Bluegrass for Breakfast

Local music jammers and bluegrass enthusiasts! We’re received a list of groups who will be bluegrass-jamming on Saturdays at Owl Cafe in Laurel, Montana. We know a number of our musicians like to make the run for the fun, so here’s their schedule: Bluegrass for Breakfast – Owl Cafe, Laurel, Mont. Feb. 28 – Back […]

Opportunity: 2015 Youth Conservation Corps Deadline March 1.

Deadline to apply: March 1, 2015 What: Yellowstone National Park 2015 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program The YCC is a residential work and education program for young men and women ages 15-18.  It is designed to develop an appreciation for the nation’s natural resources and heritage through unique educational, recreational and work experiences. Yellowstone recruits […]

Thermopolis Accepted as Wyoming Main Street Affiliate

  Thermopolis has been accepted as an affiliate community by the Wyoming Main Street advisory board and Wyoming Business Council. The Main Street committee noted that they were impressed with the committee’s emphasis on historic preservation and using that as a strength. Wyoming Main Street recognizes community diversity throughout the state and levels of readiness to […]

Music Jam Group 2015 Schedule

The Acoustic Music Jam Group will continue to hold twice-monthly music jams throughout 2015, on the first and third Friday evenings monthly, adjusting for calendar conflicts. The jams are held 5:30-7:30, at Southside Exxon, south of Thermopolis on Highway 120, across from the Super 8. Friends, listeners, travelers and beginning players are all welcome. It […]

The Rainbow Snake Project

The rainbow snake was a creative project of Thermopolis Middle School students, working with Paul Taylor, Cheyenne, a native of Australia and expert in Australian aboriginal tribes. Students worked with Taylor and art instructor Jennifer Emery over several months. During that time, every student in the Middle School participated in the project, researching and writing the explanation or […]

Editorial: Let’s Talk about an Idea… Art of the Rural

There’s a growing movement across the country of the realization that arts and culture have economic impact. But there is also recognition, particularly in rural communities, that a lot of what we do, how we live and what we know, is of cultural and artistic value. There are areas that have built their major economic […]


Without your support, we could not make good things happen! Hot Springs Greater Learning Foundation supports the arts and natural sciences in the community and the schools. Numerous organizations provide the financial support that makes our programs possible. Please remember the good work that is done through their efforts! Wyoming Arts Council, with support from […]