You Should Have Been There…

The Foundation works with the Hot Springs County School District and the community to support numerous arts-related programs. The  University of Wyoming “Opera in a Gym” presented “The Tortoise and the Hare” in May 2012…   Some of our performers are gracious enough to perform at the Pioneer Home or Senior Citizens Center. Colin Ross, […]


YEAR-ROUND BIRDS Kingfishers * Belted Kingfisher Owls * Great Gray Owl * Great Horned Owl * Long-eared Owl * Northern Pygmy-Owl * Northern Saw-whet Owl * Eastern Screech-Owl * Western Screech-Owl * Short-eared Owl Perching Birds * Black-capped Chickadee * Mountain Chickadee * Brown Creeper * Red Crossbill * White-winged Crossbill * American Crow * […]

Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas Nov. 29

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov. 10, 2012 A ROCKY MOUNTAIN COWBOY CHRISTMAS COMES TO THERMOPOLIS A special Christmas performance will kick off the holidays in Thermopolis when “Buffalo Bill” Boycott presents a “Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas.” It will be held Thursday, Nov. 29, at 7 p.m., in Hot Springs County School District Auditorium. Boycott, whose real […]

Last 2012 Jam Session Dec. 21, South Side Shell

  Third Friday of Month, 6-8 p.m., Southside Shell. NEXT: Dec. 21 Monthly jam sessions sponsored by Hot Springs Greater Learning Foundation have returned to South Side Shell, according to Ed Capen, president, HSGLF. Everyone welcome. Come to play along, sing or just enjoy the informal atmosphere. Bring friends! Celebrate the holidays!      

Spinning & Weaving Week Oct. 1-7

National Spinning & Weaving Week is Oct. 1-7. Billie Jo Norsworthy, better known as Lucy’s Sheep Camp, has a display on wool, spinning, yarns and felting at Hot Springs County Library in the Foundation’s display case just as you walk in the door. Norsworthy raises sheep, spins wool, dyes, felts and makes a variety of […]

Learn more about saxophones

Back in the early 1920’s, Vaudeville shows were the hot ticket and the saxophone was king. Over 100,000 saxophones were being sold each year and instrument manufacturers were conjuring up some extraordinary variations on Adolphe Sax’s 1847 invention.  Saxophobia offers a rare glimpse at some of the most unusual saxophones ever made and pays tribute […]

Farmers Market Closes for Season

The Farmers Market has closed for the season. Crops could have been more plentiful this year, but the drouth has taken its toll on many farms and ranches. In addition to produce, the market included farm-ranch products for sale, and a little entertainment for the buyers and vendors. Water has been turned off at the […]

“Shoshone Wild” Film, Oct. 16

Wyoming Wilderness Association will present “Shoshone Wild,” a film on the spectacular Shoshone National Forest, on Oct. 16, at 6:30 p.m., at Hot Springs County Library. The film was released late this summer. The event is sponsored by the Association and the Library. The showing is free, and refreshments will be provided.

SAXOPHOBIA, Oct. 11, in Concert

Saxophobia, Rob Verdi, Yerba Linda, California. Community Concert Oct. 11, 7 p.m., Hot Springs Co. Schools Auditorium, 415 Springview.   Tickets: $8 adults; $6 seniors; $1 early bird discount if purchased no later than Oct. 10. Students are free. House Concert Oct. 9 SOLD OUT!!! School Residency, Thermopolis Schools, Oct. 9-12.  Rob Verdi received […]

Peter Fletcher, Classical Guitarist, Oct. 12

Peter Fletcher, New York, classical guitarist, will perform Oct. 12, 7 p.m., at Hot Springs County Library. The performance is sponsored by the Library and is free. Fletcher began studying guitar at age 7 under classical guitar instructor John Sutherland. He made his formal debut at age 15 under the auspices of The Brasstown Concert […]