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Nov
29
Tue
Applications For The 2024 Albany County Recreation Board Funding Available
Nov 29 all-day

The City of Laramie, Wyoming will accept written proposals for fiscal year 2024 Albany County Recreation Board Funding.   Per the by-laws of the Albany County Recreation Board, the Board will receive proposals from the City of Laramie for recreation projects, which may include facilities, construction, programs, maintenance and operation, and equipment. The City of Laramie is accepting proposals from community recreation providers, organizations, and clubs for fiscal year 2024 community recreation projects.  Proposals must be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department, 920 Boulder Drive, Laramie, Wyoming 82070 no later than 4:00 p.m. local time on the 15th day of December 2022. Applications and instructions to respondents along with all background information concerning the Albany County Recreation Board grants are available by clicking here or by contacting Todd Feezer, Assistant City Manager at 307-721-5304, tfeezer@cityoflaramie.org. The City reserves the right to waive any informality in any submittal and/or reject all proposals, and to accept proposals that are in the best interest of the City.

In Person Visitor Use Surveys On Medicine Bow National Forests
Nov 29 all-day

Visitor use surveys to begin on Medicine Bow National Forest

The public is encouraged to participate, as results will inform Forest management.

 

(LARAMIE, Wyo.)  September 30, 2022 – Over the course of the next 12 months, the public will encounter contract employees working on the Medicine Bow National Forest in developed and dispersed recreation sites and along National Forest System roads. They will be out in all types of weather conditions, wearing bright orange vests and be near signs that say “Traffic Survey Ahead”.

 

The National Visitor Use Monitoring (NVUM) survey is being conducted on the Medicine Bow National Forest in southeast Wyoming from October 2022 through September 2023. The information gathered is useful for forest planning, as well as local community tourism planning. It provides National Forest managers with an estimate of how many people recreate on the National Forest, what activities they engage in while there, and how satisfied people were with their visit. Economic impact to the local economy is also captured in the survey.

 

The survey gathers basic visitor information. Surveys are voluntary and all responses are confidential; names are not included. Interviews last about 10 minutes. Questions include: where you recreated on the Forest, how many people traveled with you, how long you were on the Forest, what other recreation sites you visited while on the Forest, and how satisfied you are with the facilities and services provided. About a third of the visitors will be asked to complete a confidential survey on recreation spending during their trip.

 

“Last year the survey occurred on the Routt National Forest, and we had good public participation,” said Kristi Murphy, Forest Recreation Program Manager on the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland. “We are hoping for that same level of voluntary engagement in the Medicine Bow survey to help us make the Forest a better place to visit.

 

“We would appreciate if visitors would stop and answer a few questions. It’s important for interviewers to talk with both local and out-of-area visitors, so all types of people are represented in the study.”

 

Information about the National Visitor Use Monitoring program can be found online.

 

Additional information about recreation on the Medicine Bow National Forest can be found on our website. Notices, links to news articles, and additional resources are available on social media: @FS_MBRTB on Twitter or @FSMBRTB on Facebook.

 

Alcoholics Anonymous VIRTUAL Meetings
Nov 29 @ 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

Nov
30
Wed
Applications For The 2024 Albany County Recreation Board Funding Available
Nov 30 all-day

The City of Laramie, Wyoming will accept written proposals for fiscal year 2024 Albany County Recreation Board Funding.   Per the by-laws of the Albany County Recreation Board, the Board will receive proposals from the City of Laramie for recreation projects, which may include facilities, construction, programs, maintenance and operation, and equipment. The City of Laramie is accepting proposals from community recreation providers, organizations, and clubs for fiscal year 2024 community recreation projects.  Proposals must be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department, 920 Boulder Drive, Laramie, Wyoming 82070 no later than 4:00 p.m. local time on the 15th day of December 2022. Applications and instructions to respondents along with all background information concerning the Albany County Recreation Board grants are available by clicking here or by contacting Todd Feezer, Assistant City Manager at 307-721-5304, tfeezer@cityoflaramie.org. The City reserves the right to waive any informality in any submittal and/or reject all proposals, and to accept proposals that are in the best interest of the City.

In Person Visitor Use Surveys On Medicine Bow National Forests
Nov 30 all-day

Visitor use surveys to begin on Medicine Bow National Forest

The public is encouraged to participate, as results will inform Forest management.

 

(LARAMIE, Wyo.)  September 30, 2022 – Over the course of the next 12 months, the public will encounter contract employees working on the Medicine Bow National Forest in developed and dispersed recreation sites and along National Forest System roads. They will be out in all types of weather conditions, wearing bright orange vests and be near signs that say “Traffic Survey Ahead”.

 

The National Visitor Use Monitoring (NVUM) survey is being conducted on the Medicine Bow National Forest in southeast Wyoming from October 2022 through September 2023. The information gathered is useful for forest planning, as well as local community tourism planning. It provides National Forest managers with an estimate of how many people recreate on the National Forest, what activities they engage in while there, and how satisfied people were with their visit. Economic impact to the local economy is also captured in the survey.

 

The survey gathers basic visitor information. Surveys are voluntary and all responses are confidential; names are not included. Interviews last about 10 minutes. Questions include: where you recreated on the Forest, how many people traveled with you, how long you were on the Forest, what other recreation sites you visited while on the Forest, and how satisfied you are with the facilities and services provided. About a third of the visitors will be asked to complete a confidential survey on recreation spending during their trip.

 

“Last year the survey occurred on the Routt National Forest, and we had good public participation,” said Kristi Murphy, Forest Recreation Program Manager on the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland. “We are hoping for that same level of voluntary engagement in the Medicine Bow survey to help us make the Forest a better place to visit.

 

“We would appreciate if visitors would stop and answer a few questions. It’s important for interviewers to talk with both local and out-of-area visitors, so all types of people are represented in the study.”

 

Information about the National Visitor Use Monitoring program can be found online.

 

Additional information about recreation on the Medicine Bow National Forest can be found on our website. Notices, links to news articles, and additional resources are available on social media: @FS_MBRTB on Twitter or @FSMBRTB on Facebook.

 

Alcoholics Anonymous VIRTUAL Meetings
Nov 30 @ 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

*******************

 

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

 

 

*POSTPONED Laramie Tai Chi & Tea
Nov 30 @ 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.

Postponed** Eppson Center OPEN GYM Time
Nov 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Every Wednesday from 2 to 3:30pm, it’s Open Gym at the Eppson Center for Seniors, 1560 North 3rd Street. Call 745-5116 with any questions

Train with UW Kinesiology students at our open gym

  • Stability and Balance Training
  • Personal Training
  • Group Training
  • Boxing Classes
Dec
1
Thu
Applications For The 2024 Albany County Recreation Board Funding Available
Dec 1 all-day

The City of Laramie, Wyoming will accept written proposals for fiscal year 2024 Albany County Recreation Board Funding.   Per the by-laws of the Albany County Recreation Board, the Board will receive proposals from the City of Laramie for recreation projects, which may include facilities, construction, programs, maintenance and operation, and equipment. The City of Laramie is accepting proposals from community recreation providers, organizations, and clubs for fiscal year 2024 community recreation projects.  Proposals must be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department, 920 Boulder Drive, Laramie, Wyoming 82070 no later than 4:00 p.m. local time on the 15th day of December 2022. Applications and instructions to respondents along with all background information concerning the Albany County Recreation Board grants are available by clicking here or by contacting Todd Feezer, Assistant City Manager at 307-721-5304, tfeezer@cityoflaramie.org. The City reserves the right to waive any informality in any submittal and/or reject all proposals, and to accept proposals that are in the best interest of the City.

In Person Visitor Use Surveys On Medicine Bow National Forests
Dec 1 all-day

Visitor use surveys to begin on Medicine Bow National Forest

The public is encouraged to participate, as results will inform Forest management.

 

(LARAMIE, Wyo.)  September 30, 2022 – Over the course of the next 12 months, the public will encounter contract employees working on the Medicine Bow National Forest in developed and dispersed recreation sites and along National Forest System roads. They will be out in all types of weather conditions, wearing bright orange vests and be near signs that say “Traffic Survey Ahead”.

 

The National Visitor Use Monitoring (NVUM) survey is being conducted on the Medicine Bow National Forest in southeast Wyoming from October 2022 through September 2023. The information gathered is useful for forest planning, as well as local community tourism planning. It provides National Forest managers with an estimate of how many people recreate on the National Forest, what activities they engage in while there, and how satisfied people were with their visit. Economic impact to the local economy is also captured in the survey.

 

The survey gathers basic visitor information. Surveys are voluntary and all responses are confidential; names are not included. Interviews last about 10 minutes. Questions include: where you recreated on the Forest, how many people traveled with you, how long you were on the Forest, what other recreation sites you visited while on the Forest, and how satisfied you are with the facilities and services provided. About a third of the visitors will be asked to complete a confidential survey on recreation spending during their trip.

 

“Last year the survey occurred on the Routt National Forest, and we had good public participation,” said Kristi Murphy, Forest Recreation Program Manager on the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland. “We are hoping for that same level of voluntary engagement in the Medicine Bow survey to help us make the Forest a better place to visit.

 

“We would appreciate if visitors would stop and answer a few questions. It’s important for interviewers to talk with both local and out-of-area visitors, so all types of people are represented in the study.”

 

Information about the National Visitor Use Monitoring program can be found online.

 

Additional information about recreation on the Medicine Bow National Forest can be found on our website. Notices, links to news articles, and additional resources are available on social media: @FS_MBRTB on Twitter or @FSMBRTB on Facebook.