This weekend Fremont County is the perfect place for meat lovers, art enthusiasts and history buffs.
National Museum of Military Vehicles
The National Museum of Military Vehicles opens to the public on August 7th. Free admission is available until August 9th as a special deal for the museum’s grand opening.
Starting August 10 it’ll be $15 for adults to enter the museum unless you are a U.S. Military Veteran/Active Duty. $10 for youth and free from children under 7.
Due to the risk of Covid-19 guests are required to wear a mask unless of the age of 5 and under. Only 250 people can be in the building at one time.
The museum hours are from 10 am – 5 pm and is located on 6419 US Highway 26 in Dubois, WY.
Lander Arts Center will be hosting its final days of 2020 RiverFest with an artist showcase and concert in the park.
Friday from 10 am – 6 pm LAC will be showcasing Katie Weather & Janessa Lenahan’s stained glass plant stakes, sun catchers, and panels. Needle felting and painted ornaments. As well as, Al Hubbard’s Contemporary Native Mixed Media.
Some artists will also be doing art demos.
Saturday, August 8th from 4 pm – 6 pm is a concert in City Park featuring The Dystopians. “An eclectic group of musicians wanting to bring hope, joy, and a positive atmosphere during this tumultuous time. Their style of music includes folk, rock, blues, and bluegrass influences.”
Donations are accepted. Proceeds benefit programming of the Lander Art Center.
To read the full 2020 Riverfest schedule, click here.
Dubois Volunteer Fire Department’s Buffalo BBQ
The Dubois Volunteer Fire Department will host their annual Buffalo Barbecue fundraiser Saturday, August 8th from 4 pm – 7:30 pm.
Pre-sale tickets can be bought at the Bank of Jackson Hole located in the Dubois.
Come hungry and ready to eat. For more information visit the Dubois Volunteer Fire Department Facebook page.