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Alternative Art

Heat induced fusion, protective gear, industrial technique and inherent danger are not terms typically associated with fine art. But, if you are a practitioner of the industrial arts it should sound about right.

Artist Profile Teka Brock

Meet Teka Brock. A homegrown girl from West Glendive, Mont., Brock came to Sheridan for the rodeo and stayed for the music. As lead singer, manager and booking agent for the Teka Brock Band, along with many other hats she wears, Brock keeps busy but stays connected to the artistic community in Sheridan that has [...]

Big Horn Country USA camping and music festival

Back for a second year and promising to be bigger and better, the Big Horn Country USA camping and music festival will draw crowds from around the region for three days of music, food and dancing. Last year’s festival featured Lady Antebellum, Big and Rich and more. This year’s lineup includes Keith Urban, The Band [...]

Big Horn Mountain Festival

It's a weekend of bluegrass and folk music as the lights come up on the 11th annual Bighorn Mountain Festival July 10-12. The festival showcases folk, bluegrass, Americana old-time and acoustic music. One of this year’s feature artists is Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives. Other featured artists include the John Anderson Banc, Crary, Evans [...]

Big Horn Polo Clubs

It’s an opportunity for tourists and locals alike to put on their sun hats and polo shirts and enjoy a genteel afternoon cheering on a sport that has thrived below the Bighorn Mountains for more than 120 years. Polo began in Sheridan on July 4, 1893, at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in a game witnessed [...]

Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run

There’s a reason the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run is one of the summer’s most popular events in Sheridan County. It’s all in the name. Ultrarunning has become one of the nation’s fastest-growing sports. According to UltraRunning Magazine, the number of races in the U.S. and Canada jumped from 293 in 2004 to [...]

Carriage House Theater and Civic Theater Guild

Housed in the former horse stables for a founding family in Sheridan, the Carriage House Theater is an intimate venue for local musical and theatrical events. The theater is the primary home of the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild, which has brought homegrown entertainment to the community since 1956. It also hosts live music, productions from [...]

Collection: Native American artifacts on display at The Brinton Museum

Sheridan County is surrounded by Native American culture. The Crow call the Bighorn Mountains “Basawaxaawúua,” or “our mountains.” One of the most famous battles, the Battle of the Little Bighorn, was fought only one hour’s drive away. To the east of Sheridan, a half dozen tribes revere the Black Hills and Devils Tower as one of [...]

Don King Days

Each year over Labor Day weekend hundreds of spectators flock to the Big Horn Equestrian Center in Big Horn in search of a piece of the past at Don King Days. Named for the late, world-renowned saddle-maker Don King, the annual event provides a fitting finale to the summer’s action-packed festivities. Don King Days, a [...]

Don King Museum

King’s Saddlery and King Ropes go hand-in-hand with Sheridan’s Western heritage, providing a complete western tack store to outfit true-blue cowboys and cowgirls from around the region, as well as visitors from around the world seeking to look the part and take home a bit of Wyoming. Attached to the rope shop on Main Street [...]

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