GREEN RIVER — The second Mansface Mountain Music Festival will celebrate the genre of bluegrass music while raising awareness for the organization’s wildlife conservation efforts.
ROCK SPRINGS — Audiences can take a trip to the Emerald City and then watch local teens and college students perform William Shakespeare during two upcoming productions by the Sweetwater Board of Cooperative Education Services Summer Theatre for Youth.
ROCK SPRINGS — Have you ever wanted to discover the fun and joy in William Shakespeare’s language? Have you ever had a desire to speak and perform his work?
ROCK SPRINGS — Bunning Park will be filled with flavors, sounds and activities from a variety of countries and cultures Saturday during International Day 2019.
ROCK SPRINGS — Fort Caspar Museum has organized a traveling exhibit that features many of the U.S. Navy ships named after the state of Wyoming — its people, cities and towns, counties, and rivers — beginning with the earliest ship in 1900 up through ones that are in service today.
GILLETTE — WyoPoets, the statewide organization for writers of poetry, will have its annual workshop April 24 and 25, 2020, at the Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Conference Center, 2009 S. Douglas Highway, Gillette.
DUBOIS — The Wyoming Off Road Racers Association, XC 208 and Dubois Speed Goats present Border War #2: Town Hill Thrill and Dirt Bike Hare Scramble Race Saturday Aug. 10.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Broadway Theater and Rock Springs Main Street/Urban Renewal Agency are excited to announce the performers for the first Wyoming Roots Music Festival.
THERMOPOLIS — The fifth annual Big Horn Basin Folk Festival will be Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3 and 4, in Hot Springs State Park in Thermopolis.
LANDER — This year’s International Climbers’ Festival, scheduled for July 11–14, is an event for all, not just hardcore rock climbers.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs Main Street/Urban Renewal Agency and Sweetwater County Concert Association are making preparations for the second annual ArTini in downtown Rock Springs.
PINEDALE — Pinedale’s Soundcheck Summer Music Series continues on Thursday, July 4, with high-energy Wyoming Americana act The Two Tracks headlining.
SOUTH PASS CITY — South Pass City was a booming gold town in the 1860s. Today, a handful of rugged and remarkable individuals continue to call South Pass City home, but it’s a historic site more than anything. Nevertheless, you can find something unexpected there every July.
RIVERTON — The Fourth of July is nearly upon us, but how much do you know about American history? Have you ever walked in the footprints of the likes of Kit Carson or Hugh Glass?
ROCK SPRINGS — Come for a night of William Shakespeare and help the Lander-based Wyoming Shakespeare Festival Company celebrate its second decade of performing Shakespeare’s comedies, tragedies, histories, as well as powerful works by other playwrights, throughout the state.
KEMMERER — A collaborative effort between the Fossil Butte National Monument, International Fiber Collaborative Inc., and schools throughout Wyoming, Montana, California, Texas, Kansas, and Utah has culminated in a special “Art in the Park” installation at the Fossil Butte visitor center.
ROCK SPRINGS — The next exhibit to open at the Community Fine Arts Center will be the work of Wyoming artist Sue Sommers. “Close to Home” is a recent series of paintings, drawings and etchings in which the artist has captured the landscapes of Wyoming.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Shrine Circus is back in town on Tuesday, June 25. The annual circus is once again presented by the Rock Springs Shrine Club at the Sweetwater Events Complex indoor arena.
GREEN RIVER — Green River artist Leslie Webster will be featured in the next exhibit at Sweetwater County Library opening July 5 and running through August 30. The public is invited to a reception to meet the artist at 6 p.m. Monday, July 8.
PINEDALE — Pinedale’s 12th annual Soundcheck Summer Music Series kicks off on Saturday, June 29, with Nashville’s Leo Rondeau performing with his full four-piece honky-tonk band. Wyoming singer/songwriter Jason Tyler Burton will open the show.
ROCK SPRINGS — Let your kids cool off and use their imaginations at the summertime “A is for Art” classes offered by the Community Fine Arts Center. Gwendolyn Quitberg will be teaching each Wednesday in July from 2-3 p.m., covering a variety of art techniques celebrating summer.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs Historical Museum is hosting the Sweetwater County Photography Club Show from June 17 through July 22. Twenty-three photographs are currently on display in the fire station, which is part of the original Rock Springs City Hall located at 201 B St.