On Saturday, Buckin’ Brew hosted Driven For A Change, a car show in support of Uprising Wyoming. Uprising’s mission is to empower communities to confront human trafficking and exploitation through awareness, education and outreach.
Dinosaurs roamed Wyoming millions of years ago and now they have made their way back. Jurassic Quest is a touring dinosaur exhibit and has made its way to Wyoming. Dino lovers flocked to the Ford Wyoming Center this weekend to experience all the event had to offer.
The WBA released their new podcast ‘Business from the Basement,’ featuring discussions with business leaders in Wyoming from all walks of life delving into important issues that affect the businesses and people of Wyoming.
The AARP is offering a free screening of the movie, Book Club: The Next Chapter, at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 18 at Capitol Cinema. The screening is the latest in AARP Wyoming’s ‘Movies for Grownups’ series.
The 1838 Rendezvous Association has announced their dates for this year’s events, and the schedule is full. The association hopes the increased use of the historic site will preserve it for years to come.
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.