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Mar
14
Sat
Gardening Workshop: What’s New, What’s Hot in Annuals and Veggies @ Landon's Greenhouse
Mar 14 @ 1:00 pm

SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse will hold two free workshops on March 14 focusing on hanging container gardens and the latest trends in annuals and vegetables.

“Treasure in a Container” will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at Landon’s Greenhouse. In this class participants will learn design techniques for hanging container gardens.

Janelle Gray will share the tips and techniques she uses when creating the hanging baskets found at Landon’s.

“What’s New, What’s Hot in Annuals and Veggies” will also be led by Gray at 1 p.m. Saturday.

In this fast-paced workshop, participants will learn the hottest trends and new products in 2015. Taking notes is recommended.

For those who pre-register for the workshops by 5 p.m. Friday, a prize drawing will be held directly after the sessions. Call 672-8340 to sign up.

Also on Saturday, Landon’s Greenhouse will host its weekly farmers market from 9-11 a.m. The market includes fresh local produce and goods.

Landon’s Greenhouse is located at 505 College Meadows Drive. More information about Landon’s can be found online at landonsgreenhouse.com.

Mar
16
Mon
Hydropower presentation @ Sheridan College/UW Watt Agricultural Building, room 132
Mar 16 @ 6:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The University of Wyoming Extension Office will host a presentation and conversation highlighting the “Wyoming Small Hydropower Handbook” on Monday and Tuesday.

A formal presentation will be held Monday at 6 p.m. at the Sheridan College/UW Watt Agricultural Building in room 132. The facility is located at 3401 Coffeen Ave.

A luncheon roundtable will be held at Pistol Pete’s Café in Buffalo on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. The restaurant is located at 800 N. Main St.

For additional information, contact Scott Hininger at 674-2980 or Blaine Horn at 684-7522, or see renewables.uwyo.edu.

Mar
17
Tue
‘After Hours’ seminar on self care @ Downtown Sheridan Association building
Mar 17 @ 5:30 pm – 6:10 pm

SHERIDAN — March’s “After Hours” and “Brown Bag” seminars will focus on self care.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Lynn Gordon of the Family and Personal Counseling Center will lead the discussion on self-esteem revisited.

The seminars are sponsored by Sheridan College’s continuing education program.

The seminars are free and open to the public with no reservations required. The seminars will be held Tuesday from 5:30-6:10 p.m. and Wednesday from 12:10-12:50 p.m. at the Downtown Sheridan Association building.

For more information, contact Gordon at 672-6789.

The DSA is located at 150 S. Main St.

Claire Yorks Spring Book Discussion Series @ Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library
Mar 17 @ 6:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The annual Claire Yorks Spring Book Discussion Series began in January at Sheridan County libraries and will continue this month.

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will offer the series “Nature, Animals, People and Their Interactions,” which will be moderated by Katie Curtiss.

The Story Branch Library and Tongue River Branch Library will offer the series “Remembrance of Things Past: Exploring the Ghosts and Dreams of Family Memories.” The series will be moderated by Norleen Healy.

The Claire Yorks Reading and Discussion Series is funded by an endowment established at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Yorks was born in Sheridan to Leroy and Mildred Calkins. She graduated from high school in Sheridan and moved to Seattle to work in the aircraft industry in World War II. There she met and married her husband Samuel Yorks. She finished college and became a social worker in Portland. When she retired in 1982, the Yorks moved to Sheridan where they were involved community volunteers. Sam Yorks was the first moderator of adult reading and discussion groups at the Fulmer Library in Sheridan.

The books are available for checkout at the front desk of each library. Patrons are welcome to attend one or more of the discussions at any of the libraries.

The schedule is as follows:

  • Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library

March 17: “Ordinary Wolves” at 6:30 p.m.

April 21: “We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves” at 6:30 p.m.

May 19: “The Light Between Oceans” at 6:30 p.m.

  • Story Branch Library

April 6: “Glass Castle” at 6:30 p.m.

May 4: “All Over But the Shoutin’” at 6:30 p.m.

  • Tongue River Branch Library

April 14: “This Boy’s Life” at 4:30 p.m.

Mar
18
Wed
‘Brown Bag’ seminar on self care @ Downtown Sheridan Association building
Mar 18 @ 12:10 pm – 12:50 pm

SHERIDAN — March’s “After Hours” and “Brown Bag” seminars will focus on self care.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Lynn Gordon of the Family and Personal Counseling Center will lead the discussion on self-esteem revisited.

The seminars are sponsored by Sheridan College’s continuing education program.

The seminars are free and open to the public with no reservations required. The seminars will be held Tuesdays from 5:30-6:10 p.m. and Wednesdays from 12:10-12:50 p.m. at the Downtown Sheridan Association building.

For more information, contact Gordon at 672-6789.

The DSA is located at 150 S. Main St.

Mar
20
Fri
Applications due for Wyoming Wilderness Association Young Ambassadors for Wilderness program
Mar 20 all-day

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Wilderness Association is launching its second year of the Young Ambassadors for Wilderness program.

The WWA is currently accepting applications from youth between 12-18 years of age.

With a curriculum geared toward young adults who are interested in becoming the next generation of wilderness leaders, in this program students will learn about the work that goes into protecting wild lands for future generations. Students will be presented with unique opportunities to work with professionals in the field, learn about the wilderness in their own backyards and complete a capstone project to present at the culmination of the program.

For additional information, contact Lily Bliss at 672-2751 or lily@wildwyo.org. Applications must be submitted by March 20 and can be found online at wildwyo.org.

Mar
21
Sat
Miniature gardening workshop @ Landon's Greenhouse and Nursery
Mar 21 @ 11:00 am

SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery will host a hands-on workshop Saturday beginning at 11 a.m.

Kids and adults will have the opportunity to get creative and get their hands dirty during the workshop on miniature gardening. Attendees will design and plant their own miniature gardens.

Bring in your own pot or purchase one from the store for the project. Workshop attendees will pay for the materials they use.

Landon’s will also host its weekly farmers market from 9-11 a.m.

A prize drawing will be held directly after the workshop for those who called and preregistered. Registration can be completed or more information obtained by calling 672-8340 or stopping by the greenhouse.

Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery is located at 505 College Meadows Drive.

Fly tying class with Little Big Horn Chapter of Trout Unlimited @ Fly Shop of the Big Horns
Mar 21 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Little Big Horn Chapter of Trout Unlimited will host a beginner to intermediate-level fly tying class Saturday, March 21, from 1-4 p.m. at the Fly Shop of the Big Horns.

The free class will be instructed by local fly fishing professionals.

The event is geared toward adults and children ages 10 and older. Children should attend with an accompanying adult.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own materials if they have them.

For additional information, call 763-6837.

The Fly Shop of the Big Horns is located at 334 N. Main St.

Mar
27
Fri
‘Preparing for the Resurrection’ workshop @ First Christian Church
Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

SHERIDAN — First Christian Church and the Wyoming Association of Churches will host a biblically-grounded workshop, “Preparing for Resurrection,” on March 27.

The workshop, running from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., will be led by author and coach Rev. Rebekah Simon-Peter.

The workshop will take a deep look at how participants can prepare for resurrection by re-writing and renewing their own life stories. Participants will look at the memories, relationships and feelings that are disempowering them instead of empowering them. They’ll turn negative self-talk to positive renewal and action. They’ll also take a look at how they can let go of the attitudes and beliefs that are holding their spirits down, and celebrate spiritual release.

The workshop is free, but advanced registration is recommended.

For additional information or to register call First Christian Church at 674-6795.

First Christian Church is located at 102 S. Connor St.

Mar
28
Sat
Pruning workshop @ Landon's Greenhouse and Nursery
Mar 28 @ 11:00 am

SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery will host a pruning workshop March 28 at 11 a.m.

Kelly Norris, an ISA certified arborist will share her expertise on the ins and outs of pruning trees and shrubs.

Organizers recommend attendees dress appropriately for the weather as parts of the workshop will be held outside and include hands-on demonstrations.

The workshop is free and open to the public.

A prize drawing will be held directly after the workshop for those who call and preregister. To register, call 672-8340 or stop by the greenhouse.

In addition to the workshop, Landon’s will host its weekly farmers market from 9-11 a.m.

For more information about Landon’s spring workshops, see landonsgreenhouse.com.

Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery is located at 505 College Meadows Drive.

Mar
30
Mon
‘Staying Safe in Bear, Lion and Wolf Country’ workshop @ Dayton Town Hall
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm

SHERIDAN — Would you know how to react if you were hiking in the Bighorn Mountains and you suddenly came upon a mountain lion or if you were camping and a black bear wandered into your camp? How about if you suddenly encountered a wolf or grizzly bear while hiking in Yellowstone National Park?

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host “Staying Safe in Bear, Lion and Wolf Country” workshops at 7 p.m. March 30 at the Dayton Town Hall and at 7 p.m. March 31 at the WGFD Regional Office in Sheridan.

Information and tools will be provided to participants that they can use to avoid dangerous encounters and prevent future conflicts.

“There is potential for human interactions with black bears and mountain lions on the east side of the Bighorns,” Sheridan Wildlife Biologist Tim Thomas said. “The Game and Fish Department wants people to understand how to reduce the potential for conflicts ensuring the safety of both humans and the animals.”

Presentations will feature behavior and biology, safety and legal issues, and focus on what to do in an encounter situation. Demonstrations about the proper use of bear spray will be presented. Information will also be provided on how to reduce the likelihood of an unwanted encounter.

Seminars are free and open to people of all ages and skill levels.

For additional information, contact Bud Stewart at 672-7418.

Dayton Town Hall is located at 608 Broadway St. in Dayton.

The WGFD Regional Office is located at 700 Valley View in Sheridan.

Mar
31
Tue
‘Staying Safe in Bear, Lion and Wolf Country’ workshop @ Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Regional Office
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm

SHERIDAN — Would you know how to react if you were hiking in the Bighorn Mountains and you suddenly came upon a mountain lion or if you were camping and a black bear wandered into your camp? How about if you suddenly encountered a wolf or grizzly bear while hiking in Yellowstone National Park?

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host “Staying Safe in Bear, Lion and Wolf Country” workshops at 7 p.m. March 30 at the Dayton Town Hall and at 7 p.m. March 31 at the WGFD Regional Office in Sheridan.

Information and tools will be provided to participants that they can use to avoid dangerous encounters and prevent future conflicts.

“There is potential for human interactions with black bears and mountain lions on the east side of the Bighorns,” Sheridan Wildlife Biologist Tim Thomas said. “The Game and Fish Department wants people to understand how to reduce the potential for conflicts ensuring the safety of both humans and the animals.”

Presentations will feature behavior and biology, safety and legal issues, and focus on what to do in an encounter situation. Demonstrations about the proper use of bear spray will be presented. Information will also be provided on how to reduce the likelihood of an unwanted encounter.

Seminars are free and open to people of all ages and skill levels.

For additional information, contact Bud Stewart at 672-7418.

Dayton Town Hall is located at 608 Broadway St. in Dayton.

The WGFD Regional Office is located at 700 Valley View in Sheridan.

Apr
4
Sat
Creating an Edible Landscape workshop @ Landon's Greenhouse and Nursery
Apr 4 @ 11:00 am

SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery will host two workshops focused on creating a beautiful — and edible — landscape and the basics of vegetable gardening on April 1.

“Creating the Edible Landscape” will be held at 11 a.m. In this workshop, participants will learn how to combine landscape principles with edible plants to create an outdoor landscape that is stunning and nourishing.

“Veggies 101” will be held at 1 p.m. This workshop will help those who are new to veggie gardening begin their adventure. The course will also be a good refresher for anyone wanting to review the basics in order to prepare for this year’s garden.

Participants will learn gardening basics, from soil to sun and fertilizer to fruition. They are invited to stick around to watch a few items be planted in Landon’s “Demo Garden” after the workshop.

Landon’s will also host its weekly farmers market from 9-11 a.m. Saturday.

A prize drawing will be held directly after the workshops for those who called and preregistered. For more information or to register, call 672-8340 or stop by the greenhouse.

Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery is located at 505 College Meadows Drive.

Veggies 101 workshop @ Landon's Greenhouse and Nursery
Apr 4 @ 1:00 pm

SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery will host two workshops focused on creating a beautiful — and edible — landscape and the basics of vegetable gardening on April 2.

“Creating the Edible Landscape” will be held at 11 a.m. In this workshop, participants will learn how to combine landscape principles with edible plants to create an outdoor landscape that is stunning and nourishing.

“Veggies 101” will be held at 1 p.m. This workshop will help those who are new to veggie gardening begin their adventure. The course will also be a good refresher for anyone wanting to review the basics in order to prepare for this year’s garden.

Participants will learn gardening basics, from soil to sun and fertilizer to fruition. They are invited to stick around to watch a few items be planted in Landon’s “Demo Garden” after the workshop.

Landon’s will also host its weekly farmers market from 9-11 a.m. Saturday.

A prize drawing will be held directly after the workshops for those who called and preregistered. For more information or to register, call 672-8340 or stop by the greenhouse.

Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery is located at 505 College Meadows Drive.

Apr
8
Wed
Casual Conversations in History @ Sheridan Senior Center
Apr 8 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

SHERIDAN — The next “Casual Conversations in History” discussion will focus on the “History of Horse Racing to Fair Grounds and Flour Mills of Sheridan County.”

The program will be held from 10-11 a.m. April 8 at the Sheridan Senior Center.

Historian Helen Laumann will lead the event.

“Casual Conversations in History” is sponsored by the Sheridan County Museum and the Sheridan Senior Center. Discussions are free and open to the public.

The Sheridan Senior Center is located at 211 Smith St.

Apr
10
Fri
Workshop with ceramic artist Kim Dickey @ Sheridan College Art Department
Apr 10 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

BIG HORN — The Brinton Museum, in partnership with Sheridan College, will host ceramic artist Kim Dickey for an evening lecture and workshop demonstration on Thursday and Friday.

Dickey is an art professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is known for her large-scale, sculptural pieces.

Dickey received her master of fine arts in ceramics from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. She has exhibited her work extensively throughout the United States and in group exhibitions in Canada, Germany, Australia, Japan and Taiwan. She has received numerous awards and fellowships.

Dickey was also represented in The Brinton Museum’s 2014 summer show “Flora and Fauna.”

The lecture will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 9, in The Brinton Museum’s Reception Galley.

A one-day workshop will be held on Friday, April 10, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the fine arts ceramics studio at the Sheridan College Art Department.

Both events are free and open to the public.

Dickey’s lecture and workshop are funded by a grant from the Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation.

The Brinton Museum is located at 239 Brinton Road in Big Horn. Sheridan College is located at 3059 Coffeen Ave. in Sheridan.

For more information, call The Brinton Museum at 672-3173 or visit thebrintonmuseum.org.

Apr
27
Mon
‘Philanthropy is…right next door’ community discussion @ Edward A. Whitney Academic Center Atrium at Sheridan College
Apr 27 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation, The Wyoming Community Foundation and Philanthropy Northwest are hosting an exploration of Wyoming philanthropy themed “Philanthropy is…right next door” on April 27 and 28.

The opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. April 27 in the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center Atrium at Sheridan College. It will celebrate the ways residents make the Sheridan community a place they are proud to call home.

On April 28, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Historic Sheridan Inn, participants will explore the role of philanthropy in community prosperity, philanthropy trends in Sheridan County, potential areas of growth and stories of community collaboration. The day will end with an update about Give Sheridan, a local effort to allow Sheridan citizens to support causes they care about.

Invited speakers include Lynn Ziegenbiem with the Peter Kiewit Foundation, Jeff Clarke with Philanthropy Northwest, Mary Garland with the Ellbogen Foundation, Mickey Babcock with the Equipoise Fund, Jay McGinnis with the YMCA and Homer A. & Mildred S. Scott Foundation and Jody Shields with the Wyoming Nonprofit Network.

The event is open to any organization, collective or individual committed to advancing the practice of philanthropy in the region including nonprofits, policy makers, governmental entities and the business community.

Registration is $50 and can be completed online at scottfoundation.org.

Sheridan College is located at 3059 Coffeen Ave.

The Historic Sheridan Inn is located at 856 Broadway St.

Apr
28
Tue
‘Philanthropy is…right next door’ community discussion @ Historica Sheridan Inn
Apr 28 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation, The Wyoming Community Foundation and Philanthropy Northwest are hosting an exploration of Wyoming philanthropy themed “Philanthropy is…right next door” on April 27 and 28.

The opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. April 27 in the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center Atrium at Sheridan College. It will celebrate the ways residents make the Sheridan community a place they are proud to call home.

On April 28, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Historic Sheridan Inn, participants will explore the role of philanthropy in community prosperity, philanthropy trends in Sheridan County, potential areas of growth and stories of community collaboration. The day will end with an update about Give Sheridan, a local effort to allow Sheridan citizens to support causes they care about.

Invited speakers include Lynn Ziegenbiem with the Peter Kiewit Foundation, Jeff Clarke with Philanthropy Northwest, Mary Garland with the Ellbogen Foundation, Mickey Babcock with the Equipoise Fund, Jay McGinnis with the YMCA and Homer A. & Mildred S. Scott Foundation and Jody Shields with the Wyoming Nonprofit Network.

The event is open to any organization, collective or individual committed to advancing the practice of philanthropy in the region including nonprofits, policy makers, governmental entities and the business community.

Registration is $50 and can be completed online at scottfoundation.org.

Sheridan College is located at 3059 Coffeen Ave.

The Historic Sheridan Inn is located at 856 Broadway St.

May
18
Mon
Ranch Sustainability Forum @ Sheridan College
May 18 – May 20 all-day

SHERIDAN — The second annual Ranch Sustainability Forum will be held May 18-20 in Sheridan.

The forum seeks to provide informational resources and tools for ranch stakeholders that will help provide healthy and sustainable ranches in 2020 and beyond.

The keynote address will be given by Nina Teicholz, author of “The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese belong in a Healthy Diet.”

Beginning at 9 a.m. on May 18, Whit Hibbard will teach a course on “Low Stress Livestock Handling.” The course will continue on May 19. The cost is $40 for two days or $25 for one day.

On May 19, activities will include a class on practical software for ranching, an open house at the University of Wyoming Ag Experiment Station, dinner with the keynote speaker and a presentation by Wayne Fahsholtz of the Padlock Ranch on beef marketing trends. The dinner and keynote address cost $30.

On May 20, a symposium will be held beginning at 9 a.m. that will feature a variety of speakers and topics including hiring and retaining top talent, extending weaning for overwintered calves, keys to healthy ranch businesses and more. The symposium will cost $30.

Events will be held at Sheridan College, located at 3059 Coffeen Ave.

For reservations, call Lisa at the Padlock Ranch at 655-2264 or email lisa@padlockranch.com.

To purchase tickets and view an agenda, visit agwingroup.com/ranch-sustainability-forum-agenda/.

May
20
Wed
Cyberprotection workshop @ Powder Horn Clubhouse
May 20 @ 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

SHERIDAN — Forward Sheridan and the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce have organized a training session on cyberprotection for local businesses.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation will bring in three experts to speak about their strategies for cyberprotection from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. May 20 at the Powder Horn Clubhouse.

Forward Sheridan and the Chamber of Commerce realize that costs for health care and cyberprotection insurances are escalating. Officials hope the workshop will address some of the issues that drive those costs.

The training session is free.

To register, call Forward Sheridan at 673-8004 or email denver.infragard@ic.fbi.gov.

The Powder Horn Clubhouse is located at 23 Country Club Lane.

May
30
Sat
Amsden Creek field trip with the Bighorn Native Plant Society @ Meet at Kmart parking lot and caravan to Amsden Creek area
May 30 @ 8:00 am

SHERIDAN — Bob Giurgevich will lead a field trip to the Amsden Creek area on May 30 for the Bighorn Native Plant Society.

The Bighorn Mountains are renowned for their wildflower displays, and the trip will involve identifying spring flora in the Amsden Creek area.

The field trip is free and open to the public.

Those interested in attending should meet at 8 a.m. at the recycling bins located in the Kmart parking lot on North Main Street. Participants will then caravan to Amsden Creek.

Participants should bring a sack lunch or snacks and plenty of water.

The Bighorn Native Plant Society was established in 2000 as a nonprofit organization “dedicated to encouraging the appreciation and conservation of native flora and plant communities in the Bighorn Mountains and adjacent plains.”

For more information call Giurgevich at 672-5064.

Jun
3
Wed
2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show @ Sheridan Holiday Inn
Jun 3 all-day

SHERIDAN — The 2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show will be held June 3-6 at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan. With a theme of “Nuts and Bolts of Your Industry,” the convention will focus on understanding the behind-the-scenes work done by national and state organizations.

The annual convention is hosted by the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and is open to members and non-members.

The convention will feature presentations about various organizations, agencies, the University of Wyoming and Sheridan College as well as important issues in Wyoming agriculture.

Highlights include:

  • a presentation by Miss Wyoming 2014, Jessie Allen, and Sen. Dave Kinskey, R-Sheridan, on “Leading for Wyoming Agriculture” on June 4
  • a “Nuts and Bolts of State Agencies” panel discussion on June 4
  • a Cattlemen’s Club luncheon on June 4
  • discussions and annual reports by various beef associations and councils on June 5
  • discussion of generational ranch transfers by several Sheridan attorneys
  • addresses by State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Gov. Matt Mead
  • a panel on sage grouse on June 5
  • a dinner banquet on June 5 featuring Dave Munsick
  • a Roundup Breakfast on June 6 with congressional representatives

Find a full schedule of events and more information online at wysga.org, call 307-638-3942 or email info@wysga.org.

Jun
4
Thu
2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show @ Sheridan Holiday Inn
Jun 4 all-day

SHERIDAN — The 2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show will be held June 3-6 at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan. With a theme of “Nuts and Bolts of Your Industry,” the convention will focus on understanding the behind-the-scenes work done by national and state organizations.

The annual convention is hosted by the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and is open to members and non-members.

The convention will feature presentations about various organizations, agencies, the University of Wyoming and Sheridan College as well as important issues in Wyoming agriculture.

Highlights include:

  • a presentation by Miss Wyoming 2014, Jessie Allen, and Sen. Dave Kinskey, R-Sheridan, on “Leading for Wyoming Agriculture” on June 4
  • a “Nuts and Bolts of State Agencies” panel discussion on June 4
  • a Cattlemen’s Club luncheon on June 4
  • discussions and annual reports by various beef associations and councils on June 5
  • discussion of generational ranch transfers by several Sheridan attorneys
  • addresses by State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Gov. Matt Mead
  • a panel on sage grouse on June 5
  • a dinner banquet on June 5 featuring Dave Munsick
  • a Roundup Breakfast on June 6 with congressional representatives

Find a full schedule of events and more information online at wysga.org, call 307-638-3942 or email info@wysga.org.

Jun
5
Fri
2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show @ Sheridan Holiday Inn
Jun 5 all-day

SHERIDAN — The 2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show will be held June 3-6 at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan. With a theme of “Nuts and Bolts of Your Industry,” the convention will focus on understanding the behind-the-scenes work done by national and state organizations.

The annual convention is hosted by the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and is open to members and non-members.

The convention will feature presentations about various organizations, agencies, the University of Wyoming and Sheridan College as well as important issues in Wyoming agriculture.

Highlights include:

  • a presentation by Miss Wyoming 2014, Jessie Allen, and Sen. Dave Kinskey, R-Sheridan, on “Leading for Wyoming Agriculture” on June 4
  • a “Nuts and Bolts of State Agencies” panel discussion on June 4
  • a Cattlemen’s Club luncheon on June 4
  • discussions and annual reports by various beef associations and councils on June 5
  • discussion of generational ranch transfers by several Sheridan attorneys
  • addresses by State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Gov. Matt Mead
  • a panel on sage grouse on June 5
  • a dinner banquet on June 5 featuring Dave Munsick
  • a Roundup Breakfast on June 6 with congressional representatives

Find a full schedule of events and more information online at wysga.org, call 307-638-3942 or email info@wysga.org.

Jun
6
Sat
2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show @ Sheridan Holiday Inn
Jun 6 all-day

SHERIDAN — The 2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show will be held June 3-6 at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan. With a theme of “Nuts and Bolts of Your Industry,” the convention will focus on understanding the behind-the-scenes work done by national and state organizations.

The annual convention is hosted by the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and is open to members and non-members.

The convention will feature presentations about various organizations, agencies, the University of Wyoming and Sheridan College as well as important issues in Wyoming agriculture.

Highlights include:

  • a presentation by Miss Wyoming 2014, Jessie Allen, and Sen. Dave Kinskey, R-Sheridan, on “Leading for Wyoming Agriculture” on June 4
  • a “Nuts and Bolts of State Agencies” panel discussion on June 4
  • a Cattlemen’s Club luncheon on June 4
  • discussions and annual reports by various beef associations and councils on June 5
  • discussion of generational ranch transfers by several Sheridan attorneys
  • addresses by State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Gov. Matt Mead
  • a panel on sage grouse on June 5
  • a dinner banquet on June 5 featuring Dave Munsick
  • a Roundup Breakfast on June 6 with congressional representatives

Find a full schedule of events and more information online at wysga.org, call 307-638-3942 or email info@wysga.org.