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Friday, May

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CODY:

•Spring into Yellowstone, all day. •Rude Diary, 6 p.m., Silver Dollar. •Karaoke, 7 p.m., VFW Hall. •Live music, 9 p.m., Silver Dollar.

POWELL:

•Juried Student Art & Design Exhibit, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Northwest Gallery. •Spring Bridal Showcase, 3:30-7 p.m., Plaza Diane.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild. •BRTA’s annual Outdoor Day, 6:30 p.m., Cafe Regis.

Saturday, May

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•Spring into Yellowstone, all day. •Armed Forces Day Ceremony, 9 a.m., VFW Hall. •Monster Lake Open House, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. •Classic Cars, Hot Rods Car Show, 6-8 p.m., McDonald’s/ Kmart parking lot. •Live music, 9 p.m., Silver Dollar.

POWELL:

•Juried Student Art & Design Exhibit, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Northwest Gallery.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild. •BRTA’s annual Outdoor Day, 1 p.m., Cafe Regis.

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•Spring into Yellowstone, all day.

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CODY:

•Morning coffee and donuts, 8-10 a.m., VFW Hall. •National Parks Day Luncheon, noon, Cody Auditorium.

POWELL:

•Juried Student Art & Design Exhibit, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Northwest Gallery.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

Tuesday, May

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POWELL:

•Photography Faculty & Friends reception, 7 p.m., SinClair Gallery.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

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Friday, May

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•Karaoke, Soaring Peak. •Live music, 9 p.m., Silver Dollar. •Photography Faculty & Friends, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SinClair Gallery.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

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•Classic Cars, Hot Rods Car Show, 6-8 p.m., McDonald’s/ Kmart parking lot. •Live music, 9 p.m., Silver Dollar.

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•Photography Faculty & Friends, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SinClair Gallery. •Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

Thursday, May

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•Photography Faculty & Friends, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SinClair Gallery.

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RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild.

•Photography Faculty & Friends, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SinClair Gallery. •Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Beartooth Basin Summer Ski Area, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

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•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

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•Memorial Day Ceremony, 9 a.m., Riverside Cemetery. •WWI Memorial Dedication Ceremony, 11 a.m., Wyoming State Veterans Memorial Park.

POWELL:

•Photography Faculty & Friends, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SinClair Gallery.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

Tuesday, May

POWELL:

•First Aid Class, 6 p.m., West Park Hospital Sunlight Room. Call 578-2568 to register.

•Juried Student Art & Design Exhibit, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Northwest Gallery. •Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

•Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Meeting the Mayor, 5-7 p.m., Beartooth Elks Lodge. •Early Days on the Beartooth National Forest, through the camera eyes of Thomas “Shorty” Frederick Hogg & Arthur M. Baum, 7 p.m., Carbon County Museum.

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•Photography Faculty & Friends, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SinClair Gallery.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

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•Photography Faculty & Friends, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SinClair Gallery.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.

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•Photography Faculty & Friends, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SinClair Gallery. •TOPS Chapter 169, 5:30 p.m., St. John’s Episcopal Church.

RED LODGE:

•Opus Corvus Exhibit, Carbon County Arts Guild. •Tompkins Fine Art Gallery Artists, Carbon County Arts Guild.


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Heritage museum fundraiser May 16 By COREY MORRIS Staff writer The Cody Heritage Museum is receiving a celebrity endorsement. Dan Miller and his Empty Saddles Band is throwing a benefit concert for the museum on May 16. Tickets are $15 and the show begins at 8 p.m. at the Cody Theatre. The band will perform its set from Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue during the special performance. The Cody Heritage Museum is raising funds to restore the DeMaris House. It plans to locate a museum in the historical building. “It is one of the historic buildings still standing in Cody and it is located right on main street – in the heart of downtown Cody – a great location for visitors,” Cody Heritage Museum representative Jenny Zink said. Dan Miller and his Empty Saddles Band is nationally

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What: Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue. Why: To benefit the Cody Heritage Museum. Time: 8 p.m. Date: Friday, May 16. Place: Cody Theatre. Cost: $15. recognized and recently performed on an episode of “Larry Country Diner” on the RFD-TV network. “It’s great that Dan Miller is recognizing the fact that this building needs funds to get its doors open, and the only way to do that is through community support,” Zink said. The concert takes place at a time when locals are more likely to purchase tickets, she added. “It’s a community effort rather than just doing a show for tourists,” Zink said. For tickets, call 272-7855.

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Keeping my mouth shut key on soccer field sidelines You would think I’d been officially trained as a soccer coach by how confidently I belt out commands from the sidelines to my son’s team. It’s kind of like when you pay your kid’s fee to participate on the team – you’ve bought the right to serve as one of many assistant coaches – whether they want you or not. We, as parents, attend a lot of athletic events during the years and when you sit and watch hour after hour you learn a few things. For me, this process began a long time ago with my younger brothers who it seemed, from the age of inception, played soccer. In Arizona, where we grew up, soccer season was interminable, giving all of us fans ample opportunity to learn the strategies of the game. We, as parents, want to see our children succeed and experience the thrill of winning so badly. This is why we yell so loudly – to encourage them in that direction. Having played a myriad of sports my own self, I am not totally without experience. Many coaches (and “assistant” coaches) have issued orders and shouted commands my way. But alas, I am not the coach. I am thankful to those who selflessly volunteer to train my children in these ventures and give so much of themselves at the sacrifice of their own time and lives. It is greatly appreciated. But I really do feel like I am helping. I know the coach didn’t ask for my assistance but, what if … I see stuff they don’t? Or think of something they have forgotten to mention to the kids. (Just helping out, you know.) What if the kids can’t hear coach? What if they can’t hear the coach

over my barking? Whoops, Houston, we have a problem. I bite my tongue and sit back down. If I wanted to coach I guess I should’ve signed up for the job, but I didn’t. I just pay the fee and show up. I love watching my kid run up and down the field tirelessly (well, maybe not completely tirelessly, but a little closer to tired certainly.), chasing that quick and slippery black and white ball all around the field. I could no sooner do that for an hour than break out my wings and fly. Those kids give 110 percent to their team. And experience is prevailing. You can see their strategies come into play and their plays turn into goals. It’s extremely gratifying to observe the learning process and witness their successes. Our children are having a blast getting exercise and an education. I, for one, am glad I’ve been able to help these kids on their way. I do my best to limit my encouragement to the general sorts of comments like “Good job Red,” or the everhelpful “Who wants it?” (Once again pushing the boundaries between parent and sideline-coach.) But I realize I’m probably most helpful with my teeth clenched and my butt firmly placed in my well-worn camp chair so the kids actually have a chance to hear their soccer coach, not “that one kid’s” loud-mouthed mom/everyday life-coach (I do have some credentials.). I sometimes just don’t have that much control over myself. It’s a work in progress, I guess. I too am still learning and require coaching along the way – just, please, don’t yell at me, unless it’s to say “Go, mom go!”

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at the Antler inn in Shell! Food... Beverages... Auctions...& entertAinment

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For more information or to register, go to: svfoundation.org, call laurie Parker at 307.272.8766 or find us on Facebook Peaks to conga bicycle ride


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Olympian speaks May 31 in Cody

A 2014 Winter Olympian will be the guest speaker during the Sleeping Giant benefit dinner party on Saturday, May 31, at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Devin Logan, 2014 U.S. Olympic Silver Medalist in women’s slopestyle skiing, will attend the event. Logan, or “DLo” as her friends call her, is one of the most decorated female freeskiers out there. With multiple overall AFP titles, X-Games medals and World Cup podiums to her name, The 21-year-old can now add an Olympic slopestyle silver medal to her long list of accomplishments. After winning the season-opening New Zealand World Cup halfpipe in August 2012, Logan suffered a blown knee, which forced her off skis for almost a year. Committed to rehab and her college education, she stayed busy, becoming an AFP and FIS certified judge. She judged some events while injured to have a better understanding of her sport. That commitment and sport knowledge paid off just in time for her to hop back on the 2013-14 competition circuit and qualify for a spot on the inaugural U.S. Olympic Slopestyle Team. In Sochi, Logan threw one of the best runs of her life to take home the silver medal and make freeskiing history. In addition

to her Olympic success, she took the 2014 AFP overall title for the third time in her career and finished second in slopestyle. At 15, Logan was on the U.S. Championships podium, finishing second in halfpipe skiing and jump-starting her career. During 2011, her first full competition season, the 17-year-old Vermont native made her X-Games debut in both halfpipe and slopestyle, collecting her first X-Games medal with a halfpipe bronze at the European X-Games. But Logan wasn’t done there. She earned her first U.S. halfpipe skiing title and the overall AFP crown to cap her rookie season. She went on to repeat the feat in 2012 with 12 podiums and two X-Games medals, claiming her second AFP Overall Championship title. The event will begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails in the Gardens. Dinner in the lobby will follow at 7 p.m. Tickets are $100 per person ($50 of each ticket is tax deductible). Tickets can be purchased at the Cody Newsstand or by calling (307) 213-9326. Sponsorship for this event is available by contacting Rebecca Taggart, (307) 213-9326.


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May 18-24 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Networking is a skill you’re getting better at. If you find that you’re not as effective as you want to be socially, it only means that there is something you need to learn. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). No one will notice your mistakes and flaws as much as you do. Keep that in mind as you go about your business. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Go where the competition is stiff. You can handle it. Those who have made good will inspire you, and those who aren’t up to your level will learn from you. CANCER (June 22-July 22). When it comes to your own enjoyment, there is no such thing as “should.” You either enjoy something or you don’t. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). If you dread a change, it’s mostly because you’re not sure how it will affect your sense of self. Be bold this week. Accept change and go for what you really want. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). An addiction to a device robs people of their charisma. You can’t make them all put down their devices to enjoy the world, but you can be an example. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). No one will want to act the right age this week. You’re the most reasonable one around, and you’ll play the role of cheerleader, coach and doctor. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You’re the one who will come up with the plan. It’s as though the lights go down, the orchestra starts and everyone around settles in, sensing that something magical is about to happen. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). What is it that you’re expecting? That will determine your emotional set point. Practice imagining a pleasing, positive outcome and feeling genuinely happy. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Even though you want a change, moving forward seems scary. You’ll handle what’s to come. Don’t let anxiety about the unknown stop you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). The action won’t feel as controllable as it did yesterday. Yes, a lot of this is out of your hands, and that’s something to accept instead of fight. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). It may feel like things are up in the air and you’re holding your breath until you see how they land. If you are interpreting this excitement as anxiousness, take more breaks and deeper breaths. If you were born ths week, as you compare notes with friends, you’ll discover interesting commonalities that could lead to new business or a move.

May 25-31 ARIES (March 21-April 19). It’s almost odd the way a good night’s sleep can seem to totally change your mind about something. You’ll get three obstacles out of the way by Tuesday afternoon. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You don’t need to have all of the answers, especially since you have a number of wise friends and family members to call on. Talk to as many people as you need to. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Vulnerability and weakness are not optional. If instead of hiding your fear you let people know about it, they will connect with, help and love you. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Two positions will be available to you this week. One will be an easy position in the crowd. The other will be in the arena, learning through action. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The project laid before you this week will be a doozy. If you agree to it, a nice hunk of your life will need to be devoted to it. Consider this one carefully. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your energy and intensity level is highest early in the week. Monday through Wednesday, change it up and aim to make daily life special. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You and a loved one may disagree about the big picture, and this is the time to work it out. Dialogue about how you see things now and how you want to see them. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). The theme this week is that victory only goes to those who endure the game. If the involved risks are relatively low, go along for the ride –you’ll love the odd bit of good fortune that follows. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). This week shows you heavily into your research, an investigation and/ or a process of analysis. You may never really get to the bottom of this, but you’ll learn enough to advance to the next level. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Nothing about your future is fixed. Exercise your free will often to remind yourself that you are creating outcomes in each moment. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You’ll be gathering your courage. A fire-sign friend will provide warmth and cheer while illuminating new options for you. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). It’s like you’re trying to park your car in a tight spot. Just because you can make it work doesn’t mean you should. Your comfort level matters, too. If you were born this week this year is like a party on the rooftop of life: Your perspective on high provides a sense of power and confidence.

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dining guide CODY adriano’s italian restaurant Authentic Italian Cuisine, The Best Steak in Town, and Homegrown Western Hospitality. It doesn’t get any better than that at Adrianos Italian Restaurant. Comfortable Atmosphere, Full Bar, Extensive Wine list, and Great Service await your night out in downtown Cody, Wyoming. Owner and Chef Chrissy Linderman has put together an awesome Italian Menu, including Veal Marsala, Shrimp Florentine, Vino Bianco Chicken Scaloppini, Homemade Lasagna, Sausage and Peppers and more. On the Western side enjoy the Ace’s High Ribeye Steak, High Noon New York Steak, or the Fist Full of Flatiron Steak, served with your favorite pasta. Great place for a family occasion or that intimate couple dining. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. 1244 Sheridan Avenue, Downtown Cody, Wyoming. (307) 527-7320 for reservations or takeout.

the BreadBoard Since 1978 the Breadboard’s been serving the people of Wyoming great food in Cody, Lander, Riverton and Buffalo. Our family owned restarurants serve the highest quality sandwiches and soups prepared with the freshest ingredients around. Our freshly baked breads and homemade bagels are spectacular. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 6 days a week. Discover what the locals already know: The Breadboard Rocks! 1725 17th Street in Cody – at the top of the hill. (307) 527-5788.

proud Cut saloon The legendary Proud Cut Saloon has been a staple in the heart of Cody for more than 20 years. Walk right into the “OLD WEST” and enjoy the “KICKASS COWBOY CUISINE”. We offer everything from margaritas to shrimp so big you could saddle ‘em and ride ‘em home. Open 7 days a week! Reservations appreciated. 1227 Sheridan Avenue, (307) 527-6905.

rawhide Coffee Company Located in one of Cody’s historic buildings, in the heart of downtown, Rawhide Coffee Company provides organic fair-trade espresso, lattes, cappucino, chai, teas and coffee. Iced and blended drinks include lattes, coffee, smoothies and granitas. Local homemade desserts, wholesome bagels, oatmeal and more available. Experienced, friendly Baristas customize your order. European endorsed by many. Come relax with a friend, book or your computer (complimentary Wi-Fi). Large, private room fits business meeting needs or small parties. Open M-Sat: 6:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Sun: 7:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m. 1155 Sheridan Avenue, (307) 587-6807.

silver dollar Bar At the Silver Dollar Bar you can enjoy fine entertainment and grab some great food. Daily specials offer great food at great prices. Stop in for chicken, salads, or the “best burgers in the West!” Grillin’ it up from 11:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 7 days a week! Enjoy live music on the patio 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. in the summer and then stick around for live bands and dancing. 1313 Sheridan Avenue, (307) 527-7666.

POWELL pepe’s meXiCan restaurant Walk in to Pepe’s Mexican Restaurant and your taste buds will be screaming with delight. With so many authentic Mexican dishes to choose from, like our homemade salsa, spicy pork chili, and town favorite homemade hard tacos, it’s like your own Mexican fiesta. Join us Sunday through Monday 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Tuesday through Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. we’ll satisfy all your Mexican cravings. And don’t forget our amazing breakfasts. We serve everything from traditional huevos rancheros to hearty favorites like biscuits and gravy. Located at 275 North Bent Street, Pepe’s is always cooking for you. (307) 754-4665.

RED LODGE old piney dell restaurant & Bar

Historic and intimate dining room along beautiful Rock Creek. Featuring our famous Weiner Schnitzel, mouth-watering Prime Rib and other culinary delights. Enjoy your favorite beverage in our charmingly rustic bar. Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 5:00 p.m.8:00 p.m. • Friday & Saturday: 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Reservations recommended. 5 miles south of Red Lodge on Highway 212 at Rock Creek Resort. 406-4461196 • 800-667-1119, www. rockcreekresort.com, info@ rockcreekresort.com

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Tips to make summer barbecues on a budget It’s almost time for fun outdoor afternoons spent with family and friends. If you’re looking for frugal fun this summer, the experts at Dollar General are offering some great tips for gathering around the grill on a budget. •Get organized: With a little preparation, you can better enjoy your evening of entertaining and avoid running around getting everything together. A few days before your event, determine what items you already have so you don’t buy duplicates and make a task list of all that needs to be done before your party. You may find you can accomplish some items well in advance of your barbeque. Plus, the best part of getting organized is that it doesn’t cost you anything. •Use charcoal: Charcoal grills are less expensive, more interactive and tend to burn hotter for a nice, deep-brown sear that also gives your food a natural smoky flavor.

Use the grill to also flavor fruits and vegetables like peaches and sweet potatoes.  You can remove the pit from fresh summer peaches and grill for a tasty and healthy dessert or lay sweet potatoes directly on the coals for a great roasted vegetable side dish. •Decorate: Use a festive and seasonal color palette to give your party an extra fun factor. Accent your outdoor table with a colorful tablecloth, small solar-powered lights that can last throughout summer and small planters with flowers and herbs that can grow all season long. Also, look for disposable and affordable patterned cups, plates, cutlery and napkins that coordinate with your outdoor tablescapes and make cleaning up easier. For more outdoor entertaining and grilling tips, visit www. dollargeneral.com. Summer barbecues don’t have to cost a fortune to taste great. By following a few simple tricks, you can host a summer feast frugally. (StatePoint)


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