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September Events

This month's upcoming events are below; see ongoing events and tours or what's happening next month. 

Sept. 1

3-6:30 p.m.

Tuesday Farmer's Market. Frontier Mall parking lot (west of Sears).

Bigger and better! New vendors and your old favorites sell fresh and organic produce and various goods and crafts. Runs each Tuesday June 23rd-October 13. For more information, call Jackie at 307-635-0749 or visit tuesdaymarket.org

Sept. 1

4 p.m.

Art: Flower Pounding. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Fresh-cut flowers, wooden mallets and watercolor paper. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online

Sept. 2

4 p.m. 

Exploration: Sidewalk Chalk Paint Rockets. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Uplifting art with a chemical reaction. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 3

4 p.m. 

Gardening: Tussie Mussies. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Fresh-picked miniature floral bouquets. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 3

6:30 p.m. 

Knights of the Turntable. Phoenix Books & Music, 1612 Capitol Ave. 

"Open Turntable Night" is a chance for anybody to play 10-15 minutes of vinyl. The presenter will give a brief talk about the music or artist then play their records and entertain discussion. There is time for eight presenters - first come, first played.

For more information, call 307-632-3476.

Sept. 4

11 a.m. 

Storytime. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Stories and crafts based on a weekly theme. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 4

5:30 p.m.         

Fridays on the Plaza Concert - Makeshift Funk Band. Cheyenne Depot Plaza, 15th & Capitol Ave. 

Funk, '40s, '80s, rock and R&B. Chairs are provided. No pets please. Vendors sell food, lemonade, soft drinks and beer. For more information, visit fridaysontheplaza.com or call 307-633-3145.

Sept. 4-5

 

Freedom's Edge 3rd Annual Street Party, 1509 Pioneer Ave.

Wrap up the summer with bands, beer, food and games! For more information, call 307-514-5314. 

      Friday, Sept. 4: Josh Gonzales Band, 6-9 p.m. (live music)

      Saturday, Sept. 5: Kurt Humann, 1-4 p.m. (live music)

                                 Freedom's Edge Beer Olympics, 4-6 p.m.

                                 See to Center, 6-9 p.m. (live music)

Sept. 5

7 a.m.-
1 p.m.        

Cheyenne Farmer's Market. Cheyenne Depot Plaza, Capitol Ave. and Lincolnway.

Great-tasting and healthy farm-fresh foods, fresh-baked breads, roasted peppers, locally produced honey, plants, flowers and more available for purchase. Debit and credit cards accepted; proceeds to benefit Community Action of Laramie County. More information.

Sept. 5

10 a.m.
-2 p.m. 

Family Days - Archaeology Adventures. Wyoming State Museum, 2301 Central Ave.

Discover the past by looking at clues people left behind hundreds and even thousands of years ago! Free. For more information, call 307-777-7021. 

Sept. 8

3-6:30 p.m. 

Tuesday Farmer's Market. Frontier Mall parking lot (west of Sears).

Bigger and better! New vendors and your old favorites sell fresh and organic produce and various goods and crafts. Runs each Tuesday June 23rd-October 13. For more information, call Jackie at 307-635-0749 or visit tuesdaymarket.org

Sept. 8

4 p.m. 

Exploration: Exploding Lunch Bags. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Cafeteria mayhem with a chemical reaction. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 9

4 p.m. 

Gardening: Tussie Mussies. Paul Smith Children's Village. Lions Park. Fresh-picked miniature floral bouquets. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or http://www.botanic.org/discover/childrens-village/activities/

Sept. 10

5-8 p.m.     

Art Design & Dine.

An art walk of galleries, businesses and dining venues in downtown Cheyenne. Visit local galleries and studios, meet artists, see demonstrations and hear live music. Get your flier stamped for a great deal at local restaurants. More information.

Locations:

Nagle-Warren Mansion, 222 E 17th St.

WYO Art Factory, 500 W 15th St.

Cheyenne Artists Guild-with artist demonstration, 1701 Morrie Ave.

Deselms Fine Art, 300 E 17th St.

LightsOn! At the Hynds Building, 1604 Capitol Ave.

and more!

 

Sept. 10

7 p.m. 

Thursday Night Lecture Series: Why Wyoming Will Want to Rewrite the History of Cowboy High Style. Wyoming State Museum, 2301 Central Ave.

Join presenter John Faubion as he explores how recent discoveries made in the archives of American sculptor Lawrence Tenney Stevens (1896-1972) reshape the history of Cowboy High Style in Wyoming. Faubion will specifically discuss the history of one of Stevens' bronzes, "Spirit of the Stampede," which was modeled from life at the Cody Stampede in 1931 and features 1938 Cheyenne Frontier Days Saddle Bronc Champion Nick Knight riding world famous bucking horse, Midnight. For more information, call 307-777-7021.

Sept. 11

5 p.m. 

Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Holiday Inn, 204 W. Fox Farm Road. 

The Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame showcases individuals, livestock and organizations whose distinctive contributions to Cheyenne Frontier Days have helped grow a dream into "The Daddy of 'em All." The 2015 induction class includes: Ty Murray, Bobby Romer, Reva Gray, Dr. Norman Swanson, Spiro "Sam" Contos, Kay Jessen and the W.E. Dinneen Family. $45.

For more information, call 307-778-7290 or go online.

Sept. 11

6 p.m. 

6th Annual Children's Mad Hatter Fun-Raiser Mixer (21 and over)Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park. 

Wear your Wonderland best - hats, white gloves and costumes are encouraged (but not required). Menu features a whimsical assortment of un-birthday goodies. Jazz singer Jane Robinett performs.

$40. For more information, contact Tina Worthman at 307-637-6458 or tina@botanic.org, or go online.

Sept. 12

9 a.m. 

Cheyenne Color Vibe. Laramie County Fairgrounds at the Archer Complex, 3967 Archer Parkway.

Run a 5K race and be tagged with color at multiple color zones throughout the course. $65. For more information, go online.

Sept. 12

7 a.m.-
1 p.m.        

Cheyenne Farmer's Market. Cheyenne Depot Plaza, Capitol Ave. and Lincolnway.

Great-tasting and healthy farm-fresh foods, fresh-baked breads, roasted peppers, locally produced honey, plants, flowers and more available for purchase. Debit and credit cards accepted; proceeds to benefit Community Action of Laramie County. More information. 

Sept. 12

10 a.m.
-4 p.m. 

Annual Car and Motorcycle Show. Frontier Park, 210 W. Eighth Avenue.

Chili cookoff, vendors, craft fair and swap meet. Benefit for Children's Miracle Network of Wyoming. Call 307-274-1433 or email 2015cmnevent@att.net

Sept. 13

2 p.m. 

6th Annual Children's Mad Hatter Fun-raiser. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park. 

Wear your Wonderland best - hats, white gloves and costumes are encouraged (but not required). Menu features a whimsical assortment of un-birthday goodies. Discover the magic of Chad Wonder (Nickelodeon party entertainer of the year), croquet, a giant flamingo, magician, balloons, strolling entertainers, face painting, play time with your favorite Alice in Wonderland characters and more.

$50 adults, $30 children. For more information, contact Tina Worthman at 307-637-6458 or tina@botanic.org, or go online

Sept. 15

3-6:30 p.m.     

Tuesday Farmer's Market. Frontier Mall parking lot (west of Sears).

Bigger and better! New vendors and your old favorites sell fresh and organic produce and various goods and crafts. Runs each Tuesday June 23rd-October 13. For more information call Jackie, 307-635-0749 or visit tuesdaymarket.org

Sept. 17

4 p.m. 

Flower and Vegetable Prints. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Printmaking. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 18-19 Greek Festival. Cheyenne Frontier Days Exhibit Hall, Eighth and Dey Avenues.

Authentic Greek food, flea market, Greek music and dancing. Lamb or chicken lunch/dinner both days. Free admission and parking. 307-635-5929 or cheyennegreekfestival.org. 5-10 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday.

Sept. 18

11 a.m. 

Storytime. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Stories and crafts based on a weekly theme. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 19

7 a.m.-
1 p.m.       

Cheyenne Farmer's Market. Cheyenne Depot Plaza, Capitol Ave. and Lincolnway.

Great-tasting and healthy farm-fresh foods, fresh-baked breads, roasted peppers, locally produced honey, plants, flowers and more available for purchase. Debit and credit cards accepted; proceeds to benefit Community Action of Laramie County. More information.

Sept. 19

12 noon 

Women's Ranch Rodeo. Riata Ranch Arena, 822 Arena Lane.

Free admission. WRRA-sanctioned event, must be a WRRA member to compete. Open stray gathering at 10 a.m. ($100 for a four-person team), team meeting at 11:30 a.m., rodeo at 12 noon. 308-458-9849

Sept. 19

1 p.m.-midnight

Zombie Fest, Cheyenne Depot Plaza, Capitol Ave. and Lincolnway.

Celebration of all things horror and pop culture, especially that of the living dead. Moving screenings, panel discussions, live music and constume contests. It all starts with a zombie crawl to the Capitol at 1 p.m. Most events are free.

Zombie Fest Night Show, Historic Atlas Theater, 211 W. Lincolnway.

Come rock out after hours with some amazing local talent: Demise of Sanity, Threshold of Pain and, from Fort Collins, 13 Nails. 8-11:59 p.m. Free.

For more information, call 307-638-6543. 

Sept. 19

7:35 p.m. 

Cheyenne Stampede vs. University of Northern Colorado hockey game. 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. For more information, visit cheyennestampede.com.

Sept. 20

1 p.m. 

Herb ID and Uses. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

A scent-sational exploration. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 21-27

Cheyenne International FAST Film Festival.

A program of diverse movies from around the world and locally made movies based on Cheyenne historic preservation themes. For more information, go online.

Sept. 22

3-6:30 p.m.     

Tuesday Farmer's Market. Frontier Mall parking lot (west of Sears).

Bigger and better! New vendors and your old favorites sell fresh and organic produce and various goods and crafts.  Runs each Tuesday June 23rd-October 13. For more information, call Jackie at 307-635-0749 or visit tuesdaymarket.org  

Sept. 22

4 p.m. 

Science: Hopping Corn. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Vegetables behaving inappropriately. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 23

4 p.m. 

Art: The Root of All Evil. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Flower dolls. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 23

SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque. Atlas Theatre, 211 W Lincolnway.

The SuicideGirls Blackheart Burlesque is unlike any other burlesque act you've see! Filled with pop culture references, a high energy indie soundtrack and the sexiest choreographed strip tease to make your inner nerd explode with glee. Tributes to Star Wars, Orange Is The New Black, Donnie Darko, Clockwork Orange and more! Doors: 7 p.m. Show: 8:15 p.m. Ages 18 and up. Tickets $25-$122.50. Purchase tickets online.

Sept. 25

11 a.m. 

Storytime. Paul Smith Children's Village, Lions Park.

Stories and crafts based on a weekly theme. $1 per child. For more information, call 307-637-6349 or go online.

Sept. 25-27

Oct. 1-4

Oct. 9-11   

Monty Python's Spamalot. Mary Godfrey Playhouse, 2706 East Pershing Boulevard.

Live stage adaptation by Cheyenne Little Theatre. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 307-638-6543 or visit cheyennelittletheatre.org. Performances at 7:30pm Thursday-Saturday & 2 p.m. Sunday.

Sept. 26

7 a.m.-
1 p.m.     

Cheyenne Farmer's Market. Cheyenne Depot Plaza, Capitol Ave. and Lincolnway.

Great-tasting and healthy farm-fresh foods, fresh-baked breads, roasted peppers, locally produced honey, plants, flowers and more available for purchase. Debit and credit cards accepted; proceeds to benefit Community Action of Laramie County. More information. 

Sept. 26

10 a.m.-10 p.m. 

Oktoberfest. Archer Complex, 3966 Archer Parkway.

Beer-drinking contests, stein holding, arm wrestling, arts and crafts, beer, food, vendors and more. Fundraiser for The Arc of Laramie County. Arkansas at 307-632-1209

Sept. 29

7 p.m.     

Taste of Home Cooking School. Cheyenne Civic Center, 510 West 20th St.

Demonstrators will take you through several recipes and give coupons and cookbooks depending on your ticket package. $10-$35. For more information or to puchase tickets, call 307-637-6363.

Sept. 29

3-6:30 p.m.

Tuesday Farmer's Market. Frontier Mall parking lot (west of Sears).

Bigger and better! New vendors and your old favorites sell fresh and organic produce and various goods and crafts. Runs each Tuesday June 23rd-October 13. For more information, call Jackie at 307-635-0749 or visit tuesdaymarket.org