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.
Life and Times- will start up again in January
6- Cookies and Crafts
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
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.
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.
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
29- Sept 13 -Local Arts & Craft Show
(need participants, call museum if interested)
30- POWWOW in Rawlins. We will have the Community
All month- Photograpy exhibit J. E. Stimpson - View the work
1-Board Meeting @ The Cowboy
6-Crossroads Gospel Band-with Debbie Hootman 7:00 at museum
With History Swap of the Valley's Churches
Soccer games start at noon. Food served at 4:30pm.
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.