Randy Wise from the Fremont County Pioneer Museum joins us back in studio. The Pioneer Museum recently opened a new exhibit featuring some 100 pieces of never-before seen Plains Indian ledger art. Randy talks about the hisory and significance of this exhibit, as well as the significance of ledger art as an artform in general. We also talk about the Pioneer Museum’s recently opened Washakie Gallery, which contains a unique collection of JK Ralston paintings of Chief Washakie.

This episode sponsored by Mick Pryor – Edward Jones Financial Advisor

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Upcoming Events
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Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speaker Series
16 January, 2020 — 6:30 PM at the Riverton Museum
Bart Ringer
A 37 year veteran of the Riverton Police Department, Bart wrote extensively of the quirky, interesting, and spooky experiences he encountered during his career. Many of those experiences have been complied in a recently published book — Routine Patrol: Memoirs of a Smalltown Cop. He will be talking about his book and career.

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23 January, 2020 — 7:00 PM at the Dubois Museum
Todd Guenther
Todd will be presenting a summary of five years of high elevation archaeological reconnaissance in the Dinwoody area.

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14 February, 2020 — The Riverton Museum’s Annual Murder Mystery event. Check our Facebook page for more info! Tickets and character packets available now!Attachments area