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The University of Wyoming’s Central Asian Student Association (CASA) will celebrate its eighth annual Central Asian Awareness Day and Navruz from 6:30-11 p.m. Saturday, April 2, in the Wyoming Union Ballroom. Though the event is free and open to the public, tickets are required. Tickets
The University of Wyoming Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium will celebrate Earth Day next month with a program Friday, April 22. “Our annual Earth Day show will be celebrating our beautiful planet — with stunning 4K images pole to pole and mountain peak to ocean bottom
The University of Wyoming’s Outdoor Program, Campus Recreation and 7220 Entertainment will host an in-person showing of the No Man’s Land Film Festival (NMLFF) at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 31, in the UW College of Education auditorium. The film festival — free and open to
The City of Laramie and Rocky Mountain Power are pleased to announce a two-year partnership on the extremely popular Freedom has a Birthday event. Freedom has a Birthday presented by Rocky Mountain Power will be held on July 4 th , 2022 from 10am to
Last Wednesday, Laramie High School students competed in a multitude of categories at the Wyoming ProStart State Competition including culinary arts, management, and cake baking.
Laramie Main Street Alliance (LMSA) is pleased to announce the Inaugural International Flavor Festival at participating restaurants throughout downtown Laramie from March 28th – April 3rd. Through collaborations, international flavors. and conversations, Laramie International Flavor Festival celebrates diverse international residents and influences. In this festival, 20 participating
Each spring, on rainy nights, hundreds of Western tiger salamanders — taking up residence in the yards of Laramie homes — find their way to LaBonte Park. There, they breed and lay thousands of eggs in the park’s pond. But the small amphibians need some
Laramie Main Street Alliance (LMSA) has been announced as a semifinalist for Main Street America’s Great American Main Street Award (GAMSA), a national recognition of strong downtowns exemplifying innovative programing, commitment to preservation, engagement, diversity, and cross-sector partnerships. “I am thrilled that downtown is being
UW theatre students to perform in show about a high school girls soccer team, March 3rd-6th. Read more for more information on the play and on purchasing tickets!