Whether it’s a simple matter of taking real pride in your yard, or maybe you’re looking to upgrade the curb appeal for a possible sale, a well-maintained yard is a very valuable commodity. With the short growing season we have in the Laramie Valley, you’d think that there is little time and much work to be done getting your place ready. Well, it’s actually pretty much common sense. So, let’s take a look at what needs to be done right now to help your place look its best this summer.
Laramie is justifiably proud of their choices of great places to eat. In the past few years, more and more choices have come into existence. But, with the tough economic times, many families and individuals have had to take a close look at their disposable incomes.
Singers, dancers, lights and lots and lots of action. That’s what visitors can expect when the high-energy performance group Cirque Dreams brings their exclusive stage production of Pop Goes the Rock to the Civic Center.
When the founders of the education system in America were putting together the standard school year, they left the Summer open to make sure that children living in rural America and living on farms and ranches would be available to help their families. Well, times have changed, but the schedule hasn’t.
Well, I have to confess. I didn’t know nearly as much about this annual event as I should. But, there’s always time to learn. The third annual Aquatic Easter Egg Hunt is coming up on Thursday at your Laramie Community Recreation Center.
The reconstruction of the intersection of 30th and Grand Avenue began bright and early on Monday. As you probably noticed, there are detours in effect and The Wyoming Department of Transportation and the City of Laramie remind citizens they should plan for delays, especially during peak drive times.
There’s not much in this world more important than your kids and their education. I’m pretty sure any parent would agree. With the smell and feel of Spring in the air, I got to thinking about Summer, and that reminds me that another school year is about to come to a close before we know it.
One of the best things about summer in Laramie is the annual farmer’s market downtown. It’s a great way to enjoy the fresh air and to pick up some really great fresh produce for your table. But, everything and anything can be improved, and the farmer’s market is no exception.
Okay, I know that what to do in a park is about as diverse as the number of people who use our parks in Laramie. We are blessed with both the number and the quality of the parks in our community. And, limiting the choices to just five will be hard, but, we decided we’d give it a try.
If we had asked this question even 20 years ago, the answer would have been an emphatic NO! And the next response would be “Are you crazy?”. Well, this isn’t 1992, and the issue, to be quite frank, is up in the air.
The StereoFidelics will be bringing their own, one of a kind fusion of indie rock and funk to The Gryphon theater in Laramie on Saturday, April 7th.
Chris Padgett and Melissa McGinley bring to the stage two dynamic voices, some really imaginative instrumentation and a commtiment to give the audience everything they came for with their superb, high-energy live act.
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