Homecoming is the name of the game this weekend. Check out the Cheers to 100 Years schedule HERE. For all other Laramie fun this weekend, keep reading for the last Farmers Market,

Friday, Sept. 29

Farmers Market
Bid farewell to the farmers market tonight, at least until next season.

When: 3-6 p.m.
Where: Jackalope Lot
Cost: Free; SNAP accepted

Go Far Objective Auto Show
The debut of this show will feature vehicles from all over the region, and of all sizes.

When: 4-7 p.m.
Where: Albany County Fairgrounds
Cost: Free to attend; vehicle registration $5-$25
Additional Information: Visit the website here to learn more.

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Saturday, Sept. 30

Up, Up & Away Kite Flying Festival
Take advantage of the Wyoming wind and the warm weekend and go fly a kite.

When: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Cowboy Baseball Field
Cost: Free; vendors on-site
Additional Information: Snacks and drinks will be available; visit the Facebook post here. 

Laramie Plains Lakes Volunteer Cleanup Day
Help Wyoming Game & Fish keep our lakes clean. Stay as long or as little as you'd like.

When: 8 a.m.-Noon
Where: Meet at the Regional Office, 1212 S. Adams St. & depart to the lakes.
Cost: Free
Additional Information: Visit their website here to sign up to help.

Glass Fusing Workshop
An introductory class to learn how to create glass art. All supplies included; BYOB and snacks.

When: 10 a.m.-Noon
Where: 4th St. Studios, 315 S. 4th St.
Cost: $32-$35
Additional Information: Visit the Studio's website here for more details.

Deerwood Ranch Horse and Burro Adoption Event
Adopt a horse to tame, or a burro to keep your cows safe. Or, just visit to see the wild horses west of Laramie, and enjoy the other happenings at the ranch.

When: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Where: Deerwood Ranch,
Cost: Free; vendors on site.
Additional Information: Visit their website here for more details.

Sunday Oct. 1

Today is for recovery. Or raking your yard.


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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