THIS WEEKEND IN CHEYENNE

JUN 15-17. "Lensmen Project: Cowboy Up!" Presented by Ronnie Dunn. 9am - 5pm. Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum and Store, 4610 Carey Avenue. Come see a beautiful display by Ronnie Dunn of Brooks & Dunn fame as he depicts rodeo cowboy life through the lens.  Regular Museum Admissions: $10 Adults, $9 Military & Seniors. (307) 778-7290. 

JUN 15. Friday Movies at the Library. 1:30pm. Laramie County Library-Pine Bluffs Branch, 110 E 2nd St. Come on Fridays to watch a variety of family-friendly films.  Bring your favorite snacks to enjoy as you watch! Free Admission. (307) 246-3646. 

JUN 15-16. English High Tea. 2pm - 4pm. Nagle-Warren Mansion Bed & Breakfast, 222 W. 17th Street. (307) 637-3333. Indulge in finely steeped tea and tea sandwiches, and enjoy the company of friends or new acquaintances. Libations are available. Call for reservations. 

JUN 15-16.  Wyoming Brewer's Festival.  Serving up two days of great fun, craft beer, food trucks, and live music from Sean Curtis and the Divide, Lonesome Heroes and Tris Munsick and the Innocents. Nearly 100 brews, 25+ regional & Wyoming brewers offering specialty beers. Tickets are $35 in advance or $45 at the festival. Purchase a weekend pass for $60 only in advance on our website. (307) 632-3905.

JUN 15. Fridays on the Plaza. Shotgun Shogun and Tris Munsick and the Innocents. 5:30pm - 10:30. Depot Plaza, 121 W 15th St. Come downtown for a community-wide happy hour!  Live music every Friday through August.  Chairs are provided. No pets, please. Food vendors will sell food, soft drinks, and beer. FREE! (307) 633-3145.

JUN 15. Double Bar G presents Bulls and Barrels at Archer. 5:30pm. Laramie County Fairgrounds, 3967 Archer Pkwy. Exhibition barrel racing will start at 5:30, & the main performance will start at 7:00 p.m. Come watch Exhibition Barrels, Pee Wee Barrels, 4D Open Barrels, Steer Riding, Mini Bull Riding, Novice Bull Riding and Open Bull Riding UP CLOSE!  Want to be a contestant?  Enter by Thursday 10am -1pm.  FREE! (307) 649-2332. 

JUN 15. Pine Bluffs Roping and Barrel Racing Series. 6pm. Pine Bluffs Rodeo Arena, Beech Street & Hwy 30. Roping and Barrel Racing. Registration is 5:00 to 5:45. Events start at 6:00 PM.  Barrell racing entries will be taken until the last team ropes.  No late entries. Cash Only. Free for spectators. (307) 245-9378.

JUN 15-17. The Outlaw Saloon presents: Allison Draw. 8:30pm. The Outlaw Saloon, 312 S. Greeley Hwy. $5. (307) 635-7552. Live music and dancing!  

JUN 16-17. RX Tea Time Tea. Rx Tea Time, 1605 Pebrican Avenue. A Victorian Tea Room where one will find a prescription for a cup of tea and a relaxing tea experience.  Daily by RESERVATION ONLY. 307-461-1574.

JUN 16. Tour de Wish 5K Bike, Walk, or Run. 9am. Lions Park, 4603 Lions Park Dr. It's the 3rd Annual Make-A-Wish Wyoming Tour de Wish 5K Bike, Walk, or Run!  Registration starts at 8:00 AM, event starts at 9:00 AM at the Lions Park Amphitheatre. Interested participants may register online at Wyoming.wish.org.  All proceeds go directly to Make-A-Wish Wyoming to support a large number of children in the state of Wyoming waiting for their wish to be granted. $5 to $20. 307-637-8422 x 24.

JUN 16. 13th Annual Bocce Bash Tournament. 10am. Frontier Park, Indian Village-Carey & 8th Ave. Please join Mia Maria for the 13th Annual Bocce Bash! The Bocce Bash is a double elimination tournament for 2-person bocce teams. The event also includes lunch and a silent auction. This year's Bocce Bash beneficiary is ARC of Laramie County. Registration is $60 per team and includes lunch. Lunch is available for people not participating on a team for $10. Pre-event registration is required at www.soiacheyenne.org/registration/ and closes at 5 pm on June 15. The gates to the event open at 10am on the 16th, and the tournament will begin at 11am. $60 for teams, $10 for non-participates lunch.

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JUN 16. Annual Juneteenth Celebration.  Martin Luther King Jr. Park, Ames Ave at Martin Luther King Ct. 11am-4pm.  This event recognizes the freedom of the last enslaved African at Galveston TX.  Featuring food and vendors, music and games. FREE. (307) 634-9622.

JUN 17. Karma Yoga. 9am. 110 E. Lincolnway. Donating proceeds to Splashpad fund-raiser through August 2018.  (602) 832-7373. 

JUN 17. Sally and George: Tip My Heart. 7pm - 9pm. Music in the Mount, 2610 Pioneer Ave. Come hear Sally & George as few ever have had the opportunity to do. This concert will start out in the acoustically unique location of the Mt. Sinai main sanctuary which was built to hold 460 people, 65 years ago, specifically designed to enhance acapella singing.  $15 in advance, $20 at the door. 

JUN 17. Date Night at Terry Bison Ranch. 6pm. Senator's Steakhouse at Terry Bison Ranch, 51 I-25 Service Rd. Spend an evening, just the two of you, dining and dancing at the Senator's Steakhouse.   $30 meals for 2. (307) 634-4171. 

Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley. Fully narrated historic tours of Cheyenne. Monday through Friday tours are at 10a, 11:30a, 1p, 2:30p & 4p.  Saturday's schedule is 10a & 12p, 2p, and Sunday's is 12p & 2p.  Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for children 2-12. The trolley plus museum pass is $19 for adults and gives entrance to Cheyenne area museums along with the trolley ride.  Weekday tours are 90 minutes, weekend tours are two hours with a ½ complimentary stop at the Cheyenne Old West Museum (no museum pass tickets sold on the weekends). Tickets may be purchased at the Visitor Center (Historic Depot, 15th, and Capitol Ave), or over the phone with a credit card at 307-778-3133.

Cheyenne Gunslingers. 6pm week days, High noon on Saturdays. Cheyenne Gunslingers, W. 15th at Pioneer Ave. All of the shows are family-oriented. You won't get cussin' and blood in the shows, just a lot of excitement and laughs. Every performance begins with a safety demonstration. Weekdays 6:00 PM, High Noon on Saturdays. Free. 

Big Country Speedway. 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Big Country Speedway, 4820 S. Greeley Hwy.  (405) 615-9697. Races every Saturday night!

Live Music & Dancing.  Every Friday and Saturday!  7PM -11PM.  Bunkhouse Bar & Grill, 1064 Happy Jack Road.  The Y-4 band plays a collection of classic country western music. This is a family friendly atmosphere, so get the kids, grab your boots and head out to the Bunkhouse for a good time!  

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides. Wed-Sun, 11AM - 5PM. Historic Depot Plaza, 121 W. 15th Street. FREE. (307) 778-3133. Enjoy a narrated historic tour of the quaint downtown Cheyenne area on a beautiful horse-drawn carriage. WEATHER PERMITTING.  CALL IN ADVANCE FOR SCHEDULE UPDATES, 800-426-5009 or 307-778-3133.

Sherman Hill Model Railroad Club Display. 10AM - 5PM. Movie theater wing of Frontier Mall, 1400 Dell Range Blvd.  Free. (307) 996-7645. See a model railroad layout and learn about the club. 

Cowgirls of the West Museum.  Tues- Fri, 11:00 AM- 4:00 PM.  Sat, 11:00 AM- 3:00 PM.  Free!  203 & 205 W. 17th Street.  307-638-4994

Nelson Museum of the West.  Mon- Fri.  8:00 AM - 4:30 PM.  $.  1714 Carey Avenue.  The collection itself was designed by our Founder Robert L. Nelson to show visitors a broad spectrum of our older western cultures.  307-635-7670

Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, 4610 Carey Avenue. $.  9AM-5PM Daily.  307-778-7290

Messenger Museum, Nationway and Crook Ave. Western displays of carriages to cavalry. Free. 8 AM- 5PM. Mon-Fri. 307-635-8959

Cheyenne Depot Museum, 121 W. 15th St. A national landmark rich with railroad history exhibits. $. Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM. Sat 9AM-3PM. Sun 11AM-3PM.  307-632-3905

Botanic Gardens and Paul Smith's Children's Village,  710 South Lions Park Drive, Free. Wed-Sun 10AM-6PM.  Children's Village open Tues- Sun, 10AM-5PM. Grounds open dawn till dusk.  307-637-6458

NCAR (National Center for Atmospheric Research),  Free, self-guided tour that offers an informative view of weather.  M-F 9AM-5PM.  Sat 10AM-4PM.  8120 Veta Drive.  307-996-4321

Re-Ride Me Cheyenne!  Grab a bike and ride around town!  Just bring it back when you’re done.  Bike stations are at Paramount Cafe, Freedom's Edge Brewery/Mid Mod, Laramie County Library, Lions Park, Holliday Park, and The Comea Shelter.