Weekend Roundup in Laramie: the Music Stops, but There’s Free Ice
Get downtown to enjoy the last of the art and music offered at the Farmers Market. Enjoy an old-fashioned drive-in movie, take in a controversial play, have sober fun, and top it off with free ice on Monday.
Friday, Sept. 1
Farmer’s Market, Gem City Nights & Pedalpalooza
This is the last night for Gem City Nights drop-in art creating and live market music! So get your produce, your fudge (buy some for the police; they’re fudge novices), your cacti, leather goods, or other locally made goods, then make some art and listen to music.
If you want to join the costumed bike parade, meet at the Outdoor Rec Office at 5:30 p.m. to ride en mass to the Farmers Market.
When: Market & art 3-7 p.m.; Music 6-9 p.m.
Where: Depot Lot (Jackalope Lot!)
Cost: Free; SNAP accepted
Drive-In Movie at Laramie Range Ford
Watch the Lorax and snack on popcorn in the comfort of your own vehicle. Free popcorn and a free showing of The Lorax!
When: Doors open at 7:15; show at 7:45
Where: 3609 Grand Ave.
Mission Abort Play
“Risky. Relative. Real.” is how Relative Theatrics describe their productions. For this show, one woman commands the lead and invites audience members to discuss the process behind some hard decisions women have to make.
When: 7:30- 9 p.m.
Where: Civic Center Conference Room
Additional Information: For more information about the play or the troupe, visit their website here.
Natasha Bedingfield at UW
The Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum singer will be at the University of Wyoming. Enjoy the concert, and sign up for a meet and greet if you’d like.
When: 6-11 p.m.
Where: UW Arts & Sciences Auditorium
Additional Information: For ticket options and event information, visit the website here.
Saturday, Sept. 2
Japanese Movie Day
Family fun and a cultural experience at the Albany County Library. The 2019 Japan Character Award Grand-prix winner, "Sumikkogurashi," makes its screen debut in Laramie.
When: 1-3 p.m.
Where: Albany County Public Library
Entertainment for those in recovery, plus their family and friends. Bring a dish and a lawn chair for some clean, sober fun at the park.
When: 12-5 p.m.
Where: Washington Park
Additional Information: For questions, contact Al at recoverywalkWyoming@gmail.com or call at 307-286-8990
Chancey Williams at the Cowboy
Laramie favorite Chancey Williams will be in charge of a good Saturday night. Bring your dancing boots and your swinging feet.
When: 9 p.m.
Where: Cowboy Saloon
Cost: $29 ($25 plus $4 fee)
Additional Information: To purchase tickets or for more details, visit the Facebook page here.
Monday, Sept. 4
Altitude Ice Annual Free Day
They can’t keep their syrups until next summer, so they give away free treats today.
When: 12 p.m. until syrup is gone
Where: Laramie Fitness lot
Information: Visit their Facebook page here for details.