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Sep
28
Wed
‘Building Brains’ activity set for Wednesday @ Sheridan Senior Center
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

SHERIDAN — “Building Brains!” is a fun, hands-on activity to learn about the science of early childhood that take place Wednesday from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Sheridan Senior Center.

The Brain Architecture Game is a tabletop game experience that builds understanding of the powerful role of experiences on early brain development.

Topics for the event will include: what promotes brain development, what derails it and with what consequence for society.

The concepts set the stage for understanding the role of a community in helping kids achieve lifelong health.

Attendees will receive a light supper and STARS credits.

To RSVP for the event, see the following website: http://centerile.org/all-events.

The Sheridan Senior Center is located at 211 Smith St.

Chamber Coffee in Dayton set for Sept. 28 @ Dayton Mercantile
Sep 28 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Chamber’s Business Reception and Expansion Committee will host a community-focused round table discussion over coffee on Wednesday at 8 a.m. at the Dayton Mercantile.

The discussion is for those who are interested in current issues and happenings in Dayton, Ranchester and Sheridan County.

The event is free and open to the public.

For more information, call the Sheridan County Chamber at 672-2485.

The Dayton Mercantile is located at 408 Main St. in Dayton.

Oct
5
Wed
Food Expo will show ‘Story of Compost’ Wednesday @ Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library
Oct 5 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The fifth annual Sheridan Local Foods Expo will take place Oct. 5-9.

The Expo supports and demonstrates the health and economic benefits of local foods by including educational sessions, workshops and networking for large and small scale producers, backyard gardeners and local food enthusiasts.

“Our goal is to partner with individuals, businesses and organizations to help put together a festive, educational event that is an incubator of ideas and a place for networking, partnership and future action around a statewide sustainable food economy in Wyoming,” Bonnie Gregory, committee organizer said.

“This is a growing and fundraising year for us and monies raised will go toward expenses, future expo events, workshops and youth outreach. We are excited to help support some of the youth organizations within our community that reinforce our vision, like 4-H, FFA and school garden initiatives. To have a successful producer culture in our state, we must first work on educating and supporting our children,” Gregory added.

To kick off the Expo, there will be a premier screening of the PBS Farm to Fork episode “Compost.”

The event will begin at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library at 5:30 p.m. with a reception. The film will begin at 6:30 p.m. and a question and answer session will immediately follow the film.

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is located at 335 W. Alger St.

Oct
6
Thu
Food Expo will show ‘Story of Compost’ Wednesday @ Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library
Oct 6 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The fifth annual Sheridan Local Foods Expo will take place Oct. 5-9.

The Expo supports and demonstrates the health and economic benefits of local foods by including educational sessions, workshops and networking for large and small scale producers, backyard gardeners and local food enthusiasts.

“Our goal is to partner with individuals, businesses and organizations to help put together a festive, educational event that is an incubator of ideas and a place for networking, partnership and future action around a statewide sustainable food economy in Wyoming,” Bonnie Gregory, committee organizer said.

“This is a growing and fundraising year for us and monies raised will go toward expenses, future expo events, workshops and youth outreach. We are excited to help support some of the youth organizations within our community that reinforce our vision, like 4-H, FFA and school garden initiatives. To have a successful producer culture in our state, we must first work on educating and supporting our children,” Gregory added.

To kick off the Expo, there will be a premier screening of the PBS Farm to Fork episode “Compost.”

The event will begin at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library at 5:30 p.m. with a reception. The film will begin at 6:30 p.m. and a question and answer session will immediately follow the film.

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is located at 335 W. Alger St.

Oct
7
Fri
Food Expo will show ‘Story of Compost’ Wednesday @ Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library
Oct 7 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The fifth annual Sheridan Local Foods Expo will take place Oct. 5-9.

The Expo supports and demonstrates the health and economic benefits of local foods by including educational sessions, workshops and networking for large and small scale producers, backyard gardeners and local food enthusiasts.

“Our goal is to partner with individuals, businesses and organizations to help put together a festive, educational event that is an incubator of ideas and a place for networking, partnership and future action around a statewide sustainable food economy in Wyoming,” Bonnie Gregory, committee organizer said.

“This is a growing and fundraising year for us and monies raised will go toward expenses, future expo events, workshops and youth outreach. We are excited to help support some of the youth organizations within our community that reinforce our vision, like 4-H, FFA and school garden initiatives. To have a successful producer culture in our state, we must first work on educating and supporting our children,” Gregory added.

To kick off the Expo, there will be a premier screening of the PBS Farm to Fork episode “Compost.”

The event will begin at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library at 5:30 p.m. with a reception. The film will begin at 6:30 p.m. and a question and answer session will immediately follow the film.

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is located at 335 W. Alger St.

Oct
8
Sat
Food Expo to include Farmers Market Fall Festival @ Sheridan College.
Oct 8 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Farmers Market Fall Festival will take place Oct. 8 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Sheridan College.

The event will include an array of producers, artisans and informational booths. Music will be provided by Crook Mountain. There will be apple pressing, a pumpkin patch, exhibits and a pie baking contest. A discussion panel on Local Food in Sheridan, “Eating, Growing and Selling Sheridan” will take place at 11:30 a.m. in the Atrium.

For more information, call Clarke McClung at 751-7846.

Library to host Indie Author Day Saturday @ Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library
Oct 8 @ 11:30 am – 2:00 pm

SHERIDAN — Are you interested in self-publishing? Do you want to see works that other writers in the community have completed? Stop by the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library on Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. to celebrate Indie Author Day and speak with authors who have taken the leap into self-publishing.

The event is designed to bring local writing communities together to participate in author panels, presentations and more. The program is free and open to the public and all ages are welcome. Writers of all levels are encouraged to participate.

Indie Author Day activities include:

• 11:30-11:55 a.m. — Brief introduction, light lunch and informal discussion

• Noon to 1 p.m. — A digital broadcasting of the live panel presentation featuring industry leaders Jon Fine, previously from Amazon; Robin Cutler of IngramSpark; Kiera Parrot of Library Journal; Library Journal 2012 Mover and Shaker Jim Blanton of Louisville Free Public Library; and the 2016 Black Caucus of the American Library Association Literary Ebook Award recipient L. Penelope.

• 1-2 p.m. — Panel discussion and Q&A with five local authors (Abbie Johnson Taylor, Joan Feagins, Susan K. Smith, Christine Valentine and Rose Hill) who will discuss their experiences with self-publishing including any challenges encountered.

• 2-2:30 p.m. – Authors may choose to stay to sign copies of their books.

For more information, contact Cameron Duff or see the Indie Author Day website at www.indieauthorday.com.

Food Expo will show ‘Story of Compost’ Wednesday @ Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library
Oct 8 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The fifth annual Sheridan Local Foods Expo will take place Oct. 5-9.

The Expo supports and demonstrates the health and economic benefits of local foods by including educational sessions, workshops and networking for large and small scale producers, backyard gardeners and local food enthusiasts.

“Our goal is to partner with individuals, businesses and organizations to help put together a festive, educational event that is an incubator of ideas and a place for networking, partnership and future action around a statewide sustainable food economy in Wyoming,” Bonnie Gregory, committee organizer said.

“This is a growing and fundraising year for us and monies raised will go toward expenses, future expo events, workshops and youth outreach. We are excited to help support some of the youth organizations within our community that reinforce our vision, like 4-H, FFA and school garden initiatives. To have a successful producer culture in our state, we must first work on educating and supporting our children,” Gregory added.

To kick off the Expo, there will be a premier screening of the PBS Farm to Fork episode “Compost.”

The event will begin at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library at 5:30 p.m. with a reception. The film will begin at 6:30 p.m. and a question and answer session will immediately follow the film.

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is located at 335 W. Alger St.

Oct
9
Sun
Food Expo to host farm tours @ Sheridan College.
Oct 9 all-day

SHERIDAN — The fifth annual Sheridan Local Foods Expo farm tours will take place Oct. 9 at Sheridan College.

The Expo will support and demonstrate the health and economic benefits of local foods by including educational sessions, workshops and networking for large and small scale producers, backyard gardeners and local food enthusiasts.

“Our goal is to partner with individuals, businesses and organizations to help put together a festive, educational event that is an incubator of ideas and a place for networking, partnership and future action around a statewide sustainable food economy in Wyoming,” said Bonnie Gregory, committee organizer.

Farm tours will be filled include local producers’ farms and greenhouses. All activities will be open to the public. For more information, contact Clarke McClung 751-7846.

Food Expo will show ‘Story of Compost’ Wednesday @ Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library
Oct 9 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The fifth annual Sheridan Local Foods Expo will take place Oct. 5-9.

The Expo supports and demonstrates the health and economic benefits of local foods by including educational sessions, workshops and networking for large and small scale producers, backyard gardeners and local food enthusiasts.

“Our goal is to partner with individuals, businesses and organizations to help put together a festive, educational event that is an incubator of ideas and a place for networking, partnership and future action around a statewide sustainable food economy in Wyoming,” Bonnie Gregory, committee organizer said.

“This is a growing and fundraising year for us and monies raised will go toward expenses, future expo events, workshops and youth outreach. We are excited to help support some of the youth organizations within our community that reinforce our vision, like 4-H, FFA and school garden initiatives. To have a successful producer culture in our state, we must first work on educating and supporting our children,” Gregory added.

To kick off the Expo, there will be a premier screening of the PBS Farm to Fork episode “Compost.”

The event will begin at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library at 5:30 p.m. with a reception. The film will begin at 6:30 p.m. and a question and answer session will immediately follow the film.

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is located at 335 W. Alger St.

Oct
11
Tue
Senior Center to host candidate forum @ Sheridan Senior Center
Oct 11 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Senior Center will host a forum for candidates for Sheridan City Council and Sheridan mayor from 9:30-11 a.m. on Tuesday. All forums will begin with a 30-minute time to mingle. Refreshments will include coffee and pie.

The time to mingle will be followed by an hour of questions for the candidates.

For more information, contact Heather Comstock at 752-9111.

Sheridan Senior Center is located at 211 Smith St.

Chamber to host candidate forum @ Sheridan High School
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host a candidate forum on Oct. 11-12 from 7-8 p.m. at Sue Henry Auditorium at Sheridan High School.

Candidates for U.S. Congress, Sheridan City Council, Sheridan mayor, Sheridan County Commission and the Wyoming Legislature will participate Oct. 11. Candidates for school boards will participate Oct. 12. Each candidate will be give an introduction and outline initiatives, concerns or platforms. There will also be a question and answer section.

For more information, contact Karen Myers at 672-2485. Sheridan High School is located at 1056 Long Drive.

Oct
12
Wed
Chamber to host candidate forum @ Sheridan High School
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host a candidate forum on Oct. 11-12 from 7-8 p.m. at Sue Henry Auditorium at Sheridan High School.

Candidates for U.S. Congress, Sheridan City Council, Sheridan mayor, Sheridan County Commission and the Wyoming Legislature will participate Oct. 11. Candidates for school boards will participate Oct. 12. Each candidate will be give an introduction and outline initiatives, concerns or platforms. There will also be a question and answer section.

For more information, contact Karen Myers at 672-2485. Sheridan High School is located at 1056 Long Drive.

Oct
17
Mon
Dayton candidate forum Oct. 17 @ Tongue River Valley Community Center
Oct 17 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

SHERIDAN — Tongue River Valley Community Center will host a Dayton candidate forum on Monday from 6:30-7:30 p.m.

The candidate forum will include members from the school board and town council.

Attendees are encouraged to come, learn and make an informed vote for election day Nov. 8.

For more information, call the Tongue River Valley Community 655-9418. The Dayton location for the community center is located at 1100 U.S. Highway 14 in Dayton.

Oct
22
Sat
Sparkle and Shine pageant workshop set for Oct. 22 @ Barn in Big Horn
Oct 22 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Sparkle and Shine Pageant Workshop will take place Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. at The Barn in Big Horn.

The pageant workshop is geared toward girls between the ages of 2-17 along with a parent. Attendees will learn the ins and outs of pageants, build interview skills, learn makeup and hair tips, be photographed for headshots, gain self-esteem, practice the pageant walk, participate in a swap shop and learn how to shine on stage.

There will be two sessions offered. The cost for a mini-session is $35 for ages 10 and younger. A full session for ages 10 and older is $45.

Participants can meet current and former Miss Wyoming and Miss Wyoming’s Outstanding Teen.

For more information, email misswyoutstandingteen@gmail.com.

The Barn in Big Horn is located at 228 Johnson St.

Oct
24
Mon
American Indian Storytellers featured at The Brinton @ Brinton Museum
Oct 24 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The Brinton Museum will host an American Indian cultural sharing and storytelling event during the week of Oct. 24-27.

Speakers will include Mardell Hogan Plainfeather and Vernon Whiteman of the Crow Nation and Linwood Tall Bull of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

Mardell Hogan Plainfeather will present an evening session open to the public at 7 p.m. on Oct. 27 in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery. Museum members, children and American Indians with tribal identification are admitted free of charge; admission for non-members is $5. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for the evening session.

Mardell Hogan Plainfeather is a respected Crow historian and artist, and recently retired as a Plains Indian Historian with the National Park Service at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Plainfeather has also been a field director of the American Indian Tribal Histories Project at the Western Heritage Center in Billings, Montana.

Vernon Whiteman is a descendant of Apsaálooke holy men Medicine Crow and Little Nest. He resides in Lodge Grass, Montana.

Linwood Tall Bull is an instructor at Chief Dull Knife Tribal College in Lame Deer, Montana. He is a member of a venerated traditionalist Northern Cheyenne family and is a leader of the Dog Soldier society, one of the four Cheyenne sacred warrior societies.

The Brinton Museum holds and exhibits a significant collection of American Indian artifacts, many of which are of Crow and Cheyenne origin.

An important part of the museum’s mission as an educational institution preserving the art and history of the West is to share and promote knowledge about American Indian cultural heritage and history. The American Indian cultural sharing and storytelling programs are offered in response to a request by The Brinton Museum’s American Indian Advisory Council.

The Brinton Museum is located at 239 Brinton Road in Big Horn.

Oct
25
Tue
American Indian Storytellers featured at The Brinton @ Brinton Museum
Oct 25 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The Brinton Museum will host an American Indian cultural sharing and storytelling event during the week of Oct. 24-27.

Speakers will include Mardell Hogan Plainfeather and Vernon Whiteman of the Crow Nation and Linwood Tall Bull of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

Mardell Hogan Plainfeather will present an evening session open to the public at 7 p.m. on Oct. 27 in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery. Museum members, children and American Indians with tribal identification are admitted free of charge; admission for non-members is $5. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for the evening session.

Mardell Hogan Plainfeather is a respected Crow historian and artist, and recently retired as a Plains Indian Historian with the National Park Service at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Plainfeather has also been a field director of the American Indian Tribal Histories Project at the Western Heritage Center in Billings, Montana.

Vernon Whiteman is a descendant of Apsaálooke holy men Medicine Crow and Little Nest. He resides in Lodge Grass, Montana.

Linwood Tall Bull is an instructor at Chief Dull Knife Tribal College in Lame Deer, Montana. He is a member of a venerated traditionalist Northern Cheyenne family and is a leader of the Dog Soldier society, one of the four Cheyenne sacred warrior societies.

The Brinton Museum holds and exhibits a significant collection of American Indian artifacts, many of which are of Crow and Cheyenne origin.

An important part of the museum’s mission as an educational institution preserving the art and history of the West is to share and promote knowledge about American Indian cultural heritage and history. The American Indian cultural sharing and storytelling programs are offered in response to a request by The Brinton Museum’s American Indian Advisory Council.

The Brinton Museum is located at 239 Brinton Road in Big Horn.

Oct
26
Wed
Chamber Coffee in Story set for Wednesday @ Wagon Box Inn
Oct 26 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Business Reception and Expansion Committee will host a community-focused roundtable discussion over coffee on Wednesday at 8 a.m. at the Wagon Box Inn.

The discussion is for those who are interested in current issues and happenings in the Story area and Sheridan County.

The event is free and open to the public.

For more information, call the Sheridan County Chamber at 672-2485.

The Wagon Box Inn is located at 103 North Piney Road in Story.

Free law clinic planned for Wednesday @ Sheridan Senior Center
Oct 26 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Bar Association will host a Law Night on Wednesday from 5-7:30 p.m. at the Sheridan Senior Center in honor of the National Celebrate Pro Bono Week.

Law Night is a free legal advice clinic that will provide the public with brief, one-on-one, initial consultations on any civil (non-criminal) issue such as personal injury, landlord/tenant disputes, divorce or child custody, estate planning and more.

Sheridan County Bar Association attorneys will donate their time to meet with clients to help with any legal need that they may have.

Appointments are necessary for the event. To schedule an appointment, attendees should call Equal Justice Wyoming at 777-8383.

“Attorneys, locally and all over Wyoming, commit to pro bono work because many of us believe it is not only an honor, but also one of our professional obligations,” said Christopher Sherwood, local attorney and President of the Sheridan County Bar Association. “It is opportunities like Pro Bono Night that allow local attorneys to come together in a forum that provides some insight and direction to our neighbors in the community on a wide range of legal matters.”

For more information, contact Christopher Sherwood at 674-7451 or Liz Hutchinson at 777-8383.

The Sheridan Senior Center is located at 211 Smith St.

American Indian Storytellers featured at The Brinton @ Brinton Museum
Oct 26 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The Brinton Museum will host an American Indian cultural sharing and storytelling event during the week of Oct. 24-27.

Speakers will include Mardell Hogan Plainfeather and Vernon Whiteman of the Crow Nation and Linwood Tall Bull of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

Mardell Hogan Plainfeather will present an evening session open to the public at 7 p.m. on Oct. 27 in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery. Museum members, children and American Indians with tribal identification are admitted free of charge; admission for non-members is $5. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for the evening session.

Mardell Hogan Plainfeather is a respected Crow historian and artist, and recently retired as a Plains Indian Historian with the National Park Service at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Plainfeather has also been a field director of the American Indian Tribal Histories Project at the Western Heritage Center in Billings, Montana.

Vernon Whiteman is a descendant of Apsaálooke holy men Medicine Crow and Little Nest. He resides in Lodge Grass, Montana.

Linwood Tall Bull is an instructor at Chief Dull Knife Tribal College in Lame Deer, Montana. He is a member of a venerated traditionalist Northern Cheyenne family and is a leader of the Dog Soldier society, one of the four Cheyenne sacred warrior societies.

The Brinton Museum holds and exhibits a significant collection of American Indian artifacts, many of which are of Crow and Cheyenne origin.

An important part of the museum’s mission as an educational institution preserving the art and history of the West is to share and promote knowledge about American Indian cultural heritage and history. The American Indian cultural sharing and storytelling programs are offered in response to a request by The Brinton Museum’s American Indian Advisory Council.

The Brinton Museum is located at 239 Brinton Road in Big Horn.

Oct
27
Thu
American Indian Storytellers featured at The Brinton @ Brinton Museum
Oct 27 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The Brinton Museum will host an American Indian cultural sharing and storytelling event during the week of Oct. 24-27.

Speakers will include Mardell Hogan Plainfeather and Vernon Whiteman of the Crow Nation and Linwood Tall Bull of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

Mardell Hogan Plainfeather will present an evening session open to the public at 7 p.m. on Oct. 27 in the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery. Museum members, children and American Indians with tribal identification are admitted free of charge; admission for non-members is $5. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for the evening session.

Mardell Hogan Plainfeather is a respected Crow historian and artist, and recently retired as a Plains Indian Historian with the National Park Service at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Plainfeather has also been a field director of the American Indian Tribal Histories Project at the Western Heritage Center in Billings, Montana.

Vernon Whiteman is a descendant of Apsaálooke holy men Medicine Crow and Little Nest. He resides in Lodge Grass, Montana.

Linwood Tall Bull is an instructor at Chief Dull Knife Tribal College in Lame Deer, Montana. He is a member of a venerated traditionalist Northern Cheyenne family and is a leader of the Dog Soldier society, one of the four Cheyenne sacred warrior societies.

The Brinton Museum holds and exhibits a significant collection of American Indian artifacts, many of which are of Crow and Cheyenne origin.

An important part of the museum’s mission as an educational institution preserving the art and history of the West is to share and promote knowledge about American Indian cultural heritage and history. The American Indian cultural sharing and storytelling programs are offered in response to a request by The Brinton Museum’s American Indian Advisory Council.

The Brinton Museum is located at 239 Brinton Road in Big Horn.

Nov
2
Wed
Eagles #186 to host candidate forum @ Eagles #186
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Eagles #186 will host a forum for candidates for city, county and state positions from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday. 

Each candidate will have five minutes to address the audience. A question and answer period will follow between the candidates and audience members.

For more information, contact Mona Hansen at 672- 9578 or 751-5626.

Eagles #186 is located at 850 N. Main St.

Nov
9
Wed
CVC to host workshop on dementia friendly community @ The Sheridan Senior Center
Nov 9 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

SHERIDAN — The Center for a Vital Community at Sheridan College and Sheridan Senior Center will host a meeting and short work session for the five initiatives that came out of Creating a Dementia Friendly Community Study Circles last fall.  

The workshop will be held Wednesday from 3:30-5 p.m. in the Sheridan Senior Center dining room.

The five initiatives include:

• Dementia friends creating communities where people living with dementia feel accepted and understood. This involves training everyone from neighbors to waiters to clerks about dementia, how it affects people’s lives and how they can make a positive difference to people living with dementia in our county. 

• Community strategic planning for dementia friendly physical spaces encouraging meaningful activity and social interaction while reducing risks and providing quiet, safe spaces.

This also includes researching the inventory of facilities that care for dementia patients. 

• Building a health care continuum for dementia needs assuring integration of care across health and social services. This might encompass recruiting elder care professionals, providing ongoing education on eldercare and dementia for all health care professionals and promoting cognitive screenings, especially for early diagnosis.

• Support center(s) and navigators  where those living with dementia and their families can receive initial and ongoing support. It could either be a central place or several locations where trained volunteers can help guide those living with dementia and their caregivers to appropriate resources and navigate whatever processes are involved. 

• Caregiver support and respite  involving, including and caring for those living with dementia. That might look like support groups in outlying communities, short break programs and expanded senior companion programs.

Since the Senior Center was recently awarded a $1.1 million federal grant supporting the Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia Initiative, the Study Circles committee members and anyone else who is interested, will be learning what the next steps are and how they can help.

Everyone is invited to attend, regardless if they have been involved in the past.

The Sheridan Senior Center is located at 211 Smith St.

Nov
12
Sat
Worlds of Music events set for Nov. 10-12 @ Bomber Mountain Civic Center
Nov 12 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

SHERIDAN — The Worlds of Music will present Basque music with Ospa from Nov. 10-12 in Buffalo. The performances will showcase new and old Basque music of Wyoming and the Basque Country.

All events will take place in Buffalo and performances will include:

• A music and discussion session at the Buffalo Senior Center on Nov. 10 from 12:45-1:45 p.m. The Buffalo Senior Center is located at 671 W. Fetterman St. The event is free and open to the public.

• A Basque dinner at the American Legion Hall on Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. The American Legion Hall is located at 18 Veterans Ave. The dinner costs $50 per plate and can be purchased by calling Liz Camino at 620-0805. Proceeds go to support the Bighorn Basque Club’s sponsorship of the North American Basque Organization’s National Festival from July 21-23, 2017.

• A workshop at Bomber Mountain Civic Center on Nov. 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Bomber Mountain Civic Center is located at 63 N. Burritt St. in Buffalo. Then from 8-10:30 p.m. a dance at Cowboy Carousel Center, located at 59 N. Lobban Ave. The event is free and open to the public.

For more information, call David Romtvedt at 217-2812.

Nov
15
Tue
‘COPE’ program begins Nov. 15 @ Frackelton’s
Nov 15 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

SHERIDAN — COPE, “Counseling in Overcoming Painful Emotions,” directed by Judy Olson will begin a nine-week program on Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Frackelton’s.

COPE is an aftercare program designed to help participants deal with overcoming the loss of a loved one and gain support from others in the community experiencing the same type of grief. The event is sponsored by Kane Funeral Home.

For more information or reservations, contact Judy Olson at 672-3336.

Frackelton’s is located at 55 N. Main St.

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