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Cheyenne Home & Garden Design Spring Show

You’re buying a new home in or near Cheyenne – and of course you want to add your personal touches. Here are three places to go for fresh ideas: Mark your calendar for the Cheyenne Home & Garden Spring Show happening May 11-13, 2018 at the Cheyenne Ice & Events Center. Featuring the latest in design trends, remodeling, gardening, lifestyle and full home automation, this exciting event puts you face-to-face with local vendors. Get your…

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Nightlife in Cheyenne – What to do!

Yes, there is nightlife in Cheyenne! Cheyenne is well-known as a family-friendly city with lots of activities and events everyone can enjoy. But Cheyenne also features a diverse nightlife which includes everything from relaxed neighborhood bars to on-site brew pubs to dance clubs. Here are 5 Cheyenne hot spots just for grown-ups: Outlaw Saloon – This 3-level bar is also a well-known Cheyenne concert venue, with live bands, including nationally-known acts, Wednesday through Sunday. On…

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Outdoor Fun in and Around Cheyenne

Wyoming residents are lovers of the outdoors! There are endless activities available for residents and visitors to enjoy – everything from fishing to camping to horseback riding to boating. Numerous sightseeing opportunities are available as well. Here are three of our favorite Cheyenne area activities in the great outdoors: Located just 24 miles west of Cheyenne, Curt Gowdy State Park boasts three reservoirs and excellent rainbow trout, brown trout, and kokonee salmon fishing. There is…

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Three Great Afternoons – Cheyenne’s Wild West Museums

Cheyenne and Wyoming have a rich history. Several museums in Cheyenne give visitors an intriguing view of the peoples and events that have shaped the West. Here are three of our favorites: Wyoming State Museum, 2301 Central Avenue: Permanent exhibits include a historic overview of the National Park Service in Wyoming, home to 6 NPS sites; an extensive collection of Native American artifacts; displays and showcasing common wildlife; information about the state’s mining industry; and…

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Cheyenne: Magic City of the Plains

The first charter for the City of Cheyenne was established in 1867 when Gen. Grenville Dodge established a Union Pacific Railroad townsite in the Dakota Territory. Within a month, 3 married couples and 3 men had arrived, an office was opened to sell lots, and the first frame house went up at Ferguson and 16thStreet. A few weeks later, construction began on Fort D.A. Russell, a military post established to protect the railroad. Within a…

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