Central Wyoming Arts Events Nov. 10-11 in Thermopolis, Worland

Toddi’s Blog… A WHOLE LOT OF ART GOING ON – NOV. 10-11, THERMOPOLIS & WORLAND, WYOMING FRIDAY EVENING NOV. 10 BLOCK PARTY, SOUTH SIDE OF BROADWAY, THERMOPOLIS FRIDAY EVENING NOV. 10 MAMMOTH QUICK DRAW, WASHAKIE MUSEUM IN WORLAND SATURDAY MORNING NOV. 11 9 a.m.-1 p.m. FESTIVAL OF CREATIVE CRAFTS IN WORLAND SATURDAY VETERANS DAY NOV. […]

Johnny B’s Rhythm of the North Comes to Thermopolis Nov. 30

“Johnny B”– a piano legend in his home state of Alaska — will perform in Thermopolis, Nov. 30, 7 p.m., in the Hot Springs Co. School District Auditorium. His presentation, “Rhythm of the North,” combines his dynamic piano playing and a multi-media show of Alaska nature. John Bushell (alias “Johnny B”) has been performing since 1957. […]

“Cowboy Brad” Fitch Nov. 18 – Last House Concert of Year

The last House Concert of the subscription year will be held Nov. 18. “Cowboy” Brad Fitch, Estes Park, Colorado, specializes in original folk and western music. For more than 10 years, he has performed John Denver tribute concerts as fundraisers for a variety of nonprofit organizations throughout the United States. He has recorded 19 albums […]

Four Shillings Short – House Concert & School Residency

Four Shillings Short will be in Thermopolis for three programs Oct. 18-20, 2017. They will do a house concert Oct. 19 at 7 p.m., and a school residency. They will also do a mini-concert in the Wyoming Pioneer Home while they are here for the residence. Four Shillings Short is a husband/wife duo — Aodh Og […]

Orwell’s 1984 Subject of National Book Discussion

The National Endowment for the Humanities and many state humanities councils are sponsoring discussions of George Orwell’s book, 1984, during the week of Oct. 9-15. The project is part of the “One Book, Many Conversations” initiative. The only Wyoming discussion groups are in Laramie; but you can participate online. Oct. 9, 5 p.m. Moderated by […]

October ArtStroll Oct. 13-14 plus Special Events

New Photographers Join ArtStroll The Second-Friday ArtStroll in downtown Thermopolis, October 13 & 14, will feature two of our newer photography artists – Douglas Nelson and Levi Shinkle.  Stroll hours on Friday evening are 5-8 p.m.  The ArtStroll continues Saturday during regular business hours. Douglas Nelson, who began promoting his art earlier this year, will be sharing […]

Watch Wyoming Skies

The solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, had everyone focusing on the daytime skies. Thermopolis was dead-center for “totality” — seeing the complete solar eclipse. But don’t let the fact that the 2017 eclipse is past keep  you from watching the skies in Wyoming. In our wide-open spaces area of Wyoming, it is easy to […]

What are Folk Songs?

Adam Miller makes no apologies for singing old songs. In fact, his repertoire includes more than 5,000 songs — a remarkable number. Miller, who is from Draine, Oregon, is a virtual treasure trove of music that our country has lived with and loved for years. He writes about what a folk song is and who […]

Windswept: Call for Entries

  Werner Wildlife Museum Guidelines  WINDSWEPT DEADLINE: OCTOBER 30, 2017 A juried exhibition of fine arts and fine crafts from Wyoming Opening and reception: Thursday, November 9, 2017 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.   Eligibility: Exhibitors must currently reside in the State of Wyoming or be a faculty member, employee, or student at Casper College. Entries […]

Adam Miller, Autoharpist, Storyteller, Sep. 22

  Adam Miller, autoharpist and storyteller from Draine, Oregon, will be in Thermopolis Sep. 22 for a house concert performance. He will also do an assembly program at the schools during the day. One of the premier autoharpists in the world, Adam Miller is a renowned American folksinger and natural-born storyteller. Miller accompanies his rich, resonant baritone […]