CASPER, Wyo. – Here is a study of the events that take place in and around the oil city during the fourth weekend of July. Check after more events are added.
“Art 2021 for the tracks: A public art market”
25 new public art installations have been climbed on the Platte River Trail. The reception opening event takes place from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Tate Pumphouse.
There will be guided walks exploring the new art installations, as well as live music from “Mastermind of Monkey”, food trucks and beer, organizers said.
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“Get a piece to eat, something to drink and stroll through this unique, open-air art gallery.”
Cinema at the Station
The free outdoor movie event at David Street Station continues at 7:00 pm Friday with “The Croods”.
Art 321 – Potem creative family totem
Instructor Thelma Davis’s workshop will begin at 6:00 pm at Art 321. “We will learn how to make pots for totems!” stated in the event post. “You can pay when you log in to the workshop or register in advance.”
Legendary country and American singer / songwriter Dwight Yoakam performs at 8:00 a.m. Friday at the Ford Wyoming Center.
Gate 2 opens at 7:00 p.m., organizers said, and the concert will take place outside in parking lot # 9.
“It’s a General Acceptance Show. Chairs will not be provided. Attendees are encouraged to bring their seats. Lawn chairs are welcome! ”
Tickets start at $ 39, plus applicable fees.
307 FEST: A weekend of food, fireworks and fun
- Saturday, July 3 from 4-10 p.m.
- Sunday, July 4 from 8-10 p.m.
The Fourth of July celebrations will be held throughout the weekend at the Ford Wyoming Center. “The free community event includes food trucks, food vendors, Wyoming vendors, an Art 321 sidewalk chalk race, live music and a fireworks display,” the event post reads.
The Cornhole Tournament of the Oil City Beer Company starts at 5:00 pm Saturday. Registration details and band formations are available here.
Midwest 3rd Anniversary Fireworks Celebration
Join the Midwest Fire Department at Midwest Park on Saturday, July 3 for the 3rd annual July Fourth of July, sponsored by Salt Creek Emergency Services, who promise a “bigger and better” fireworks display this year.
“You will not be disappointed!” Said SCES on social media. The event will also feature children’s games, a diving cabin for firefighters and a cornfield tour for ages 13 and up. Half of the entrance fee will be paid for the first and second place.
Fun starts at 4:00 pm with childrens games, and the BBQ community starts at 5:00 pm Gather on the softball field at 10:00 pm for the start of the fireworks display.
The fireworks display will begin at the Ford Wyoming Center at 8:00 p.m. Admission is free this year, thanks to sponsorship updates from the McMurry Foundation, Hat Six Travel Plaza and Greiner Ford, said General Manager Brad Murphy.
Typically, 3,000 – 3,500 people catch the field show, Murphy said, but he expects a lot more this year.