If the snow has got you down at least it is Friday and you can soon be out of the office and enjoying your weekend. What do you have planned? If you feel like there is nothing to do, remember to join us each day for a new list of things to do here in Laramie. We hope you enjoy our list and here is today’s daily dose from the Laramie Are Chamber of Commerce.
1. Sledding. Stop in to All Terrain Sports and pick up a sled for an afternoon of fun in the snow. You can hit some of the many hills here in Laramie and enjoy what could be a gloomy day if spent inside. Afterwards, make up a cup of Hot Coco and enjoy warming up with a blanket and movies!
2. Teen Gaming Night. From 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM drop the kids off at the Albany County Public Library for Teen Gaming Night. This is sure to keep them busy on a Friday night so that you can have a great date night with your spouse!
3. It’s an Art and Music Thing. Tonight at the Gryphon Theatre, 710 E. Garfield St., doors open at 7:00 PM, the main musical acts will ramp up the passion beginning at 8:00 PM, and there will be mountains of stunning local art to tantalize your eyeballs while acoustic acts and spontaneous jams serenade the gymnasium. Raffles, door prizes and people’s choice awards will be involved. There will be live art to the sound of the beats will blow you away. There will be performing artists of other persuasions joining the action, so it’s tough to say what will be the main attraction. Alcohol will be available for purchase. This is an all-ages event, with a “business-casual” to “formal” dress code. It promises to be a party like Laramie has never seen before!
Dinner @ Mizu Sushi
. Since the kids are at Teen Night, head to Mizu Sushi
for a great date night dinner. They are featuring The Cabo San Lucas Roll – It comes with California roll mix and tempura shrimp on the inside with a layer of tuna on top. It is dressed with a mango- avocado salsa in a spicy, garlic house sauce. It has been described as, “tantalizingly refreshing and will invigorate your appetite for more!”
The Cabo San Lucas Roll