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Introducing The Sheridan Channel 22
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Enjoy exploring The Sheridan Channel’s “real”showcase of what the Sheridan area has to offer to visitors with the many and varied tourism attractions in the King of Cowboy Towns!
The Sheridan Channel is dedicated to providing viewers with information about current events, activities and attractions available in Sheridan, Wyoming. The channel really focuses the spotlight on the many rich experiences awaiting visitors, as well as area residents who haven’t yet experienced these attractions offered.
Here is a sampling of the videos pertaining to a variety of popular activity interests located throughout the Sheridan Travel and Tourism’s Web Site in the videos section under ‘Additional Information‘:
|Downtown||Ride the Trolley||Dining and Nightlife|
|Rodeos||Polo Matches||Sheridan Museum|
|Mountains||History||Story Fish Hatchery|
|Activities||WYO Theater||During the Summer|
|Hang Gliding||Trail End Holidays||Parks and Facilities|
To further promote our community, The Sheridan Channel was launched by the City of Sheridan, Optimum and Wayward Films – along with Sheridan Travel and Tourism, the Sheridan County Chamber, Downtown Association, and Forward Sheridan.
1868 Treaty 140th Anniversary
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The Fort Phil Kearny Bozeman Trail Association and Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites will present a number of programs during the weekend of June 20-22, 2008. The theme of this year’s Bozeman Trail Days is the 140th Anniversary of the 1868 Treaty, as well as the closing of the Bozeman Trail and the forts along the Trail that resulted from that treaty.
Programs will include a symposium, living history programs, and walking tours of Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site. The size of Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site was recently increased from 19 acres to over 700 acres, which will allow for walking tours to a number of previously inaccessible sites.
Other recreational activities such as hiking, fishing and hunting are also being expanded, and information on these opportunities will be available during the Bozeman Trail Days events. Information will also be available about the Wagon Box Fight tour in August and the Fetterman Battlefield tour in December.
Those wanting further information on any of the planned activities can call Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site at 307-684-7629, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . Bozeman Trail Days is a partnership of the Fort Phil Kearny/Bozeman Trail Association, Kearny’s Frontier Regulars and Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site. Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site is administered by the Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources Department.