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NOV 17-18. English High Tea. 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM. 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. 

NOV 17-19. RX Tea Time Tea. 1605 Pebrican Avenue. Rx Tea Time is a Victorian Tea Room where one will find a prescription for a cup of tea and a relaxing tea experience.  Daily by RESERVATION ONLY.

NOV 17-19. 19th Annual Artfest Show and Sale. 10am. Laramie County Library, 2200 Pioneer Ave. Enter the contest and win cash prizes.  Come view the artwork that is for sale. Free. (307) 635-2435.

NOV 17-18. Tinsel Through Time: The Night Before Christmas. Opening Reception Nov 17th, 4pm - 8pm.  Open Saturday 9am-5pm. Historic Governors' Mansion, 300 East 21st. Come experience the opening reception to our annual Tinsel Through Time exhibit. Featuring entertainment, refreshments, and holiday decor throughout the ages.  Free. (307) 777-7878.

NOV 17 - 18. "The Laramie Project Ten Years Later.”  Laramie County Community College, 1400 E. College Drive. Presented by By  Moisés Kaufman, Leigh Fondakowski, Greg Pierotti, Andy Paris and Stephen Belber in the LCCC Playhouse. 7:30pm. Free. 307-778-LCCC.  

NOV 17-19. Hemi Lighted Forest Of Hope. 5:30pm - 9:30pm. 6565 Ashley Drive. With over 600 lighted Christmas Trees in a wonderful Wyoming setting and a trackless train, this gift of love started out of a desire to bring attention to the Hemisperectomy Foundation, and now also blesses the Cheyenne community. Hay rides, train rides most every night (no train rides and hay rides on nights when the University of Wyoming Ladies Basketball team plays at home.)  Hot chocolate is always on for those who do the hay rides. Over $8,000 donated in 2016. Admission is by donation. Hay rides are free, but train rides are $1. (307) 630-6641 or 307-634-7806. 

NOV 17. Stampede VS Superior Roughriders. 6:30pm, Friday & Saturday. 12:30pm, Sunday. Cheyenne Ice & Event Center, 1530 W Lincolnway. Military Appreciation Night. Pre-Purchased ticket holders pass right through!  Tickets vary. (307) 630-6726. 

NOV 17-19. The Comedy of Errors. 7:30pm Friday & Saturday; Sundays 2pm. Mary Godfrey Playhouse, 2706 E. Pershing Blvd. The Comedy of Errors tells a story of two sets of identical twins that were accidentally separated at birth. A series of wild mishaps lead to wrongful beatings, a near-seduction, theft and madness!  $12 to $22. (307) 638-6543. 

NOV 17-19. The Outlaw Saloon presents Allison Draw.  Live Music! 8:30 PM. The Outlaw Saloon, 312 S. Greeley Hwy. $5.  (307) 635-7552. 

NOV 18. 9th Annual Country Christmas Craft and Gift Fair. 9am - 3pm. Laramie County Fair at Archer Complex, M & K Building, 3967 Archer Parkway. Come and find unique, handmade item! Free. 307-635-0915 or 307-630-7489. 

NOV 18. 5th Annual Muley Foundation Banquet. Doors open 3:30pm, Dinner starts 6:30pm. Little America Resort, 2800 W Lincolnway. Come enjoy live entertainment, games, live & silent auctions, and kid’s activities. Proceeds support Mule Deer conservation. No tickets available at the door. Price Varies; $60 single. 307-287-0272. 

NOV 18. Town of Burns Craft Show. 9am - 3pm. Burns Plex, 327 South Main. Come get your treasures! Free. 307-631-3903 or 307-630-5557

NOV 18. Girls on the Run Fall 5K Run. 9am - 12pm. Lions Park, Carey Avenue at 8th Avenue. The Girls on the Run 5k is a one-of-a-kind way to illustrate how even the seemingly impossible can be possible! Free. 

NOV 18 - 19. Remembering our Fallen. 8am - 8pm. Laramie County Community College, 1400 E. College Drive Clay Pathfinder Building. A photographic war memorial honors more that 4,700 of our country's military fallen from The War on Terror since September 11, 2001.  Cheyenne is the only city to host this exhibit as it travels from New York to California. Free. (307) 778-4385. 

NOV 18. Magic City's Annual Festival of Trees Gala. 6pm - 8:30pm. Cheyenne Depot , 121 W 15th St. Join us for an elegant dinner and live auction.  Celebrate the start of the holiday season with Magic City Enterprises, enjoy our live auction, bid on a new custom decorated tree for your home or office, donate a tree to a local charity or family in need.  $50. (307) 640-4592. 

NOV 19. LCCC Annual Faculty Recital. 3pm. St Mark's Episcopal Church, 1908 Central Ave. Join the LCCC faculty for a recital at St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Free. 307-778-LCCC

NOV 19. A "Feastival" of Music in the Chancel. 3pm. First United Methodist Church, 108 E. 18th St. Enjoy many different styles of music through dance, voice, and instruments.  The concert will feature the FUMC Music Ministries and the Capital City Brass. Free Will Offering. (307) 632-1410.

Live Music & Dancing.  Every Friday and Saturday!  7:00 PM -11:00 PM.  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!  

Sherman Hill Model Railroad Club Display. 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Movie theater wing of Frontier Mall, 1400 Dell Range Blvd.  Free. (307) 996-7645. See a model railroad layout and learn about the club. 

Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, 4610 Carey Avenue. $.  9-5p Mon-Fri, Sat & Sun 10a-5p.  307-778-7290

Messenger Museum, Nationway and Crook Ave. Western displays of carriages to cavalry. Free. 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM. Mon-Fri. 307-635-8959

Cheyenne Depot Museum, 121 W. 15th St. A national landmark rich with railroad history exhibits. $. Mon-Fri, 9a-6:30p. Sat 9a-5p. Sun 11a-3p.  307-632-3905

Botanic Gardens and Paul Smith's Children's Village,  710 South Lions Park Drive, Free.  Wed-Sun.  10AM- 5PM.  Children's Village open Tues- Sun. 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 9a-5p.  Sat 10a-4p.  8120 Veta Drive.  307-996-4321