Dubois, WY - Plan to come early to the Dubois National Bighorn Sheep Center's 21st annual fundraiser. The Bighorn Bash starts at 5:30 PM at the Headwaters Arts and Conference Center on Saturday, November 8. Dinner begins at 6:30 PM so guests have only one hour to play the pre-dinner games. This is also the best time to look at the many donated items on the raffle tables featuring a range of prizes from art to zany.
This year the Center has prizes including an Fishing Trip in Alaska, muzzle loaders, art, jewelry and much more to win. And the big four are a wonderful carved moose antler, an original oil by local Ellen Dudley, an opal and black onyx necklace and an iPad.
The National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Association is dedicated to educating the public about the biology and habitat needs of the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep and to encouraging the active stewardship of wildlife and wild lands.
The Interpretive Center features dioramas with full-scale taxidermy mounts that recreate the bighorns habitat, interactive exhibits about wildlife management and special adaptations of wild sheep, and wildlife films the whole family will enjoy.
Dinner reservations sell out fast. A choice of New York strip steak, chicken breast with creamy Dijon mustard sauce or vegetarian is offered at $35 for a single, and $65 for couples. Call the National Bighorn Sheep Center at 307-455-3429 to purchase your dinner tickets.
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