by Lara Love, Editor/Publisher, Thermopolis Independent Record Reprinted with permission Darlene Doak, a traveling nurse currently working in Thermopolis, has submitted her artistic quilt in the Row by Row quilt contest and it is on display at Gooseberry Garden Quilt Shop. The Row by Row Home Sweet Home Experience is like a shop hop for quilters. […]Read More »
Courtesy, Wyoming Arts Council website, wyoarts.org on September 14, 2016. Jennifer’s teaching philosophy: “Art is about our human response to the world around us. Art class encourages kids to explore their imaginations and make connections between art and their everyday life. Through the study of applied technique, basic art elements and principles, art history, exploration, and play, […]Read More »
The Wyoming Arts Council has launched a new Wyoming Artists & Venues Directory to better showcase and connect artists and organizations around the state. The Council is trying to identify the businesses, groups, municipal and arts organizations, as well as the individual artists, who would benefit from being listed on the Directory. We invite you to create a […]Read More »
Wyoming citizens participate in all forms of arts — and more than people do in most states. The National Endowment for the Arts has released new research that proves what Wyoming citizens have always known: We are as fond of our art as our outdoors. A new report, State‐Level Estimates of Arts Participation Patterns, shows a complete […]Read More »
Biologists released into the wild 35 black-footed ferrets raised in captivity on two local ranches. The release will complete the circle of a story that began in 1981, when a ranch dog named Shep brought home a dead black-footed ferret and let the world know the species wasn’t extinct after all. Five years later, biologists […]Read More »
Hot Springs Greater Learning Foundation 2017 Calendar Dedicated to life-long learning Events subject to change January 2017 6 Music Jam, Southside Exxon, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Open to all. 13 Moscow Nights/Golden Gates – Russian Dance company and musical trio. Whole school district assembly. Evening public performance. Tickets: adults $10, seniors $8, students free. 13-14 […]Read More »
Chris Amend, Gillette, former art teacher and now full-time artist, will be in Thermopolis for two events in October. Amend’s work will be on display (and for sale) at Flying Eagle Gallery, starting Oct. 14 through Oct. 28. An artist reception will be held during the Second Friday ArtStroll, Oct.14, 5-8 p.m. On Oct. […]Read More »
When is “art” not art but mathematics — geometry — science — engineering? Ask Dick Termes of South Dakota that question, and the answer will make you realize that ideas of what is art or what is mathematics is little more than a shortcut to simplify the brain’s process of categorizing details. Dick Termes […]Read More »
Celtic traditional music duo Men of Worth return to Thermopolis Oct. 20-21! Public performance: 7 p.m. Oct. 20, School District Auditorium, 415 Springview. Sponsored by HSGLF. Tickets at the door only $10 adults, $8 seniors. ALL STUDENTS FREE — all schools including home-schooled students. Sponsored by HSGLF. House concert (by subscription), 7 p.m., Oct. 21. School Residency, Oct. […]Read More »
Author Michael J. Till has released a new book in the Postcard History Series, “Along Wyoming’s Historic Highway 20.” Till will give a talk and a multimedia presentation, October 15, 2016, 2:00 p.m. at the Hot Springs County Museum and Cultural Center. The postcard history includes postcards from the county museum collection. He will also be […]Read More »
Matthew Gurnsey, “The Kilted Man,” returns to Thermopolis, Oct. 27, 7 p.m., at Hot Springs County Library. Gurnsey is known for his rousing performances of traditional Irish and Scottish music. His repertoire includes tales of wayward voyages, unrequited love and the vibrantly colorful lives of the every-man beloved of many Irish tales. Gurnsey’s music talents […]Read More »
UPDATED!! Hot Springs Greater Learning Foundation & Community Friends Arts & Humanities Schedule for North & Central Wyoming Fall 2016 October October is Community Arts Month 7 Music Jam, Southside Exxon, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Open to all. 11 Ray Maple as outlaw Tom O’Day (member, Hole in the Wall Gang). Sponsor: Hot Springs Co. Library, 6 p.m., Library. Free. […]Read More »
Come experience the wonder, desire and terror of Dracula, a story of passion and courage that takes us from the mystery- shrouded depths of Transylvania to the stylishly steam-punked streets of London. This dance-theatre twist on Bram Stoker’s masterwork envisions the Countess Dracula, whose lust for power brings her face-to-face with the mystic Van Helsing […]Read More »
NEXT MUSIC JAMS: OCTOBER 7 & 21, 2016, 5:30-7:30 P.M., Southside Exxon, Thermopolis, WY The core group of musicians at the Music Jams are Thermopolis acoustic musicians. The Music Jams are usually twice a month, on the first and third Friday evenings monthly, adjusting for calendar conflicts. They are held 5:30-7:30 p.m., at Southside Exxon, south of Thermopolis […]Read More »
Men of Worth, long-standing leaders in traditional Celtic and Irish folk music, will return to Thermopolis, October 20-21, for a two-day school residency as well as a public performance and house concert. The public performance will be held Oct. 20 at the Hot Springs County Schools auditorium, 415 Springview. Tickets are $10 adults, $8 seniors. All […]Read More »
Last of the 2016 season! October 21, 2016 – Men of Worth, traditional and original Celtic. House concert, 7 p.m. The house concert series is a subscription program that supports the Arts in Education programs. The new season begins with the calendar year. There are a limited amount of seats, so be sure to sign up early. […]Read More »
YEAR OF THE BUFFALO – 100th anniversary of State Buffalo herd in Hot Springs State Park.
October is Community Arts Month (local); National Arts Month
through Nov. 5 Embrace the Struggle:Bronze Art of Chris Navarro. Over 50 bronze sculptures and 25 canvas prints on display.
Oct. 7 Music Jam, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Southside Exxon, Highway 120. Come join us!
Oct. 8 “Around Downtown Thermopolis: An Historical Perspective on Downtown.” Lea Schoenwald, 2 p.m., HS Co. Museum. Sponsor: Hot Springs Co. Historical Society.
Oct. 11 “Tom O’Day and Bronco Nell: Tales of Wyoming Outlaws.” Portrayed by Ray & Jackie Maple. 6 p.m., HS Co. Library. Free. Sponsored by Library.
Oct. 12-13 Dick Termes, “inventor” of perspective art, school residency. Sponsor: HSGLF & HSC School District.
Oct. 14-15 Second Friday ArtStroll & Still Strolling Saturday. Special guest (mini-workshop): Dick Termes, So. Dakota, “inventor of perspective art technique, termesphere.
Oct. 14 Chris Amend, Artist Reception, Flying Eagle Gallery, downtown Thermopolis, 5-8 p.m. (during ArtStroll).
Oct. 15 Meet the Author: Michael J. Till, “Along Wyoming’s Highway 20,” 2 p.m., HS Co. Museum. Sponsor: Co. Museum.
Oct. 20 Library Dinner and a Movie: Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. HS Co. Library. Sponsor: Co. Library.
Oct. 20-21 Men of Worth, traditional Celtic. School residency. Sponsor: HSGLF & HS Co. School District.
Oct. 20 Men of Worth. Public performance, 7 p.m., HS Co. School District Auditorium, 415 Springview. Sponsored by HSGLF. Tickets at the door only $10 adults, $8 seniors. ALL STUDENTS — all schools — plus home-schooled students FREE .
Oct. 21 Men of Worth. House Concert (by subscription). 7 p.m.
Oct. 21 Music Jam, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Southside Exxon, Highway 120. Come join us!
Oct. 27 Matthew Gurnsey: The Kilted Man – Traditional Celtic music. 7 p.m., HS Co. Library. Sponsored by Library. Free.
Oct. 27 Chris Amend, Gillette, high school art residency. Sponsor: HSGLF & Hot Springs Co. School District.
Oct. 31 Halloween
Nov. 3 Buffalo Bill Boycott. 4th grade history program, Ralph Witters Elementary.
Nov. 3 Dracula: The Legend in Motion – University of Wyoming Ballet. 7 p.m., Hot Springs Co. School District Auditorium, 415 Springview. Sponsor: University of Wyoming Outreach programs, with support of Wyoming Arts Council, Hot Springs Greater Learning Foundation and Hot Springs County School District #1. FREE.
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