Be a part of the 2019 Home and Garden edition that will run in the Basin, Greybull and Lovell papers. Call 568-2458.
The Burlington Schools:
High School Track Meet
May 4, 9 a.m. Volunteers needed. Call Mike Aagard at 272-9299 if you can help.
Grades kindergarten and up are invited to a 307 Rocks class, Friday-April 19, 12:30 - 2 p.m. at the Greybull Library. The cost is $3. Please register by April 1. Participants will choose, design and paint a rock. The artist may choose to hide the stone around the community for someone else to find or keep the stone. Contact the Greybull Rec at 765-9575. Kick boxing cardio classes 5:30 a.m. Mon., Weds. and Friday. For ages 15 and up. Dog training and behavior class, April 26. Sign up by April 19.
GOOD FRIDAY CHURCH SERVICE
Friday April 19th 6:30 PM
Bennett Creek Church, Clark
EARLY EASTER SERVICE
8:30AM at the cemetery facing the hills to be followed by breakfast at Bennett Creek Church--Potluck-- Church will provide the meat and beverage, you provide the rest. Morning worship at 11:15AM
Friday April 26th-7PM
Saturday April 27th-2PM & 7PM
Come travel to ancient China to see a young girl blossom into a warrior who honors her family and her country.
Musical appropriate for all ages.
Spring is here! Get your toes ready for your summer flip flops. Make your reservation today and get it on your calendar for this fun DōTERRA Essential Oils DIY Make and Take FOOT SCRUB on April 27th at 10:30 AM at 1135 East Monroe, Powell, WY. Call Janelle Paris at 307-898-2351 to RSVP
Did you know that the Yellowstone Arboretum at ZooMontana is only one of two arboretums in Montana certified by the ArbNet Organization? Join us as we celebrate Arbor Day and plant some new trees at the Zoo.
*Educational information on trees and the Yellowstone Arboretum
*Bird feeder making for the kids
Regular Zoo admission and FREE for members.
Call 406.652.8100 for more information.
Field to Table events will highlight WWF's state-based conservation work and feature food from local chefs and vendors like Laughing Pig Catering + door prizes and auction items from our partners including First Lite, Hunt to Eat, Fang Mountain, and Weatherby.
We aim to engage a diverse audience around common goals and issues within the wildlife and habitat conservation space, bringing people together over local food and celebrating local, community-based conservation efforts. These events are open to all members of the public and your donation for admission goes directly to WWF programs and campaigns that support, inform, and engage the public on conservation issues affecting their local communities and ecologies.Please join us at an event near you.
$30 donation admission includes | Branded stainless steal pint glass and two free specialty drink tickets. Additonal raffle items and drink options will be availible for purchase. Small bites from Laughing Pig Catering provided free of charge!
Saturday May 18th Noon
Bennett Creek Church, Clark
Doors open at 11AM so you can shop the vendors. Luncheon is a make your own "Chef's Salad" Buffet starts at 12 Noon. The event is over by 2:30PM. Held at the Bennett Creek Church Fellowship Hall. Vendors with faith based products, door prizes, mission moment, special music. Come enjoy our special speaker, marvelous music, fantastic food and more! NO charge. There will be an offering for the mission we support this year.
St. Vincent Children's Healthcare is hosting the 4th Annual Kids Fun Day at ZooMontana! There will be animal encounters, a climbing wall, games, emergency vehicles, safety demonstrations and much more!
Kids Fun Day is a celebration of St. Vincent’s partnership with Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah and the Children's Clinic. St. Vincent Healthcare has a long history of providing high quality pediatric care to the region, and this relationship strengthens that legacy.
• Public admission is $3.00
• Free admission for Zoo members and St. Vincent Healthcare associates
• Sack lunches available for children
Heart Mountain Classic Tournament with 10U, 12U, 14U & 16U divisions
May 17th- 3PM
May 19th- 6PM
Cody Pride Softball is a girls fast-pitch competitive softball organization based in Cody, Wyoming. Teams compete in tournaments throughout the region.
Join the Buffalo Bill Center of the West for a roaring Twenties evening! Enjoy live piano music with Shaun Balch on the Grand Steinway piano (made possible by a generous donation from the Cody Community Concert Association) during a cocktail hour, and then a delicious dinner in the Kuyper Dining Pavilion. Then move to our movie theater and immerse yourself in the classic, 1974 movie adaptation of The Great Gatsby starring Robert Redford and Mia Farrow.
1920s attire is encouraged!
Tickets for our Great Gatsby event are $40 each
Early bird rate: purchase by May 1 for $38 each
About the movie
From Google listing
The Great Gatsby
Based on the 1925 novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald; screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola.
Starring Sam Waterston as Nick Carraway, Robert Redford as Jay Gatsby, Mia Farrow as Daisy, and Bruce Dern as Tom.
Nick Carraway (Waterston) is a young man from the Midwest living modestly among the decadent mansions of 1920s Long Island. He becomes involved in the life of the mysterious Jay Gatsby (Redford), a rich man who throws the most lavish parties on the island. But behind Gatsby's outgoing demeanor is a lonely man who wants nothing more than to be with his old love, Daisy (Farrow). She is married to the bullheaded Tom (Dern), creating a love triangle that will end in tragedy.
Won Academy Awards for Best Costume Design and Best Original Score.
Karen Black, who played Myrtle Wilson, won a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress.
Running time: 2 hours 26 minutes
WAR DOG MONUMENT UNVEILING AND DEDICATION
Saturday May 18th 12PM
Veterans Memorial Park, Cody
The Wyoming Veterans Memorial Park Foundation announces the unveiling and dedication of the War Dog Monument. This was an idea sparked by the sincere and heartfelt sorrow of the tragic death of a retired soldier's K-9 in Powell in 2015. Mike was a retired military working dog. Having been injured in combat, Mike was retired and lived with his previous handler, a retired soldier. While away for the day, Mike was left in the care of a friend. Unfortunately, Mike had gotten out of the yard, and a passing bicyclist shot and killed Mike when he thought himself was in danger. Shortly thereafter, a fund was created to erect a larger than life monument to honor all military working dog teams at the WY Veteran's Memorial Park in Cody. Once the monetary goal was reached and plans finalized, work began on the project. The project received donations from over 1,800 donors locally and across the nation. The artist commissioned to create this monument is John Phelps of Cody. John is a painter, sculptor and a veteran of the US Navy. The monument is located in the northeast portion of the Veterans Memorial Park and will be surrounded by paver stones honoring past and current military working dog teams. This monument is the first of its kind in Wyoming and joins numerous other such monuments in the US and Canada.
June 8th at 7AM
June 9th at 5PM
Cody Archery Club is excited to once again be holding our biggest shoot of the year at the beautiful K Bar Z Guest Ranch & Outfitters in Northwest Wyoming. It will be a fun weekend filled with family, friends, archery, prizes and awards. This event is open to all ages, skill levels, and classes. You do NOT want to miss it.
Friday will consist of setting up the course starting at 8AM. Everyone is encouraged and invited to join us that morning to make the courses the best they can be.
Saturday starts with a scoring round of 40 targets followed by a mix or novelty shoots.
Sunday is another round of 40 targets that starts at 8:30AM SHARP!
Sunday afternoon we start awards and prizes around 4PM. There will be many different door prizes, raffle items, and the other fun stuff.
Saturday scores are awarded CASH PAYOUTS.
Sunday scores are awarded PRIZES.
Two day total scores will be awarded BUCKLES.
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A BUCKLE:
Compete as 18+
Compete BOTH days same class
Must be at least 3 or more two day shooters in a class for that class to be eligible
TO BE ELIGILE FOR KEY CHAIN BUCKLES:
Compete as YOUNG ADULT
Compete BOTH days
ONE male winner
ONE female winner