm. 
Tickets $10. 
Held at the Art Shanley Memorial Arena 
210 S. Maple St. in Shoshoni
307-262-6094 
Facebook.com/ShoshoniRodeo
*****
9:00 pm Night Sky by NASA’s Craig Tupper

Dubois will host a Night Sky Presentation, by NASA’s Craig Tupper. Admission by ticket for your contribution to Dubois Food Bank. Headwaters Center, 20 Stalnaker Street, Dubois

9:00 - 10:00 pm

307-455-2687

headwaters@wyoming.com

www.duboiseclipse.com






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