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Whatshapping? Seven top things to do this weekend, and more

Whatshapping? Seven top things to do this weekend, and more

*Friday, January 19th and Saturday, Jan. 20th* LANDER - The Vagina Monologues is back by popular demand! This year we have collaborated with the Unplugged: Lander performance series to create a spectacular showing of Fremont County's talent. Music, spoken word, laughter and down right realness - who could ask for a better evening? 7pm both nights. 202 N First St. https://www.facebook.com/tvmfremont *Saturday, Feb. 20th* RIVERTON - Rock band Groovement, hailing from Arkansas, will be performing this Saturday night at Bar 10 in Riverton. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. For more information, call 307-856-BEER. *Saturday, Feb. 20th* LANDER - Culture Expo at Lander Children's Museum from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM MST. Explore the World without leaving Lander at the Culture Expo! Visit different countries and experience the customs, dress, music and food from different cultures. Passports will be available to document your travels! It's a small world after all... DUBOIS - *Brooks Lake Ski* – Free and open to the public. Join The Wyoming Wilderness Association on an all-day cross country ski trip to Brooks Lake Lodge for a 5-star lunch, good company and even better scenery. The trip is 10 miles roundtrip and classified as strenuous. Contact Sarah Walker to sign up or for more information at swalker@wildwyo.org or 307-455-2246. Skis and snowshoes are available for rent at Wind River Gear. RIVERTON - Riverton Wild West Winter Carnival: Ice Melter Mini-Z Remote Controlled Car Races. Fast paced fun contest held at the Wind River Casino, Spring Mountain Room. Friday set up and practice. Races 10am-3pm Sat. Racers from 3 states will compete for prizes and trophies with 1/28th scale race cars. Mini-Z remote controlled car races will be happening throughout the day. 10269 Hwy 789. For details contact: 307-840-3761, RIVERTON - Winter Jackpot Series at the Central Wyoming College Equine Facility. This jackpot series, operated by CWC equine students, is open to adults and youth and will include barrels, poles, breakaway and goat tying events. Entry fees are $30 in barrels and poles and $35 for breakaway and goat tying for adults/open and are $10 for youth. Late entries will have an additional fee of $10 per entry. Entry forms can be downloaded from the CWC website, cwc.edu and search jackpot or can be picked up at the CWC Equine Center. All entries must be received by noon on Friday before each Saturday of the event. Call-in entries are not allowed; please mail all entries to Dana Nicholls at CWC Equine Program, 2660 Peck Ave. Riverton, WY 82501 or email to dana@cwc.edu or drop off entries at the Equine Center office. Any entries received the morning of the event must be paid with cash only by 8 am. DUBOIS - Dubois presents a Soupenanny & Hootenanny: Soup & Bread Cook-off contest with live music. Cash prizes awarded. Held at the Headwaters Arts & Conference Center starting at 5:30 p.m.. Sponsored by Needs of Dubois. Come eat your fill of fabulous breads and homemade soups from 5:30pm-7pm, then kick-back and enjoy the musical Hootenanny at 7:15pm. 20 Stalnaker St. 307-455-3173, 307-455-2687 *Monday, Feb. 22nd. * RIVERTON - Dining with Diabetes, Riverton Senior Citizens and Community Service Center, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. $25/person, $35/couple. To enroll, call the UW Extension at 857-3654. Limited to 20 people. For people with Diabetes, their family members and/or caregivers. *Wednesday, Feb. 24th and Thursday Feb. 25th* THERMOPOLIS - Shoshone National Forest Education and Compliance Summit, as a part of the travel management process, is set for the Days Inn in Thermopolis. For information and updates on the Shoshone National Forest’s travel management process, click here . For more information, contact Olga Troxel at 307.578.5164 or otroxel@fs.fed.us. Thursday, Feb. 25 through Feb. 28 RIVERTON - On Stage at the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theatre at Central Wyoming College: The Pirates of Penzance. Thur. 2/25 & Fri. 2/26 at 7:30pm; Sat. 2/27 at 2:30pm and 7:30pm and Sun. 2/28 at 2:30pm *Saturday, Feb. 27th * JEFFREY CITY - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be hosting Coffee with a Warden at the Split Rock Cafe, 2297 Highway 789, from 8 to 10 am. Wardens Teal Joseph, Brad Gibb and Dillon Herman will attend. *Sunday, Feb. 28th* DUBOIS - The Dubois Museum is hosting a music jam session on the last Sunday of February. These jam sessions will all start at 2:00 pm at the Dubois Museum. Everyone is welcome to join in with your own musical instrument or just come listen or dance. 909 West Ramshorn. *Monday, Feb. 29th* RIVERTON & LANDER - Fremont County Republican Party Caucuses, 7 p.m. @ the Inn at Lander and CWC Intertribal Center in Riverton *Upcoming* *Now through March 28* CODY - The Shoshone National Forest Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) is seeking project proposals and will be accepting applications now through March 28, 2016. Approximately $180,000 will be available to invest on projects that would benefit the resources of the Shoshone National Forest. Project submittal forms and instructions are available here . *Saturday, March 5th* DUBOIS - The Dubois Museum will host a McDonald's Children's Exploration Series program that will feature Laurie Ideker, art instructor, who will lead everyone in a fun filled wildlife art day. If the weather is cooperative a field trip will be part of the program so please dress accordingly. Bring a lunch and plenty of water. Meet at the Dubois Museum at 10am. Ages 9 and up are welcome, please No Pets. RIVERTON - Fremont County Public Health's FREE Prenatal Class has been rescheduled to March 5th. Folks can still call 856-6979 for reservations or for more information. *Saturday, March 12th* RIVERTON - Fremont County Republican Party Convention, 9 a.m., Heritage Hall, Fairgrounds. RIVERTON - The Riverton Museum will host a Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series program on March 12th at 3:00 pm by Eugene Ridgley and Stephan Fasthorse titled, "The Northern Arapaho Tribe and Language and its Importance in the World Today". All ages are welcome and this event is free to the public. 3 p.m. 700 East Park. RIVERTON - Saint Margaret's School Dinner Dance fund raiser with a theme of a 50's Sock Hop *Thursday, March 31 to Saturday, April 2* RIVERTON - Workshops for Master Gardeners, home gardeners and small scale and specialty crop producers in Wyoming and Rocky Mountain region are part of the Wyoming Master Gardener and Wyoming Farmers Market Association state conference in Riverton on Thursday, March 31, to Saturday, April 2, at the Holiday Inn Convention Center. The workshops are open to the public. The conference theme is “Gardeners Rendezvous,” said Chris Hilgert, state Master Gardener coordinator with the University of Wyoming Extension. *Thursday, March 31st * DUBOIS - The Dubois Museum hosts a Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series program by Senior Archaeologist Dan Eakin from the Wyoming State Archaeologist Office on March 31 at 7 pm at the Headwaters Center in Dubois Wyoming. The program will focus on the research done on the Nez Perce National Historic Trail this part of Wyoming. *Reoccuring* LANDER - The Lander Art Center presents "It seemed like a good idea a the time" National Juried Show. Free. Open Tues. - Thurs. from 10-6pm, and Fri.-Sat. from 10-4pm. Show runs through Feb. 27. At 224 Main St. 307-332-5772 LANDER - The Lander Art Center presents "It seemed like a good idea a the time" National Juried Show. Free. Open Tues. - Thurs. from 10-6pm, and Fri.-Sat. from 10-4pm. Show runs through Feb. 27. At 224 Main St. 307-332-5772. LANDER - The Fremont County Parkinson Support Group meets on the first Tuesday of every month (after the Parkinson's Exercise Group, which meets from 1-2 p.m.) at the Lander Senior Citizens Center. Parkinson's people and caregivers are encouraged to attend. Call the Senior Center at 332-2746 if you have questions. HUDSON - The Fremont County Democrats meet on the third Sunday of each month at the Hudson Town Hall beginning with a carry-in dinner at 4 p.m. All are welcome. LANDER & RIVERTON Survivor of Suicide Loss Support Groups - First Tuesday of each month at Riverton Branch Library, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. (1330 West Park) and Third Tuesday of each month at Lander Library, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. (451 North 2nd). Join with a community of suicide Loss survivors as we share stories of healing and hope. Please contact Sue Rector at (307) 840-0311 or Tauna GroomSmith at (307) 349-4495 for additional details. LANDER – Narcotics Anonymous. 7 p.m. Trinity Episcopal Church, 860 South 3rd Street, Lander (meets every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday). RIVERTON – On Monday each week: Gambler’s Anonymous. Many thousands of people throughout the world who have created problems due to excessive gambling have found the strength to quit by joining Gamblers Anonymous. If gambling is destroying you or someone you care about, you are welcome to attend: 6 p.m., Church of Christ, 39 Gas Hills Road, Riverton. #county10 #news