Wyoming Women: Then & Now
Events throughout April
The Big Piney Library, along with several other local businesses
and organizations, are celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Wyoming
women winning the right to vote, and the 100th Anniversary of the
19th Amendment with a variety of events that focus on the history
and current issues of women living in the Equality State. These
events are supported in part by a grant from thinkWY|Wyoming Humanities.
During all of April, throughout Marbleton and Big Piney, our amazing
business women will have a poster hanging in her business window
that highlights her. These posters will be hung in nearly 20 offices
and businesses in our little towns, featuring some of our wonderful
Wyoming women. Make a point to find them all!
All Wyoming Women: Then & Now events are free unless otherwise
Every Wednesday & Thursday during April
Southwest Sublette County Pioneers Senior Citizen Center
Enjoy lunch* with friends and family at the Senior Center on Wednesdays
and Thursdays in April and hear 6th graders tell stories that they've
written in class about an important woman in their lives, or listen
to area seniors speak from memory about a significant woman in their
The Southwest Sublette County Pioneers Senior Citizen Center is
located at 429 E. 1st St. in Big Piney. Lunches occur on April 3rd,
4th, 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th, and 25th.
* There is a fee for lunch. Call (307) 276-3249 for more info.
Non-seniors must call a day ahead to make reservations for lunch.
the Senior Lunches on Facebook
Frontier Life: A Woman's Perspective
Wednesday, April 24th
The Green River Valley Museum
Listen to short stories, histories and reminiscences written by
local women about their inner and outer experiences on the frontier
over the past 91 years. Appetizers will be served. The Sublette
County Artists Guild has provided a forum for artists to share their
written, visual and auditory art since 1928.
this event on Facebook
There are also events occurring at the Pinedale Library. Learn