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Royale Treatment: Wyoming’s Most Prestigious Art Show This Weekend in Cody

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The biggest names in western art will be represented at Wyoming’s most prestigious art event, the Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale this weekend in Cody. Last year, despite the pandemic, it raised more than $1 million and with 104 artists represented this year, organizers are excited about this year’s event.

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Something different for the New Year — a mac&cheese festival

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Mac&Cheese Festival
The team from HQ Southern Barbecue in Casper serves up a sampling of macaroni and cheese as part of the 2018 “Noon Year’s Mac&Cheese Fest” in Casper. (Courtesy photo)

A New Year’s celebration for those who love macaroni and cheese and may not be able to stay awake until midnight is on tap in Casper on Dec. 31.

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Giant bronze horses created in Cowboy State, headed for Sicily

in Column/arts and culture/Bill Sniffin
Bronze horses
Eagle Bronze Foundry workers are dwarfed by the size of these bronze horses created in Lander by the Italian-American artist Arturo Di Modica. They were recently shipped to Sicily. (Photo credit: Bill Sniffin)

In a state where the cowboy culture of horses is almost a religion, it was fitting that two of the largest horses in the world were created here.

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Cheyenne’s Edge Fest Scores Hot Acts, Cool Vibes for Fifth Annual Event

in Community/Food and Beverage/arts and culture

Cheyenne residents and area visitors from all over the region are in for stellar performances, great food and a happening party this Saturday, August 24 as Edge Fest takes over the new Civic Commons Park and Amphitheater on Cheyenne’s West Edge.

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Cheyenne Frontier Days: Behind the Chutes

in Community/Tourism/arts and culture

You can tell it’s Cheyenne Frontier Days because the heat has finally kicked up to the 90s in Cheyenne. When the July heat starts cooking, Cheyenne Frontier Days gets into gear. Part of the magic can be witnessed by locals and tourists who can step in the arena mud and dirt as part of the Behind the Chutes tour.

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