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Oct
17
Sat
“Ghost Chase”, A Safe Halloween Scavenger Hunt
Oct 17 @ 12:00 pm – Nov 5 @ 12:00 pm
Join UniWyo, Downtown Laramie & Ivinson Memorial Hospital for a twist on the traditional trick-or-treat with a safe Halloween Scavenger Hunt.
Complete missions through your mobile device using GooseChase, an online scavenger hunt game.
Why should you play?
Have fun and stay safe while maintaining social distancing guidelines! You might even get some goodies along the way!
How do you play?
1. Download the GooseChase App onto your mobile device
2. Log in or Sign Up
3. Use Gamecode: B54B18
4. Create or Join a Team
5. Complete missions with your kiddos and submit evidence
When do you play?
Game starts on Saturday, October 17th, and ends on Halloween, Saturday, October 31st.
NEW missions will be released daily and do not need to be completed the same day they are released, or at all.
Rules:
1. You may play solo or on a team to complete and submit the missions. But, remember to practice social distancing.
2. Submit evidence of completing each mission as you go. Not all missions need to be completed to have some fun.
3. No points are awarded for completing missions.
4. By submitting your pictures in the app, you give the event hosts (UniWyo, LPFCU, IMH, BBBS, and the Laramie Recreation Center) permission to post your pictures on social media platforms promoting the challenge as well.
5. Pictures must be of you and/or your family that you have the rights and permission to share. Images/videos must be taken during the challenge period.
6. Be SAFE, have FUN, and Happy Halloween.
See this facebook even page for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/955793234830941/
Oct
26
Mon
Laramie Morning Toastmasters VIRTUAL Meeting
Oct 26 @ 6:45 am – 8:00 am

Participate in Toastmasters’ proven program, where you’ll learn how to speak comfortably in front of a group and lead with purpose. People who join Toastmasters find potential they never thought they had and achieve more of their goals and dreams.

Laramie Morning Toastmasters meets every Monday 6:45 to 7:45am. Due To the Corona Virua Pandemic, the Toastmasters are meeting virtually via the Zoom website and app.  If you have a laptop or desktop computer, join the meeting using this this link . You can also download the Zoom App for free from your phones app store. A Toastmasters administrator will usually be in the meeting around 6:30am, so you’re welcome to stop by early.  If you’re unable to do a video conference on your smartphone and you aren’t near a computer, you can dial in from any phone to participate by voice. Call (346)248-7799 and enter the meeting number and password below when prompted.

You do NOT need to sign up for a Zoom account to join a meeting. But when requesting to join the Toastmasters meeting, you will be asked for a meeting number and password.

Meeting number: 801 817 760

Password: 058722

Get more info on Laramie Morning Toastmasters at this link 

Alcoholics Anonymous VIRTUAL Meetings
Oct 26 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 pm

Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings 7 days a week in Laramie. . Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, meetings are being held virtually now using the Zoom app and/or website.

Follow this link for virtual meeting schedules, links and more info

 

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Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings 7 days a week in Laramie. Here is a look at the Monday meeting schedule.   Closed means its for AA Members or those that think they have a problem with alcohol. Open means it is for anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous. Call (307) 399-0590 with any questions.

7:10am

Civic Center, 790 Garfield Street, Room 260. Downtown Group, Discussion Meeting, Closed.

 

12:00pm

Civic Center, Discussion Meeting, Open

 

7:00pm

St Paul’s Newman Center Library, 1800 East Grand, Primary Purpose, Book Study, Closed

 

7:30pm

Civic Center, downtown Group, Discussion Meeting, Closed

Trinity Lutheran Church, 107 S. 7th St, Basement. As Bill Sees It, Discussion Meeting, Closed

Oct
27
Tue
Alcoholics Anonymous VIRTUAL Meetings
Oct 27 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 pm

Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings 7 days a week in Laramie. . Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, meetings are being held virtually now using the Zoom app and/or website.

Follow this link for virtual meeting schedules, links and more info

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Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings 7 days a week in Laramie. Here is a look at the Tuesday meeting schedule.   Closed means its for AA Members or those that think they have a problem with alcohol. Open means it is for anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous. Call (307) 399-0590 with any questions.

 

7:10am

Civic Center, 710 Garfield Street, Room 260

Downtown Group, Discussion Meeting, Closed

 

12:00pm

Civic Center

Downtown Group, Discussion Meeting, Open

 

5:30pm

Civic Center

Downtown Group, Beginner’s meeting, Open

 

7:30pm

Civic Center

Downtown Group, 12×12 Book Study, Closed

*POSTPONED** Laramie Prayer Group
Oct 27 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm

A prayer group will meet the 4th Tuesday of every month from 12noon to 12:50pm at LIGHT House of Prayer, 105 S. 4th Street. Everyone is welcome to join others in prayer at this meeting to pray for Laramie. Pastor Matt Baumgartner from New Life Assembly will lead the prayer this morning. Email gina.gibson@nationaldayofprayer.org or call 761 0369 for more info.

**POSTPONE**Bereaved Parents Support Group
Oct 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

The Albany County Bereaved Parents Support Group meets the 4th Tuesday of every month (except December) at the Jacobs Polidora office, 100 S 6th Street. The group provides support and understanding to anyone who has suffered the loss of a child or grandchild at any age. The members have experienced a wide range of loss and the meeting is a chance for parents or grand parents to find comfort from being with a small group of people in a casual setting who understand the loss of a child.

UW Libraries “Lift Every Voice” Poetry Programs In October
Oct 27 @ 6:30 pm

University of Wyoming Libraries is partnering with the Albany County Public Library (ACPL) to offer a series of events to celebrate African American poetry in October.

Lift Every Voice: Why African American Poetry Matters is a national program dedicated to enhancing appreciation of the extraordinary range and richness of the 250-year-long African American poetic tradition.

UW Libraries received two grants to celebrate African American poetry and culture: one from the Library of America’s Lift Every Voice project and a second from the Wyoming Humanities Council.

UW Libraries-sponsored events will all be virtual, free and available to residents throughout Wyoming and the region. To view information about the Lift Every Voice programs, including speaker biographies and links to the programs, go to www.uwyo.edu/libraries.

Lift Every Voice programs will begin Monday, Oct. 5, and will culminate Tuesday, Oct. 27, with a reading by Camille Dungy, an award-winning African American poet. Dungy is noted for her poetry that explores nature, love and African American survival. She is the author of four collections of poetry and a collection of personal essays. Her honors include the 2010 Crab Orchard Open Book Prize, the American Book Award in 2010, a Colorado Book Award and a California Book Award silver medal. Dungy is a professor in the Department of English at Colorado State University.

“UW Libraries is excited to host Lift Every Voice programs and make them accessible statewide,” says Cass Kvenild, UW Libraries associate dean. “We hope these programs will build on the national dialogue about racial justice with local community conversations enriched by the power and history of African American poetry.”

Lift Every Voice programs are:

— Tuesday, Oct. 27, 6:30 p.m.: Camille Dungy will share her work in a reading.

Sponsors and partners for the events are the Lift Every Voice project, Wyoming Humanities Council, ACPL, UW Black Studies Center, WIHR and the Laramie High School Jazz Choir.

For more information, call Cynthia Hughes at (307) 766-5611 or email chughes5@uwyo.edu.

Oct
28
Wed
Alcoholics Anonymous VIRTUAL Meetings
Oct 28 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 pm

Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings 7 days a week in Laramie. . Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, meetings are being held virtually now using the Zoom app and/or website.

Follow this link for virtual meeting schedules, links and more info

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Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings 7 days a week in Laramie. Here is a look at the Wednesday meeting schedule.   Closed means its for AA Members or those that think they have a problem with alcohol. Open means it is for anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous. Call (307) 399-0590 with any questions.

 

7:10am

Civic Center, 710 Garfield Street, Room 260

Downtown Group, discussion meeting, closed

 

12:00pm

Civic Center

Downtown group, discussion meeting, open

 

7:30pm

Civic Center

downtown group, discussion meeting, closed

 

 

UW Center On Aging Healthy U Workshop
Oct 28 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

The Wyoming Center on Aging (WyCOA), located at the University of Wyoming, is offering a free workshop for people with chronic health conditions and their caregivers.

The six-week Healthy U workshop is available online every Wednesday from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. from Sept. 23-Oct. 28. Topics covered include problem-solving, healthy eating, action planning, exercise, evaluating treatments, effective communication and working with health care professionals.

To receive Zoom online information and to register, visit the Healthy U website at www.healthyuwyoming.org.

For more information, call Dominick Duhamel, WyCOA senior project coordinator, at (307) 766-2765 or email dduhamel@uwyo.edu.

*POSTPONED Laramie Tai Chi & Tea
Oct 28 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Laramie Tai Chi and Tea Sessions are scheduled every Wednesday from 1:30 to 2:30 pm. They meet in room 114/114B at the north end of the hall on the first floor of the First United Methodist Church, 1215 Gibbon. A $1 donation is requested.

Each session is divided into 3 parts.

* The first part of the session will be Qi Gong warmup exercises for everyone.

* In the second part, they will divide the group according to their preferences for either learning the Yang-style 24 Basic Form or the Yang-style 44 Form and separate into two rooms.

* In the third part of our session, we will regroup and all do the entire ’24’ Form together.

Handouts are provided and beginners are welcome. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes or sandals.

On the last Wednesday of each month our session is shorter and members enjoy tea and refreshments together.