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Lighted Forest of Hope

Dec 1-Feb 28. Hemi Lighted Forest Of Hope. 6-10:30p daily. 6565 Ashley Drive. With over 600 lighted Christmas Trees in a wonderful Wyoming setting, this gift of love started out of a desire to bring attention to the Hemisperectomy Foundation, and now also blesses the Cheyenne community. Over 130,000 LED lights! Hay rides from 6:30-9p most every night (no hay rides on nights when the University of Wyoming Ladies Basketball team plays at home). Admission is by donation. Hay rides are free. Hot chocolate is always on for those who do the hay rides. A tree will be lighted for each child who has undergone Hemispherectomy Brain Surgery.  hese trees and lights represent a celebration of each child’s HOPE for a life without seizures. 307-630-6641.


Dec 1-31. War On Terror Temporary Exhibit. 9a-4:30p Mon-Sat. wyoming state museum, 2301 Central Ave. The traveling exhibit, “War on Terror Fallen Warriors Memorial,” was developed by the Wyoming Veterans Commission to honor the lives of Wyoming servicemen who have lost their lives in the service to their country since September 11, 2001. 307-777-7022.


Dec 1-18. Artfest Art Show And Sale. 9a-9p daily. Laramie County Library, 2200 Pioneer Ave. Painting, photography and sculpture by age 50+ artists. 307-634-3561.


Historic Governors Mansion at Christmas

Dec 1-24. Historic Governor’s Mansion “Decking the Halls!” 9a-5p Wed-Sat, and 9a-noon Dec 24. Enjoy the glitter, lights and decor that dress the Wyoming Historic Governors’ Mansion during the “Tinsel Through Time: Presents Under the Tree” exhibit. Step back into time to learn about holiday traditions, historic decorations, party wear and fun holiday facts! New to the exhibit are toys, dollhouses and gifts from the collection of the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum. Free. 307-777-7878 


Thousand Faces of Santa

Dec 1-24. A Thousand Faces of Santa. 9a-5:30p Tue-Sat. Children's Village at the Botanic Gardens, 710 South Lions Park Drive. This large, rare and unique collection of Santa Clauses from the 20th Century and from all over the world is displayed in the Discovery Lab at the Children’s Village. It's part of the Thom Wise Collection and has been featured on HGTV. Free. 307-637-6349.


Vanda Edington & Barbara Wolf

Dec 1-31. Exhibit & Sale: Vanda Edington & Barbara Wolf artwork. 8a-9p. Cheyenne Family YMCA, 1426 E. Lincolnway. Vanda Edington’s pieces along with pastel artist Barbara Wolf. They will have a selection of kitchen art at great prices for holiday gifts. Opening reception 5-6p Dec 12. cheyenneymca.org. 307-634-9622.


holiday light tours

Dec 12-24. Street Railway Holiday Light Tours. 6 & 8p. Start at the west end of Frontier Mall, 1400 E Dell Range, and go all around town. The best holiday homes are on display around town, with lots of twinkling lights and lawn decorations (who will win the Clark W Griswold Award?). The $12 (adult) and $6 (child) tickets go on sale December 1 and may be purchased with a credit card at 307-778-3133.


Teacups & Twigs Sale

Dec 17-20. Teacups & Twigs Sale. 12-6p Wed-Fri, 10a-5p Sat. 11241 Coonrod Rd. The store carries a large selection of teacups, teapots, saucer sets both vintage and new. Custom teacup wreaths made to your specifications. Lots of vintage linens, dolls and florals. Handmade cottage style distressed furniture. Huge inventory sale, refreshments and door prizes. 307-637-7282.


menorah

Dec 17. Menorah Lighting. Noon. Wyoming State Capitol, West 24th Street and Capitol Avenue. The Chabad Jewish Center of Wyoming is holding a ceremony to light a Menorah in the rotunda of the State Capitol building on the first day of Hannukah. Gov. Matt Mead, Rabbi Zalman Mendelsohn and other officials will give statements. The event will feature music and refreshments.


amundson

Dec 18. Author Michael A. Amundson book signing. 11a-1:30p. Wyoming State Museum, 2301 Central Avenuew. Amundson will sign his book “Wyoming Revisited: Rephotographing the Scenes of Joseph E. Stimson.” Published by University Press of Colorado and Utah State University Press, the book features the technique known as rephotographing. Amundson compares images of Wyoming taken by J.E. Stimson with repeat images taken by the author in 1980s and then again in 2007-2008. Using this process, Amundsen invites readers to explore how rephotography can be used to understand history, landscape, historic preservation, and globalization. Amundson is a professor of history at Northern Arizona University, the author of “Yellowcake Towns and Passage to Wonderland,” and the co-editor of “Atomic Culture.” 307-777-7021.


miracle on 34th street

Dec 19-21. Miracle on 34th Street. 7:30p Thu-Sat & 2p Sun. Mary Godfrey Playhouse, 2706 East Pershing Blvd. This Christmas Classic tells the story of a kindly old man named Kris Kringle who insists that he is the real Santa Claus. 307-638-6543.


Ozymandian Christmas Show

Dec 19-20. Ozy Best of Christmas. 7:30p. Historic Atlas Theater, 211 W Lincolnway. As part of their 10th anniversary season the Ozymandian Theater has put together their favorite holiday sketches from the past decade and combined them into one sketch comedy and improv show! They are working with Toys For Tots, so they ask you to bring an unopened toy to the show and place it in one of the bins. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students. 307-638-6543.


Nagle warren christmas tea

Dec 19-20 & 26-27 and Jan 2-3. Holiday Afternoon Tea. 1:30p & 3:40p. Nagle-Warren Mansion, 222 E. 17th St. The historic home is decked out in traditional Victorian fashion with holiday music on the antique concert grand piano. The tea menu fills a 12-foot dining room table and is served by costumed waitresses. You will sit at individual tea tables set with fine English china and silver service. Holiday Tea is served Friday and Saturday with the first seating at 1:30 p.m. and the last seating at 3:40 p.m. The price is $18.95 plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and a credit card number will be requested in order to hold the reservation. Make reservations at 307-637-3333.


WinterMart Arts & Crafts Sale

Dec 19 & 20. WinterMart Arts & Crafts Sale. 4:30-6:30p Fri and 9a-4p Sat. Unitarian Universalist Church of Cheyenne, 3005 Thomes Ave. 307-421-4496.


Carols by Candlelight

Dec 20. Carols by Candlelight. 5p. Ascension Lutheran Church, 712 Storey Blvd. Sing along with the sounds of the Ascension Praise Band, followed by a free community dinner and fellowship. 307-634-6575


hands in harmony

Dec 22. Hands in Harmony: "Where Are You, Christmas?" 4p. Cheyenne Central High School, 5500 Education Drive. Local youth music group that com-bines sign language and song. Free, donations accepted. Free, donations accepted.


winter farmers market

Dec 20. Winter Farmers’ Market. 10a-2p. Depot Lobby, West 15th Street and Capitol Ave. shop for late-season vegetables and other foods and products cultivated and produced in the region. 307-632-3905.


wintermart arts and crafts

Dec 20. Craft Show. 8a-5p. Comfort Inn, 201 W Fox Farm Rd. Fresh ingrediants for salsa, rice. beans and tortillas, chile, chili. Hand-crafted items, bake sale and Mexican food. 307-514-6051.


silver gloves boxing

Dec 20. Wyoming State Silver Gloves Boxing Tournament. 5p. Storey Gym, 2811 House Ave. $12. 307-632-0253.


Nagle warren christmas tea

Dec 26-27 and Jan 2-3. Holiday Afternoon Tea. 1:30p & 3:40p. Nagle-Warren Mansion, 222 E. 17th St. The historic home is decked out in traditional Victorian fashion with holiday music on the antique concert grand piano. The tea menu fills a 12-foot dining room table and is served by costumed waitresses. You will sit at individual tea tables set with fine English china and silver service. Holiday Tea is served Friday and Saturday with the first seating at 1:30 p.m. and the last seating at 3:40 p.m. The price is $18.95 plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and a credit card number will be requested in order to hold the reservation. Make reservations at 307-637-3333.


ball drop

Dec 31. New Year’s Eve Ball Drop. 9p-1a. Depot Plaza, 121 W 15th St. First a family celebration in the depot lobby from 4p -6p including a mini ball drop at 6pm for the kids. Then beginning at 9p d.j. spins tunes filling the Depot Lobby with dance music, so come kick up your heals. Culminating in a ball drop with fireworks at midnight. Depot Lobby and Plaza, 121 W 15th St. A fully lit ball is suspended 75 feet in the air and drops at midnight. While waiting for the New Year, Then, when the ball drops, the plaza fills with sounds and fireworks go off. Downtown businesses and nightlife spots get involved to enhance the experience for all who come. 307-778-3133.


Ball Drop at the Atlas

Dec 31. Ball Drop DROP-IN. 8-11:45p. Historic Atlas Theatre, 211 W Lincolnway. Entertainment for everyone, free party favors, activities for the kids, all while you wait for the highlight of the night - the Ball Drop at the Depot Plaza! Concessions available including soft drinks, beer, popcorn and candy. Tickets are $5 Adults and $2 Children 16 & under.


historic Plains Hotel

Dec 31. Lasso In the New Year. Historic Plains Hotel, 1600 Central Ave. The historic hotel's New Year's Eve package includes an overnight stay, steak and lobster dinner for two, New Year's Day brunch and late check out, party favors and live entertainmentby the High Horses Band and a Champagne Toast when the ball drops (the Ball Drop is just across the street from the Plains). 307-638-3311.


Kids New Years Eve

Dec 31. Noon Year's Eve Party. 11a. Cheyenne Family YMCA, 1426 E Lincolnway. For children ages 10 and younger (must be accompanied by an adult / guardian) with jumping castles, face painting, party favors and food . $2 per child or non-perishable items for the Salvation Army. 307-634-9622.


New Years Eve

Dec 31. New Year’s Eve Cowboy Style. 7pm-12a. Little America Hotel, 2800 W. Lincolnway. 7-9p: Chuckwagon buffet and cash bar, 8p: gaming for prizes, 8p to 12:30a: country western dance with the Boom Twang Band, 12a: welcome the new year with a champagne toast and refreshments. $75 per person: buffet, gaming, dancing, champagne toast and refreshments or $40 per person: dancing, champagne toast and refreshments. For tickets or more info: Michael Walden-Newman at 307-777-6704 .

January Events

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Lighted Forest of Hope

Jan 1-Feb 28, 2015. Hemi Lighted Forest Of Hope. 6-10:30p daily. 6565 Ashley Drive. With over 600 lighted Christmas Trees in a wonderful Wyoming setting, this gift of love started out of a desire to bring attention to the Hemisperectomy Foundation, and now also blesses the Cheyenne community. Over 130,000 LED lights! Hay rides from 6:30-9p most every night (no hay rides on nights when the University of Wyoming Ladies Basketball team plays at home). Admission is by donation. Hay rides are free. Hot chocolate is always on for those who do the hay rides. A tree will be lighted for each child who has undergone Hemispherectomy Brain Surgery. these trees and lights represent a celebration of eacTchild’s HOPE for a life without seizures. 307-630-6641.


knights of the turntable

Jan 1, 2015. Knights of the Turntable. 6:30p. Pheonix Books & Music, 1612 Capitol Ave. Share your favorite vinyl Thursday as you play DJ for 15 minutes during Open Turntable Night at Phoenix Books & Music. This monthly event, called Knights of the Turntable, lets you take over the tunes. The music can be anything, from King Buzzo to the Isley Brothers. If you don't want to play, then just listen to the fantastic variety of cool music. 307-632-3476.


First Day Hike

Jan 1, 2015. First Day Hike. 1p. Curt Gowdy State Park, Aspen Grove Trailhead, Happy Jack and Granite Springs Roads. Participants are urged to wear adequate clothing, coffee and hot chocolate will be provided, Bonn Fire at most locations, this is a kids and family friendly event, entry fee to participating parks will be waived. Leashed dogs are welcome. Please note that this event is subject to change due to weather, etc.

In what is becoming an increasingly popular New Year's Day activity, Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails provides "First Day Hikes" - a perfect way for Wyoming residents to celebrate the new year outdoors.

Nine New Year's Day guided hikes will be held in conjunction with similar hikes held in all 50 states; a part of the America's State Parks First Day Hikes initiative.

Additionally this year, participants in this year's hikes will have a chance at winning a Mountain Hardware Micro Ratio Down Jacket or State Parks and Historic Sites Annual Day Use permits. Each venue will give-away a day use permit, and names of all participants will be included in a January 15 drawing for the jacket.

This is the fourth consecutive year Wyoming is offering the First Day Hikes program. Adding a little spice to this year's event is a friendly competition between the Wyoming and Arizona state park systems. The director of the state that registers the lower percentage of increased participation, compared to last year's numbers, will take possession of and must wear the dreaded pink cowboy hat.

"These first day hikes have been very successful for the Division; we had over 500 participants statewide," State Parks Administrator Domenic Bravo said. "First Day Hikes have become a rejuvenating tradition for ringing in the New Year. It provides visitors with an opportunity to see our parks, trails, and historic sites from a unique perspective, while enjoying Wyoming's beautiful winter wonderland."

Park staff and volunteers will lead the hikes, which average one to two miles or longer depending on the state park or historic site. Details about hike locations, difficulty and length, terrain and tips regarding proper clothing are listed on the America's State Parks website. Visit www.naspd.org to find a First Day Hike nearest you.

307-777-6323.


Stampede

Jan 2-4, 2015. Cheyenne Stampede v Salt Lake City hockey game. 7:35p. Ice and Events Center, 1530 West Lincolnway. Cheyenne’s Stampede is junior hockey, which is an amateur league of 16- to 20-year-olds who live with host families in town. $7-10. cheyennestampede.com


Holiday High Tea

Jan 2-3, 2015. Holiday English High Tea. 1:30p and 3:40p Fri and Sat. Nagle-Warren Mansion, 222 East 17th Street. Celebrate the holidays by joining us for our annual Holiday Afternoon Tea. The mansion is decked out in traditional Victorian fashion; Jake Martin regales us with holiday music on the antique concert grand piano; and the tea menu expands to fill the 12-foot dining room table. Tea is served, by costumed waitresses, at individual tea tables set with fine English china and silver service. Our theme this year is Santa's Sleigh. Holiday Tea is served most Fridays and Saturdays from Thanksgiving through the first weekend in January. The first seating begins at 1:30 and the last seating is at 3:40 pm, the price is $18.95 plus tax and gratuity. Enjoy formal high tea. Call for reservations 307-637-3333.


Farmers Market

Jan 3, 2015. Cheyenne Winter Farmers’ Market. 10a-2p. Depot Lobby, West 15th Street and Capitol Avenue. Featuring products grown, raised or crafted within 150 miles of Cheyenne, including all-natural beef, lamb, turkey, bison, farm fresh eggs, honey, along with locally crafted artisan breads, jams, jellies, tamales, empanadas, tortillas, soup and chili, jewelry, natural skin care, handmade wreaths, baskets and much more. 307-640-2665.


Family Root

Jan 3, 2015. Family Days: Discover Your Roots. 10a-2p. Wyoming State Museum, 2301 Central Avenue. Learn how to find out more about your family tree! Family Days is a FREE program that provides children and their families with fun and educational opportunities to explore Wyoming’s natural and cultural resources. The programs are held on the first Saturday of the month, September through May. 307-777-7021.


sunday figure group

Jan 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2015. Tuesday Figure Drawing Class. 6:30-9:30p. Art Corner Co-Op, 1726 Capitol Ave. Sharpen your skills in a fun and supportive group. $15. 307-514-3313.


Jan 8, 2015. Thursday Night Lecture Series - yankee. 7p. Wyoming State Museum, 2301 Central Avenue. Heyward Schrock, Wyoming State Archeologist, examines the practical knowledge and opinions of two Civil War soldiers stationed with the 11th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, in Wyoming, from 1862-1865. Using letters and official documents the audience will be presented conflicting war time experiences from the two cavalrymen. Free. 307-777-7021. in Cheyenne


English Afternoon High Tea

Jan 9-10, 16-17, 23-24 & 30-31, 2015. English High Tea. 1:30p and 3:40p Fri and Sat. Nagle-Warren Mansion, 222 East 17th Street. Celebrate the holidays by joining us for our annual Holiday Afternoon Tea. The mansion is decked out in traditional Victorian fashion; Jake Martin regales us with holiday music on the antique concert grand piano; and the tea menu expands to fill the 12-foot dining room table. Tea is served, by costumed waitresses, at individual tea tables set with fine English china and silver service. Our theme this year is Santa's Sleigh. Holiday Tea is served most Fridays and Saturdays from Thanksgiving through the first weekend in January. The first seating begins at 1:30 and the last seating is at 3:40 pm, the price is $18.95 plus tax and gratuity. Enjoy formal high tea. Call for reservations 307-637-3333.


cheyenne stampede

Jan 10, 2015. Cheyenne Stampede v Roughriders (Boulder) hockey game. 7:35p. Ice and Events Center, 1530 West Lincolnway. Cheyenne’s Stampede is junior hockey, which is an amateur league of 16- to 20-year-olds who live with host families in town. $7-10. cheyennestampede.com


Wedding Expo

Jan 11, 2015. Cheyenne Wedding Show. Noon-4p. Little America Grand Ballroom, 2800 West Lincolnway. Congratulations, you're getting married! Now what? You will find everything and everyone you need, all in one place, all at one time at the Wedding Show! Find photographers, florists, rentals, dresses, disc jockeys, planners and more! Win prizes and walk away with some goodies! cheyenneweddingshow.com 307-778-1416


Cheyenne Astronomical Society

Jan 16, 2015. Cheyenne Astronomical Society at the Gardens. 7p. Botanic Gardens gathering room. View and learn about the stars at the meetings, which are open to the public and free Star viewing occurs after each meeting when the skies are clear. Free. botanic.org.


Old West Museum

Jan 17, 2015. Wash Away Winter Blues Workshop. 9:30-11:30a. Old West Museum, 4610 N. Carey Avenue. Children’s education winter workshop. Children will explore the richness of their American Western heritage with fun projects and activities. Ages 5-12. $5 per student. 307-778-7290.


Cheyenne wedding show

Jan 18, 2015. Cheyenne Bridal Expo. Noon-4p. Laramie County Community College Phys Ed Building, 1400 College Blvd. Win a honeymoon or a flat screen TV and more prizes. Fashion shows, music, special events and more. Free. wyomingweddingsonline.com 307-755-6896.


Jan 21, 2015.dancing pros live. 7:30p. Cheyenne Civic Center, 510 West 20th St. This show brings the world's best dancers together to battle it out live on the dance floor—and the audience decides the best dance couple on the planet in this brand new interactive show! Using electronic remotes, each member of the audience will get a chance to vote for their favorite couple. Hosted by Alan Thicke (Golden Globe nominee and Growing Pains star), it's the ideal family outing with bragging rights for the winner. cheyenneciviccenter.org 307-637-6363.


Stampede v Bison

Jan 23, 2015. Cheyenne Stampede v Colorado Jr. Eagles hockey game. 7:35p. Ice and Events Center, 1530 West Lincolnway. Cheyenne’s Stampede is junior hockey, which is an amateur league of 16- to 20-year-olds who live with host families in town. $7-10. cheyennestampede.com


comic strip

Jan 23-25, 2015. Comic Strip Radio. 7:30p Fri-Sat & 2p Sun. Mary Godfrey Playhouse, 2706 East Pershing Blvd. Lil’ Orphan Annie, Dick Tracy Popeye, Superman … relive all your old funny pages favorites as they were brought to life through the magic of radio as we present the radio dramatization: “Comic Strip Radio” January 23-25 at the Atlas Theater. Brad Goodman will make his directorial debut with this show.  307-638-6543.


William Intriligator

Jan 30, 2015. Classic Conversation. Noon. Laramie County Library, 2200 Pioneer Ave. Tuna Fish and Peanut Butter Conversation regarding the January 25 concert: All American Spectacular featuring pianist Ilya Yakushev and Maestro Intrligator. Free.


Antonio Pompa-Baldi

Jan 30, 2015. Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra’s Hausmusik. 7p. Venue available to ticket holders only. Every seat is the best seat in the house with Hausmusik. Interact with guest artists, enjoy light refreshments and the camaraderie of music lovers in the area’s most beautiful private homes. This night’s featured artist is Antonio Pompa-Baldi, piano. $45. 307-778-8561.


Todd Oliver

Jan 31, 2015. Todd Oliver And Friends. 7:30p. Central High School, 5500 Education Drive. The Cheyenne Concert Association brings you Todd Oliver and Friends. Tickets are $10 for Students, $20 Adults and $50 for a Family. 307-634-8606.


symphony intri

Jan 31, 2015. Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra performance: Ciao Italia. 7:30p. Cheyenne Civic Center, 500 W 20th St. Guest artist is Antonio Pompa-Baldi, piano, and featured pieces include Verdi’s “Overture to La Forza del Destino,” Tchaikovsky’s “Capriccio Italien” and Respighi’s “Piano Concerto in A Minor” and “Pines of Rome.” Meet with Maestro William Intriligator helps you get the most out of your concert experience as he shares insights into the musical passages you will be hearing, behind the scenes anecdotes and answers audience questions. 307-778-8561.


archery

Jan 30-31, 2015. Cheyenne Field Archers Grand Slam Triple Crown. Indoor Archery Facility, 7415 Archies Rd. This indoor archery event starts with the first leg of the Triple Crown, with the other two on Feb 22-23 and Mar 29-30. Raffling and prizes as well as vendors will be at each shoot. Anyone can enter, with the cost to participate is based on which class you shoot. cheyennefieldarchers.com 307-631-6507.



February Events

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Feb 1-28. Hemi Lighted Forest Of Hope. 6-10:30p daily. 6565 Ashley Drive. With over 600 lighted Christmas Trees in a wonderful Wyoming setting, this gift of love started out of a desire to bring attention to the Hemisperectomy Foundation, and now also blesses the Cheyenne community. Over 130,000 LED lights! Hay rides from 6:30-9p most every night (no hay rides on nights when the University of Wyoming Ladies Basketball team plays at home). Admission is by donation. Hay rides are free. Hot chocolate is always on for those who do the hay rides. A tree will be lighted for each child who has undergone Hemispherectomy Brain Surgery. These trees and lights represent a celebration of each child’s HOPE for a life without seizures. 307-630-6641.


Feb 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2015. Tuesday Figure Drawing Class. 6:30-9:30p. Art Corner Co-Op, 1726 Capitol Ave. Sharpen your skills in a fun and supportive group. $15. 307-514-3313.


Feb 5, 2015. Knights of the Turntable. 6:30p. Pheonix Books & Music, 1612 Capitol Ave. Share your favorite vinyl Thursday as you play DJ for 15 minutes during Open Turntable Night at Phoenix Books & Music. This monthly event, called Knights of the Turntable, lets you take over the tunes. The music can be anything, from King Buzzo to the Isley Brothers. If you don't want to play, then just listen to the fantastic variety of cool music. 307-632-3476.


Feb 6-7, 13-14, 20-21 & 27-28, 2015. English High Tea. 1:30p and 3:40p Fri and Sat. Nagle-Warren Mansion, 222 East 17th Street. Celebrate the holidays by joining us for our annual Holiday Afternoon Tea. The mansion is decked out in traditional Victorian fashion; Jake Martin regales us with holiday music on the antique concert grand piano; and the tea menu expands to fill the 12-foot dining room table. Tea is served, by costumed waitresses, at individual tea tables set with fine English china and silver service. Our theme this year is Santa's Sleigh. Holiday Tea is served most Fridays and Saturdays from Thanksgiving through the first weekend in January. The first seating begins at 1:30 and the last seating is at 3:40 pm, the price is $18.95 plus tax and gratuity. Enjoy formal high tea. Call for reservations 307-637-3333.


Fridays in the Hynds

Feb 6, 2015. Fridays in the Hynds. 5:30-8:30p. Historic Hynds Building, Capitol Avenue and Lincolnway. $5. fridaysinthehynds@gmail.com


Feb 6-15, 2015. Glass Art Celebration. 8a-5p Mon-Fri, 10a-3:30p Sat-Sun. Botanic Gardens Greenhouse, 610 S Lions Park Drive. Visit the tropical greenhouse while viewing the region’s largest Glass Art Show, which includes stained glass, glass beadwork, etched, melted and other glass art creations. Many pieces can be purchased. Botanic.org Feb 13, 2015. Fridays in the Hynds. 5:30-8:30p. Historic Hynds Building, Capitol Avenue and Lincolnway. $5. fridaysinthehynds@gmail.com


Feb 7, 2015. Family Days. 10a.-2p. Wyoming State Museum, 2301 Central Avenue. Family Days is a FREE program that provides children and their families with fun and educational opportunities to explore Wyoming’s natural and cultural resources. The programs are held on the first Saturday of the month, September through May. For more information, call 777-7021.


Feb 7, 2015. Cheyenne Winter Farmers’ Market. 10a-2p. Depot Lobby, West 15th Street and Capitol Avenue. Featuring products grown, raised or crafted within 150 miles of Cheyenne, including all-natural beef, lamb, turkey, bison, farm fresh eggs, honey, along with locally crafted artisan breads, jams, jellies, tamales, empanadas, tortillas, soup and chili, jewelry, natural skin care, handmade wreaths, baskets and much more. 307.640.2665.


Fridays in the Hynds

Feb 13, 2015. Fridays in the Hynds. 5:30-8:30p. Historic Hynds Building, Capitol Avenue and Lincolnway. $5. fridaysinthehynds@gmail.com


Feb 13-14, 2015. Cheyenne Stampede v Denver hockey game. 7:35p. Ice and Events Center, 1530 West Lincolnway. Cheyenne’s Stampede is junior hockey, which is an amateur league of 16- to 20-year-olds who live with host families in town. $7-10. cheyennestampede.com


Feb 13-15, 19-22, 27-Mar 1, 2015. On Golden Pond. 7:30p Thu-Sat & 2p Sun. Mary Godfrey Playhouse, 2706 East Pershing Blvd. Elderly couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are visited at their summer home by their daughter Chelsea, her fiancée and his son. The play explores the often turbulent relationship between the father and daughter and the difficulties often faced by couples in the twilight years of a long marriage. cheyennelittletheatre.org 307-638-6543.


Feb 14, 2015. Great Backyard Bird Count. 1-3p. Children’s Village, 710 South Lions Park Dr. Families are encouraged to meet to walk around Sloan’s Lake with members of the Cheyenne High Plains Audubon Society and discover bird sightings. Binoculars, identification cards, and education are all free. botanic.org 307-637-6349.


Feb 14, 2015. Father-Daughter Dance. 6-8p. YMCA of Cheyenne, 1426 E. Lincolnway. Daughters get flowers and the evening features dinner, dessert, giveaways, a DJ, remembrance pictures and a raffle for a family package to the Denver Zoo. $25 in advance, $30 at the door. cheyenneymca.org 307-634-9622.


Feb 15, 2015. Mother-Son Dance. 6-8p. YMCA of Cheyenne, 1426 E. Lincolnway. Mothers get flowers and the evening features dinner, dessert, giveaways, a DJ, remembrance pictures and a raffle for a family package to the Denver Zoo. $25 in advance, $30 at the door. cheyenneymca.org 307-634-9622.


Fridays in the Hynds Feb 20, 2015. Fridays in the Hynds. 5:30-8:30p. Historic Hynds Building, Capitol Avenue and Lincolnway. $5. fridaysinthehynds@gmail.com


Feb 20, 2015. Cheyenne Astronomical Society at the Gardens. 7p. Botanic Gardens gathering room. View and learn about the stars at the meetings, which are open to the public and free Star viewing occurs after each meeting when the skies are clear. Free. botanic.org.


Feb 20-21, 2015. Cheyenne Stampede v Casper hockey game. 7:35p. Ice and Events Center, 1530 West Lincolnway. Cheyenne’s Stampede is junior hockey, which is an amateur league of 16- to 20-year-olds who live with host families in town. $7-10. cheyennestampede.com


Feb 21, 2015. Nice Work If You Can Get It. 7:30p. Cheyenne Civic Center, 510 West 20th St. Touring Broadway musical set in the roaring 1920s, where a bootlegging dame hides 400 cases of illegal gin in the basement of a ritzy beach house belonging to a wealthy, newlywed man. Oh, and Mr. Moneybags is smitten with the bootlegger. What could go wrong? cheyenneciviccenter.org 307-637-6363.


Feb 27, 2015. Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra’s Hausmusik. 7p. Venue available to ticket holders only. Every seat is the best seat in the house with Hausmusik. Interact with guest artists, enjoy light refreshments and the camaraderie of music lovers in the area’s most beautiful private homes. This night’s featured artist is Antonio Michael Ludwig, Violin. $45. 307-778-8561 CheyenneSymphony.org


Fridays in the Hynds Feb 27, 2015. Fridays in the Hynds. 5:30-8:30p. Historic Hynds Building, Capitol Avenue and Lincolnway. $5. fridaysinthehynds@gmail.com


Feb 27, 2015. Classic Conversation: Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra. Noon. Laramie County Library, 2200 Pioneer Ave. Tuna Fish and Peanut Butter Conversation with Music Director William Intriligator about the February 22 concert, "Amadeus & Then Some," which will feature oboist Gina Johnson. Free. 307-778-8561.


Feb 27-28, 2015. Cheyenne Field Archers Grand Slam Triple Crown. Indoor Archery Facility, 7415 Archies Rd. This indoor archery event continues with the second leg of the Triple Crown, with the last one on Mar 29-30. Raffling and prizes as well as vendors will be at each shoot. Anyone can enter, with the cost to participate is based on which class you shoot. cheyennefieldarchers.com 307-631-6507.


Feb 28, 2015. Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra performance. 7:30p. Cheyenne Civic Center, 510 West 20th St. “Russian Reflections” presents the many moods of Russian music. Borodin’s short tone poem depicts the wide open spaces of the Russian steppes, complete with Russian folk songs. Violinist Michael Ludwig returns to Cheyenne to perform Glazunov’s very Russian–and romantic–violin concerto. Blending lyricism and virtuosity, this is a perfect showcase for Michael’s incredible violin talent. The program ends with Tchaikovsky’s fourth symphony, in which fate, darkness, love, and triumph all occur like a great Russian novel. This symphony ends in such a glorious frenzy of excitement that the last few minutes of the piece is said to hold the record for the most number of cymbal crashes per minute! 307-778-8561.


Feb 28, 2015. Cheyenne Stampede v Colorado Jr. Eagles hockey game. 7:35p. Ice and Events Center, 1530 West Lincolnway. Cheyenne’s Stampede is junior hockey, which is an amateur league of 16- to 20-year-olds who live with host families in town. $7-10. cheyennestampede.com


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Ongoing Events

Music / Dancing

Bunkhouse Bar, 1064 Happy Jack, 632-6184. Y Bar 4 Band plays 7-11p Fri & Sat (no cover). 
Cadillac Ranch, 3307 E Nationway, Rock and electro music starts 9p Wed-Sat.
Crown Bar, 222 W Lincolnway, Live music 7p Fri & Sat, dance music downstairs 9p Wed, Fri & Sat.
Drunken Skunk, 1617 Capitol Ave, Jam Sessions at 7:30p second Thu of month; live bands 9p Fri.
Midtown Tavern, 1303 E Pershing, 638-8703. Live music 8p Fri (no cover).
Outlaw Saloon, 312 S Greeley Hwy, Dancing every night. Line dancing lessons 8p Fri. Live music 8:30p nightly ($5 cover).
Paramount Café, 1607 Capitol Ave. Various performers at 7p Fri.
Redwood Lounge, 2105 E Lincolnway. 4:30-9p Thu. Thankful Thursdays lets you have fun with friends and help people in need with weekly gatherings to raise money for charity through 50/50 drawings and auctions. 635-9096.
Tuskers, 3310 Ridge Road, DJ dance 8p-2a Sat.

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Karaoke

Alf's Pub, 1622 E 19th St. 9p Sat. 
Drunken Skunk, 1617 Capitol, 9p Wed.
Paramount Café, 1607 Capitol Ave. Open Mic at 6p Fri.
Redwood Lounge, 2105 E Lincolnway. 9p Fri.
Suite Bistro, 1901 Central Ave. 8:30p Fri.

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Movies

Frontier Mall, 1400 Dell Range, 634-9499.
Capitol City Stadium, 3410 Concorde Ave, 638-7469.
Lincoln Movie Palace, 1615 Central Ave, 637-7469. 

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Public Golf Courses

Airport Golf Course, 4801 Central Ave, 637-6418. 18 holes. 6a-dark. $22.
Kingham Prairie View Golf Course, 3601 Windmill Rd, 637-6420. 9 holes. 6a-8p. $11. 
Little America Golf Course, 2800 West Lincolnway, 775-8500. 9 holes. 8a-6p. $19.

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Disc Golf

Dry Creek Parkway, Rock Springs and Filmore Ave, 18 holes.
FE Warren AFB, 6709 15th Cavalry Ave. 9 holes.
Mylar Park, 5200 Seminoe Rd, 9 holes.
Romero Park, Ames and Parsley Blvd. 9 holes.

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Outdoor Sports

Vedauwoo, 27 miles west of Cheyenne at exit 329 on I-80. Ancient rock formations perfect for hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding, mountain biking, fishing, picnicking and camping.

Curt Gowdy State Park, Located on HWY 210 between Cheyenne and Laramie, the Park is open all year and is a favorite destination for campers and anglers. Curt Gowdy also provides one of the best mountain bike trail systems in the region.

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Family/Kid Fun

Cheyenne Ice and Events Center, 1530 W Lincolnway, 433-0024. Laser tag ($6 for 20 minutes), video games arcade and adventure miniature golf (18 holes $5 adults, $4 kids).

Roller City, 5506 Weaver Road, 634-7291. Open skating is 7-10p Fri $6 and 1-3p and 3-5p Sat and 1-4p Sun $5 ($1 off if you bring your own skates). Cheap skate 6p Sun $2. School’s out skating 1-3p Mon & Thu ($4).

Two Bar Bowl, 700 East Carlson Street, 634-7918. Open bowling daily.

Laramie County Public Library, 2200 Pioneer Ave, 634-3561. lclsonline.org. Open 10a-9p Mon-Thu; 10a-6p Fri-Sat; & 1-5p Sun. 

   Baby Lapsit. 10:15a Fridays. Storytime. 
   Lego Challenge. 4:15p Nov 1 & 18; 4p Fridays, Nov 1, 8, 15 & 22; and 3p Saturday, Nov 9. Legos provided. 
   Saturday Storytime. 10:15a Saturdays, birth-5years. 
   Stories on My Own. 10:15a Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 3-5 years.
   Storytime. 11a Tuesdays & Wednesdays for 18 mo-5yr. 
   Tales Together. 10:15a Tuesdays & Wednesdays 18 mo-5 years.
Botanic Gardens, Lions Park, 4600 Carey Ave, 637-6349 botanic.org. Open every day from sunrise to sunset.
   Tropical Conservatory, Open 8a-4:30p Monday-Friday; 11a-3:30p Saturdays; closed Sundays and Holidays.
   Stargazing with the Cheyenne Astronomical Society at 7p Third Friday of the Month. Free.
   Walking Gardens, Open dawn to dusk with a rose garden, a Labyrinth, Centuries Garden & more.
Children’s Village, Open 9a-5:30p Tuesday-Saturday; 11a-4p Sunday; closed Mondays and Holidays. For children, with interactive displays & activities. 
   Storytime & Craft. 11a Fridays. $1. Preschool.

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Trivia

Buffalo Wild Wings, nightly, 1740 Prairie Ave. 635-9968.
Jacksons, nightly, 1121 Old Town Lane.
Shadows Pub & Grill, 7:30p Tue. W 15th St. and Capitol Ave, in the Depot.

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Bingo

Moose Lodge, 7p Mondays 635-9579.
AMVETS Post #10, 6p and 7p Fri-Mon 632-2999.

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Chess

Laramie County Library, 2200 Pioneer, 4:15p Wed. Beginners and Advanced.
Godfather’s Pizza, 5719 Yellowstone Road, all skill levels welcome, 6:30p Thu.

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Swimming

Sloans Lake, Lions Park, 4610 Carey Ave. Open noon to 5 p.m. daily. Free. Lifeguard is on duty. Lake also has paddleboats and canoes for $6 a half hour. 

YMCA, 1426 E Lincolnway, 634-9622. Open swim 3:30p and 7:15p Mon-Fri; 1:30p Sat-Sun. Members free, non-members $10 day.