A lot of golf, cow meat, and seed, and a foam party to the top of off are on this weekend’s agenda. Two golf tournaments, the Friday market, a tour of a seedstock company, and a party at the library are things to do in Laramie this weekend.

Friday, July 21

11th Annual Cathedral Cup

Help Cathedral Home of Laramie raise money for mental health in their annual golf tournament. Give your best golf clap or volunteer at the event to show support.  

  • When: 8 a.m.
  • Where: Jacoby Golf Course
  • Cost: Registration closed; spectate and donate to the cause
  • Additional Information: Visit the events page for information on how to support CHC.

Farmer’s Market

The quintessential Laradise weekend kickoff. Food, handcrafted goods and brews, and good company while taking a leisurely stroll through the many stalls of the Market. 

  • When: 3-7 p.m.
  • Where: Depot parking lot 
  • Cost: Free; SNAP accepted
  • Additional Information: Visit the Farmers Market page on the Laramie Main Street page for more.

Saturday, July 22

Tour of Frank Cattle & Genetics

Join the Albany County Young Farmers and Ranchers for a guided tour of Frank Cattle and Genetics, a family-owned seed stock cattle operation in Chapel, NE. 

  • When: 7:15 a.m.
  • Where: Meet at Albany County Fairgrounds south parking lot for transportation 
  • Additional Information: For more details, visit the Facebook posting

Lady Bug Tournament

The Jacoby Ladies’ Club is hosting a two-person scramble. Pick a partner, or let the Ladies assign you one for 18 holes of fun. 

  • When: 8 a.m.
  • Where: Jacoby Golf Course
  • Cost: $80 team; food and one drink included
  • Additional Information: To sign up, visit the registration page. 

Sunday, July 23

Foam Party at the Albany County Library 

  • When: 1-3 p.m.
  • Where: Albany County Public Library parking lot
  • Cost: FREE
  • Additional Information: For details about the foam, what to bring and expect, visit the ACPL website. 

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