Laramie Events Calendar

No matter what time of year you’re visiting Laramie, there are plenty of events to fill your trip. Catch a game at the UW, listen to live music, or stroll through our downtown Farmers Market. If you’ve already planned your Laramie travels, don’t forget about the Legends of Laramie tour.

Sep
26
Tue
FZF Piano Trio Concert @ Buchanan Performing Arts Center Recital Hall
Sep 26 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
FZF Piano Trio Concert @ Buchanan Performing Arts Center Recital Hall

Formed by music faculty at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, FZF piano trio presents a program featuring piano trios by Mendelssohn, Poulenc, and Shostakovich.

Sep
28
Thu
UW Wind Symphony “Fall Pops Concert” @ Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall
Sep 28 @ 7:30 pm
UW Wind Symphony “Fall Pops Concert” @ Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall

Join the University of Wyoming’s premiere concert band featuring wind and percussion musicians for its first fall concert. Dr. Bob Belser, director.

Sep
29
Fri
Downtown Laramie Farmer’s Markets @ 2nd Street & Grand Ave
Sep 29 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Downtown Laramie Farmer's Markets @ 2nd Street & Grand Ave

Laramie Farmers Market, every Friday from 3PM – 7PM, July through September

 

Downtown Walking Mural Tour- UW Family Weekend @ 1st Street Plaza
Sep 29 @ 4:00 pm
Downtown Walking Mural Tour- UW Family Weekend @ 1st Street Plaza

Mural Walking Tour for UW Family Weekend

Visit Laramie’s 14 award-winning murals and learn more about the artists and meaning behind each piece. Tours highlight public art and monuments, the Laramie Mural Project, history of downtown, impact of the railroad, unique architecture.

UW Harry C Vaughan Planetarium-2 showings Greek Mythology 6pm & Our Place in Time and Space 8pm @ Physical Science building, University of Wyoming
Sep 29 @ 6:00 pm
UW Harry C Vaughan Planetarium-2 showings Greek Mythology 6pm  & Our Place in Time and Space 8pm @ Physical Science building, University of Wyoming

6:00pm Greek Mythology Duration: 50 minutes

Ancient civilizations used the night sky as a clock, calendar, and story board for their unique mythologies. The 88 constellations that piece our sky together are dominated by Ancient Greek Mythology and the heroes, villains, gods, and men that feature in Grecian myths. Tonight we will connect the dots to discover the characters that lie in these constellations and help astronomers navigate the night sky.

8:00pm Our Place in Time and Space Duration: 50 minutes

You may sometimes wonder where we are in the Universe. But, do you ever think “when” are we in the Universe? This show takes a look at not only our physical place in the cosmos, but also the unique time in which we exist. From the Big Bang to the ultimate fate of our Universe tonight will explore the Earth’s place in time and space.

9:00pm FREE Tour of our STAR Observatory Duration: Weather Dependent

Dance Theatre of Harlem @ A&S Auditorium, University of Wyoming
Sep 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Dance Theatre of Harlem @ A&S Auditorium, University of Wyoming

Founded in 1969 by Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook, Dance Theatre of Harlem is a leading dance institution of unparalleled global acclaim. Known for its thrilling performances that successfully challenge preconceived notions, Dance Theatre of Harlem performs an eclectic, demanding repertoire consisting of treasured classics, neo-classical Balanchine works, cutting edge contemporary works, and works that use the language of ballet to celebrate African American culture.

Sep
30
Sat
Race to the Tetons @ Train Depot Park, Kearney and 1st St
Sep 30 @ 8:00 am
Race to the Tetons @ Train Depot Park, Kearney and 1st St

Race to the Tetons is an adventure race in Downtown Laramie to raise money to send Beitel Elementary 4th graders to Teton Science School. Come run/bike/walk and have fun with us while supporting a great cause! You’ll get clues, perform challenges and have fun! We have different waves for different levels of competition. Get a few friends, family or neighbors and sign up!

The event starts at the Train Depot and the approximately 5k course runs throughout downtown Laramie.

Anyone interested in this event can put together a team from 4 to 6 members. There are waves for biking, families, semi-competitive, and competitive.

Saturday, September 30th.

Beitel 4th graders will head to Teton Science School again this year and 100% of these funds go to support them attending.

Sign up today online at https://goo.gl/forms/YRbTMMvAFGP7EbGD2.

UW COWBOY FOOTBALL VS TEXAS STATE @ War Memorial Stadium
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm
Oct
2
Mon
“Home Front in Wyoming” @ Alice Hardie Stevens Center, Laramie Plains Museum
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm
"Home Front in Wyoming" @ Alice Hardie Stevens Center, Laramie Plains Museum

Tom Rea,editor of WyoHistory.org, will discuss civilian life in Wyoming during the years immediately before,during and after the nation’s engagement in the war in 1917 and 1918. This talk is the third of a series on the Great War sponsored by the University of Wyoming libraries.

Oct
3
Tue
Forever Family Ride @ Downtown Laramie
Oct 3 all-day
Forever Family Ride @ Downtown Laramie

A motorcycle ride from Loveland to Laramie with a street dance in downtown Laramie benefiting Realities for Children. Riders will park on the streets of downtown Laramie between 10:30 and 1:30 pm for live music, lunch and shopping.