World War II veteran and centenarian Sidney Walton is on a new mission – to visit each US state as part of his No Regrets Tour. Wyoming marks his 30th state. Now 101 years old, Walton originally joined the U.S. Army with a purpose “to
A presentation by the National Threat Assessment Center, addressing research findings and strategies for preventing acts of targeted school violence comes to Laramie in October.
Resilient Ministries will be holding a public cornhole tournament this Saturday, August 14th, along with music, other yard games, and outdoor fun! Justin Scott, the Director of Resilient Ministries explains that the tournament is a way to bring the community together for fun outdoor games,
Lemonade Day Laramie is back this year! So far, there are nearly 20 stands to choose from at this coming weekend’s event.
Tales at the Taphouse is an ongoing series of community events held in Laramie where community members can either tell their stories or listen to others speak on a variety of personal topics. These events aim to “celebrate self-identifying women, trans, and non-binary individuals in
A message from Relative Theatrics: “Season 8: A New Way Forward continues with TIGHT END by Rachel Bykowski, streaming virtually, on-demand from April 16 – May 2, 2021. Bykowski’s play powerfully illustrates the world of small town high school football and the sports’ complex’s influence
Ark Regional Services, a local non-profit, will be hosting their 8th annual fundraising event starting April 11th and running through April 16th. The event will be completely virtual due to Covid-19 concerns and consist of raffles, prizes, and auctions. Ami Egge, the Vice President of Community
The 307 Film Festival is back for its third year, after putting the event on hold in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of Wyoming Theatre and Dance Department will be presenting the wildly popular comedy-adventure, “She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms,” as a streamed online production. The show streams February 23rd – 28th at 7:30 p.m. (MST). Tickets are free for UW students or $5 for anyone else and
Laramie Reproductive Health will be celebrating its 50th anniversary with its traditional annual Pie-in-the-Sky dessert auction on February 6th from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The virtual live event is open to the public with a suggested donation of $20. Reserve a ticket here: https://www.facebook.com/events/854076252060601
During a time when many people are spending Thanksgiving in smaller groups than usual, multiple Laramie businesses and organizations will be offering free meals to anyone looking for a full Thanksgiving feast. Devine Eats food truck will be serving hot, free meals to the public,