The Cheyenne Winter Farmers’ Market is held inside the cozy lobby of the Historic Cheyenne Depot Museum in downtown Cheyenne, promoting Wyoming and regional farm products. The market is a growers and producers market (no middlemen). Besides produce you will find breads, crafts, jams, meats, eggs, honey, fresh mushrooms, baked goods, live music and more! (more…)
Free & Open to the Public. Questions? Ask Roberta 307-286-0759
Meeting Dates: All meetings are on the fourth Thursday and begin at 6:30 p.m
Prairie Garden Club Schedule
Free to attend and participate. All meetings are on the 4th Thursday at 6:30 pm (unless otherwise noted. For more information please contact Roberta Bolton.
March 2, 2017 (rescheduled) – Growing Roses in Cheyenne – Sunflower Room at the Library
March 23, 2017 – Gardening with Chickens – Sunflower Room at the Library
April 27, 2017 – Habitat Heros – Sunflower Room at the Library
May 25, 2017 – Plant Your Own Pot – Gardening with Altitude (1101 Logan Ave)
June 22, 2017 – Garden Party
* Cheyenne Bonsai Society
Meets on the Second Saturday of each month 9 am at the Paul Smith Children’s Village. Free. Open to the public, open to beginners. For more info contact Bob.
When: May 2-4, 2014,
Where: Frontier Park Exhibit Hall, Cheyenne,WY
Click link for show brochure.
Click link show exhibitor space contract
For more information call: 970-218-5645
Free Admission Over 90 exhibitors
Thanks to all who supported the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens last year in our successful bid to renovate and expand the Greenhouse.
Special thanks to those of you who showed your support by tying green ribbons on your trees. Now, for the sake of the tree’s health, if you still have any ribbons up, we ask you to please remove all ribbons. This will prevent the ribbons from constricting growth or providing habitat for harmful bugs that may hide underneath.
The Seed and Weed Garden Club meets on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 1:00 PM in the Cheyenne Botanic Garden Gathering Room unless otherwise noted. (more…)
View and learn about the stars at the Botanic Gardens gathering room. Meetings are open to the public and begin at 7:00 PM on Fridays, unless otherwise noted.
Star viewing occurs after each meeting when the skies are clear. Visit their web site here.
About the organization:
The Cheyenne Astronomical Society (CAS) was formed in December of 1986. The CAS is for people interested in astronomy who want to share their experiences and increase their knowledge about astronomy. Members are not required to own any equipment or to have any knowledge of astronomy. Your basic curiosity about astronomy is all you need. We generally hold a monthly gathering at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, but during construction we will be meeting at the Primrose Retirement Community. Telescope viewing is also provided if the weather permits. Observing sessions for special occasions, such as meteor showers, comets or eclipses are also planned when the opportunity arises.
The Laramie County Master Gardeners are holding a Fall bulb sale featuring hardy perennial spring bulbs. All bulbs being sold are known to thrive and multiply in Cheyenne!
Drop by and get a bulb order form at the Laramie County Cooperative Extension Office at 310 West 19th Street, Suite 100, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a fillable pdf version of the bulb order form.
Orders must be in by September 27th!
Cheyenne has two Weekly Farmers’ Markets:
Tuesdays: 3:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Where: Depot Plaza in downtown Cheyenne.
The Cheyenne City Compost Yard Waste Program will restart on Monday, April2, 2012, and run through Mid-November 2012.The program costs $6.00 per month. It is illegal to deposit organic yard waste in your regular trash container.
The billing, for those who kept their containers through the winter months, will begin on April 1, 2012. Pick up days stay the same as the previous year.
Two extra bags of compost may be set beside the compost container during the month of April only.
Questions? Call the Sanitation Department at 307-637-6440.
Want to learn how to compost your own yard waste? See our Compost Handout