An annual exciting public art performance and gallery crawl that includes the Nu2u street dance (Sept. 8), established art retailers alongside “pop-up” shops, local musicians and busking street performers. Galleries and pop-ups will be open Friday evening (late) and Saturday afternoon, Sept. 8 and 9, 2017. For more information, visit the Pop Up Art Walk on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1467376523583539/
Each year we'll be partnering with UW Athletics to "mash" a series of events together to welcome students to Laramie and kick off football season! Join us Sept. 15th, the night before UW plays the Oregon Ducks for live music and a street dance with the Jalan Crossland band, the Boogie Woogers, Tie Hacks and entertainment by Las Vegas magician John Rotillini! Local food trucks, beverages, beer and cocktails from Altitude, Lovejoy's, the Crowbar, the Third Street Bar, Pepsi, Blue Ribbon BBQ, Bear Bait, Double Dubs, Southern Hospitality and Kona Ice.
Visit the Laramie Mash Up Facebook page for more information.
The Mash Up is LMSA’s annual fundraising event and couldn't happen without the generous support of the following businesses:
Toyota of Laramie, Blue Federal Credit Union, Rocky Mountain Power, Premier Bone and Joint, Pepsi/Wyoming Beverage, D&L Music, Laramie Lights, Wyoming Public Media, Crowbar and Grill, Lovejoy's Bar & Grill, Altitude Chophouse & Brewery, Third Street Bar, Stitches Acute Care Center, L-ECS, UniWyo, First Interstate Bank, Laramie GM Auto, Pence and MacMillan, Fremont Electric, BioLife, Big Hollow Food Coop, ANB, Back of the Wagon, Eagle Plumbing & Heating, Alsco, Hamaker Excavation, Bloedorn Lumber, First American Title, Cook and Associates, Remax/Kelly Cooksey, Corthell & King, Western States Bank, Campus Crest/The Verge, The Fly Store, Mountain West Farm Bureau, Security First Bank, ACM, Adventure Jeep Dodge Ram and West Inc.
Join us at the historic Train Depot (1st and Kearney) as we say thanks to all our volunteers, both community members and UW faculty, staff and students for helping to make Laramie an awesome place to live! Free food, drinks and live entertainment sponsored by Solar Fest. Visit: https://uwyobigevent.com for details or to sign up!
Mural and public art walking and bike tours are offered in the summers, weather dependent, or by appointment.
Tours highlight local history, public art and monuments, the Laramie Mural Project, the business history of downtown, impact of the railroad, unique architecture features and the history of bicycling in the Gem City from the 1890's onward.
Private tours are available in the summer/fall season for groups of five or more. Call 307-760-3355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation.
Join us for Community Clean Up day by "adopting a block" downtown. We are targeting Third Street but welcome business and community members interested in cleaning, sweeping, pulling weeds, washing windows, etc. in any part of the downtown. Safety vests and trash bags will be provided from 7:30 to 9 am at City Hall, 406 Ivinson Avenue. Lunch will be served to volunteers 11 am to 1 pm behind Fire Station #1 on 4th Street. Community Clean Up day is sponsored by the Laramie Beautification Committee, Laramie Chamber Business Alliance, Laramie Boomerang, the City of Laramie and Laramie Main Street. For more info. or to sign up as a volunteer, email email@example.com
The Downtown Farmers Market is every Friday, 3 to 7 p.m. June 29 through the end of Sept. Enjoy fresh produce, hand made goods, seasonal cocktails, live music and local arts. For more information visit Laramie Farmers Market. Dates for 2018 include: 6/29, 7/6, 7/20, 7/27, 8/3, 8/10, 8/17, 8/24, 8/31, 9/7, 9/14, 9/21 and 9/28
Celebrating statehood the days leading up to Wyoming's birthday on July 10, join us for Brewfest, the rodeo, parade, live music, local shops or street dances. BONUS: in 2018 we'll be celebrating the 150th anniversary of the railroad coming through town. Visit http://laramiejubileedays.net for a full schedule of events.
Visit Laramie Brew Fest 2017 for more information and tickets.
Laramie Main Street invites you to shop local on Small Business Saturday, the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Over 60 Laramie businesses, from retail to restaurants, are offering specials, promotions and new holiday merchandise. This is a great day to say "thanks" to the mom and pop shops that keep our community vibrant! Visit www.shopsmalllaramie.com to access the shopping guide.
This year the tree lighting and parade will be held on Friday, December 7 from 6 to 6:30 pm. This year's theme is Elf on a Shelf. Route: the parade will head south on Second, West on University (right), South on First (left), East on Garfield (left) and North on Second (left). Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application, due by Nov. 29.