Art and music…and some outdoor events, naturally. Get outside and ride 32 miles, or walk and shop instead. 

Friday, July 28

Artist of the Month Reception
Works of Wyoming is celebrating artist Allison Pluda of Seneca Creek Studios and will be showcasing her fine metal prints, landscape, and nature photography. Her work will be on display and for sale the rest of the month at Works of Wyoming.  

When: 4-6 p.m.
Where: 300 S. 2nd St.
Cost: Free
Additional Information: to see more works by this artist and other WOW artists, visit their webpage.

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Farmers Market
While off to a rainy start, the weekly outdoor market is expected to have nice warm weather this Friday. Food, sweet treats (the fudge! Oh, the fudge), produce, and unique handcrafted goods. And you can buy a cactus!

When: 3-7 p.m.
Where: Depot parking lot
Cost: Free; items for purchase; SNAP accepted

Additional Information: For a vendor map or other questions, visit the Farmers Market website.

Crazy Days Sidewalk Sales
Over 30 shops and boutiques downtown take advantage of the great weather and send their sales outside. 

When: all day
Where: Downtown Laramie
Cost: Free; sales available

Saturday, July 29

Crazy Days Sidewalk Sales
Over 30 shops and boutiques downtown take advantage of the great weather and send their sales outside. 

When: all day
Where: Downtown Laramie
Cost: Free; sales available

Laramie Range Epic
The Laramie list wouldn’t be complete without some kind of outdoor fun. There are two races to choose from in the Pole Mountain trail system: the single 32-mile trek, or that same trek…again.

When: In-person registration at Pedal House only Friday 12-8; race 7:30 a.m. Saturday
Where: Happy Jack
Cost: $150 for single lap; $180 for double
Additional Information: For full details, visit the Laramie Range Epic website.

Summer Art & Music Thing
Art, music, free beer, and snacks. Indoor and outdoor exhibits to peruse while you enjoy a beverage and music. 

When: 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Where: Laramie Union Train Depot
Cost: Free
Additional Information: Visit the event FaceBook post here. 

Cellular Plus Backpack Giveaway
Cellular Plus downtown is giving away backpacks to help get started on that massive back-to-school supply list. 

When: 10 a.m.
Where: 3rd & Garfield
Cost: Free

Sunday, July 30

Meet & Eat Free Dinner
Every Sunday Laramie Connections hosts a dinner for anyone curious about Connections, hungry for good food and conversation. 

When: 4:30-5:30
Where: 1517 E. Canby St.
Cost: Free

Additional Information: for the weekly menu and more details about Laramie Connections, visit their Facebook page. 

Yesteryears of Historic Downtown Laramie Captured in Photos

Take a step into the past and discover the yesteryears of Laramie. Wyoming was one of the last states to join the Fifty Nifty, being number 44 in the Union. Laramie began its township journey in the 1860s, largely influenced by the construction of the Union Pacific Railroad and Fort Sanders.

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