As the spookiest day of the year gets closer, Downtown Laramie is offering an opportunity to get your pets a sweet treat as well!
The Creature Feature Contest goes on til the 27th! Submit your pet's photo in their best Halloween costume for a chance to win a pet-themed prize...
Laramie Main Street will be kicking off its "Revive the Wyo" fundraising campaign on September 10th, during the NU2U Street Dance and Pop Up Art Walk. This will be with challenge matches offered by Pence and MacMillan, Premier Bone & Joint, and the Wyo Task Force volunteers totaling $3,000.
While social distancing is an important step in weathering this storm together, let's make sure that those of us in the community that are worried about the economic impact know that we have their back. We love our local businesses.
The business that would one day take the place of Madam Opal's began as a dream of two coworkers sneaking off after work to have their own wine club. "It was very exclusive," said Lesley Young, co-owner of Cask 307. "Just the two of us sneaking ing to the back room of what was then Snowy Range Dodge when we were done with work. We'd always talk about opening a wine bar."