“Sasquatch in the Dubois Area: with John Mionczynski” WY Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series“Ester Hobart Morris” by Kathryn Swim Cummings, WY Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series“Petroglyphs of Dinwoody and Torrey Valleys” WRVC Adventure Trek

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April 2020

“Petroglyphs of Dinwoody and Torrey Valleys” WRVC Adventure Trek

April 21 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dubois Museum
$10
picture of a big rock with multiple carvings

“Petroglyphs of Dinwoody and Torrey Valleys” April 21 9-4pm  The Dubois Museum and the Eastern Shoshone Tribal Historic Preservation Office staff will host this Wind River Visitors Council Adventure Trek. Petroglyphs are sacred images pecked into stone by past peoples living in the Wind River Valley. Our belief is by educating the public we will help preserve these unreplaceable images and help visitors find a deeper appreciation for petroglyphs.  Come and experiencing this special day with us. Fee $10.00 per…

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“Ester Hobart Morris” by Kathryn Swim Cummings, WY Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series

April 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Lander Pioneer Museum, 1445 Main St
Lander, 82520
free
photo of a book cover with an image of Ester Hobart Morris at the center

“Ester Hobart Morris” by Kathryn Swim Cummings April 23, 7pm  Join the Pioneer Museum for a Wyoming Community Speakers Series program by Kathryn Swim Cummings, author of “Ester Hobart Morris: The Unembellished Story of America’s First Female Judge”. The program will focus on her life at South Pass City and her impact on Women’s Suffrage. This program is free and open to the public.

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May 2020

“Sasquatch in the Dubois Area: with John Mionczynski” WY Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series

May 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Dubois Museum, 909 Ramshorn
Dubois, WY 82513 United States
free
color image of a man in a tan shirt and hat wearing a green backpack standing in a forest

“Sasquatch in the Dubois Area: with John Mionczynski” May 7 7pm John Mionczynski is a wildlife biologist for the North American Ape Project based out of Idaho State University, Anthropology Department.  Since 1998 his job has been to catalog and follow up on sightings, tracks on the ground, family stories, and tribal histories of past encounters with the enigmatic creature known as bigfoot or sasquatch. His interest in this subject began in 1972 when he was asked to investigate unusual…

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“Lander Cemetery Trek” WRVC Adventure Trek

May 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Lander Pioneer Museum, 1445 Main St
Lander, 82520
free
black and white image of a headstone at a cemetery with flowers all around

“Lander Cemetery Trek” May 9 10am  The Pioneer Museum hosts this Wind River Visitors Council Adventure Trek May 9 at 10am.  Guests will meet at the gates of the Lander Cemetery for a walk through of the cemetery to learn the history of some of Lander’s Notable residents. This program is free but donations are accepted and reservations are required.  Call the Pioneer Museum at 307-332-3339 to reserve your spot.

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