Our seventh episode is all about Lander’s industrial history. Zach talks with Randy Wise from the Lander Pioneer Museum==================Upcoming Events==================4 May, 2019 – 1:00-2:30 PM – Lander Pioneer MuseumBailey Tire / Pit Stop Children’s Exploration SeriesKid’s Pioneer Vegetable PlantingKids learn about the importance of vegetables and fruits to pioneer families. Decorate your own planter and plant your own heritage vegetable. Cosponsored by the Popo Agie Conservation DistrictCost: $4/person, spots limited11 May, 2019 – 2:00-4:00 PM – Riverton MuseumBailey Tire / Pit Stop Children’s Exploration SeriesSpool KnittingDesign and build a knitting spool that you will then learn how to use!Cost: $2/person, limited to 12.16 May, 2019 – 7:00-9:00 PM – Lander Pioneer MuseumWyoming Community Bank Discovery Speaker SeriesBead Cleaning WorkshopJoin Collections Manager Robin Allison for a lesson on cleaning methods for beaded items. Bring your object and if you have a magnifying glass or reader glasses, bring those too. Other supplies will be provided. Supplies limited to first 25 people.18 May, 2019 – 10:00 AM – Lander Pioneer MuseumWind River Country Adventure Trek SeriesHistoric Downtown Lander Walking TourTake a trip back to the early days of Lander. Visit some of the oldest buildings in town and hear the colorful stories of the early pioneers. Free & Open to the Public — lasts about 2 hours30 May, 2019 – 7:00 PM — Lander Pioneer MuseumWyoming Community Bank Discovery Speaker SeriesDr. Saman Arayna of the University of Wyoming talks about Wyoming’s oil industry. Given the importance of extractive industries to the economy of the state, a better understanding of these resources will help Wyomingites plan for the future. Free and open to the public.