This Weekend in Fremont County: Brews, races, tours and so much more

(Fremont County, Wyo.) – There is a lot going this weekend in Fremont County. Get out and have some fun. For more information on these and others, visit County10.com’s events calendar here.

Thursday, June 12

Summer Antique Fair – Come enjoy their antique fair, featuring several vendors spotlighting glass wares, tea sets, toys, and many other fine collectables at the River Rock Carriage House at 2223 Mortimore Lane from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.

South Pass City State Historic Site Carissa Mine Tour – On Thursday, Friday, Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Labor Day. Tours are limited to 25 people, call 307-332-3684. The tour is very rigorous and participants should be able to negotiate steep terrain and steep stairs. It is not appropriate for young children.

 

Friday, June 13

Summer Antique Fair – Come enjoy their antique fair, featuring several vendors spotlighting glass wares, tea sets, toys, and many other fine collectables at the River Rock Carriage House at 2223 Mortimore Lane from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.

South Pass City State Historic Site Carissa Mine Tour – On Thursday, Friday, Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Labor Day. Tours are limited to 25 people, call 307-332-3684. The tour is very rigorous and participants should be able to negotiate steep terrain and steep stairs. It is not appropriate for young children.

Fremont Toyota Brewfest – The two-day Lander Brew Festival features 20-plus micro brewers spotlighting their 70 favorite brews, bands, great food & and a relaxed family atmosphere. The festival starts at 5 p.m. and goes until 9 p.m. Read more about the fun here.

Pathways of Expression 2014 – The reception for the annual special needs artists show opens at 6 p.m. and goes until 8 p.m. at the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Gallery. This art show is sponsored by Community Entry Services, Rocky Mountain Re-Entry Services, Central Wyoming College and Generous Community Support.

Don Scheer Memorial Pack Horse Race Calcutta – Starts at 8 p.m. at the Outlaw Saloon in Dubois.

 

Saturday, June 14

CSSHA Working Cow Horse Show – Cowboy State Stock Horse Association Summer Series; Working Cow Horse Show, Pavillion. 307-332-5546.

Lip Rippers Carp Derby - Lip Rippers 2nd Annual Carp Derby, 5 Pike Cir, Shoshoni, Near the intersection of Pike Cir and US-20, (307) 876-2345.

Fremont Area Road Tour – Registration is open for the Lander Cycling Club’s 2014 Fremont Area Road Tour (F.A.R.T.), to be held on Saturday, June 14th. The ride begins at Lander’s City Park at 6:30 a.m. Read here for more details.

Fast & Furriest Fun Walk/Run – 3rd Annual 5k/1k run/walk to help support the Critical Care Companion Animal County Fund in Riverton. Come join all the fun, great prizes, educational booths, free BBQ, and great race events! Registration begins 7:30am. Brandi Waheed. DVM, 307-856-7764.

Dubois Byrd Draw Exploration – Join naturalist educator Bruce Thompson and Dubois Museum educator Sally Wulbrecht for a free trek up Byrd Draw in the Dubois Badlands to investigate what the rocks, plants and animal tracks have to tell us about life in a badlands canyon. Bring lunch, plenty of water, and wear sturdy hiking shoes or boots. Meet at the Dubois museum at 8:30 a.m. to carpool to Byrd Draw.

Dubois Kids Fishing Day – Dubois kids fishing day is free to all and will be at the Scout’s Pond facility on the Wind River Ranger District near the Horse Creek Station. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and the event starts at 9 a.m. with short structured education sessions about fishing.

Brewfest Brewers Golf Tournament – Come tee-off with some of the nations top brewers at the 1st Annual Brewers Golf Tournament at the Lander Golf and Country Club, 1 Golf Course Dr. This 9-hole scramble will be one to remember and is open to the public for only $21 per entry. Visit here for more details.

Shoshoni Days & Don Layton Antique Tractor & Engine Show – This will be held in the East Park, Shoshoni, starting at 10 a.m. Parade, tractor games, crafts and food! Learn more about the free event here.

Don Scheer Memorial Pack Horse Race – Open Division starts at 10 a.m., among other festivities. Learn more here.

Summer Antique Fair – Come enjoy their antique fair, featuring several vendors spotlighting glass wares, tea sets, toys, and many other fine collectables at the River Rock Carriage House at 2223 Mortimore Lane from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Fremont Toyota Brewfest – The two-day Lander Brew Festival features 20-plus micro brewers spotlighting their 70 favorite brews, bands, great food & and a relaxed family atmosphere. The festival starts at 2 p.m. and goes until 7 p.m. Read more about the fun here.

Dirt Jump Bicycle Park Grand Opening – Celebrate the Grand Opening include a park dedication, BBQ, pro rider demonstrations, a Rocky Mountain Flow dirt jumper raffle, a Felt Chasm BMX giveaway, and so much more. This site was professionally designed and built by Kyle Ebbett. Starts at 2pm, park in next to the Lander Vallery High School. Read more about the event here.

Ultimate Miniature Bullriding – At the Lander Rodeo Grounds starting at 2 p.m. Call 349-6400 for more information.

South Pass City State Historic Site Carissa Mine Tour – On Thursday, Friday, Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Labor Day. Tours are limited to 25 people, call 307-332-3684. The tour is very rigorous and participants should be able to negotiate steep terrain and steep stairs. It is not appropriate for young children.

 

Sunday, June 15

CSSHA Working Cow Horse Show – Cowboy State Stock Horse Association Summer Series; Working Cow Horse Show, Pavillion. 307-332-5546.

Don Scheer Memorial Pack Horse Race – Old Timers Division starts at 10 a.m., among other festivities. Learn more here.

Shoshoni Days & Don Layton Antique Tractor & Engine Show – This will be held in the East Park, Shoshoni, starting at 10 a.m. Parade, tractor games, crafts and food! Learn more about the free event here.

South Pass City State Historic Site Carissa Mine Tour – On Thursday, Friday, Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Labor Day. Tours are limited to 25 people, call 307-332-3684. The tour is very rigorous and participants should be able to negotiate steep terrain and steep stairs. It is not appropriate for young children.