Live music at the homestead cabin. Les Hamilton and Dan Seelye will be performing traditional and old-time country and western music for your listening and dancing pleasure!
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Watch as teams compete to see who can pack their horse the fastest!!! Balance and planning are the name of the game.
Dubois Museum and the National Bighorn Sheep Center are hosting a Children's Exploration and a Kids Corner. This program will consist of a new, surprising educational event each week. After finishing at the Museum, enjoy the Kids Corner at the National Bighorn Sheep Center.
Pee-wee rodeo, bull and bronc riding, team roping and barrel racing.
Craig Pine will lead visitors on a tour of the historic Ramshorn Guest Ranch as part of the Wind River Visitors Council Adventure Trek programMr. Peterson built the first cabin on the ranch in 1919, later homesteading there in 1920. The DuNoir Tie and Timber Company used the ranch in their operations during the late 1920's and 30's. In 1947, the Bolle and Prine families purchased and ran the ranch as a youth camp, dude ranch and guest ranch to date. Suffering major fire in 1987, the hands of the family and friends helped rebuild half of the ranch buildings using “beetle kill” trees from the property.$8.00 per person Advanced Registration is required, (with no exceptions) by calling the Dubois Museum at 307-455-2284.
60th Eastern Shoshone Indian Days Powwow.NOTE: A possible Youth powwow will be offered on Thursday, but please inquire in advance.Friday – Grand Entry 7 pm.Saturday – Indian games 9 am.Grand Entry 1 and 6 pm.Sunday – parade 10 am. Feast at noon. Grand Entry – 2 pmDETAILS
The only rendezvous re-enactment on the original rendezvous site. Walk in the same footsteps of traders from the past, learn fire starting with flint and steel, dutch-oven cooking, black powder shoots, flint knapping, teepee set-up, trap setting, and more.
Dubois 4th of July celebrates the old and new west with a western parade at 2 pm, duck race at 2:45 pm, ice cream social 3-5pm, topped off with fireworks at 9:30 pm! The whole town turns out for this fun day. Events sun up to sun down. Enjoy our Western parade that starts it all off with horses, cowboys, cowgirls, motorbikes, mountain bikes and more. Free admission. Come enjoy western fun and games like in the old days!
Discover the history of Camp Dubois, a WWII German Prisoner of War Camp located only a few miles west of town. Researcher/writer Cheryl O'Brien explains why the camp came to Dubois and who the occupants were. We remember the camp 75 years later with original stories and photographs from the German prisoners and American soldiers stationed in this camp. A Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series program.
Friday, July 19: 6pm: Evening Car Cruise begins from Kmart to downtown Main St. Parade and Street Party on Main Street. 8:30pm: Candlesticks on Main St.Saturday, July 20: 6am: Kiwanis Pancake breakfast 6am: Balloons lift-off behind Central Wyoming College (CWC) soccer field (next to the white water tower). 7am: Enjoy tethered balloon rides – weather permitting. 8am-4pm: Car & Bike Swap Meet 11am-4pm: Annual Rocky Mountain Rebels Car & Bike Show is held, south lawn at 2660 Peck Ave. 8pm: balloon glow on the launch field, 2660 Peck Ave. 10pm: See amazing fireworks on top of Airport Hill.Sunday, July 21: 6am: Kiwanis Pancake breakfast at 2660 Peck Ave. 6am: Balloons lift-off behind Central Wyoming College (CWC) soccer field 7am: tethered balloon rides – weather permitting. Check the website for a complete schedule.
Professional art show by some of the nations top notch artists including wildlife, still life, figurative, and abstract in all art mediums.
Last weekend in July. Music, parade 11:00 am Saturday morning, tastings, horse entertainment, Western shootout, dance, barbeque, and more. For more information call 307-455-2700 or call us at the campground at 1-800-562-0806.