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February 26, 2024
  • Celebrating Complexities

    February 26, 2024  10:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Ucross Foundation, 30 Big Red Ln, Clearmont, WY 82835, USA

    On view from February 12 to May 17, 2024. Celebrating Complexities features the recipients of the Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists in 2022 and 2023: Gerald Clarke (Cahuilla Band of Indians), Savannah LeCornu (Tsimshian, Haida, and Nez Perce), Mikayla Patton (Oglala Lakota Nation) and Cara Romero (Chemehuevi Indian Tribe). The exhibition is guest curated by Brenda Mallory (Cherokee Nation), a recipient of the Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists in 2018, the first year of the program. Meet the artists and curator behind the exhibition during two free events on Friday, May 3: ARTIST TALK, 11 a.m., Kinnison Hall at Sheridan College; and RECEPTION, 6 p.m., Ucross Art Gallery. To register/get tickets for the May 3 events and for more information about the exhibit, visit www.ucrossfoundation.org/ucross-gallery.

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  • Divorce Share

    February 26, 2024  6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    The Homeplace Cowboy Church, 1082 E Brundage Ln, Sheridan, WY 82801, USA

    For more info on this group visit www.divorcecare.org, or call The Homeplace. The only cost is for the book which is $20.

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  • Grief Share

    February 26, 2024  6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    The Homeplace Cowboy Church, 1082 E Brundage Ln, Sheridan, WY 82801, USA

    A support group for encouragement after the loss of loved ones. Each session is self-contained so guests can jump in any Monday. Light refreshments served. The only cost covers the helpful material ($20). All are welcome. For more information, please call Ben Horton at 307-620-0722.

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A Look Back in Time: Nov. 10, 1919

For the first time in many years, Sheridan today found herself almost completely isolated from the outside world with all telegraph wires riddled by blizzards. Rees Davis, vice president of the state federation of labor, said today that when the miners in the Sheridan field get official word that the strike has been canceled in obedience to the order of the court, they will quietly return to work. Mayor Camplin today issued a proclamation asking for the general closing of business in Sheridan at 11 o’clock tomorrow in observance of the first anniversary of the signing of the armistice. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stevenson of Ranchester are in Sheridan shopping and attending to business matters. More Like this A Look Back in Time: April 30, 1915 A Look Back in Time: June 4, 1915 A Look Back in Time: Dec. 12, 1915 A Look Back in Time: Feb. 18, 1916

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