The town of Pavillion doesn’t have a grocery store and before this they didn’t even have a place to sit down for a coffee or a meal. Now they do, and it’s also for a good cause to benefit the community.
Reddi Sue Homec, who ran the restaurant since 1995, was ready to retire and many Covid restrictions made it difficult to have the true Svilar’s experience. However, faithful employee Blaine Stafford stepped up to the plate and is now the new general manager. Danny Svilar is also continuing to help out wherever needed in the supper club, so it’s staying in Svilar hands.
Fremont County School District 25 participated in the National Heart Association fundraiser, the Kids Heart Challenge. It ended this week and the students who raised the most money got to pour slime over staff and a surprise guest.
The pour over method of painting was invented in the 1930′s by a Mexican mural artist, but has been gaining popularity again. A Fremont county artist has grown to love the process, and is sharing her love by teaching others.
Morgan Wallen, who has had the No. 1 album in the country for the past four weeks, was caught on camera last week saying a racial slur, but sales of his record increased after radio stations removed him from their playlists.
Some say life is a blank slate, but for Eustace Day in Fort Washakie, every day is a blank canvas. He’s been painting those canvases for 30 years, but now you’ll be able to see his art appearing on t-shirts sold at the Wind River Trading Company in Ft. Washakie.
When you step inside her residence in Riverton, it might not strike you as anything more than an ordinary kitchen of a 91-year-old grandma. However in March when we were first learning about Covid, it had become a cookie factory, and now every week she’s been baking about eight dozen cookies for first responders.
The Christmas Open House including all of the new exhibits at the museum is this Saturday the 12th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with free admission, with 15% discounts on everything in the gift shop. The Children’s Exploration Series, with wooden toy making, will be from 2-4 p.m. with the toys ranging in price from $2-$10.
Lander mayor Monte Richardson stated, “We’ve got some neat little things going on which I won’t say right now, it’ll be a surprise. Santa will be there. I think we needed to keep moving forward with things to keep a little hope alive for people right now, we can’t keep taking things away."
The registration deadline for floats to enter the Christmas Parade is this Friday, November 13th. Each float is encouraged to follow the “Deck the Halls Y’all” theme, celebrating Wyoming’s western spirit.
The band Barcode 307 first made its debut in Riverton five years ago, and for this Fremont County band, playing music that transcends generations has become the norm, but playing at this location every Halloween to a costumed crowd, has started to become a bit of a tradition.
Carson’s Bar and Grill in Lander, formerly known as The Summit, is hosting a free autumn event for the kids. A pumpkin carving contest will be at the restaurant on Thursday, October 29th from 6 to 8 p.m.
Though they are already united together as husband and wife, they decided to let their artwork also be joined as one, in a collaborative exhibit. Joseph Cipro and Susan Durfee have their work displayed at the CWC Arts Center, and it’s all about how we deal with change.
The postponement of the “Wonder Woman” sequel, which had been scheduled to hit theaters Oct. 2, comes on the heels of Hollywood’s strongest attempt to lure moviegoers back to theaters during the pandemic.
If you still haven’t made plans for this weekend, today kicked off Fremont County’s first Labor Day Rendezvous at the original site. It may be one of the few places left that when you walk in, you can take a step back in time.