Attend a Fly-In, Mountain Bike Race, Concerts, and Rodeos In Fremont County, WY in September.

Fremont County, WY - Although the summer is winding down, there is still plenty of September activities in all our communities in Wind River Country. Join us, from the Ultimate Miniature Bullriding finals to mountain bike races, a Fly-In, Festival of the Cowboys, art shows, and farmers markets.

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Riverton Northern Arapaho Cultural Insights: Northern Arapaho Experience Room - A cultural treasure of Arapaho artifacts and artwork open every day.  Call in advance for a schedule of Arapaho Elders who share Arapaho language lessons and traditional story telling. Wind River Casino, 10269 Highway 789. 851-5394.

Sept. 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29 Lander Farmers Markets. Organic produce, crafters & local musicians. Tuesdays 4:30-6pm, Centennial Park (2nd & Main St.) and Saturdays 9am-noon, WY Community Bank parking lot at (7th & Main St.)

Sept.1-26 Lander Art Center "Wonder Cabinet" – hosted with WY Game & Fish. Tues. - Thurs. from 10-6pm, and Fri. - Sat. from 10-4pm. Free. 224 Main St. 332-5772,

Sept. 1 Lander Elephant Revival at Lander LIVE concert. All ages. Bring lawnchairs. Vendors onsite. 1st St. & Main St. 5:30 pm. 332-3892,

Sept. 4 Dubois final Friday Night Rodeos, 7:30-10pm. Family friendly rodeo action. See bullriding, bronc riding on bucking horses, team roping, barrel racing, and calf roping. Tickets $10 adult, kids age 5-12 $5, under age 5 are free. 480-8992, Clarence Allison Memorial Arena, 5649 Hwy. 287/26.,

Sept. 4 Dubois Museum presents: 2-Part WY Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series Part 1: Evidence for Shoshonean Bighorn Sheep Trapping in the Absaroka Mountains. Lecture by Dan Eakin. 7pm. 909 West Ramshorn, 455-2284,

Sept. 5 Dubois Museum presents: WY Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series-Part 2: Field Trip to Absaroka Mountain Sheeptraps in NW Wyoming. 9am meet at museum. 909 West Ramshorn, 455-2284,,

Sept. 5 Fort Washakie Moccasin Lake Challenge Race, Run/ Walk, with incredible views on the 18-21 mile route. Just added is a youngster's 5 mile route. 8am start (with registration 7am). Meet up at 9 North Fork Rd. Bring plenty of water and sunscreen. $20 reg. fee. 349-7089,

Sept. 5 Shoshoni Labor Day Ranch Rodeo, showcasing real cowboys and day-to-day ranch working skills, 5pm. Tickets $8. West 1st and S. Maple St. 262-6094,

Sept. 6 Shoshoni Public Labor Day Rodeo where you can watch real cowboys and fast rodeo action at 7-9pm. Tickets $8. West 1st and S. Maple St. 262-6094,

Sept. 6 South Pass City Run For the Gold: Mine Tour & ATV Poker Run! Learn about the rich history of mining & cover some serious ground - win cash. ATVs & 4x4s. Guided tours of historic gold mining sites & old Carissa Mine. $25 for one hand, or $5 per hand. 332-3684, 125 South Pass Main St.

Sept. 8 Riverton CWC Rodeo Booster Club chuck wagon dinner-Music by cowgirlTrinity Seely, 6pm-9pm, 2660 Peck Ave. Tickets $25 available at the door, Lander CWC & student activities office. 856-7184,

Sept. 11-13 Lander Popo Agie Quilters present their annual Quilt Show, $2 admission. Displays & vendors. Fri  5-8pm, Sat & Sun 9-5pm, Lander Senior Center. 332-2746, 205 S 10th St.

Sept. 11 Riverton Museum presents: Kid Exploration Series – Pioneer Food Preparation, by Oscar Lawson at 4-5pm. Free. 700 East Park, 856-2665,,

Sept. 11-12 Riverton Wild Horse & Burro Adoption – see wild mustangs in training. Sept. 11, a clinic for the general public, preview 1-3:30pm. Sept. 12, previewing at 7:30am – bidding 10:30am, Riverton Honor Farm minimum security corrections facility, 40 Honor Farm Rd. Kathy Fine 352-0302. Free. Public is welcome to spectate.

Sept.11-13 Riverton The Rustler Roundup College Rodeo: Come see western traditions in action like steer wrestling, barrel racing and more. 3 days of Rodeos: Friday 1pm, Saturday 9am, & Sunday 11am. 1010 Fairgrounds Rd. Tickets $3-$5. 855-2260,,

Sept. 12 Crowheart Festival of the Cowboys - Enjoy western tunes, cowboy chow, western poetry, silent auction, open mic and musical jam sessions. Ranchers Rodeo starts at high noon. Arena is behind Big Wind Hall Community Center. 2pm guest author Cat Urbigkit. Western Arts and Crafts Fair. Reserve free booth space or mic time. Festival is at Crowheart’s Big Wind Hall Community Center, 33 Old Yellowstone Hwy. 11-6 pm. Free. 486- 2238, 349-9948,

Sept. 12-13 Lander Annual Lander Valley High School Fall Rodeo. Two days of rodeo fun starting Sat. from noon - 6pm, and Sun. 9am-3pm. Over 200 contestants compete. Cowboy Church services at 8:30am. Free. Lander Rodeo Grounds, 1663 Rodeo Dr. 332-4647

Sept. 12 Lander "Wings and Wheels" Fly-In, Car Show, Hunt Field Airport. Breakfast: Kiwanis. Lunch: Rotary International. Tethered balloon rides, bush pilot competitions, RC quadcopter demonstrations, & 3 aerobatic events. Car Show Awards. Raffles. 8am-2pm. Free. 1540 Rodeo Dr. 805-509-2779, 707-498-1150,,

Sept. 12 Lander Fremont County Pioneer Museum presents - WY Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series: Lander-Rawlins Stage Route, by Reid Miller, BLM. 3pm, 1443 Main St., 332-3339,,

Sept. 12 Riverton 10th Annual PAWS & Pearls Gala Banquet, Wine Tasting, & amazing live/silent auctions and raffles. 7pm-11pm.  A favorite animal lover fundraiser. 1010 Fairgrounds Dr. Tickets $50 at door, Jerry's Flowers and 1st Interstate Bank.  840-0741,

Sept. 12 Lander  4th Annual Jurassic Classic Mountain Bike Race. 15 miles south of Lander on Hwy. 789 at secret local haunt: Johnny Behind the Rocks. Prizes, food truck, games, raffles, & scenic routes between 4-22 miles. All skill levels. 8am-5pm. $45-$65. 335-5435,,,

Sept. 12 Riverton “4 (or more) in 24” – a theatrical marathon! Multiple casts rehearse at least four original short theater works and immediately perform them. Audience seated on the main stage with the actors. Prepare for the unexpected! 7:30pm. Main Stage, 2660 Peck Ave. 855-2002, 855-2217,

Sept. 12 Lander 5th Annual Childrens Walk-A-Thon and 5K Dog Dash, $25 reg. in advance at Elemental Training Center and Gannett Peak Sports. Four-legged friendly leashed dog $5. Walk-A-Thon participants register ($10) Saturday morning at 8am.  Walk begins at 8:30am - Dog Dash race begins at 8:45am.  Prizes awarded. Lander Valley High School, 350 Baldwin Creek Rd. 330-5200,

Sept. 13-18 Dubois Susan K. Black Foundation Art Show & Workshops all week by national artists. 20 Stalnaker, 455-2687, 455-3404,,,

Sept. 14 Lander Stringfever concert: World-class musicians original string concert featuring violin, cello, and viola. 350 Baldwin Creek Rd. 7pm. Tickets $20 adult/$10 student. 332-2509, 332-6824,,

Sept. 16 Riverton Museum Adventure Trek: J.B. Oakie’s The Big Teepee” mansion in Lost Cabin. Bring lunch, water, & hiking clothes. 11:30-4:30pm. Reservations required. Meet at 700 East Park, 856-2665,

Sept. 17-19 Lander 73rd Annual One Shot Antelope Hunt includes an auction & Indian ceremonial dancing. Public is welcome at the Friday night blessing of the bullet ceremony with Shoshone dancers, drumming, and singing. Saturday evening Victory Banquet, Community Center, 950 Buena Vista Dr. Tickets $35 at Lander Chamber. 332-8190, 332-3356, 332-3892,,,

Sept. 19 Lander Ultimate Miniature Bullriding Finals. A fast-paced Pee-Wee rodeo at 2pm, 1663 Rodeo Dr. Bring the family to see the young rodeo stars of tomorrow. 349-6400,

Sept. 19 Lander Pioneer Museum presents: McDonald’s Kids Exploration: Archaeology Day 2, 1-4pm, Free. 1443 Main St., 332-3339,

Sept. 25-26 Riverton Master Wool Spinner/Author Maggie Casey teaches a 2-day workshop. 1010 Fairgrounds Rd. Must have experience on own wheel. 856-2747

Sept. 26 Riverton Open Mic Night at Mammoth Music. 10-minute slots to musicians, bands, and other stage performers. Family friendly evening. Free. 7-8:30pm. 318 East Main St. 856-0258

This exciting events calendar is provided by the WIND RIVER VISITORS COUNCIL …your Fremont County Lodging Tax Dollars at Work!

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Related Links: Lander Chamber of Commerce, Riverton Chamber of Commerce, Dubois Chamber of Commerce, Destination Dubois

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