*(Dubois, Wyo.) - *The National Bighorn Sheep Center
, located in Dubois, WY, tells the story
of Wyoming's premier wildlife, the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. The center
is dedicated to educating the public about the biology and habitat needs of
the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep and encouraging active stewardship of
wildlife and wild lands.
Starting this Thursday, June 2nd, The National Bighorn Sheep Center will
host a series of events that go all summer long! All events are free to
current members or by donation for non-members (Dubois museum partnership
events are free).
*Monday, June 20th, 5pm-6:30pm: National Parks-America’s Best Idea*—In
celebration of the 100th Anniversary of America’s National Park system,
Casper-based writer Gayle Irwin will share her story of National Park
inspiration and also offer a book-signing of two of her recent books
*Thursday, June 23rd, 7pm-8:30pm: Flint Knapping*—Local artist Tom Lucas
will demonstrate the ancient skill of flint knapping and share stories and
insights into its history and craft.
*Saturday, June 25th, 12pm-8pm: Summer Block Party in the Dubois Town Park*—Be
sure to stop by the Bighorn Sheep Center’s booth to test your knowledge
about wildlife through our games and activities.
*Thursday, June 30th, 10am-2pm: Kid’s Table Mountain Archaeology Day*—Trek
to tipi rings, bison drive lines and rock pits on Table Mountain with the
Bighorn Sheep Center and Dubois Museum. Advance registration required.
All events are held at the Bighorn Sheep Center, located at 10 Bighorn Lane
in Dubois, WY, unless noted otherwise. To learn more about upcoming summer
events, click here .
*National Bighorn Sheep Center Summer 2016 events are supported in part by
the Tourism Asset Development Program.*
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