Musical matinee set to return to Cheyenne

December 3, 2018 by  

The pleasures of classical music will be showcased as part of a Cheyenne event that will bring families together to take in a program of pieces sharing a common theme.

The popular Family Matinee is [Read more]

All aboard to view Cheyenne’s holiday lights

November 5, 2018 by  

For many families, viewing the colorful lights of holiday displays is a welcome tradition, and in Cheyenne, the public is invited to hop aboard the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley to enjoy the experience in style.

Riders on the trolley will be traveling in warmth and comfort, and they can bring along a cup of hot chocolate or other drink as well. While everyone is invited to be a part of the fun, the organizers noted that they tickets should be purchased in advance. The tours will depart from the Sears Frontier Mall location, and they leave at 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm sharp.

Tickets for the holiday trolley rides are on offer for $12 for each adult and $6 for children. Large groups can book the vehicle for a private light viewing. These charters are $185 for a 90-minute booking and $130 for a 60-minute timeslot.

Al ages are welcome to be a part of this traditional holiday experience. A poster printing company will be able to design and then produce posters and signage that markets an event like this to the local area.

December 12 will mark the first date for the 2018 Holiday Light Tour. They will continue to be held each evening after that until December 24, and anyone who has questions or would like more details about how and where to purchase tickets is asked to visit the trolley’s website.

Cheyenne market preparing to return for another season

October 5, 2018 by  

Cheyenne’s community of farmers, crafters and other small businesses come together each winter in a series of events that offer the public an opportunity to enjoy the fruits of their labors, and this year will be no exception.

Plans are in [Read more]

Cheyenne course planned for public information officers

September 4, 2018 by  

In an emergency situation, keeping the public informed can be a vital step in ensuring their safety, and a two-day-long Cheyenne workshop will be taking this on board.

The goal of the [Read more]

Cheyenne course to teach techniques for managing wide area searches

August 4, 2018 by  

When searching for a person who is missing, every minute counts, and a Cheyenne course will equip those who take part with skills they can use to make the most from a wide area search.

The training, which [Read more]

Cheyenne to host course for emergency responders

July 9, 2018 by  

The organization of a wide area search can be one of the duties needed to be undertaken in times of emergency, and a Cheyenne training session will equip those who participate with knowledge and skills they can use in [Read more]

Cheyenne preparing to go Greek

June 6, 2018 by  

Cheyenne will be celebrating its Greek side this fall, and a full slate of activities has been planned to mark the occasion.

This will be [Read more]

Cheyenne shelter to offer summer camp sessions

May 5, 2018 by  

The Cheyenne Animal Shelter provides a refuge for creatures that are lost, abandoned, abused or neglected, and it is also a source of education for the public. This summer, its [Read more]

All aboard for fun during Cheyenne’s Depot Days

April 5, 2018 by  

This year, Cheyenne will once again be hosting Depot Days, and it will be partnering with another annual event to offer train lovers as much fun as [Read more]

Cheyenne home show planned 

March 4, 2018 by  

A huge event is coming to Cheyenne that will bring together an assortment of vendors offering the latest in home renovation, design, landscaping and many other areas, all under one roof.

The Cheyenne Spring Home Show, which bills itself as being the leading expo of [Read more]

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