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The museums are now open for the season.
Come and visit us anytime through
"some cold day in October."



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 2015 Events and Activities

May:

 21st- Pioneer Day

23rd - Opening Day

24th - memorial Day BBQ 12:00 at the museum- bring a salad or desert

June:

1st- July 15th Outlaw Exhibit

2nd - Camp Mini Peak

6th - Walk for Life

9 & 10 - Camp Peak JR

16 & 17 - Camp Peak Sr

24th - Life and Times -- Topic: Savery (5:00)

27th - Private Event

July:

 Ongoing through the 15th- Outlaw Exhibit

4th - Fun Day at the Museum- Make Ice Cream and play games BYO Picnic

11th & 12th - Museum Exhibit at the Lion's Club Rodeo: family fun, costumes, photos and activities

11th- Private event

22nd and 29th - 10:00 Outlaw Days- Kids History lesson and activity with snack

25th, Saturday-Places Worth Revisiting: Brown's Park

Leave Baggs Town Hall 8:00 a.m. Follow the County roads along the
Little Snake River to the Maybel / Brown's Park highway- stop at Bromidecharcoal Kilns at Greystone, Ladore Canyon, Swinging Bridge, John Jarvie historical ranch site, Irish Canyon petroglyphys. Bring water and a lunch and a full tank of gas.

 25th & 26th "Ride The Divide"Tractor Ride

      Tractors drive to Encampment

August:

5th and 12th- 10:00-12:00 Outlaw Days- Kids history lesson and activity with snack.

15th - Saloon Day event: Make Sasparilla, Ice cream, play cards, Listen to old time piano music, come to dance, and see the silent movie with live piano music.

30th, Saturday-Places Worth Revisiting: Sheep Industry: Slater Creek, Hayden, Hahn's Peak

Leave LSR Museum at 8:00 a.m. Stops at Slater, California Park, Hayden Museum, Hahn's Peak Village. Bring water and a lunch and a full tank of gas.

September:

27th - Annual Fall Trek: Sierra Madre Loop

Drive to Hog Park Reservoir and learn about Cheyenne water transbasin diversion. Stop at Blackhall Fire Lookout site. Stop at Indian Bathtubs near Riverside. Visit Bottle Creek Campground to learn about the CCC work in the Sierra Madres.

October:

Watch for Fall Festival

Little Snake River Museum
"Preserving our History for the Valley's Future"
 
Savery, Wyoming
Open daily from 11am to 5pm (seasonal)
307-383-7262
Fax:307-383-7265

lsrmuseum@dteworld.com





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