DOG TRAINING CLASS
There will be a dog training class starting March 20th, Wednesday evenings. 6 dogs max, 8 week course. Heated indoor/outdoor training areas-1 block off Powell Hwy/Ln 20 $175 Call #250-6838 for more information.
BIG HORN BASIN SAGE-GROUSE WORKING GROUP MEETING
March 21st: 9:30AM-Noon
Washakie County Fairgrounds-501 15 Mile Rd in Worland
The role of the group is to develop and initiate local conservation plans to benefit sage-grouse and other species that use sagebrush habitats. The group will meet to discuss updates to the Governor's Sage-Grouse Executive Order and will welcome a new member. The public is invited to attend the meeting and comments from the public will be heard at a designated time.
SURVIVORS OF THE LOSS OF SUICIDE SUPPORT GROUP
March 21st 6:30PM-7:30PM
1701 Stampede Ave Cody
Community Room Downstairs
No registration required.
The death of a loved one by suicide presents special problems in grieving. There is often more shock, a greater sense of injustice, more guilt and blame, a heightened sense of helplessness; and these all tend to complicate the healing process for survivors. There is a safe place in our community for survivors to share their loss with others who are experiencing similar thoughts and feelings. The group is open to survivors of someone who has died by suicide.
SPIN CODY BIKE RACE
Saturday March 23 9AM-3PM
Paul Stock Aquatic and Recreation Center in Cody
It is a battle of fundraising, creativity and endurance! The day includes multiple teams of bike riders competing in 20 minute heats. This event is fun for all participants at any level. Music, door prizes and friendly competition! Get a team together and earn your bragging rights!
PUBLIC INPUT NEEDED FOR 2019 HUNTING SEASONS
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will conduct 6 Open House Meetings throughout the Bighorn Basin with one final meeting in Cody to discuss 2019 hunting season proposals for game birds and big game. During the open houses, Game and Fish personnel will be available to discuss proposed changes to 2019 hunting seasons for local hunt areas. A final meeting, during which statewide seasons may be discussed, will be held from 6-8PM March 28th at the Park County Library in Cody. Public input is valued and an important part of the season setting process.
Meetings are scheduled for:
March 25th 6-8PM-Thermopolis: Big Horn Federal Bank, 643 Broadway St
March 25th 6-8PM-Lovell: Fire Hall, 314 Nevada Ave
March 28th 6-8PM-Cody: Park Co Library, Grizzly Room, 1500 Heart Mountain St
SEUSSVILLE CHILDREN'S HEALTH FAIR-CHILDREN'S RESOURCE CENTER
March 30th 9AM-Noon
Nearly 40 booths to browse and learn from. A green eggs and ham breakfast will also be served.
DECORATION WORK MEETING (FOR LADIES LUNCHEON)
Saturday March 30th 10AM-3PM
Bennett Creek Church, Clark
We will be making bird houses, decorating gift bags and binding table runners. Bring a potluck for lunch.
Saturday March 30th 8AM-2PM
$2 Admission Fee (12&under FREE)
Up to 100 vendors selling garage sale items, crafts, collectibles and antiques
WYOMING OUTDOORSMEN 6TH ANNUAL FUNDRAISER BANQUET
Saturday April 6th- Doors open at 4PM-Dinner served at 6:30PM
Auctions, door prizes, drawings, cash bar, games, raffles
HURRY -- Get your tickets by MARCH 10 to be entered for $500 CASH Early Bird drawing!!!!
For More Info: Jay #899-6077
WOMEN'S COUNCIL COMMUNICATION WORKSHOPS
April 9th and 10th
The Wyoming Council for Women (WCW) presents dynamic global public speaker, Jenni Prisk to provide "communicating with Confidence" workshops in Cheyenne on April 9th and Rock Springs on April 10th.
These public speaking and communication workshops will include techniques on:
*Taking the risk out of public speaking
*Analyzing and engaging your audience
*Breathing and confidence exercises
*Improving your self-esteem and confidence through communication
*Self-empowerment for women
*Expressing confidence in any situation
There will be 2 workshops in Cheyenne at Laramie County Community College in the Clay Pathfinder Building, room 109. The first will be from 1-3PM and the second from 6:30-8:30PM followed by a meet and greet reception from 8:30-9PM.
There will be one workshop in Rock Springs at Western Wyoming Community College, room 1302 from 6-8PM followed by a meet and greet reception from 8-8:30PM.
All 3 workshops are FREE and open to the public.
MURDER MYSTERY NIGHT
Friends of the Basin Library
Friday April 12th-7PM
Sign-up deadline is Monday April 1st to sign up for a role in the "Murder at the Garden Party" Mystery Night, sponsored by the Friends of the Basin Library. There are 16 characters, the cost is $10 and you will be sworn to secrecy regarding your role. A dress rehearsal will take place at 6PM Friday April 12th, the night of the murder party. Spectators may watch "Murder at the Garden Party" for $5/person. Light refreshments will be served, and each spectator will be entered in a drawing for a basket of goodies.
CODY BASEBALL DINNER, DANCE AND AUCTION FUNDRAISER SPAGHETTI DINNER
Friday April 12th 6PM-10PM
Double Doc Ranch-117 Sunset Rim
Prizes, raffles, music and games
Representatives of the Park County Treasurer's Office and the Park County Clerk's Office will be at The Park County Annex Building at 109 W 14th St in Powell on the third Monday and Tuesday of each month. The hours have changed for winter from 8:30am-4:00pm. You will be able to take care of any business that you would regularly do at the Cody offices. Contact The County Clerk's Office about new vehicle purchases to be sure that all title paperwork is available in Powell.
For any questions call the Cody Treasurer's Office at 527-8630
GOOD FRIDAY CHURCH SERVICE
Friday April 19th 6:30 PM
Bennett Creek Church, Clark
EARLY EASTER SERVICE
8:30AM at the cemetery facing the hills to be followed by breakfast at Bennett Creek Church--Potluck-- Church will provide the meat and beverage, you provide the rest. Morning worship at 11:15AM
Saturday May 18th Noon
Bennett Creek Church, Clark
Doors open at 11AM so you can shop the vendors. Luncheon is a make your own "Chef's Salad" Buffet starts at 12 Noon. The event is over by 2:30PM. Held at the Bennett Creek Church Fellowship Hall. Vendors with faith based products, door prizes, mission moment, special music. Come enjoy our special speaker, marvelous music, fantastic food and more! NO charge. There will be an offering for the mission we support this year.
WAR DOG MONUMENT UNVEILING AND DEDICATION
Saturday May 18th 12PM
Veterans Memorial Park, Cody
The Wyoming Veterans Memorial Park Foundation announces the unveiling and dedication of the War Dog Monument. This was an idea sparked by the sincere and heartfelt sorrow of the tragic death of a retired soldier's K-9 in Powell in 2015. Mike was a retired military working dog. Having been injured in combat, Mike was retired and lived with his previous handler, a retired soldier. While away for the day, Mike was left in the care of a friend. Unfortunately, Mike had gotten out of the yard, and a passing bicyclist shot and killed Mike when he thought himself was in danger. Shortly thereafter, a fund was created to erect a larger than life monument to honor all military working dog teams at the WY Veteran's Memorial Park in Cody. Once the monetary goal was reached and plans finalized, work began on the project. The project received donations from over 1,800 donors locally and across the nation. The artist commissioned to create this monument is John Phelps of Cody. John is a painter, sculptor and a veteran of the US Navy. The monument is located in the northeast portion of the Veterans Memorial Park and will be surrounded by paver stones honoring past and current military working dog teams. This monument is the first of its kind in Wyoming and joins numerous other such monuments in the US and Canada.