Saturday February 15th at 5:00pm at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody
Tickets must be purchased by Feb 1 $90 Individual $175 “Package” (couple)
A full evening starting at 5:00pm with a social hour and no-host bar, spot serenades for purchase, jewelry sales and appetizers …on to an exquisite full course beef tenderloin dinner and desert…and capped with a romantic selection of operatic arias and duets and popular favorites by Opera Wyoming!
Sponsored by the Park County Arts Council through a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Wyoming State Legislature. And the the generous support from our local sponsor, the Wyoming Seed Company.
Sunday December 15th 1:00-4:00pm Tickets $20 in advance or $25 at the door available now
Available at the Cody or Powell Chambers of Commerce, Daisy Farm Decor, Legends Bookstore, The Thistle, and the Meeteetse Visitors Center or at the door of any of the homes on the day of the tour.
This year’s tour includes the homes of:
Lynn & Carl Lampe 208 N 44th St.
Tammi & Jim Collins 52 Liberty Lane
Sandi & Rick Fisher 1302 Alger Avenue
Nettie & Alex Sitz 117 Siddle Drive
Jody & Mark Whitehead 625 18th Street
Maps will be available in an insert to the December 10th issue of the Cody Enterprise, Powell Tribune, and Heart Mountain Rustler. The insert only includes the first 3 homes listed above but all 5 are on the tour.
Tickets will be collected at the last house you attend after completing the tour to enter a drawing qualifying for a chance to win $150 Cody Bucks.
Advance Tickets $20 Adults and $5 Children and Students (thru college) available at the Cody and Powell Chambers of Commerce and Gestalt Studios or at the door of any studio on the day of the tour for $25 adults and $5 children/student.
A fun filled day celebrating Dia de los Muertos and the fine artists of our area. Get your “trick or treat” bag/ticket and start the tour visiting the studios and artists, seeing finished art and art in progress, and filling your bag with a treat from each location. The tour wraps up with a reception at Gestalt Studios where several artists feature displays, games provided by “The Painted Dwarf”, and art stations for creating your own Day of the Dead masterpieces.
10:00am-1:00pm Cody Studios:
By Western Hands 1007 12th St.
Timmer Gallery 1362b Sheridan Ave.
Mark Kronfuss 1601 22nd St.
John Giarrizzo 110 McCullough Dr. (in back)
1:00pm-4:00pm Powell Studios
Mark Harrison, “The Painted Dwarf” 1143 E Madison ( in the alley)
Scott Armstrong 150 S Jones St.
Maggie Basset “Wild Paintbrush Studio” 149 N Bent St.
Martin Garhart 405 W 2nd St.
4:00-6:00pm Reception at Gestalt Studios, 440 Park St, Powell
in concert on Friday September 13th at 8:00pm in the Washington Park Bandshell, 351 W 2nd Street in Powell, WY
Tickets: $15 Individual
available by clicking here or at the Powell and Cody Chambers of Commerce, Homesteader Museum, Meeteetse Visitors Center or at the gate.
The Super Saturated Sugar Strings is a tornado of sounds melding folk, rock, blues, and all things roots, into a beautiful, melodic, and powerful performance. We are, collectively, Kevin Worrell (bass and vocals), Carlyle Watt (guitar, banjo, vocals, bassdrum) Kathryn Moore (piano, vocals, percussion) Miriah Phelps (fiddle,vocals, small percusssion) Theresa Watt (cello, vocals, omnichord) and Logan Bean (trumpet, flugelhorn, electric bass.) Our live shows are an intense experience we hope you will enjoy. Please come out for a listen and leave us with a dance and a smile!
The Park County Arts Council presents Michael Chikuzen Gould, Chieko Iwazaki, and Kuniyasu Iwazaki in concert Saturday October 13, 2018 at the Nelson Performing Arts Auditorium, 231 W 6th Street, in Powell at 7:00pm. Tickets are available at the Powell and Cody Chambers of Commerce, Meeteetse Visitors Center, on line at www.parkcountyartscouncil.org or at the door: Adults $15 Students: $5
Please join us to celebrate a Park County treasure, Michael Chikuzen Gould (Grand Maser of Shakuhachi) in concert with Chieko Iwasaki playing Shimisen and Koto and Kuniyasu Iwazaki playing Shakuhachi. Shamisen and shakuhachi form an ancient musical partnership that dates back to eight century Buddhist monks in Japan. Compositions, both contemporary and traditional, accompanied by stories will be part of the Saturday evening performance.