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The museum in Savery is open through the end of October weather permitting
Hours are:
Monday - Saturday
11:00 -5:00
Sunday 11:00-4:00
 
 
 The Outlaw Stop
CLOSED
for the season
 



Have an idea for an event or activity? Please call and let us know.



 
 2014 Events and Activities

October:

6-Board Meeting @ The Cowboy

19-Fall Festival 1:00 -4:00.

     Trick or treat in the buildings for period treats 2:00-3:00.

     Craft activities 1:00-4:00

     Paper Quilling workshop with Suzie Robidoux 1:00

22-Life and Times. Topic: Hunting and butchering.

November:

Life and Times- will start up again in January

December:

6- Cookies and Crafts

Past Events:

June:
31 of May- Walk for Life

7-Board Meeting

10-11 - Camp Peak JR K-2

13-Symposium Outlaws of the Intermountain West

     Leave Baggs @ 7 a.m. for Green River on Community Bus

16-Board Meeting @ Museum

17-18 - Camp Peak SR 3-5

25-Life and Times: Churches in the Valley 5:00 dinner provided.

July:

4-BYO Picnic and enjoy free Ice Cream & Watermelon

      Also, fun games on the lawn and tomahawk throwing.

      12:00 picnic 1:00 games

5-6-Snake River Lions Club Rodeo

       Come visit the Little Snake River Museum cowboy camp and

      have your picture taken in old-time clothes. Come dress up and

      see how great you would have looked back in time.

7-Board Meeting @ The Cowboy

11-14 - Hays Family Reunion

13-Our West: Places Worth Visiting, Stories Worth Retelling

     Desert Trip, Leave Baggs from the Cowboy Inn @ 8 a.m.

     High clearance vehicles. Fill your tank and bring a lunch.

19-Chinking Workshop at 9:00am at the museum.

     Learn how to chink a log cabin with Bill Bailey, restoration specialist.

21-Board Meeting @ Museum

23-Life & Times Join community members in sharing memories and pictures, or just come and listen.

23-Outlaw Day in Baggs at the Outlaw Stop 10:00-12:00

     Indian Pottery. Learn how to make primitive pots and beads. Activities and crafts for children of all ages. Kids under five need adults with them.

26-Grand Opening of the John Irons Saloon in the Dixon Main Street Buildings

     LSR Museum 2 p.m. - 8 p.m. Music, Food, and Silent Movies

     4:00 Dancing, 6:00 Free Cookout, 7:00 Silent Movie

27-Our West: Places Worth Visiting, Stories Worth Retelling

     Trek to Tullis, Leave LSR Museum @ 8 a.m.

     Alternative Rain Date: Sunday, August 3rd

     Learn about rich history and the mystery of the Game Warden Murders.

30-Outlaw Day in Baggs at the Outlaw Stop 10:00-12:00

     Activities and crafts for all ages. Kids under five need adults with them.

     Horsing Around: Come learn about horses, make a stick horse or a cut-out horse.

August:

2-Movie Night at 8:00 pm at the museum

2-Ride the Divide (tractors leave @9:00 from the museum)

3-Ride the Divide (tractors arrive at museum around noon)

4-Board Meeting @ The Cowboy

6-Outlaw Days: Wonderful Willow Learn how to make baskets and

    wreaths using willows, rushes, and dried flowers. At the Outlaw Stop in Baggs

    from 10:00am - 12:00pm

9-Movie Night at 8:00 pm at the Outlaw Stop in Baggs

9-Our West: Places Worth Visiting, Stories Worth Retelling. Trip to Mantle Ranch & Echo Canyon.

   Leave Baggs from the Cowboy Inn @ 7 a.m.

13-Outlaw Days: Printing from Nature Learn different printing techniques

using a variety of materials. At the Baggs Outlaw Stop from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. All ages welcome.

16-Movie Night at 8:00 at the museum.

18-Board Meeting @ Museum

27-Life and Times: Join Community members in
     sharing memories and pictures, or just come and  listen. 
     Starts at 5:00pm, dinner provided. Fall Ranching is this weeks topic.

29- Sept 13 -Local Arts & Craft Show

     (need participants, call museum if interested)

30- POWWOW in Rawlins. We will have the Community
      Bus going up to Rawlins from Baggs to this event
      if we have enough intrest in attending. Pleae call Lela at
      (307) 383-7262 if you would like to ride with us.


September:

All month- Photograpy exhibit J. E. Stimpson - View the work
     of the famous photographer who captured the beauty of
     Wyoming in the early 1900's through hand colored photographs.

1-Board Meeting @ The Cowboy

6-Crossroads Gospel Band-with Debbie Hootman 7:00 at museum

     With History Swap of the Valley's Churches 

7- Community BBQ, soccer and fun day

     Soccer games start at noon. Food served at 4:30pm.

15-Board Meeting @ Museum

20-Cancelled or maybe postponed call the museum for more info:

      -Our West: Places Worth Visiting, Stories Worth Retelling

        Slater Creek, Hayden, Hahns Peak, Leave LSR Museum @ 8 a.m.

24-Life and Times: Medical Happenings- Join community members

     in sharing memories and pictures, or just come and listen. 

     Starts at 5:00pm, dinner provided.

27- Brain Tanning Workshop at the Museum at 9am to 5:00.

     Free workshop- all supplies and lunch provided.

     Limited class size so sign up early. 307-383-7262

28- Annual Fall Trek. Geology of the Area

     Leave Baggs from the Cowboy Inn @ 8 a.m.  

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

lsrmuseum@dteworld.com





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