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“Talking Photography with Wes Uncapher”

Join us for a discussion with local photographer Wes Uncapher as he introduces his new exhibition at the museum. Learn about Wes’s work and process while he displays his collection, which includes shots of local wildlife, people, and industry.

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“Astronomy of the Winter Sky”

The Dubois Museum will host Tom Herret for a Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series program on January 28th at 6pm at the Dubois Museum.

Tom Herret will teach us about basic astronomy.  The program will begin inside the Dubois Museum, followed by a trip outside to look at the white lights in the winter sky.  Please dress for being inside and out.

This program is free and open to the public and great for all ages. Contact the Dubois Museum at 307-455-2284 for details.  This program is weather dependent and may change if it looks too cloudy.

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“Who Saw the Comet Last?”

Have you heard about the newest comet in our sky?  C/2022 E3 (ZTF) may not be a very catchy name, but it’s still making a stir!  The comet was discovered by researchers last year, who calculated that the last time it passed by Earth was 50,000 years ago!  What was Wyoming like when C/2022 E3 (ZTF) last passed by?

Come to Dubois Museum: Wind River Historical Center to learn about the wild animals that saw this comet last, including massive mammoths, American lions, camels, and sloths.  At a time when Neanderthals were dominating Europe and humans were starting to spread across Asia, the Earth was covered in the last Ice Age, coating down to the top of Montana, Germany, and Siberia in glaciers.

This is a Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series program.

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