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2019 GUIDE TO CHEYENNE

FRONTIER DAYS ™

Maps & Articles Area Businesses Schedule of Events

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Welcome To Cheyenne by Mayor Marian Orr........................ 6 Editor’s Note on Cheyenne Frontier Days™........................... 8 Parades Reflect the Spirit of the Frontier...............................10 Volunteers Serve Pancake Breakfasts.....................................12 Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Volunteers Make It Happen.........14 “The Garden” at Frontier Park...............................................16 “Little Sun Drum and Dance Group” Providing American Indian Entertainment.....................18 The Cheyenne Depot & Plaza.............................................20 The Historic Governors’ Mansion......................................... 22 Cowgirls of the West............................................................24 Pistol Packin’ Gunslingers Shoot It Up!.................................26 The Old Fashioned Melodrama........................................... 28 Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Cowboy Church........................ 30 Thunderbirds Aerial Demonstration, F. E. Warren AFB Open House...................................... 34 Laramie County Shooting Sports Complex.......................... 38 Cheyenne Museums........................................................... 40 Cheyenne Frontier Days™: Transformed from the Early Days to the Present Festivities..........................................42-43 Antique, Flea Market and Thrift Directory....................... 44-45 The Nelson Museum of the West......................................... 46 Trolley Tours Features Historic Areas............................... 48-49 Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Old West Museum.................50-51 Wyoming State Capitol...................................................52-53 Transportation for CFD™ Visitors....................................... 54 Map of Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Park............................... 54 Schedule of Events.........................................................55-67 Advertiser Index................................................................. 68 Business Locator Map......................................................... 69

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Welcome To Cheyenne On behalf of the City of Cheyenne’s Governing Body and the residents of Cheyenne, I am pleased to welcome you to our community. Cheyenne was founded in 1867 and within five months boasted a population of over 4,000 people, earning the nickname “The Magic City of the Plains.” I believe our community truly is magical. The City of Cheyenne is inextricably linked with the military. In fact, the city was “born” on the same day Fort D.A. Russell (now F.E. Warren Air Force Base) was selected as a site for an Army Mayor Marian Orr Post. Cheyenne is home of the Wyoming Air Guard and Army National Guard and will soon have the only National Veteran’s Cemetery in the state of Wyoming. Cheyenne deeply values our military personnel and those who have served.

While you are here, I hope you will enjoy the rich history that makes Cheyenne great. During the last full week of July, Cheyenne will host the 123rd Cheyenne Frontier Days™ also known as the “Daddy of ‘em All”®. This annual western celebration is the largest outdoor rodeo in the world and is the pride of our city. The “Daddy” is staffed by thousands of volunteers who dedicate countless hours year-round to make the last full week of July a one-of-a-kind experience. These men and women are the backbone for the CFD™ experience – a 10-day celebration chocked full of parades, pancake breakfasts, the biggest names in country music, Championship Bull Riding, western art shows, Native American arts and culture, and of course, the famous award-winning rodeo itself. The addition of a newly constructed multi-purpose building located in the heart of the CFD™ park provides a modern upgrade to this world-class event and opens the door for year-round opportunities for conferences, events, and so much more. Cheyenne boasts cultural and recreational opportunities as well. Our Civic Center, home of the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra, offers numerous productions throughout the year. Cheyenne Little Theatre productions are some of the finest you will attend, with performances shared between the Mary Godfrey Theater and the Historic Atlas Theater. The historic Union Pacific Depot is the crown jewel of our downtown. The first train rolled into town over 150 years ago and since that day Cheyenne and the Union Pacific have been close partners. Although this downtown fixture is noted for its historical significance, the area will soon receive a modern upgrade thanks to a $150,000 donation by Microsoft to install free public Wi-Fi in the Historic Depot and nearby Depot Plaza. Our parks and Greenway system are some of the best you will find. I encourage you to visit my personal favorite addition to our community, the Grand Conservatory and Orangerie at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens located in Lions Park. And one is never too old to visit the Paul Smith Children’s Village while you are there. The High Plains Arboretum is located just five miles northwest of Cheyenne at an elevation of 6,200 feet and is one of our hidden gems. A 40-mile, non-motorized Greenway path allows hikers, bikers, skateboarders, and strollers to navigate around the city. We have numerous public and private museums including the Wyoming State Museum, Historic Governors’ Mansion, and the Old West Museum. Our state Capitol is undergoing a monumental renovation and restoration with an anticipated finish date in 2019. We can’t wait to see the results. Again, welcome to Cheyenne, the “Magic City of the Plains”. I hope your time spent here is memorable and magical.

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2019 Guide to Frontier Days™ July 19-28, 2019 In its 123rd year, Cheyenne Frontier Days™ revolves around the same element it did over 120 years ago — the volunteer and a desire to preserve a part of Western history. It takes thousands of volunteers and thousands of hours to put on the world’s largest ongoing, outdoor rodeo. They do it because it’s a fun contribution to their community. The approximately 400,000 people who come to Cheyenne Frontier Days™ will see a smattering of the Old West. From the carriages that roll past in the parades, to the tiedown competition, it’s a part of the West that continues through the efforts of volunteers using their free time to put on an extravaganza of Western flavor. It continues every year for visitors from all over the globe. They can step into the legendary Old West in historic Cheyenne, Wyo. If past figures hold true for Cheyenne Frontier Days™, this year all fifty states, plus twenty-three countries will be represented in ticket sales. It’s this kind of diverse audience that makes the hours of fence mending, barn building, entertainment planning, show scheduling, and hours of haggling over the details worthwhile.

It’s this attention to detail that makes Cheyenne Frontier Days™ the great event it is. Every year, after the last cowboy has packed up and headed for the next rodeo, the group of eleven volunteers known as the Cheyenne Frontier Days™ General Committee start organizing their subcommittees and planning for the next year. They review what was right, what could be improved, and begin work planning the next “Daddy of ‘em All”®. Cheyenne Frontier Days™ is a year’s worth of planning and preparation by volunteers whose commitment to ten days in July is only rewarded by the smiles and appreciation of you, the visitor. As they show you the West, remember their payment can only be shown in how much you enjoy the celebration, 123 years in the making!

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The Grand Parades have been popular with Cheyenne Frontier Days™ audiences for over 120 years and 2019 promises to continue that trend. Four parades are scheduled during the week-long celebration. A rocket announces the beginning of each parade at 9 a.m. on the opening Saturday, Tuesday, Thursday, and final Saturday; and then a procession of charming splendor begins. The Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Grand Parades have evolved into a colorful pageant of the frontier West, mixing the nostalgia of yesterday with the excitement of today. The “Evolution of Transportation” was developed for the parades in 1925, and from this beginning, subsequent committees have acquired over 50 horse-drawn and open-drawn vehicles by gift, purchase, and loan. Favorites include: the stagecoach, sleigh, ambulance, meat wagon, depot wagon, surreys and landaus. In 1926, the late Dazee Bristol designed five floats depicting various aspects of frontier life in early Wyoming. Her designs of dance halls, saloons, and mining camps have highlighted Frontier Days parades for more than 85 years. Other highlights of the parade are equestrian units, historical floats, pre-1964 vehicles, precision drill teams, fancy riders, clowns and much more. The carriages and historical floats provide a flavor that enhances the Western atmosphere. The Grand Parades last around an hour and a half and are over a mile long, starting at 24th Street and Capitol Avenue, winding through downtown, and back up to 24th Street and Carey Avenue. Parade announcers are strategically placed at six different stations throughout the route, to bring the parades to life for the thousands of viewers. The parades are a joy for spectators of all ages and a proud tradition that helps make Cheyenne Frontier Days™ the “Daddy of ‘em All”®.


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In true Cheyenne Frontier Days™ fashion, numerous Indian Committee volunteers donate their time to set up for the free pancake breakfast that is prepared and served by the Cheyenne Kiwanis Club. The pancake breakfasts take place Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during Cheyenne Frontier Days™. Approximately 10,000 people show up for each breakfast. By 9 a.m. on Friday morning, over 30,000 people will have passed through the line to be fed a hearty breakfast of flapjacks, ham, and coffee or milk. Don’t be discouraged by the numbers; no one waits more than 20 minutes! These volunteers have been cooking for Cheyenne Frontier Days™ visitors for years, and they’ve got these breakfasts down to a fine art!

You need a big bowl to mix enough batter for 100,000 pancakes. Rumor has it they use a cement truck! The batter consists of 5,000 pounds of pancake mix. The rest of the menu uses 650 pounds of butter, 450 gallons of syrup, s™ Frontier Day y of Cheyenne es rt u 4,000 pounds co o ot Ph of ham, 8,000 pints of milk, 520 gallons of coffee, 125 pounds of sugar, and 12 gallons of cooking oil. Add a healthy dose of blue jean hospitality, and you’ve got a Western flapjack chuckwagon breakfast–Cheyenne style! All paid for by Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Inc. and its sponsors. While you’re enjoying breakfast you’ll also enjoy quality country Western music, plus the “Little Sun Drum and Dance Group,” rodeo royalty, and live entertainment by Cheyenne’s own “Country Club Band.” The Frontier Days famous Free Pancake Breakfast takes place at the Depot Plaza in downtown Cheyenne at the corner of Lincolnway and Capitol Avenue, from 7-9 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Bring the entire family! ©2019 Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. Available for a limited time only. Valid in-store only.

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Volunteers Make It Happen Cheyenne Frontier Days™ is put on by a General Committee of eleven volunteers who lead the committees that oversee the specific areas and events of the celebration. The different committees include: Concessions, Contract Acts, Grounds, Indians, Military, Parades, Public Relations, Rodeo, Security, and Tickets. These committees are supported by a corps of more than 3,000 volunteers who work throughout the year to produce the July event.

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“The Garden” just inside the main gate is your go to spot to relax and recharge during Cheyenne Frontier Days™. Beginning July 19 at 11 a.m., “The Garden” will open to the public for the 123rd Annual “Daddy of ‘em All”®. Formerly known as The Amphitheater at Volunteer Square, “The Garden” was newly revamped into a loungeoriented spot in 2016. Located just inside the main gate at Frontier Park, it’s the perfect place to meet friends for a fun filled day or night.

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The Garden opens daily starting Friday, July 19 at 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. through Sunday, July 28. The free entertainment stage will close at 8 p.m., just in time for Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Frontier Nights® entertainment to begin. “Fiesta Day” will be Sunday, July 21. Join us for an all-day event featuring Latino food, entertainment, live bands, and live remote broadcasts throughout the day, brought to “The Garden” by “La Familia Broadcasting.” “The Garden” is a shaded, comfortable area to hang out and listen to music. It is one of the few places on Frontier Park to enjoy wine, beer and soft drinks. Coming back in 2019 is an expanded music and entertainment schedule that will make your experience a cool and relaxing break from the hustle and bustle of the Carnival Midway area and other exciting events such as The Rodeo. Sit down and catch your breath with a snack and listen to some fantastic music before making your way to other exciting events that make up the “Daddy of ‘em All”®. Please stop by and join us for the sights and sounds of “The Garden.” You won’t be disappointed and will want to come back and visit, because, “after all, it’s free”!


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Providing American Indian Entertainment Colorful Native American Indians have been thrilling Cheyenne Frontier Days™ crowds for over 120 years. The Native American Indians are a tradition at Frontier Days and provide truth and balance to the Western legend of cowboys and Indians. Stunning, handcrafted outfits and authentic dances which have been passed down from generation to generation are just some of the aspects that contribute to the excitement of the American Indian participation at Cheyenne Frontier Days™

We Carry s™ e Frontier Day n Howards en ey h C f o esy Photo court Products! The “Little Sun Drum and Dance Group,” from the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming, will be part of Cheyenne Frontier Days™ again this year. The “Little Sun Drum and Dance Group” will perform three times each day during Frontier Days in the Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Indian Village. A traditional flute player will perform at 2 and 5:15 p.m., and a Native American Storyteller will perform at 1 and 4 p.m., on Saturday, July 20 through Saturday, July 27. The “Little Sun Drum and Dance Group” will perform many dances including the Men’s Fancy Feather, the Grass Dance, the Ladies’ Fancy Shawl, the Men’s Traditional and the Ladies’ Jingle. The Indian Village is open daily from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Saturday to Saturday, and is free to the public. It is located at the southeast corner of Frontier Park. Dance performances are scheduled at 11 a.m., 3 and 6 p.m., Saturday through Saturday, and at 11 a.m., on the final Sunday. Check the Indian Village for a complete schedule. The Indian Village also includes several exhibits including a food vendor featuring Native American products. This year the Indian Village will open at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 19 for visitors interested in food and vendors.


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The Cheyenne Depot and Plaza Don’t miss visiting the heart of our community since 1886, the Union Pacific Depot. This National Historic landmark is centrally located in the center of downtown Cheyenne. The Cheyenne Depot and Plaza hosts free events from May through December. The Cheyenne Hispanic Festival, The Cheyenne Celtic Musical Arts Festival and Fridays on the Plaza are recognized throughout Wyoming and Colorado. Residents and area visitors visit the downtown Cheyenne area for these cultural and nightlife experiences year after year. Looking for some Wyoming and railroad memorabilia or a souvenir? You will be pleased to find a variety of unique railroad, western and Wyoming related items in our gift shop, where there is a little something for everybody.

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Designed in Richardsonian Romanesque style and constructed from polychromatic sandstone, the Union Pacific Depot is widely acknowledged to be one of the most beautiful railroad stations in North America. The Depot is next to the very active main line of Union Pacific, with over 90 trains passing through each day. The Union Pacific Steam Shop is home to the famous 844 and 3985 steam locomotives. The Transcontinental Railroad map embedded in the terrazzo floor of the Cheyenne Depot lobby is just one of the building’s highlights. The original wood benches in the lobby still bear the cigarette burns from soldiers in transport. The “Coupler Building” is a gorgeous addition to the Depot. The building serves as a beautiful viewing area of trains passing by and an entrance in the second floor baggage attic where the world famous Union Central and Northern HOn3 Model Railroad reside. Built over 30 years by Harry Brunk, this unique 65-foot layout replicates the Colorado and Southern narrow gauge railroads along Clear Creek in Colorado. The towns of Blackhawk, Idaho Springs, Silver Plume and Georgetown are replicated in exquisite detail on this fabulous model. Ignite the spirit in your summer; experience the romance of the railroad and join us in celebrating the Union Pacific Depot and all that it represents. For more information about the museum or Depot events, please contact the Cheyenne Depot Museum at (307)632-3905 or visit our website at www.cheyennedepot museum.org. If you are traveling, stop by Cheyenne’s Visitor’s Center, located in the Cheyenne Depot lobby, where you can pick up information on area attractions, lodging and the downtown walking tour.


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The Wyoming Executive Mansion, located on the corner of 21st Street and House Avenue, served as home to 19 of Wyoming’s governors and their families, including the nation’s first female governor, Nellie Tayloe Ross. Stepping onto the political stage in 1925 to win this monumental election, she changed America’s history as well as the history of Wyoming. The mansion has been host to United States presidents, famous authors, and neighborhood children. It is now your turn to be our guest. The stately mansion, designed by Charles Murdock, was modern in 1905 because of its central plumbing, hot water heat, and combination gas and electrical fixtures. This twoand-a-half story structure’s portico features solid sandstone

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In 1995 the Cowgirls of the West, 501c(3) non-profit, organization was formed. Under the guidance of one of the founding ladies, Gerrie Bishop, the group has grown to nearly 200 members. The mission of the Cowgirls is to provide a free museum where the public may learn of the rich heritage of women and their role in settling the Wild West that continues to this day. The museum and gift shop are located at 203/205 West 17th street in downtown Cheyenne. The Cowgirls sponsor a monthly luncheon/program during the months of September thru May. The programs feature historical ranch history, cowboy and cowgirl history and many stories of the families who homesteaded or founded businesses in the West. All events are open to the public as the Cowgirls of

the West continue in their role to help educate and share the rich history of the area. Women suffrage is also featured in our museum. There is a plaque on 17th street, downtown Cheyenne, honoring the women who won the right to vote. The Cowgirls of the West membership of both women and men host an annual bunch/fashion show on the first Monday of Frontier Days. This fundraiser enables our volunteers to open the museum free of charge during the months of May thru September. In 2019 the brunch will be on July 22, 2019. It is held at Little America. This brunch is the major event for ladies attending Frontier Days, hosting nearly 600 women and men. During the year of 2019 the Cowgirls had the honor of serving as greeters for the Governors Gala. Our membership does not require that you rope or ride but that you have the Spirit of the West inside. Our museum was noted in the New York Times and several other magazines as a place not to be missed when visiting Wyoming. We welcome school groups or other groups interested in history. If your group would like to visit please call 307638-4994 or write to P. O. Box 525, Cheyenne, Wy. 82003.

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Pistol Packin’ Gunslingers Shoot It Up! Rustlers, lawmen, and other pilgrims are invited to return to those exciting days of yesteryear when villains were hunted down, captured and brought to justice by brave lawmen. Cheyenne visitors get to see how it was done in the “old days.” The Cheyenne Gunslingers stage free, action-packed gunfights every day during Cheyenne Frontier Days™ to give onlookers a taste of Old West justice. While some arguments exist about many legends of the Old West, no one argues the fact that the gunfight is a part of American History. At “High Noon” and 6:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday, “High Noon” on Sunday, then “High Noon” and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and one more time on Sunday at Noon (the last day of Frontier Days™), pistol packing gunslingers perform an hour long show at their “Home of the Gunslingers,” in the heart of Historic Downtown Cheyenne, at 15th Street and Pioneer Avenue. The shows are based on six scripts that recreate an atmosphere of Cheyenne in the 1890’s. Although none of the

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The Old Fashioned Melodrama A Cheyenne Tradition for 63 Years!

It’s time once again for The Old-Fashioned Melodrama at the Historic Atlas Theatre! This summer, we bring back a classic script from one of our most prolific and beloved melodrama playwrights: Lou Burton. This year’s show is entitled The Reluctant Heiress or The Crow Creek Catastrophe or Wild for the Wildlife and is being directed by Lou’s daughter, Tascha Burton. Join us this summer for the most fun you can have in downtown Cheyenne with your boots on! Cheer the hero, boo the villain, sigh for the heroine and hiss the villainess during this rootin’ tootin’ villain shootin’ Wild West show!

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In addition to numerous awards and nominations from TNN, GMA and CCMA, Susie has been named “Artist of the Year” several times in the field of Positive Country Music. She has also scored four #1 singles on the Positive Country radio charts. Susie’s husband Mark Eaton joins her to sing on stage and also brings an inspiring, relevant, and entertaining Christian message.

This is a “Multi-Denominational” Cowboy Church service where everyone is welcome. Buckets will be passed for donations to Mark and Susie’s non-profit charity efforts The Eaton Leadership Foundation, www.eatonleadership.org and Susie’s music will be available for sale the morning of AND at www. susiemcentire.com. Special guests are always a part of this event. Come and enjoy a beautiful morning in Grandstand B, Sunday, July 21, at 9:00am. And again this year: Ladies are encouraged to attend the 3rd Annual ‘Pamper Me in Old Cheyenne’, Sunday, July 21, 5:30-7:30 at Cheyenne Hills Church, (7505 US Hwy 30) with hosts Susie McEntire & Keenie Word. Hear dynamic stories, great singing, and enjoy shopping/ fellowship. Light snack served afterwards. There is no cost, but please register at: www.eatonleadership.org.

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MUSEUMS CHEYENNE

Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Old West Museum 4610 Carey Ave. • 307-778-7290

www.oldwestmuseum.org Admission Open Daily: 9 am - 5 pm Extended Hours During CFD™ Cheyenne Frontier Days’ history comes alive at the CFD Old West Museum! Inside the Museum, you will experience 15 the stories of the individuals, livestock and organizations whose distinctive contributions to CFD have helped grow a dream into “The Daddy of ‘em All.” For an hour or two, this Museum helps you travel back in time through the rich history of Cheyenne Frontier Days and relive the Western legend.

Cowgirls of the West Museum & Gift Shop 203 & 205 W. 17th St. • 307-638-4994 www.cowgirlsofthewestmuseum.com Extended Hours During CFD™ Fri., July 19 - Sat., July 27: 9 am - 5 pm Free Admission Tues. - Fri.: 11 am - 4 pm Sat.: 11 am - 3 pm 17 A grass-roots museum dedicated to the history and spirit of the western cowgirl and pioneering woman from early days to the present. One-of-a-kind displays from Cowgirl, Rodeo, and Ranching life. Gift Shop features unique and antique western and cowgirl items and collectibles, jewelry, furnishings, books and artwork. You don’t need to rope and ride - just have the western spirit inside.

Cheyenne Depot Museum 121 West 15th St. • 307-632-3905

www.cheyennedepotmuseum.org Admission Mon.-Fri.: 9 am - 6:30 pm Sat.: 9 am - 5 pm • Sun.: 11 am - 3 pm Experience the romance of the railroad at the Cheyenne Depot Museum, housed in the beautifully restored Union Pacific Depot - a 16 National Historic Landmark in downtown Cheyenne. Travel on an emotional and historical journey into the mystery and allure of the railroad and the people who built it.

Nelson Museum of the West 1714 Carey Ave. • 307-635-7670

www.nelsonmuseum.com Admission Mon. - Fri.: 9 am - 4:30 pm Open Mon. - Sat. During Frontier Days™ Handicapped Accessible Audio Tours • Historic Location 20 No visit to Cheyenne is complete until you’ve seen our extensive Native American and Cowboy collections! Some of the finest examples of Indian beadwork, basketry, pottery, quilled items and jewelry are on display. The exhibits also feature the U.S. Cavalry, the leatherwork of

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Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Transformed from the Early Days to the Present Festivities It all started in 1897. It seemed the “Magic City of the Plains” that had grown so rapidly needed a boost. The first Cheyenne Frontier Days™ committee was formed to develop an event that would attract visitors and attention to Cheyenne. The exact origin of Cheyenne Frontier Days™ is unknown, but a group of businessmen gathered and decided the event would give the city some recognition. They had one month to publicize it. Some critics said it wouldn’t amount to much; they were mistaken.

Cheyenne Frontier Days™ has grown from a small event into the World’s Largest Outdoor Rodeo and Western Celebration. For Cheyenne, it is the biggest attraction a city could hope to create. Visitors from all over the nation and different parts of the world travel to Wyoming each July to take part in the “Daddy of ‘em All”®. The rodeo has been the main event of Frontier Days. Other activities have come and gone through the years. Baseball games were popular in the first years. Riding, roping and wrestling bison were also part of the week’s events. Until the mid-1920’s, non-rodeo activities took place in the downtown area. In 1927, the licenses for street-side entertainment were denied. The midway and carnivals began. In 1929, “Frontier Nights®” opened as an evening attraction. Visitors could gamble in false saloons or spend the evening in the dance hall. Beginning in the early 1930’s, an increasing number of celebrities began to attend the festivities. Actors came to have fun and promote their new films. In the 1950’s and 60’s, stars from television westerns participated in Cheyenne Frontier Days™.

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Native Americans weren’t a part of the first Frontier Days, but public demand brought them to the second celebration. Shoshones from the Wind River Reservation took part in the early years. By the late 1920’s, Ogalala Lakotas represented the Native Americans. The Southern Plains Indian Dancers participated for the first time in 1980, and they returned each year until 1996. Several different groups have taken part since 1997 including the Wind River Dancers and the “Little Sun Drum and Dance Group.” Grand Parades have long been a part of Cheyenne Frontier Days™. Early parades featured cowboys and military regiments. Dazee Bristol, a prominent citizen and volunteer, designed floats for the parades and created saloons and a lynching bee. Some of these floats can still be seen in the parades. Through all the changes, the rodeo has been the heart of it all. By the 1920’s, two or three women’s events were included in the rodeo. The economy and World War II changed women’s roles and by 1948, women’s events were no longer part of

Frontier Days. In 1973, barrel racing was offered at Cheyenne Frontier Days™, but again, the event was dropped after 1981; and brought back as a night show feature in 1991. The rodeos have brought fame and glory as well as tragedy and sadness to Cheyenne. In 1989, bull rider Lane Frost was killed after completing one of his best rides at that year’s “Daddy of ‘em All”®. A statue now stands in tribute to his life and legacy outside the CFD™ Old West Museum. Cheyenne Frontier Days™ is a special gathering. It couldn’t happen without the volunteers who donate their time and effort to the event. They do everything from planning the activities to cleaning Frontier Park. Each visitor adds his or her own piece of history to the Cheyenne Frontier Days™ tradition. As the years go by, Frontier Days holds a place in the hearts of all who have had the opportunity to experience it. The past 123 years have seen millions of people travel to Cheyenne to experience this great event. This year, and in the years still to come, more visitors will learn what it means to have been part of the “Daddy of ‘em All”®.

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The Nelson Museum of The West

The Nelson Museum of the West is located at 1714 Carey Avenue. The museum is open Monday - Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during Cheyenne Frontier Days™. It is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the rest of the season. The Museum is closed from November to April. The museum is a nonprofit endeavor. Admission fees are as follows: Adults $5, seniors $4, and children under 12 years of age are free when accompanied by an adult. Please contact in advance for reduced group rates. Tickets may also be purchased in conjunction with the downtown Trolley Tour from the Cheyenne Visitors Bureau. The Nelson Museum is dedicated to the preservation of fine Cowboy and Native American objects. Fine Western art, rodeo, cowboy and Native American objects comprise the

largest part of the museum’s collection of more than 14,000 artifacts. An exhibit dedicated to the military features the uniforms and equipment used through four major periods including: The Indian Wars, Spanish American War, World War I and World War II. The museum has also updated its other exhibits: Art of the First Americans, They Saddled the West and Artistry in Silver just to name a few. The Museum features 11,000 square feet of Native American beadwork, weavings, jewelry, quillwork and pottery. Cowboy saddles, boots, spurs and hats, children’s items and fine Western art by some of the earliest Western Artists can also be seen. The Museum has a large Trophy Animal Collection that includes animals from all over the world as well as here in Wyoming. Historic firearms are also featured at the museum. Of particular interest is an exhibit on 19th Century Cowboy and Indian weaponry as well as a Colt SAA that was won as a prize at the 1919 Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Rodeo. This museum is not to be missed if you love the legends and appeal of the Old West!

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NELSON MUSEUM OF THE WEST

The Nelson Museum is dedicated to the preservation of fine Cowboy and Native American objects. Fine Western art, Rodeo, Cowboy and Native American objects comprise the largest part of the Museum’s collection of more than 14,000 artifacts. Also on display: mounted animals from around the world, miniature firearms collection, silver saddles, lawmen, outlaws, and military displays.

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Trolley Tour Features Historic Areas

Step aboard the Cheyenne Street Railway trolleys for a fascinating glimpse of the city. There’s no better way to be introduced to the area. The tour focuses on Cheyenne’s unharnessed rough & rowdy beginnings, the first decade when things were quite unruly, and the growing pains throughout Cheyenne’s first quarter century. Your guides will point out the attractions you’ll want to visit during your stay. The weekday trolley tours allow passengers to get on and off at several of Cheyenne’s great attractions. You can ride just for the narrated 90-minute tour, or get on and off throughout the day exploring Cheyenne at your leisure. The weekday trolleys begin at Cheyenne Depot Museum, and make stops at the Nelson Museum of the West, The Wyoming State Museum, a stop for the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens and Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Old West Museum and the Historic Governors’ Mansion. It also takes you by steam engine #1242 Ole Sadie. The weekend 2-hour tours include one free stop at a local attraction. All tours begin with Cheyenne’s railroad beginnings and then take you through the era of cattle barons when Cheyenne was the wealthiest

city-per-capita in the nation. Expert guides share colorful stories of the Wild West and researched historical information, providing a wonderful overview of the area. The Cheyenne Street Trolley originally started in 1888. The first passengers were Legislative members who rode from the Capitol to the Depot on a horse-drawn trolley. The company closed in 1892, but a second trolley company opened in 1908 and ran sixteen years. They were the newfangled kind of electric car trolleys that ran on a rail. A mere 64 years later, the current Cheyenne Street Railway company originated, and has been going strong for 31 years.

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Tour Schedule DURING CFD™: Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. (with the last trolley returning to the depot at 5:30 p.m.) Tuesday and Thursday: 11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. with the last trolley returning to the depot at 5:30 p.m. (No 10:00 a.m. tours due to the parades). Saturdays: Noon and 2:00 p.m. (There is a 10:00 a.m. tour when it’s not CFD™ - cancelled so visitors can attend the parades). Sunday: Noon and 2:00 p.m. $12/adult. Ninety minute narrated tour. Admittance to free attractions; State Museum, Botanic Gardens. Get on/get off at attractions as desired. Trolley Plus Pass: Tour and Attraction Price $19 adult. Ticket includes admittance to the Old West Museum, Nelson Museum, and the Cheyenne Depot Museum. (Weekdays only) $6 for children (ages 12 and under) there is no additional fee to enter the museum/historical sites. Get your tickets at the Visitor Center, located in the historic depot building at 15th and Capitol Avenue, and begin your tour right in the heart of our city where it all began. For more information and regular tour schedules, call (307)7783133 or 1-800-426-5009.

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Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Old West Museum Experience the History of Cheyenne Frontier Days! Cheyenne Frontier Days™ history comes alive at the CFD™ Old West Museum! Inside the Museum, you will experience the stories of the individuals, livestock, and organizations whose distinctive contributions to Frontier Days have helped grow a dream into “The Daddy of ‘em All®.” For an hour or two, the Museum helps you travel through the rich history of Cheyenne Frontier Days™ and immerse yourself in the Western legend. In 1978, a group of volunteers established the Museum to preserve the historic carriage collection used in the annual

Frontier Day Parades. Today, with a collection of over 160 carriages, the Museum boasts the largest, most diverse collection of Western Carriages in the United States. Guided by a mission to cultivate and preserve the Western legacy of Cheyenne Frontier Days™, the Museum now houses a collection of over 150,000 artifacts relating to Cheyenne and Cheyenne Frontier Days™. A truly volunteer-oriented organization, the Museum recognizes that Cheyenne Frontier Days™ volunteers make the history the Museum preserves.

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This family-friendly institution has interactive elements in the galleries so everyone can explore this history of Cheyenne Frontier Days™ and the stories of those who helped make it happen. From our interactive Hole in the Wall Children’s Gallery to permanent pieces in the Museum collection, including our extensive carriage exhibit, the Museum brings the past to life and invites visitors to immerse themselves in this thrilling history. The 39th Annual CFD™ Western Art Show and Sale features the nation’s top artists presenting original art that celebrates the heritage of the American West. Since its inception in 1981, the CFD™ Western Art Show has contributed over $2.9 million to Museum operations. All proceeds from the Art Show directly benefit the Museum’s Exhibits, Collections, and Education Programs. This year, the show will be on exhibit from July 19, 2019 through August 18, 2019. The Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Old West Museum is located on Carey Avenue in the Northeast corner of Frontier Park. The Museum is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. during Cheyenne Frontier Days™ and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during the rest of the year. Military, senior, and group discounts available; children five and under free. For more information about the CFD™ Old West Museum, please visit us online at www.oldwestmuseum.org or call 307-778-7290.

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equate smoke and fire detection systems and non-existent smoke and fire suppression systems. The renovation has addressed these issues. The invasive work to repair the building has created an opportunity to restore historic elements that were significantly altered during previous renovation projects. Historic paint studies have revealed that very extensive trompe l’oeil patterns dating back to 1888 were located throughout the Capitol corridors and in the historic Wyoming Supreme Court Chamber. Additionally, studies have uncovered 1917 decorative paint in the chambers and galleries of the Senate and House. Thanks to the discoveries, the Capitol will be restored to its beautiful and ornate grandeur. Additionally, the original ceiling heights have been restored; exposing even more historic decorative elements such as stenciling, cornice molding, and arched doorways. The restorations of lay lights and skylights have returned more natural light into the building.

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The historic Wyoming Supreme Chamber, where the state’s Constitution was signed giving women the right to vote, has been restored to its original two-story height with its stained glass lay light and chandelier. This magnificent chamber will become the largest public meeting room in the Capitol and visitors will be able to visit this historical significant room where women were first given the right to vote, serve on juries, and hold public office. The Capitol’s National Historic Landmark status is attributed to the women’s suffrage debates that occurred here. The Capitol and its grounds are closed to the public during the restoration, which are scheduled to open mid-2019. The Wyoming State Museum offers a Capitol exhibit detailing the building’s significance to national history and the architectural and design elements. The museum, located at 2301 Central Avenue, just a short walk from the Capitol, is open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday and admission is free. The 1888 Territorial House Chamber, which was later occupied by the Supreme Court in 1890, is being restored. The chamber has been returned to its original size by eliminating a partition wall and reclaiming the two-story volume and public balcony. An investigative study in July 2017 revealed extensive decorative designs in the historic Supreme Court Chamber. The Supreme Court Chamber was originally painted in a style

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Directions & Parking for Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Visitors

Take advantage of the Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Parkn-Ride service! Buses will travel between Park-n-Ride and Frontier Park all day long. A quick five-minute bus ride directly to the celebration! The Park-n-Ride will be at I-25 and Happy Jack. (Heading Northbound on I-25, take exit 10D and southbound on I-25, take exit 10D.) SHUTTLE HOURS TO FRONTIER PARK: • July 19: 10 a.m.-12:30 a.m. • July 20-27: 10:30 a.m.- 12:30 a.m. • July 28: 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. FRONTIER PARK PARKING Frontier Park public parking is available for $20/vehicle. Access to the park via Warren Ave. or Carey Ave. No overnight camping permitted at Frontier Park without General Committee permission. Parking lots close at 1 a.m. HANDICAPPED /ASSISTED PARKING Individuals requiring assistance with parking or seating are requested to contact the Cheyenne Frontier Day™ ticket office in advance at (307) 778-7222. Two designated parking areas are set aside, one near the ticket office (Eighth Ave. at Frontier Park), and the other in “C” Lot – off Carey Ave. Volunteers are ready to assist with transportation.

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FRIDAY, JULY 19 PARK-N-RIDE

10 A.M.–12:30 A.M.: The Park-n-Ride is located at I-25 and Happy Jack

FRONTIER PARK ARENA

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10 A.M.–12:30 A.M.: The Park-n-Ride is located at I-25 and Happy Jack

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10 A.M.–8 P.M.: T  rainers working with horses 4:30–7:30 P.M.: C  huckwagon VIP Experience (Menu: ribeye, beans, potatoes, roll, cobbler, beverage)

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12:45 P.M.: R  odeo Grand Entry & Cheyenne Frontier Days™ “Daddy of ‘em All®” Rodeo 8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® concert Josh Turner with special guest Tanya Tucker

11 A.M.–1 P.M.: K  id’s Crafts 11:15 A.M., 3 P.M. & 6 P.M.: Native American Dance Performances 1 P.M. & 4 P.M.: I nteractive Cultural Sharing 2 P.M. & 5:15 P.M.: Native American Flute Player

OLD FRONTIER TOWN

10:30 A.M.–8 P.M.: P  etting Zoo 10 A.M.–8 P.M.: S  idewinder Saloon. Live performances from 10 a.m.–Noon & 4–7 p.m.

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THE GARDEN

11 A.M.–8 P.M.: A  variety of Latino entertainment; Folkloric dancers and family fun 6:30–8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® Pre-Party with Dareyes de la Sierra

WESTERN EXPERIENCE

10 A.M.–8 P.M.: T  rainers working with horses

INDIAN VILLAGE

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10:30 A.M.–9:30 P.M.: C  FD Exhibit Hall 10:30 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: C  FD Carnival/Midway Area/ Shopping 11 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: Buckin’ A Saloon―Frontier Nights® Pre-Party with Southern Fryed at 5–7 p.m. and the AfterParty with Southern Fryed 10 p.m.–Midnight

CFD™ OLD WEST MUSEUM & STORE

8 A.M.–7 P.M.: C  FD Old West Museum & CFD Western Art Show 8 A.M.–7 P.M.: S  hopping at the CFD™ Store

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11 A.M.–1 P.M.: K  id’s Crafts 11:15 A.M., 3 P.M. & 6 P.M.: N  ative American Dance Performances 1 P.M. & 4 P.M.: I nteractive Cultural Sharing 2 P.M. & 5:15 P.M.: N  ative American Flute Player

OLD FRONTIER TOWN

10:30 A.M.–8 P.M.: P  etting Zoo 10 A.M.–8 P.M.: S  idewinder Saloon. Live performances from 10 a.m.–Noon & 4–7 p.m.

MondAY, JULY 22

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PARK-N-RIDE

10 A.M.–12:30 A.M.: T  he Park-n-Ride is located at I-25 and Happy Jack

FRONTIER PARK ARENA

7 A.M.: R  odeo Slack 9:30 & 10:30 A.M.: B  ehind the Chutes Tours. Meet at CFD Old West Museum 11:45 A.M.: P  re-Rodeo Entertainment including Junior Barrel Racing 12:45 P.M.: R  odeo Grand Entry & Cheyenne Frontier Days™ “Daddy of ‘em All®” Rodeo 8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® Professional Bull Riders— Last Cowboy Standing

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CARNIVAL/MIDWAY AREA

10:30 A.M.–9:30 P.M.: C  FD Exhibit Hall 10:30 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: C  FD Carnival/Midway Area/ Shopping 11 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: Buckin’ A Saloon―Frontier Nights® Pre-Party with Southern Fryed at 5–7 p.m. and the AfterParty with Southern Fryed 10 p.m.–Midnight

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CFD™ OLD WEST MUSEUM & STORE

8 A.M.–7 P.M.: C  FD Old West Museum & CFD Western Art Show 8 A.M.–7 P.M.: S  hopping at the CFD™ Store

DOWNTOWN/OFF PARK

7 A.M.: F ree Pancake Breakfast

CFD™ OLD WEST MUSEUM & STORE

8 A.M.–7 P.M.: C  FD Old West Museum & CFD Western Art Show 8 A.M.–7 P.M.: S  hopping at the CFD™ Store

THE GARDEN

11 A.M.–8 P.M.: R  elax and Recharge 4 P.M.: A  ndy Stewart on the Couch & Rodeo Autographs 5–8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® Pre-Party with Chris Petersen

WESTERN EXPERIENCE

10 A.M.–8 P.M.: T  rainers working with horses

INDIAN VILLAGE

11:15 A.M., 3 P.M. & 6 P.M.: Native American Dance Performances 1 P.M. & 4 P.M.: I nteractive Cultural Sharing 2 P.M. & 5:15 P.M.: Native American Flute Player

OLD FRONTIER TOWN

10:30 A.M.–8 P.M.: P  etting Zoo 10 A.M.–8 P.M.: S  idewinder Saloon. Live performances from 10 a.m.–Noon & 4–7 p.m.

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9:30 & 10:30 A.M.: Behind the Chutes Tours. Meet at CFD Old West Museum 11:45 A.M.: P  re-Rodeo Entertainment including Junior Barrel Racing 12:45 P.M.: R  odeo Grand Entry & Cheyenne Frontier Days™ “Daddy of ‘em All®” Rodeo 8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® Professional Bull Riders— Last Cowboy Standing

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10:30 A.M.–8 P.M.: P  etting Zoo 10 A.M.–8 P.M.: S  idewinder Saloon. Live performances from 10 a.m.–Noon & 4–7 p.m.

WednesdAY, JULY 24

Union Wireless • Holland & Hart • Suncor Energy Laramie County Community College (LCCC)

PARK-N-RIDE

Photo cou rtesy of Ch eyenne Fron tier Days™ THE GARDEN

11 A.M.–8 P.M.: R  elax and Recharge 4 P.M.: A  ndy Stewart on the Couch & Rodeo Autographs 5–8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® Pre-Party with Erica Sunshine Lee

WESTERN EXPERIENCE

10 A.M.–12:30 A.M.: T  he Park-n-Ride is located at I-25 and Happy Jack

FRONTIER PARK ARENA

9:30 & 10:30 A.M.: B  ehind the Chutes Tours. Meet at CFD Old West Museum 11:45 A.M.: P  re-Rodeo Entertainment including the Challenge Rodeo 12:45 P.M.: R  odeo Grand Entry & Cheyenne Frontier Days™ “Daddy of ‘em All®” Rodeo 8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® concert Miranda Lambert with special guest Randy Houser

CARNIVAL/MIDWAY AREA

10 A.M.–8 P.M.: T  rainers working with horses

INDIAN VILLAGE

11:15 A.M., 3 P.M. & 6 P.M.: Native American Dance Performances 1 P.M. & 4 P.M.: I nteractive Cultural Sharing 2 P.M. & 5:15 P.M.: Native American Flute Player

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10:30 A.M.–9:30 P.M.: C  FD Exhibit Hall 10:30 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: C  FD Carnival/Midway Area/ Shopping 11 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: B  uckin’ A Saloon―Frontier Nights® Pre-Party with Erica Sunshine Lee at 5–7 p.m. and the After-Party with Erica Sunshine Lee 10 p.m.–Midnight

DOWNTOWN/OFF PARK

7 A.M.: F ree Pancake Breakfast. Downtown Cheyenne at Depot Plaza 9 A.M.-4 P.M.: W  ild West Airshow at Wyoming Air National Guard (More info page 33) 10 A.M.: U  .S.A.F. Thunderbird Aerial Demonstration over F.E. Warren Air Force Base

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CFD™ OLD WEST MUSEUM & STORE

8 A.M.–7 P.M.: C  FD Old West Museum & CFD Western Art Show 8 A.M.–7 P.M.: S  hopping at the CFD™ Store

THE GARDEN

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WESTERN EXPERIENCE

10 A.M.–8 P.M.: T  rainers working with horses 11 A.M.–1 P.M.: C  huckwagon Cookoff cooking demonstration

11 A.M.–8 P.M.: R  elax and Recharge 5–8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® Pre-Party with Coutry Music Project

WESTERN EXPERIENCE

10 A.M.–8 P.M.: T  rainers working with horses 4:30–7:30 P.M.: C  huckwagon VIP Experience (Menu: brisket, beans, potatoes, roll, cobbler, beverage)

INDIAN VILLAGE

11 A.M.–1 P.M.: K  id’s Crafts 1 P.M. & 4 P.M.: Interactive Cultural Sharing 11:15 A.M., 3 P.M. & 6 P.M.: Native American Dance Performances 2 P.M. & 5:15 P.M.: Native American Flute Player 7 P.M.: Pow Wow

OLD FRONTIER TOWN

10:30 A.M.–8 P.M.: P  etting Zoo 10 A.M.–8 P.M.: S  idewinder Saloon. Live performances from 10 a.m.–Noon & 4–7 p.m.

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10 A.M.–12:30 A.M.: The Park-n-Ride is located at I-25 and Happy Jack

FRONTIER PARK ARENA

9:30 & 10:30 A.M. & 5 P.M.: Behind the Chutes Tours. Meet at CFD Old West Museum 11:45 A.M.: P  re-Rodeo Entertainment including the Challenge Rodeo 12:45 P.M.: R  odeo Grand Entry & Cheyenne Frontier Days™ “Daddy of ‘em All®” Rodeo 8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® concert POST MALONE with special guest TBA

CARNIVAL/MIDWAY AREA

10:30 A.M.–9:30 P.M.: C  FD Exhibit Hall 10:30 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: C  FD Carnival/Midway Area/ Shopping 11 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: Buckin’ A Saloon―Frontier Nights® Pre-Party with Erica Sunshine Lee at 5–7 p.m. and the After-Party with Erica Sunshine Lee 10 p.m.–Midnight

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INDIAN VILLAGE

11:15 A.M., 3 P.M. & 6 P.M.: Native American Dance Performances 1 P.M. & 4 P.M.: I nteractive Cultural Sharing 2 P.M. & 5:15 P.M.: Native American Flute Player

OLD FRONTIER TOWN

10:30 A.M.–8 P.M.: P  etting Zoo 10 A.M.–8 P.M.: S  idewinder Saloon. Live performances from 10 a.m.–Noon & 4–7 p.m.

FridAY, JULY 26

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PARK-N-RIDE

10 A.M.–12:30 A.M.: The Park-n-Ride is located at I-25 and Happy Jack

FRONTIER PARK ARENA

9:30 & 10:30 A.M. & 5 P.M.: Behind the Chutes Tours. Meet at CFD Old West Museum 11:45 A.M.: P  re-Rodeo Entertainment including Junior Barrel Racing 12:45 P.M.: R  odeo Grand Entry & Cheyenne Frontier Days™ “Daddy of ‘em All®” Rodeo 8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® concert Keith Urban with special guest Walker Hayes

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Walker Hayes CARNIVAL/MIDWAY AREA

10:30 A.M.–9:30 P.M.: C  FD Exhibit Hall 10:30 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: C  FD Carnival/Midway Area/ Shopping 11 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: B  uckin’ A Saloon―Frontier Nights® Pre-Party with Southern Fryed at 5–7 p.m. and the AfterParty with Randall King 10 p.m.–Midnight

DOWNTOWN/OFF PARK

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CFD™ OLD WEST MUSEUM & STORE

8 A.M.–7 P.M.: C  FD Old West Museum & CFD Western Art Show 8 A.M.–7 P.M.: S  hopping at the CFD™ Store

THE GARDEN

11 A.M.–8 P.M.: R  elax and Recharge 4 P.M.: A  ndy Stewart on the Couch & Rodeo Autographs 5–8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® Pre-Party with Erica Sunshine Lee

WESTERN EXPERIENCE

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INDIAN VILLAGE

11:15 A.M., 3 P.M. & 6 P.M.: N  ative American Dance Performances 1 P.M. & 4 P.M.: I nteractive Cultural Sharing 2 P.M. & 5:15 P.M.: N  ative American Flute Player


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OLD FRONTIER TOWN

10:30 A.M.–8 P.M.: P  etting Zoo 10 A.M.–8 P.M.: S  idewinder Saloon. Live performances from 10 a.m.–Noon & 4–7 p.m.

SaturdAY, JULY 27

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PARK-N-RIDE

10 A.M.–12:30 A.M.: The Park-n-Ride is located at I-25 and Happy Jack

FRONTIER PARK ARENA

9:30 & 10:30 A.M. & 5 P.M.: Behind the Chutes Tours. Meet at CFD Old West Museum 11:45 A.M.: P  re-Rodeo Entertainment including Junior Barrel Racing 12:45 P.M.: R  odeo Grand Entry & Cheyenne Frontier Days™ “Daddy of ‘em All®” Rodeo 8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® concert Tim McGraw and special guest Devin Dawson

CARNIVAL/MIDWAY AREA

10:30 A.M.–9:30 P.M.: C  FD Exhibit Hall 10:30 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: C  FD Carnival/Midway Area/ Shopping 11 A.M.–MIDNIGHT: Buckin’ A Saloon―Frontier Nights® Pre-Party with Southern Fryed at 5–7 p.m. and the AfterParty with Randall King at 10 p.m.–Midnight

DOWNTOWN/OFF PARK 9 A.M.: G  rand Parade

CFD™ OLD WEST MUSEUM & STORE

8 A.M.–7 P.M.: C  FD Old West Museum & CFD Western Art Show 8 A.M.–7 P.M.: S  hopping at the CFD™ Store

Tim McGraw with Special Guest

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THE GARDEN

11 A.M.–8 P.M.: R  elax and Recharge 4 P.M.: A  ndy Stewart on the Couch & Rodeo Autographs 5–8 P.M.: F rontier Nights® Pre-Party with Erica Sunshine Lee

WESTERN EXPERIENCE

10 A.M.–8 P.M.: T  rainers working with horses NOON: Food Competition (200 meal tickets) NOON: Chuckwagon Meal To Go (Menu: chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, biscuit, beans, cobbler)

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SundAY, JULY 28 PARK-N-RIDE

10 A.M.–6 P.M.: T  he Park-n-Ride is located at I-25 and Happy Jack

FRONTIER PARK ARENA

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11 A.M.–1 P.M.: K  id’s Crafts 11:15 A.M., 3 P.M. & 6 P.M.: Native American Dance Performances 1 P.M. & 4 P.M.: I nteractive Cultural Sharing 2 P.M. & 5:15 P.M.: Native American Flute Player

OLD FRONTIER TOWN

9 A.M.: C  owboy Church Service in B-Stand 10 A.M.: B  ehind the Chutes Tours. Meet at CFD Old West Museum 12:30 P.M.: P  re-Rodeo Entertainment 12:45 P.M.: R  odeo Grand Entry & Cheyenne Frontier Days™ “Daddy of ‘em All®” Rodeo. Championship Saddles, Championship Packages, Championship Buckle Awards and Championship Chuckwagon Cookoff buckles awarded

CARNIVAL/MIDWAY AREA

10:30 A.M.–6 P.M.: C  FD Exhibit Hall/Shopping 10:30 A.M.–6 P.M.: C  FD Carnival/Midway Area

CFD™ OLD WEST MUSEUM & STORE

8 A.M.–6 P.M.: C  FD Old West Museum & CFD Western Art Show 8 A.M.–6 P.M.: S  hopping at the CFD™ Store

10:30 A.M.–8 P.M.: P  etting Zoo 10 A.M.–8 P.M.: S  idewinder Saloon. Live performances from 10 a.m.–Noon & 4–7 p.m.

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WESTERN EXPERIENCE

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INDIAN VILLAGE

10 A.M.–1 P.M.: F rontier Park Native American Indian Village 11:15 A.M.: N  ative American Dance Performance

OLD FRONTIER TOWN

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Military Events

25th Annual Open House Schedule Fort D. A. Russell Days

JULY 19-21: 9 A.M.–4 P.M.: B  uses will shuttle between Cheyenne Frontier Days™ and F. E. Warren AFB. Meet the bus in front of the CFD main gate where buses drop off Park-n-Ride All Base Events are located at Centennial Lake/Main Gate. Parking directed by Base Security. These events are free to the public unless otherwise stated.

FRIDAY, JULY 19

9 A.M.–4 P.M.: M  uskets to Missiles Displays, modern ICBM mission displays. See a UH-1N Huey helicopter, USAF fire trucks and USAF Security Forces vehicles 9 A.M.–4 P.M.: L iving History Camp Presentations/ Demonstrations 10 A.M.–4 P.M.: F ood Vendors, bring the whole gang for a delicious meal (Prices vary) 11 A.M.: S  ecurity Forces K9 Working Dog Presentation 11:30 A.M.: C  amp Carlin Supply Run. A “stick” mule race for 5-8-year-old children 2 P.M.: C  amp Carlin Supply Run. A “stick” mule race for 5-8-year-old children 2:30 P.M.: A  merican Revolution Historic Military Demonstration 2:45 P.M.: G  unfight demonstration by the Wyoming Widow Makers 3 P.M.: T  he Trotters Cavalry Performance

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2:30 P.M.: American Revolution Historic Military Demonstration 3 P.M.: The Trotters Cavalry Performance Demonstration 3:30 P.M.: Ft. D. A. Russell Days Historic WWII Military Demonstration 5:30 P.M.: Period Style Dance. Dance instruction provided. All ages welcome

SUNDAY, JULY 21

9 A.M.–4 P.M.: M  uskets to Missiles Displays, modern ICBM mission displays. See a UH-1N Huey helicopter, USAF fire trucks and USAF Security Forces vehicles. 9 A.M.–4 P.M.: L iving History Camp Presentations/ Demonstrations 9 A.M.–3 P.M.: T  ours of Minuteman ICBM trainers and visit the Warren ICBM & Heritage Museum. See a Transporter Erector and Periodic Maintenance Team Van (Tractor/ Trailer), Nuclear Payload Transporter and other vehicles. Tour U1 training silo and a Launch Control Center trainer. Last tour bus leaves at 2:30 p.m. Provide picture ID, no cameras or large bags allowed. 9 A.M.–2:30 P.M.: Warren Spouses’ & Balfour Beatty Communities Historic Homes Tour and Warren ICBM & Heritage Museum Tour. National Register Historic buildings will be on display for visitors. Last bus leaves at 2:30 p.m. Provide picture ID, no cameras or large bags allowed. 9 A.M.: H  istoric Colonial Church Service

SATURDAY, JULY 20

9 A.M.–4 P.M.: M  uskets to Missiles Displays, modern ICBM mission displays. See a UH-1N Huey helicopter, USAF fire trucks and USAF Security Forces vehicles 9 A.M.–4 P.M.: L iving History Camp Presentations/ Demonstrations 9 A.M.–3 P.M.: T  ours of Minuteman ICBM trainers and visit the Warren ICBM & Heritage Museum. See a Transporter Erector and Periodic Maintenance Team Van, Nuclear Payload Transporter and other vehicles. Tour U1 training silo and a Launch Control Center trainer. Last tour bus leaves at 2:30 p.m. Provide picture ID, no cameras or large bags allowed. 10 A.M.–4 P.M.:Food Vendors, bring the whole gang for a delicious meal (Prices vary) 11 A.M.: S  ecurity Forces K9 Working Dog Presentation 11:30 A.M.: C  amp Carlin Supply Run. A “stick” mule race for 5-8-year-old children 11:30 A.M.: M  ilitary Demonstration by Ft. Still’s Half Section NOON: H  igh Noon Gunfight demonstration by the Wyoming Widow Makers 12:30 P.M.: M  ilitary Demonstration by Ft. Still’s Artillery Half Section 1:30 P.M.: B  uffalo Soldiers Presentation 2 P.M.: C  amp Carlin Supply Run. A “stick” mule race for 5-8-year-old children

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10 A.M.–4 P.M.: F ood Vendors, bring the whole gang for a delicious meal (Prices vary) 10 A.M.: B  uffalo Soldiers Presentation 11 A.M.: S  ecurity Forces K9 Working Dog Presentation 11:30 A.M.: C  amp Carlin Supply Run. A “stick” mule race for 5-8-year-old children 11:30 A.M.: M  ilitary Demonstration by Ft. Still’s Half Section NOON: High Noon Gunfight demonstration by the Wyoming Widow Makers 12:30 P.M.: B  uffalo Soldiers Presentation 1:30 P.M.: Military Demonstration by Ft. Still’s Half Section 2 P.M.: T  he Trotters Cavalry Performance Demonstration

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MONDAY, JULY 22

1 P.M.: M  ilitary Monday at Frontier Park. Show your Military I.D. (Active, Guard, Reserve, Retired or Dependent) and get Free C Stand rodeo ticket and FREE gate admission.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24

10 A.M.: U  .S.A.F. Thunderbird Aerial Demonstration will be held over F. E. Warren Air Force Base. More information: warren.af.mil. 9 A.M.–4 P.M.: W  ild West Air Show. 153rd Airlift Wing, 217 Dell Range Blvd. Featuring: aerial and ground demos with static aircraft and military equipment displays. Food and drink vendors, activities for the kids and an opportunity to get up close to the Thunderbirds prior to takeoff and after landing. FREE shuttle will run from Frontier Mall. Provide picture ID, bags are subject to search. More info (307)7726424.

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See Ad On Page 64 Capital Lumber Co............................... 60 Antique, Flea Market & Thrift Stores Financial 65 Cool River Wine & Spirits..................... 19 34 Blue Federal Credit Union.............. 32-33 1 Ambitious Diversities........................... 44 66 Downtown Mercentile......................... 59 2 Antiques Central.................................. 44 35 Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union....................... 17 67 Fantastic Sams..................................... 10 3 Avenues Antiques................................ 44 Medical 68 JO-ED Produce..................................... 53 4 Bart’s Flea Market...........................18, 44 36 Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.... 26 69 Just Dandy........................................... 63 5 The Eclectic Elephant.......................... 44 70 Martindales Western Store.................. 51 6 Fleishhacker’s Hidden Treasures........ 44 Real Estate 71 Menards............................................... 21 7 Frontier Antiques................................. 45 37 #1 Properties................................... 36-37 11 Mid Mod Etc.......................................... 45 8 Goodwill Industries of Wyoming......... 45 38 Century 21 Bell Real Estate................. 15 60 Nutrition Company of Cheyenne........ 29 39 Coldwell Banker 9 The Mall of SVdP Thrift Store.............. 45 The Property Exchange................... 42 12 Our Place.............................................. 45 10 Meals on Wheels Mart.......................... 45 40 Preview Real Estate Guide.................. 67 72 Patio Splash Hot Tubs and Spas......... 23 11 Mid Mod Etc.......................................... 45 73 Red Bison Home.................................... 6 Restaurants and Bars 12 Our Place.............................................. 45 41 Alf’s Pub & Package Liquor.................. 43 74 Rocky Mountain Gun Trader................ 55 13 Prairie House Home Goods................. 45 42 Anong’s Thai Cuisine........................... 34 75 Sportsman’s Warehouse..................... 24 Art Galleries & Museums 43 Blackjack Pizza.................................... 56 76 Town & Country Supermarket Liquors....................... 70 15 CFD™ Old West Museum.................40, 50 44 The Boys Brew Coffee.......................... 28 77 Twombly Performance Horse Sale..... 46 16 Cheyenne Depot Museum..............20, 40 45 Chick-Fil-A............................................ 52 88 Underwood Flowers and Gifts............. 66 17 Cowgirls of the West Museum........24, 40 46 Cold Stone Creamery.......................... 64 78 Wholesale Fireworks........................... 64 18 Deselms Fine Art.................................. 56 47 The Crown Bar..................................... 65 79 The Wrangler.......................................... 2 19 Historic Governors’ Mansion..........22, 40 44 Dad’s Donuts........................................ 28 80 Wyoming Home..................................... 8 20 Nelson Museum of the West...........40, 47 48 Danielmark’s Brewing Co.................... 62 81 Wyoming Work Warehouse................. 66 49 Diamond Horseshoe Café.................... 66 Automotive Services 50 Dickey’s Barbecue Pit.......................... 12 21 Adventure RV....................................... 41 51 DT’s Sports Bar & Package Liquor......... 9 89 The Brake Stop.................................... 66 22 Grease Monkey.................................... 11 52 DT’s Tusker Bar & Liquormart............... 9 82 Cheyenne LEADS.................................. 48 23 Halladay Motors GM............................ 13 53 Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant........ 49 83 Cheyenne Regional Airport................... 5 23 Halladay Service.................................... 7 54 Keg & Kork Liquor & Lounge................ 53 84 Cowboy Church with Susie McEntire & Mark Eaton.................................... 30 24 K’s Trailer Parts and Service ............... 58 55 Little Bear Inn...................................... 25 25 Tyrrell Auto Centers............................. 72 56 McDonald’s........................................... 51 60 Gold’s Gym........................................... 29 87 HollyFrontier........................................ 16 Entertainment 57 Napoli’s Italian Restaurant.................. 14 31 Laramie County Shooting 27 Cheyenne Events................................. 71 60 The Office Bar & Grill............................ 29 Sports Complex............................... 38 28 Cheyenne Frontier Days ™..................... 3 58 Peppermill Bar and Grill...................... 27 85 The Lock Shop..................................... 61 29 Cheyenne Recreation Division............ 35 59 Pine Bluffs Distilling............................. 30 60 Pershing Plaza..................................... 29 30 Grandma’s Pickle Parlor...................... 56 60 Rail Yard Coffee Haus & Eatery............ 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Retail 31 Laramie County Shooting Sports 86 Triple J Pumping.................................. 62 Complex............................................... 38 61 Boot Barn............................................... 2 82 Visit Cheyenne, The Convention 32 WyoLotto.............................................. 39 62 Borderline Power Sports..................... 31 & Visitors Bureau............................. 49 33 Wyoming Downs.................................. 57 63 Brown’s Shoe Fit Co............................... 4 60 Wyoming Financial Insurance............. 29


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