The LACC would like to apologize for the lack of post the last few days. We have experienced a little trouble with our internet and technology in general. However. we are back and ready to give you all sorts of things to do in Laramie.
Who attend the Parachute, BoysLikeGirls & All American Rejects concert last night on the University of Wyoming campus? It was an amazing show and we recommend you start taking advantage of the inexpensive concerts brought to Laramie through UW. Bands that you hear everyday on your favorite station have become frequent visitors to our great town.
Enjoy this great tune from Parachute that was a crowd favorite at last night’s show.
Now, here is your Daily Dose brought to you by the Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce.
1. Maters of Misery Haunted House to Benefit the Cathedral Home for Children. From October 25, 2012 – October 27, 2012 & October 31, 2012 if you are not sure what to do this Halloween here is a solution. Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be hosting the Masters of Misery Haunted House. All proceeds will go to the Cathedral Home for Children! Get ready to be scared!
OCTOBER 25th, 26th and 27th 7:00 P.M. to 2:00 A.M.
OCTOBER 31st from 6:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M.
2. Spring Wind Assisted Living Business After Hours
. From 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM the Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours hosted by Spring Wind Assisted Living. Enjoy drinks, snacks, prizes, and more!
Whistle Stop F.I.L.M. Tonight at 5:00 PM The Whistle Stop F.I.L.M. (Filmmaker Interactive Local Meetup) Festival is coming to the Platte Valley! The WSFF will be featuring films from Wyoming filmmakers and films about Wyoming history, life, and culture. The first night of the festival will begin at 4:30 pm with a pre-movie social at the Saratoga Resort and Spa followed by the films “Gambling for the Future” and “A Land Out of Time”. “Gambling for the Future” focuses on the Wind River Casino and its focus on the economic development of the Wind River Indian Reservation. “A Land Out of Time” features Carbon County locals and is about oil and gas development in the West.
The second night of the WSFF will start at 5 pm at the Grand Encampment Museum with the film “Oh, You Cowgirl” and will be followed by “Merritt”; a western version of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” written, performed, and directed by the Encampment 9thGrade English Class. “Oh, You Cowgirl” is a film about the culture of the cowgirl and the legendary Prairie Rose Henderson. Discussions will follow all films.
For more information please call 307-710-7734.