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1. From Carnegie to Today: A Library Walking Tour. 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Starts in the Carnegie Building lobby (405 Grand) and ends at the Albany County Public Library. For more information on upcoming events call us at 307-721-2580 ext 5462, email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit their website, or friend them on Facebook.
2. Farmer’s Market. Going from 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM The Downtown Farmer’s Market runs from July through the end of September every Friday and has had up to 30+ vendors. The market is a great place to find fresh vegetables, homemade bread, kettle corn, roasted peppers, homemade salsa, and locally handcrafted pottery and crafts.
3. ”We Are What We Build–Old Laramie City’s Architectural Power” Walking Tour. From 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM this downtown tour will highlight the splendor of Old Laramie City’s grand Victorian architecture, heralding the new town’s importance on the Union Pacific Railroad Line. Greco-Roman detail, sweeping cornices, intricate embellishment, and design links to Italian Renaissance revival will be investigated as the tour progresses. Historic preservation triumphs and challenges will be shown along the way. Laramie’s rough-shod cowboy culture provides a backdrop for the tour.