Events

On the night of March 8th Jazz Band had a great performance. The opening was more of the percussion band but they all did great to get people interested with the first group dressing up like Robbin Hood and at the of their performance shot arrows at an apple atop one of there on classmates head.

"A band ought to have a sound all of its own, it ought to have a personality." ~ Glenn Miller. And on Sunday afternoon at the WYO Theater the audience agreed as the 19-member band "WOWED" them with one memorable selection after another - including vocals by Valerie Duke and Brian Hemstock.

Twenty-three old Joshua Wright has delighted audiences across the United States and in Europe and on Saturday evening the audience in the Early Auditorium was delighted, amazed and enthused as they witnessed a piano virtuoso up close and in person.

Wynton Grant, a senior at Sheridan High School, was the special guest performer on the stage of the Early Auditorium Saturday evening in conjunction with the Joshua Wright Concert. Wynton performed selections from "Sonata No. 8 in G Major, Op. 30, No. 3" and "Scottish Fantasy" accompanied on the piano by Lisa Robertson. Scroll down to see what else Wynton was up to on Saturday.

Two-time Grammy Award winner, Bill Harley commanded the WYO Stage on Wednesday evening. With his guitar, voice and facial expressions he opened his show and wowed the audience with "I Don't Wanna Wait" followed by many more of his selections. Bill is supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council with funding from the State Legislature and National Endowment for the Arts.

Wednesday, on the 107th birthday of Dr. Seuss, the man behind the "Cat in the Hat," - the "Cat in the Hat" appeared at the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library. Penny Hotovec of Ready to Learn at Wyoming PBS accompanied Denah McDonald, aka the "Cat in the Hat" into the Inner Circle of the Library to a crowd of youngsters who were eager to meet-and-greet.

Using $80 of "seed" money Dan Miller, Industrial Technology Instructor, at Sheridan High School purchased birdhouse building materials, conducted safety classes and his students roughed out 30-birdhouses.

Fire at the High School? No, just a 10:30 a.m. March 1st fire drill when the temperature was 10 degrees as the students exited the building.

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