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Both discussions will be led by Norleen Healy.
Books are available now for checkout at the front desk of each participating library.
The Sheridan Fulmer Library is located at 335 W. Alger St.
Sheridan Fulmer Library at noon:
“The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down” — Aug. 30
“The Namesake” — Sept. 27
“Native Speaker” — Oct. 25
“Children of Syria” (Frontline DVD video) — Nov. 29
Story Branch Library at 6:30 p.m.:
“The Light Between Oceans” — Sept. 6
“Two Old Women” — Oct. 4
“Refuge” — Nov. 1
“We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves” — Dec. 5
Tongue River Branch Library at 4:30 p.m.:
“Refuge” — Sept. 13
“We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves” — Oct. 11
“The Light Between Oceans” — Nov. 8
The field trip agenda is available on the Bighorn National Forest’s website.
SHERIDAN — Rodeo fans will have the opportunity to meet and greet rodeo athletes Friday at Grinnell Plaza from 4-8 p.m.
The Cowboy State Elite Rodeo Fan Fest will allow fans to mingle with the world’s top rodeo athletes with activities including roping dummies, a mechanical bull, food, drinks and music by local country artist Justin Beasley.
The ERA Cowboy State Elite Rodeo will take place Saturday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.
For additional information on the fan fest, see sheridanwyorodeo.com/era/ or eraprorodeo.com.
For additional information, contact Johann Nield at 751-1138 or wyomingwings.com.
The event takes place wind and weather permitting.
The contest will continue through Sunday and Monday as part of Don King Days.
The event is open to the public to watch expert farriers at work.
For additional information, call Cecile Pattison at 751-5454 or Vicki Kane at 752-0567.
For more information on Don King Days, see donkingdays.com.
The Big Horn Equestrian Center is located at 352 Bird Farm Road.
The show and market will include vintage inspired crafts, repurposed furniture, cupcakes and more.
For additional information, contact Terri Walton at 674-6023.
The Barn in Big Horn is located at 228 Johnson St. in Big Horn.
The one-night payout is projected to exceed $200,000.
For more information or to purchase tickets see www.SheridanCountyGOP.com.
The Sheridan Holiday Inn is located at 1809 Sugarland Dr.
BIG HORN — The annual Don King Days celebration will take place Sunday and Monday at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.
The two fun days of “Old West” rodeo events will feature match bronc riding, steer roping, end-of-season polo and live music. The Big Horn Equestrian Center provides open space and a no-fence setting in the majestic mountain foothills south of Sheridan.
The family-oriented celebration, this year celebrating its 28th anniversary, honors renowned saddlemaker Don King.
Admission each day is $10 per person; kids 12 years old and younger are admitted free.
For more information, contact Vicki Kane at 752-0567 or Cecile Pattison at 751-5454 or see www.donkingdays.com.
The Big Horn Equestrian Center is located at 352 Bird Farm Road in Big Horn.
SHERIDAN — Registration is now open for the Wyoming Conference for Violence Prevention and Response.
Cost to attend is $75 and the event will be held in Casper from Sept. 12-15 at the Ramkota Hotel.
To register see http://www.wyocvpr.net.
For more information, contact Kandice Hansen at 777-7200 or email@example.com.
The Ramkota hotel is located at 800 N. Poplar St. in Casper.
SHERIDAN — Registration for the Wolf Creek Wrangle, an annual fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns, is now open.
The event set for Sept. 17 will include a half-marathon, 10K, 5K and kids race. The cost to participate varies based on the race, but all registration may be completed at itsyourrace.com.
Day-of registration will begin at 8 a.m. and the races will begin at 9 a.m. at Eatons’ Ranch. Electronic chip timing will be provided along with prizes for the top three male and top three females in each race. A barbecue lunch will also be provided for all participants and will be available for $8 per person for nonparticipants.
Organizers ask that pets and strollers be left at home.
For additional information, call 672-3848.
For additional information on the event, contact Czaban at 672-2431 or firstname.lastname@example.org.