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Pinedale Area Year-Long Calendar of Events
Events and Public Notices for towns in Sublette County, Wyoming - Updated Tuesd
ay, August 2, 2022

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August 12 & 13, 2022
Rocky Mountain STOL Competition (Short Take Off and Landing) airplanes
Friday & Saturday
KPNA Ralph Wenz Field, Pinedale, Wyoming. Classes: Heavy Touring, Light Touring, Bush, Bush Experimental, Light Sport, Light Experimental. Thursday, August 11: 3:00PM, competitor aircraft arrive and camping open. Friday, August 12: 8AM to Noon, practice (open to the public, no charge). Saturday, August 13: 8AM, Short Take Off and Landing competition (mandatory pilot briefing at 7:15AM). Pilot entrance fee $125. Saturday adult spectator ticket $10 in advance online. Saturday adult ticket at the gate $15. Children 12 and under free with a paying adult. Register at www.rockymountainstol.com

August 13, 2022
25th Anniversary Do Little Car Show in LaBarge
Saturday
In front of the Eagle Bar in LaBarge. Car, truck, motorcycle show. All vehicles welcome. Vendors also welcome. LaBarge Volunteer Fire Department will be cooking up a BBQ lunch (by donation). For more information, call Mike, 307-389-0830.

August 13 & 14, 2022
Sailing Regatta on Fremont Lake
Saturday & Sunday
Based out of Lakeside Lodge. Sponsored by the Pinedale Lions Club.


 

Additional contacts for more information:

Sublette County Visitor Center
19 E. Pine Street
PO Box 176
Pinedale, WY 82941
307-367-3419
sublettevisitorcenter@gmail.com
(Contact: Peter F. Paulin, Executive Director)

Sublette County Chamber of Commerce
19 E. Pine Street
PO Box 176
Pinedale, WY 82941
307-367-2242
sublettechamberdirector@gmail.com
www.SubletteChamber.com
(Contact: Kaddy Fyfe-Shivers, Executive Director)

Town of Pinedale
307-367-4136
www.TownofPinedale.us
www.VisitPinedale.org

Town of Big Piney
307-276-3554
www.townofbigpiney.com

Town of Marbleton
307-276-3815

Sublette County
307-367-4372 (Clerk's Office)
www.sublettewyo.com

www.BigPiney.com
www.Sublette.com

Public Meeting Places List
(reservable places)


Calendar Editor's Note: Are you a regular calendar viewer who lives out of the immediate area? You can find more information about current local events in our two newspapers, the Pinedale Roundup and the Sublette Examiner.  Out-of-county subscriptions are very reasonable and help support their efforts to make community news available. Both these papers are extremely supportive of local events. Please consider an out-of-county newspaper subscription with them if you are a regular online reader and interested in local events. Event information is also aired on KPIN 101.1 FM radio. The most current school sports calendar info available online at www.pinedaleschools.org for Pinedale area and www.sublette9.org for Big Piney & Marbleton. Contact the Sublette County Chamber of Commerce to receive literature about the area and events. If you find an error in any of the information on this page, please let us know: support@pinedaleonline.com

August - 2022 (Summer)
Average temps range 60-90F
Afternoon thunder & lightning storms, wildfire season
Best time to hike high Continental Divide
Haying begins
LaBarge Fest
Sailing Regatta on Fremont Lake
Cowboy Shop Classic Rodeo
Golf tourneys
Pinedale Boat Club Picnic

Trailheads accessible by end of the month. Jackass Pass to Cirque of the Towers usually accessible by 4th of July

1: Voter Registration Closes for 2022 Primary Election
2: Ice Cream Social with Albert Sommers
Candidate for House District #20. Encana Park in Marbleton, 5-7PM.
3: Candidate Meet & Greet
Sponsored by the Sublette County Republican Party. Sublette County School District #1 Board Room on Wednesday night from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. This is an opportunity to ask any last minute questions you have of local Republican candidates.

4: High Altitude Farmers Market From
3-6:30PM on the Sublette County Courthouse lawn in Pinedale. Sponsored by Main Street Pinedale.
4: Live music at Lakeside Lodge
Michael Batdorf and the Brother Wolf playing at Lakeside every Thursday this summer. Reservations encouraged. Restaurant summer hours are every Thursday and Friday and select Saturdays from 5PM to 9PM. Call 307-367-2221 or go to www.lakesidelodge.com.
5: Movie Night at the Green River Valley Museum
Show tonight is ‘The Searchers,’ featuring John Wayne. 4PM in the Museum back building. Snacks provided.
6: Sage & Snow Garden Club annual Garden Tour & Dinner
Features three local gardens. Tour begins at 1:30PM. Public invited to all or part of the tour and dinner. No charge. For questions about the tour, contact Arlinda McLaughlin at 307-367-2791, text at 307-231-9402, or email at kmclaughlin@centurytel.net.
6: Cornhole Tournament at Stockmans in Pinedale
Prizes, gift certificates and gear. Entries at 5PM, games begin at 6PM. $20/team.

11: High Altitude Farmers Market
From 3-6:30PM on the Sublette County Courthouse lawn in Pinedale. Sponsored by Main Street Pinedale.
11: Live music at Lakeside Lodge
Michael Batdorf and the Brother Wolf playing at Lakeside every Thursday this summer. Reservations encouraged. Restaurant summer hours are every Thursday and Friday and select Saturdays from 5PM to 9PM. Call 307-367-2221 or go to www.lakesidelodge.com.
12:
The Great Pine Creek Duck Derby
Fundraiser for Friends of PAC. Purchase your duck to join the flock of yellow ducklings that bob down Pine Creek to the center of town in a mad river dash to the finish. For more information, or to purchase ducks online, go to www.welovepac.com
12: Full Moon Supermoon. This is the last of three Supermoons for 2022. The Moon will be near its closest approach to the Earth and may look slightly larger and brighter than usual.
12: PFAC Soundcheck
Concert in the American Legion Park in Pinedale
12-13: Rocky Mountain STOL Competition (Short Take Off and Landing) airplanes.
KPNA Ralph Wenz Field, Pinedale, Wyoming. Classes: Heavy Touring, Light Touring, Bush, Bush Experimental, Light Sport, Light Experimental. Thursday, August 11: 3:00PM, competitor aircraft arrive and camping open. Friday, August 12: 8AM to Noon, practice (open to the public, no charge). Saturday, August 13: 8AM, Short Take Off and Landing competition (mandatory pilot briefing at 7:15AM). Pilot entrance fee $125. Saturday adult spectator ticket $10 in advance online. Saturday adult ticket at the gate $15. Children 12 and under free with a paying adult. Register at www.rockymountainstol.com
12-13: Perseids Meteor Shower
This is one of the best meteor showers to observe, producing up to 60 meteors per hour at its peak. It is produced by comet Swift-Tuttle, which was discovered in 1862. The shower runs from July 17 to August 24. This year it will peak on the night of August 12th. Unfortunately, the nearly full moon will block out all but the brightest meteors, but it still should be a great show. Find a dark location after midnight for the best viewing.
13: Bondurant Community Club annual Heritage Days Rummage Sale
Saturday, August 13th from 9AM to 2PM. There will also be baked goods and craft items for sale. Chili served for a small fee. Drop-offs can be taken to the Bondurant St. Hubert the Hunter Church the three days before the sale from 9AM to 1PM. Please, no big heavy furniture, appliances or electronics. Items should be in good working order. Crafters can have space for $20 – bring your own table, chair and sunshade canopy. Funds go to the Bondurant Community Club in support of the church and library. For more information, contact Alice Jacobson, 619-723-6769 or Carol Gabbard, 859-200-3080.
13: 25th Anniversary Do Little Car Show
In front of the Eagle Bar in LaBarge. Car, truck, motorcycle show. All vehicles welcome. Vendors also welcome. LaBarge Volunteer Fire Department will be cooking up a BBQ lunch (by donation). For more information, call Mike, 307-389-0830.

13 & 14:
Sailing Regatta on Fremont Lake
Sponsored by the Pinedale Lions Club.
14: Saturn at Opposition The ringed planet will be at its closest approach to Earth and its face will be fully illuminated by the Sun. It will be brighter than any other time of the year and will be visible all night long. This is the best time to view and photograph Saturn and its moons.
16: Primary Election The General Election is November 8th
18: High Altitude Farmers Market From 3-6:30PM on the Sublette County Courthouse lawn in Pinedale. Sponsored by Main Street Pinedale.
18: Live music at Lakeside Lodge Michael Batdorf and the Brother Wolf playing at Lakeside every Thursday this summer. Reservations encouraged. Restaurant summer hours are every Thursday and Friday and select Saturdays from 5PM to 9PM. Call 307-367-2221 or go to www.lakesidelodge.com.
23-26: Ancient Christianity seminar in Pinedale Explore and investigate ancient Christianity Free four-evening seminar open to all. Talk followed by a questions and answers session. Each night will build on the previous. There will be a refresher at the start of Weds - Fri. So come each night or whenever works for you. 6-9 PM. Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the Lovatt Room of the Pinedale Library. Thursday and Friday will be in the Board Room at SCSD#1, 665 N Tyler Ave. Refreshments will be provided. For more information call 307-342-9762 or go online to www.orthodoxchurchpinedale.org.
25: High Altitude Farmers Market From 3-6:30PM on the Sublette County Courthouse lawn in Pinedale. Sponsored by Main Street Pinedale.
25: Live music at Lakeside Lodge Michael Batdorf and the Brother Wolf playing at Lakeside every Thursday this summer. Reservations encouraged. Restaurant summer hours are every Thursday and Friday and select Saturdays from 5PM to 9PM. Call 307-367-2221 or go to www.lakesidelodge.com.
25: Ground Breaking Ceremony for the new Critical Access Hospital and Sublette Center Long Term Care Facility in Pinedale. Put on by Sublette County Health. Thursday at 5:30PM, 550 Fremont Lake Road (old ballfields north of the Pinedale Clinic). Food, music, bouncy house, and more. Sublette County Health is composed of the Hospital District, Sublette Center, and Sublette County EMS.
26: Sublette Chapter Big Game Banquet for the Wyoming Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
At 5:00PM at the Southwest Sublette County Pioneers Senior Center. Live and Silent Auctions, raffles, games. Dinner by Cow Camp Catering. Cash bar. Tickets at events.rmef.org/shop/sublette1.
27: SAFV Task Force 8th Annual Golf Tournament At Rendezvous Meadows Golf Course in Pinedale. More info TBA.
27: Cowboy Shop Classic Rodeo Pinedale Rdeo Grounds
27: Mercury at Greatest Eastern Elongation The planet Mercury reaches greatest eastern elongation of 27.3 degrees from the Sun. This is the best time to view Mercury since it will be at its highest point above the horizon in the evening sky. Look for the planet low in the western sky just after sunset

28:
Last day of the season at the Sommers Homestead Living History Museum
Open from 10AM to 3PM. Admission by donation. Final Open House and Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame Celebration will be Sept 4th

 



September - 2022 (Fall)
Bugs die off with cooler weather, hiking more pleasant, fewer thunderstorms
Fall colors and late-season outings
Average temps range 60-80F
Start of freezing nights
Last of haying
Hunting season opens
Bow and black powder hunting
First day of school for Pinedale Schools
Campgrounds shut down mid-September
Pinedale Half Marathon

1: High Altitude Farmers Market From 3-6:30PM on the Sublette County Courthouse lawn in Pinedale. Sponsored by Main Street Pinedale.
4: 12th Annual Open House at the Sommers Homestead Living History Museum and Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame Celebration 10AM to 3PM. Free home-cooked lunch (beef, potatoes, beans, salads, homemade desserts, drinks) at 11:30. Everyone invited!
5: Labor Day Holiday Banks and government offices closed today
8: High Altitude Farmers Market From 3-6:30PM on the Sublette County Courthouse lawn in Pinedale. Sponsored by Main Street Pinedale.
10: 5th Annual Wind River Brew Fest in Pinedale. windriverbrewingco.com
10: Open House celebration for Bondurant Dipping Vat Come see the restored historic site. Remote rural site where Bondurant cattle had to be dipped for scabies infestation in the mid-1930s. This is a true dipping vat, rather than the more common swim-through trough vats still used today. Each cow was run through a chute to a cage where they were submerged one at a time into an insecticide solution. The elevator cage was raised and lowered using horse power. An adjoining hot water tank and wood-fired heater were used to assure the lime-sulphur dipping solution remained at near 100 degrees F. This is a remote site, car-pooling encourage. Refreshments will be served. More details and map provided later.
15: High Altitude Farmers Market From 3-6:30PM on the Sublette County Courthouse lawn in Pinedale. Sponsored by Main Street Pinedale.
17: Pinedale Half Marathon. see www.pinedalehalfmarathon.com for more info.
22: High Altitude Farmers Market From 3-6:30PM on the Sublette County Courthouse lawn in Pinedale. Sponsored by Main Street Pinedale.
23: September Equinox-First Day of Fall The Sun will shine directly on the equator and there will be nearly equal amounts of day and night throughout the world. This is also the first day of fall (autumnal equinox) in the Northern Hemisphere and the first day of spring (vernal equinox) in the Southern Hemisphere.
25: Sublette County Centennial Barn Dance & Social Sublette Country Fairgrounds Events Center, 3-7PM. Live music, history highlights, food, kids activities, family photos, family games, more. Free admission for all Sublette County residents. Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Sublette County.
26: Jupiter at Opposition The giant planet will be at its closest approach to Earth and its face will be fully illuminated by the Sun. It will be brighter than any other time of the year and will be visible all night long. This is the best time to view and photograph Jupiter and its moons. A medium-sized telescope should be able to show you some of the details in Jupiter's cloud bands. A good pair of binoculars should allow you to see Jupiter's four largest moons, appearing as bright dots on either side of the planet.

 

October - 2022 (Fall/Winter)
Fall leaves turn, first snows in the high country Average temps range 30-70F, gardens freeze Pinedale typically gets snow dustings that melt
Green River Drift-cattle at Cora Jct corrals
Pronghorn migration south through Trappers Point
Hunting season
Rendezvous Meadows Golf Course closes for the season

7: Draconids Meteor Shower The Draconids is a minor meteor shower producing only about 10 meteors per hour. Best viewing is in the early evening. The shower runs annually from October 6-10 and peaks this year on the the night of the 7th. Find a dark location and have some patience.
8: Mercury at Greatest Western Elongation This is the best time to view Mercury since it will be at its highest point above the horizon in the morning sky. Look for the planet low in the eastern sky just before sunrise.
10: Columbus Day Holiday - Banks and government offices closed today
19: Rendezvous Pointe Concert - Dan Miller's Music Review
21- 22: Orionids Meteor Shower An average shower producing up to 20 meteors per hour at its peak. It is produced by dust grains left behind by comet Halley, which has been known and observed since ancient times. The shower runs annually from October 2 to November 7. It peaks this year on the night of October 21 and the morning of October 22. Mostly dark skies should make for what should be a good show. Best viewing will be from a dark location after midnight.
29: 3rd Annual Halloween at the Museum of the Mountain Man 9AM to 5PM. Scavenger hunt.
31: Last day of the summer season at the Museum of the Mountain Man in Pinedale Open 9AM to 5PM today.
31: Halloween

November - 2022
(Fall/Winter)
Average temps range 15-55F
Snow on the ground in Pinedale-stays until Aprilish
32nd Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Trot 5000
White Pine Ski Area opens
X-C skiing

1: Museum of the Mountain Man closes for the season Visits may be arranged by appointment during the winter season November through April, 307-367-4101
6: Daylight Savings Time ends - "Spring Forward - Fall Back" Set your clocks BACK one hour today
8: General Election More details TBA
8: Total lunar eclipse The eclipse will peak above the Pacific Ocean, favoring skywatchers in the U.S. West, Eastern Asia and Australia.

11:
Veterans Day
Ceremonies in Pinedale and Big Piney
12: Daniel Community Center Fall Carnival At the historic Daniel Schoolhouse, 4pm. Sponsored by the Daniel Community Center. See the Daniel Community Center Facebook page for more details.
17-18: Leonids Meteor Shower An average shower, producing an average of up to 15 meteors per hour at its peak. Some years hundreds an hour can be seen.
The Leonids is produced by dust grains left behind by comet Tempel-Tuttle, which was discovered in 1865. The shower peaks this year on the night of the 17th and morning of the 18th. Best viewing will be from a dark location after midnight.
24: Thanksgiving - holiday, banks and government offices closed today
29: Giving Tuesday (Global day of giving) Consider giving to a charity of your choice.

December - 2022 (Winter)
Average temps 5-30F
Snowmobiling and Skiing
Ice Hockey
Museum Wreath Auction
Mountain Man Xmas in Pinedale
Torchlight Parade at White Pine

2: 29th Annual Wreath & Chocolate Auction 6PM in the Lovatt Room of the Pinedale Library. Social starts at 6PM with free food and drinks. Live auction starts at 7PM. Live auction for beautiful wreaths made by members of the community. Silent auction for chocolate treats and delights. This event is a fundraiser for the Museum's 2023 programs and projects.
8: Mars at Opposition The red planet will be at its closest approach to Earth and will be brighter than any other time of the year and will be visible all night long. This is the best time to view and photograph Mars. A medium-sized telescope will allow you to see some of the dark details on the planet's orange surface.
13-14: Geminids Meteor Shower Considered by many to be the best shower in the heavens, producing up to 120 multicolored meteors per hour at its peak. The shower runs annually from December 7-17. It peaks this year on the night of the 13th and morning of the 14th. Should be a good show. Best viewing will be from a dark location after midnight.
18: Daniel Community Center Christmas Party At the historic Daniel Schoolhouse, 5pm. Sponsored by the Daniel Community Center. See the Daniel Community Center Facebook page for more details.
21: December Solstice This is the first day of winter (winter solstice) in the Northern Hemisphere and the first day of summer (summer solstice) in the Southern Hemisphere. This is also the best time to view the planet Mercury since it will be at its highest point above the horizon in the evening sky. Look for the planet low in the western sky just after sunset. December 21- 22 is also the peak of the Ursids Meteor Shower, producing about 5-10 meteors per hour. It is produced by dust grains left behind by comet Tuttle, which was first discovered in 1790. Dark skies should make for what should be a really good show. Best viewing will be just after midnight from a dark location far away from city lights.

January - 2023 (Winter)
Average temps range from 0-25F
Roads snow covered
Snowmobiling & Skiing
Lakes frozen for ice fishing
One Lunger Snowmobile Race
High School Nordic & Alpine Ski Races
Sled Dog Races

February - 2023 (Winter)
Average temps range 0-25F
Roads snow-covered
Lakes frozen for ice fishing
Snowmobiling & Skiing
IPSSSDR Sled Dog Race (24th year)
Annual Daniel Fireman's Poker Run
26th Annual Boy Scouts Spaghetti Dinner
16th Annual Sunny Korfanta GS Ski Race
Celebration on Ice/Learn to Skate Program
Pinedale High School Alpine GS

March - 2023 (Winter)
Average temps range 10-40F
Roads snow-covered, winter snow storms

X-C Skiing and Snowmobiling
Lakes frozen for ice fishing, some thawing
Fremont Lake Big Fish Ice Fishing Derby (always the 1st full weekend in March)
Pinedale VFD Open House & Ball
Caroline Classic Ski Race
St. Patrick's Day Dinner
Ticks can start to appear

42nd Aniel Daniel Chili Cook-Off & Dessert Auction

April - 2023 (Winter/Spring)
Average temps range 20-50F
Snow melts off in valleys
Back roads muddy
Ticks out
High country snowmobiling still good
Streams begin to open for spring fishing
Lakes starting to thaw
Golfing begins
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Banquet

May - 2023 (Winter/Spring)
Average temps range 30-65F
Most lakes thaw for fishing
Leaves start to come on trees
Soda Lake opens on May 1st
Rendezvous Meadows Golf opens May 15
Green River Lakes road typically opens end of May/early June
Ranchers branding season
Pasture irrigating begins on ranches
High School rodeos
Big Piney & Pinedale High School graduation

June - 2023(Summer)
Average temps range 35-65F
Wildflowers begin to bloom, springtime in the valleys.
All but highest trailheads accessible by end of the month.
High country trails typically have snow until end of the month.
Campgrounds start to open, water tests.
Usually safe to plant flowers outside after Father's Day.
Green River Drift

Kids' Fishing Day at CCC Ponds
Boat Club Horseshoe Pitch & Barbecue
Waterhole Days Cowboy Golf
Tournament
Father's Day Fishing Derby on Fremont Lake (tentative)

July - 2023 (Summer)
Average temps range 60-90F
High mountain trails open up in the Winds
Afternoon thunder & lightning storms, wildfire season
4th of July celebrations
Big Piney/Marbleton Chuckwagon Days
Green River Rendezvous
Wind River Mountain Festival
Surly Pika Adventure Race

Ancient Christianity seminar

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Sublette County Ongoing Meetings

Government Meetings
Town of Pinedale Town Council meets each month on the 2nd and 4th Monday, 5PM, Lovatt Room, Pinedale Library. www.townofpinedale.us
Town of Pinedale Planning & Zoning Board meets the 1st Monday of every month at 7 pm, Check with the Pinedale Town Hall to verify specific meeting dates, www.townofpinedale.us.
Sublette County Planning & Zoning Board, meets every 3rd Thursday, 7 pm, Commissioner's Room in county courthouse. www.sublettewyo.com
Sublette County Commissioners, meets 1st & 3rd Tuesday, 9 am, Commissioner's room in county courthouse. http://www.sublettewyo.com
Big Piney Town Council meets the 1st Tuesday of each month, 5 pm, Council Chambers in the Big Piney Town Hall. www.townofbigpiney.com
Marbleton Town Council meets the 2nd Monday of each month, 7 pm, Marbleton Town Hall.
Pinedale Travel & Tourism Commission meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at noon. Meetings are open to the public. Contact: info@visitpinedale.org, 307-749-1533 for more info on agenda and meeting location that month.

Repeating Events
Big Fish Winter Derby on Fremont Lake - always held the first full weekend in March. Sponsored by the Pinedale Lions Club.
Aniel Daniel Chili Cook-off
(Daniel) - Last Sunday in March or first Sunday in April. Held at the historic Daniel Schoolhouse. Social gathering and great chili competition.
Bondurant BBQ
(Bondurant) - Always held the last Sunday in June following church services at St. Hubert the Hunter church in Bondurant. Fundraiser for the community.
Green River Rendezvous (Pinedale) - Always held the 2nd full weekend in July. Includes a parade, living history presentations, Rendezvous Pageant, Rendezvous Prairie Mass and much more
Chuckwagon Days (Big Piney) - Always held the 4th of July weekend in Big Piney and at the rodeo grounds at the Sublette County Fairgrounds north of Marbleton. Includes parade, community picnic/BBQ, Little Buckaroo Rodeo, adult rodeo and fireworks.
Pinedale 4th of July Town Picnic & Fireworks - July 4th. Community picnic with great food and chance to get with your neighbors and the Town to socialize.
Old Timers' Picnic (Daniel) - Held the 2nd or 3rd Sunday in July. Held at the historic Daniel Schoolhouse. Great food and socialization.
Bondurant Community Club Annual Heritage Day Sale - (usually) always the second Saturday in August
Sailing Regatta on Fremont Lake - Always the 2nd full weekend in August. Based from Lakeside Lodge and hosted by the Pinedale Lions Club.
Pinedale Half Marathon - Always on the 3rd Saturday in September, www.pinedalehalfmarathon.com
Museum of the Mountain Man Wreath & Chocolate Auction - Always held the first Friday in December in Pinedale.
Daniel Community Christmas Party - The Sunday before Christmas in December.

Other Regular Meetings & Events
Every Monday: Veteran family support group From 4-6 PM at the Veteran Services Center in Pinedale adjacent to the medical clinic. Contact Linda Romasko for more information, 719-213-0764, elromasko@gmail.com
Every Monday: Sublette Community Band rehearsals
Meets at 7PM in the Pinedale High School Band Room during the summer. Schedule may change in the fall and as concerts approach. Text 81010 to sign up to receive updates on their notices. Also visit Sublette Community Band page on Facebook for more info.
Every Monday and Tuesday: Pinedale Drivers Licenses, 1551 W. Pine Street (in the west end of the Wyoming Department of Transportation Highway Department building on US 191 on the west side of Pinedale).
Every Monday and Wednesday: GED
at the Big Piney Annex, 650 Piney Drive from 5-8PM.
Every Tuesday: Wyoming Workforce Services representative at Pinedale Library
Reps are at the Pinedale Library every Tuesday from 10AM-3PM. They can help job seekers fill out applications, create a resume, get job specific training, identify skills to find work, unemployment insurance, Veterans services, job seeking resources, and more. For more info go to www.wyomingworkforce.org or call 307-382-2747.
1st Monday: Mountain Man Back Country Horsemen
Meet the first Monday of every month at the Public Health office in Pinedale at 6pm. Contact Jim Gehlhausen 307-859-8674 for information.
1st Monday: Town of Pinedale Planning and Zoning Commission meetings
Pinedale Town Hall.
2nd Monday: VFW Auxiliary meeting
6:30PM, at the VFW Post in Pinedale
2nd Monday of every month (Sept – May): Pinedale Wrangler Booster Club meetings at 5:30 PM in the Pinedale High School Media Room.
Every Tuesday: Immunization Clinics weekly at Public Health in Big Piney 1 - 4 p.m. Call 307-367-2157 or 307-276-3575 for more information.
Every Tuesday: Support group for survivors of tragic loss and suicide Meets at St. Andrews Episcopal Church on the Pines in Pinedale at 5:15PM. For more information contact Jackie Downie, LCSW 307-231-4625.

Every Tuesday & Wednesday: Archery League 6-9 pm at the Sublette County Ice Arena in Pinedale.
Every Tuesday: Bingo Rendezvous Pointe and Wind River Pizza, 7 pm, Pinedale
Every Tuesday: Yoga at the Big Piney Library 6-7 pm
Every Tuesday: Narcotics Anonymous meet in Big Piney 7-9 pm, Fairgrounds little office building
2nd Tuesday: Pinedale Boat Club At 6:00PM at the Pinedale VFW.
Every Tuesday: Bible Study at the Daniel Community Center, 18 Schoolhouse Lane in Daniel, 6 pm.
2nd Tuesday: American Legion Post 47 monthly meetings in Pinedale. 7:30pm at the Pinedale VFW. Contact Sue Shenefelt for more information, adjpost47@yahoo.com or 307-360-8460.
Every 3rd Tuesday: Upper Green River Chapter of the Wyoming Archaeological Society meeting. At the Museum of the Mountain Man in Pinedale, 6:30 PM. Meetings usually in the winter months, summer field trips. Everyone welcome. More info online here: www.sublette.com/was
3rd Tuesday: Sage and Snow Garden Club Meets the third Tuesday every month, except July and August, starting at 5PM at the Sublette County Extension Office in Pinedale. Anyone is welcome to attend. For more information, please contact the Sage and Snow Garden Club at sageandsnow@yahoo.com or Box 2280, Pinedale, WY 82941.
3rd Tuesday: Big Piney/Marbleton Volunteer Fire Department Joint Powers Board meetings. Marbleton Fire Hall, 7:00 pm.
4th Tuesday: The Sublette County Treasurer will be in Marbleton/Big Piney at the Marbleton Sheriff’s Office, selling license plate renewals, hours 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The week of Thanksgiving, the day switches to Tuesday that week. Save yourself a trip to Pinedale to do this business! Please call the office with your renewals so that they will be sure to have your numbers on hand, 307-367-4373. www.sublettewyo.com
Every Wednesday: Family History Center open, LDS Church, 10-3 & 7-9, Pinedale
Every Wednesday: Driver's Licenses in Big Piney, 650 Piney Drive, 10-noon, 1-4 pm.
Every Wednesday: Christian Classic Live Reading Join Pastor Larry Lowen of Wind River Baptist Church for an hour of reading from Christian literature. During the noon hour in the American History eritage Room of the Pinedale Library. For more information call Mo 307-367-2414.
1st Wednesday of each month: Pregnancy Resource Center’s Moms Group meets the first Wednesday of each month from 10:30AM – 12 noon at BOCES. For more information, call the PRC at 307-367-7077.
Every Wednesday & Sunday: AA meeting 7-8PM, Lutheran Church in Pinedale (updated 5/2/2022)
Every Thursday: Immunization Clinics weekly at Public Health in Pinedale Call 307-367-2157 or 307-276-3575 for more information - 4 p.m. Call 307-367-2157 or 307-276-3575 for more information.
Every Thursday: Veterans
Support & Educational Group From 4:00—5:30pm at the Sublette County Public Health Dept. in Pinedale. Enjoy fellowship with fellow veterans, good company, and a cup of coffee. Information available about coping with PTSD, trauma, anxiety, and stress management. Facilitated by Mary Sim-Barcelos, MS, LPC, who works as a mental health therapist at High Country Behavioral Health. You are not alone!
Every Thursday: Weight Watchers 6:00 pm, Sublette Center, 333 N Bridger in Pinedale. Call Ann Stowe for more info 360-8469.
Every Thursday: BINGO, VFW, 7 pm, Pinedale
Every Thursday: Suicide support meetings NAMI/support meeting in Marbleton at the Marbleton Town Hall, every Thursday beginning November 5th at 7:00PM. This will/can be a discussion for those who are interested in a suicide survivors and family support group. Given in an open group fashion. NAMI is National Alliance for Mental Illness. For questions call Scott Dimit, 307-260-3067.
1st Thursday of each month: Daniel Comunity Center group usually meets, Daniel Schoolhouse, 6:30 pm.
1st & 3rd Thursdays: Pinedale Lions Club winter meeting location is 6PM in the back room of the VFW in Pinedale. (updated 9/22/2020)
2nd Thursday of each month: Pinedale OES No. 39 meeting, Masonic Hall, 7:30 am
2nd Thursday: Soroptomist Club Meeting at the Pinedale Library at 5:30PM. www.soroptimist.org
3rd Thursday of each month: Food distribution at the Pinedale Food Basket. Eligibility is based on free/reduced school lunch program. (You must be registered ahead of the third Thursday to receive food. 307 231 2316.) Volunteers always needed. Food Basket hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Friday from 10AM-4PM, Saturday from noon to 4PM, Closed Wednesdays & Sundays. Located at 104 Bridger Avenue in Pinedale.
3rd Thursday of each month: Regular meeting of the Sublette County Conservation District board. 6PM in the USDA/NRCS Conference room, 1625 West Pine Street in Pinedale.

Thursday & Saturday: Narcotics Anonymous, St Andrews in the Pines church, 7-8 pm
Every Friday: Friday Fun Nights at Rendezvous Pointe Senior Center, Pinedale. Variety of games to play. Snacks and drinks available. Call 307-367-2881 for more information.
Every Sunday and Wednesday: AA meeting 7-8 pm, Lutheran Church, Pinedale (updated 5/2/2022)
Every Sunday: Al-Anon meeting Our Lady of Peace Church in Pinedale, 7 pm

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