What's Happening at the Sheridan Fulmer Library in July

(Sheridan, Wyo.) Sheridan Fulmer Library will feature two new art exhibits this month. On the mezzanine, local artist Daniel Granger will have his second public exhibit. His display will include a mixture of photographs, paintings, drawings and some small wood sculptures. "I have really been enjoying trying new mediums and feel like I'm starting to develop an original style,” he said. A public artist reception for Granger will be held on the mezzanine on Thursday, July 7th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Also in July, the Inner Circle will feature the Wyoming State Museum’s traveling exhibit "Those Holes in the Earth: Centuries of Mining." Wyoming is well known for its mineral resources. This traveling exhibit looks at mining from prehistoric times to modern day Wyoming through photographs, illustrations, text, and a handout, "BOOMS and BUSTS." The exhibit explores ancient stone quarries, coal mining by the Union Pacific Railroad, and modern mining. Members of the local Monarch Underground Miners Picnic organization will display several antique mining items and artwork from former mining community residents in our area. *Photo h/t Daniel Granger // Pitchengine Communities* #dally #news #whatshappening [image: unicorno.jpg]