Spring has sprung in Sheridan, Wyoming. Get out there and experience all the best the mountain west has to offer.
FUN AND GAMES
Cheer on your favorite teams at the 13th Annual Snickers Soccer Cup (May 13-14) or lace up your own kicks and take part in the annual 3-on-3-basketball tournament, Hoop Jam (June 3-4). New for this spring is the Dead Swede 100/40 (June 3) offering two courses to pedal your way around Sheridan County’s beautiful landscapes.
WILD WEST EXPERIENCE
Celebrate the season in proper cowboy fashion. Learn the tools of the trade at the 24th Annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show (May 19-21, with leather crafters workshops beginning May 15). Also don’t miss the Eatons’ annual Horse Drive (May 21) when over 100 horses are cowboy-driven through the city.
TAKE A HIKE
Winter’s runoff reveals miles of trails awaiting springtime adventures. Pack a lunch, enjoy the fresh air and explore Tongue River Canyon, Soldier Ridge Trail, or the Red Grade Trail.
BECOME A CULTURE VULTURE
Visit the brand new Whitney Center for the Arts, home to performances and rotating art exhibitions. Also check out the rotating exhibitions and art classes held at the Sagebrush Community Art Center, in their new location just off of Main Street. The Brinton opened on March 15th with their annual Illustrator Show, showcasing the work of John Potter and the Gollings & Kleiber: in the Classroom exhibition. The Trail End State Historic Site and Ft Phil Kearny open for the season on April 1st while the Sheridan County Museum reopens on May 1st with new exhibits.
DRAW THE CURTAINS
From musicals and concerts to high-octane short films and plays, the WYO Theater, Carriage House and brand new Whitney Center for the Arts are host to myriad shows sure to keep you entertained all season long. The spring lineup is robust: look forward to the Trans-Nebraska Players at the Whitney Center, The Two Tracks, operas from the Met, the WYOmericana Tour, the ever-popular Banff Mountain Film Festival, and “Crimes of the Heart”.