The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is announcing Forever Wild Families, a new program to Laramie, which provides proper training for families that have limited outdoor experience.
The program pairs families with mentors who teach advanced fishing, hunting and other outdoor activities...
Nature can paint such a pretty picture in Laramie and the surrounding area. The scenic beauty is certainly considered a big draw to the town and valley. With the Laramie Range, the Snowy Range and plenty of outdoor activities, picture taking can become a quick hobby or profession.
With kids out of school on summer vacation and weather seemingly getting nicer and nicer, the urge to spend time outside gets stronger everyday. Whether it's spending some time swimming or maybe making a quick escape outside of town, the outside provides a great temptation for many people sitting at work.
Summer is approaching and soon enough it’ll be that time of the year again folks! The 2012 Laramie Jubilee Days will be in full swing starting July 7th. Since its first appearance in the 1940’s, Jubilee Days has evolved from a day long statehood celebration to a week of fun-filled activities. So hold on to your hat, it’s going to be a wild ride!
Don't put away those solar observing glasses just yet, another rare astronomical event will be visible in Laramie. The planet Venus will cross the face of the sun on Tuesday night, something that won't occur again for 105 years. To make sure you can safely see it all happen, the Laramie Astronomical Society and Space Observers (LASSO) will host a solar observation party from 4PM to sunset.
Writing for a website that is based in Laramie, it seems odd to recommend an event occurring elsewhere, but during the third weekend in June, Cheyenne is going to be where it’s at. From 5 pm until midnight on Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16, the annual Wyoming Brewers Festival in the Cheyenne Depot Plaza will be party central in the Cowboy State.