A bright sunny morning among the great scenic vistas of the Brinton Museum was the setting for young artists Thursday as local artist, Joel Ostlind, hosted a field sketching workshop for children ages 8-12.
The day began with a pancake breakfast, followed by the one mile run which kicked off the parade, a duck race and then to Scott Bicentennial Park for an afternoon of food, fun, friends, and plenty of music.
Saturday, in the Inner Circle of the Fulmer Library, Health Coach and nurse, Sarah Kolman gave a presentation from her new book, “Full Plate,” which focuses on ‘nourishing your family’s whole health in a busy world.’
The final Wyoming Wednesday will feature John Woodward, Director of the Sheridan County Museum, talking about the importance of the buffalo to our area. He said the buffalo was quite a versatile animal to settlers and Indians alike.
Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns held their annual “On the Foundation” fundraiser Thursday night. A night of music, comedy, theater, with dessert and refreshments, new Director for Habitat, Christine Christopherson, described the event.
Here at Sheridan Media, we believe everyone has a story to tell. So as part of our expanded coverage, we plan to bring you those stories. Today, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott focuses on a woman who serves up burgers.
According to a news release, the Secretary of State’s office has certified the application for a ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana in the state, called The Peggy A. Kelley Wyoming Cannabis Act of 2016.
The Wyoming Theater Festival continues its two weeks of plays, performances, and workshops, where Gerry Hansen, instructor of the Theater 101 class, explained the classic theater art form called commedia dell'arte.