The Pioneer hosts this event in honor of Lander’s long history as a hub of apple orchards. Lander was known as the “Apple City”
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This is a great day to get out and visit the Museum! We’ll be making harvest and Halloween themed crafts and snacks, and we’ll have some of our classic Kid’s ga
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Stan Grove from the Riverton Mineral and Gem Society will do a talk on the fascinating geology of our area, and will have rock and mineral samples to show.
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The National Bighorn Sheep Center and Dubois Museum enjoy bringing our visitors our Annual Mystery Sheep Trap Trek, and this year is no different.
This year we will follow the tie hacks up the West Dunoir Valley to see where they harvested ties, stacked the ties, and where the main headquarters was.
We will begin with class time inside, followed by a trip in cars to a designated location to look at the white lights in the summer sky.
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The bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941 resulted in President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing Executive Order 9066 that rounded up 120,000 Japanese, mostly on the Wes
Originally constructed in 1922 and known as the Amoretti Hotel and Camp Company. Today it is known as Brook Lake Lodge, learn about the times in-between.