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Mar
25
Mon
Laramie Morning Toastmasters
Mar 25 @ 6:45 am – 7:45 am

Laramie Morning Toastmasters meet every Monday from 6:45am to 7:45am in Room 106 of the UW Animal Science/Molecular Biology Building . Guests and new members are always welcome. Anyone is welcome to join. Come and just observe meetings without any pressure to join. Toastmasters is a great opportunity to improve our communication skills, a very important talent that makes us more accomplished than our other animal friends in this world. The meetings also provide an opportunity to organize and lead meetings, conquer fears of public speaking and practice a little humor. Visit this website for more information!

Laramie Morning Toastmasters meets year round except for Memorial Day, May 27th, Labor Day September 2nd and Martin Luther King Day, Janaury 20th

Survive & Thrive After Cancer
Mar 25 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Surviving & Thriving After Cancer is a weekly support group that meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 to 7pm March 25th through May 9th. It’s free and is designed to empower cancer patients and survivors to improve their quality of life through fitness and health. The group meets at at the Outpatient rehabilitation Center at Ivinson Memorial Hospital. space is limited so you are asked to sign up online at this link

Mar
27
Wed
Game & Fish Informational Meeting
Mar 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Wyoming Game and Fish will hold a public information meeting at the Laramie office, 1212 S Adams Street Wednesday March 27th at 6pm. They will be discussing 2019 season proposals.

 

Chapter 2: general hunting regulations

Chapter 5: Pronghorn antelope hunting seasons

Chapter 6: deer hunting seasons

Chapter 7: Elk hunting seasons

Chapter 8: Moose hunting seasons

Chapter 9: Big horn sheep and mountain goat hunting seasons

Chapter 11: Upland game bird and small game hunting seasons

Chapter 14: Migratory game bird hunting seasons and light goose conservation order

Chapter 15: Wild bison recreational hunting season

Chapter 20: Turkey hunting seasons (fall 2018 and spring 2019)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Survive & Thrive After Cancer
Mar 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Surviving & Thriving After Cancer is a weekly support group that meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 to 7pm March 25th through May 9th. It’s free and is designed to empower cancer patients and survivors to improve their quality of life through fitness and health. The group meets at at the Outpatient rehabilitation Center at Ivinson Memorial Hospital. space is limited so you are asked to sign up online at this link

Mar
28
Thu
Snowy Range Academy Community Info Night
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

The night starts promptly at 6pm and is a great way to learn more about the school and what makes it unique. You’ll be bale to see student achievement data, take a tour along with meeting with the principals and teachers

UW Art Museum Gallery Walk-Through with Student Award Winners
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The University of Wyoming Art Museum will host a free gallery walk-through featuring student award winners from the 44th annual Juried UW Student Exhibition Thursday, March 28, from 6-8 p.m.

The gallery walk-through is an opportunity to hear students discuss their artistic motivations such as what drives the content of their work and why specific artistic media were chosen, and to answer visitors’ questions. This opportunity helps students develop as professional artists and bolster public speaking skills.

The annual Juried UW Student Exhibition is open to any student enrolled at UW or any in-state student enrolled through UW distance courses during the current academic year. For the 44th annual Juried UW Student Exhibition, 75 students — from 21 different majors — submitted 198 works of art for review. From those, 61 artworks by 56 students were selected.

An out-of-state juror is invited each year to select the exhibition from student submissions. This year’s juror was Louise Martorano, executive director of the RedLine Contemporary Art Center in Denver.

Each year, UW administration and departments, as well as businesses and individuals, provide cash prizes and purchase awards that recognize and support the creative work of UW students.

Award-winning students, listed by hometowns, are:

Afton — Brianna Drew.

Ardmore, Okla. — Tess Lackey.

Billings, Mont. — Garrett Cruzan.

Buffalo — Sophie Gruntmeir and Ashlee Purcella.

Burlington — Rachel Mantel.

Casper — Sofia Hof.

Cheyenne — Curtis Holcomb and Seth Leininger.

Chino Hills, Calif. — Lindsay Stewart.

Cody — Sara Reed.

Douglas — Jacey Hays.

Edmond, Okla. — Sydney Legaard.

Fort Collins, Colo. — Rebecca Sorber.

Gillette — Brenna Powell.

Golden, Colo. — Stacey Tilton.

Green River — Benjamin Nathan.

Jackson — Stanley Czarniak and Connor Liljestrom.

Laramie — Billy Harris.

Monticello, Fla. — Ross Everett.

Mountain View — Austin Smith.

Omaha, Neb. — Leslie Gallagher.

Powell — Ismael Dominguez.

Rajkot, Gujarat, India — Geeta Monpara.

Riverton — Lydia Johnson and Jordan Sauer.

St. Louis, Mo. — Hanna Fox.

Sheridan — Bear Bulkley and Alexandra Eisele.

Westminster, Colo. — Annie Warnock.

Wright — Nichole Wolz.

The exhibition will be on display through May 18.

For more information about the UW Art Museum, call (307) 766-6622, visit the website at www.uwyo.edu/artmuseum, or follow the museum on Facebook and Instagram.

Laramie Little League Registration Deadline
Mar 28 @ 8:43 pm – 9:43 pm

Laramie Youth Baseball is open to male and female players in all divisions.  Players will receive more information specific to their age division in the confirmation email sent after registration is complete.

League Age
A player’s “League Age” is used to determine which division he/she will play in for the season.  Laramie Little League is open for those 4 to 12 years old. Games begin being played in April and conclude in late June..

Go to the link below for more details and to sign up. The sign up deadline is March 31.

https://www.laramieyouthbaseball.com/Default.aspx?tabid=1422170