Apr
4
Tue
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Dubois Branch Library
Apr 4 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Dubois Branch Library  | Dubois | Wyoming | United States

Join Pat Stuart, retired CIA station chief for True Stories from the Espionage Wars.  Stuart will share real life stories and perspectives on what life is like for our covert warriors.  Through her own experience  the personal and professional struggles faced by covert government face while doing their part toward keeping America safe.  Stuart will draw on her career and will share what real spies did and why they did it, and discuss the choices. The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your will be prepared to consider the inforation from a new perspective and draw thoughtful and better informed conclusions.

Apr
11
Tue
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Riverton Branch Library
Apr 11 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Riverton Branch Library | Riverton | Wyoming | United States

Join retired CIA Station Chief Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars. Stuart shares her personal stories and perceptions of what life is like for our covert warriors; describing both personal and professional struggles they face while doing their part toward keeping America safe. Hear true stories drawn from the speaker’s career, and learn how decisons are made.  The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your thoughtful conclusions will be informed by what you have learned through this program.

Apr
12
Wed
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Fremont County Library
Apr 12 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories of the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Fremont County Library | Lander | Wyoming | United States

Join retired CIA Station Chief Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars. Stuart shares her personal stories and perceptions of what life is like for our covert warriors; describing both personal and professional struggles they face while doing their part toward keeping America safe. Hear true stories drawn from the speaker’s career, and learn how decisons are made.  The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your thoughtful conclusions will be informed by what you have learned through this program.

Apr
20
Thu
Triple Crown Winner with Richard Maturi @ Lander Pioneer Museum
Apr 20 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Triple Crown Winner with Richard Maturi @ Lander Pioneer Museum | Lander | Wyoming | United States

Join author Richard Maturi for Triple Crown Winner, the story of how western Jockey, Earl Sande, captured American horse Racing’s top prize.  Of the thousands of jockeys and horses who have plied America’s turf, only eleven men have ever won the Triple Crown. Come and learn about Western jockey Earl Sande, winner of the 1930 Triple Crown on Gallant Fox.  Participants will leave with an appreciation of the jockey as the ultimate athlete and the key role horses played in early American history and recreation.  Husband and wife authors Richard and Mary Maturi colaborate on their presentations.

May
11
Thu
Magic Carpet Made of Steel with Bill Rossiter @ Fremont County Pioneer Museum
May 11 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Join educator and songster Bill Rossiter for  a musical presentation; “Magic Carpet made of Steel”. Songs and stories help recapture the wonder railroads once inspired. Using tunes and yarns this Rossiter explores what railroads meant to the West in particular and the US in general in both the distant and not so distant past.

May
12
Fri
Stories, Songs and Sodbusters with Bill Rossiter @ Riverton Branch Library
May 12 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Stories, Songs and Sodbusters with Bill Rossiter @ Riverton Branch Library | Riverton | Wyoming | United States

Join educator and songster Bill Rossiter for a presentation infused with music,  Stories, Songs and Sodbusters.  Rossiter uses stories and yarns to share stories of homesteaders, following a dream, who went west and stayed.  Braving the “Great American Desert” with hand tools and a bucket of hope, they sang about the land of milk and honey. By the time they’d settled on their claims their songs included lyrics about alkali water, grasshopper plagues, chickens with the pip, leaky sod huts and coyotes at the door.

 

Jun
21
Wed
How This Place is Home with Barbara Allen Bogart @ Dubois Museum
Jun 21 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
How This Place is Home with Barbara Allen Bogart @ Dubois Museum  | Dubois | Wyoming | United States

Join folklorist Barbara Allen Bogart for How This Place Is Home.  Bogart explores our deep connections with the landscapes in which we live and how those connections shape our attitudes, values and personal identity. Discover how and where you live affects who you are and how you see the world. Barbara Allen Bogart has a Ph.D. in Folklore Studies from UCLA, served an Associate Professor in American Studies at the University of Notre Dame and Director of the Uinta County Museum in Evanston WY, and is a published author of In Place: Stories of Landscape and Identity from the American West (1995) and Images of America: Evanston (2009)

Jun
22
Thu
How This Place is Home with Barbara Bogart @ Fremont County Pioneer Museum
Jun 22 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
How This Place is Home with Barbara Bogart @ Fremont County Pioneer Museum | Lander | Wyoming | United States

Join folklorist Barbara Allen Bogart for How This Place Is Home.  Bogart  explores our deep connections with the landscapes in which we live and how those connections shape our attitudes, values and personal identity. Discover how and where you live affects who you are and how you see the world. Barbara Allen Bogart has a Ph.D. in Folklore Studies from UCLA, served an Associate Professor in American Studies at the University of Notre Dame and Director of the Uinta County Museum in Evanston WY, and is a published author of In Place: Stories of Landscape and Identity from the American West (1995) and Images of America: Evanston (2009)

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