Ivinson Mansion is hosting a free art event the last day of Jubilee Days. Art Fest on the Ivinson Lawn, which was previously held on the last Saturday of Jubilee Days, will take place this Sunday, July 13.

People are invited to visit the grounds of the historic Ivinson Mansion from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to view works from artists and vendors from all around the area. According to Mary Mountain, director of the Laramie Plains Museum,  jewelry makers, painters, authors, photographers and various food vendors along with musical entertainment will all be there.

“It’s a great, gentle way to end Jubilee Days,” says Mountain.

In addition, the museum is offering two dollar walk-through tours. Walk-through tours of the museum are normally ten dollars for adults and five dollars for students and members of the military.

The Art Fest on the Ivinson Lawn is free to the public.

For more information on the event contact the Laramie Plains Museum at 307-742-4448.