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Special Date Night for Dads and Their Daughters at the Daddy...

Dads, uncles, grandfathers, caregivers and their daughters enjoyed a spectacular evening filled with non-stop dancing, pizza, and keepsake photos at the annual Daddy Daughter Dance at the Civic Center

Wyoming Hosts Kick-Off Event to Share Plans for Village Green and...

City leaders unfolded plans for the new Village Green Pavilion on January 29, 2020, in a special presentation at the Wyoming Civic Center hosted by the Wyoming Recreation Foundation.

Civic Center Offers Warm Respite from the Cold with Bourbon, BBQ...

Barrel-aged bourbon, sultry blues, and delicious barbecue warmed friends and neighbors at the 2nd Annual Bourbon, BBQ + Blues on Saturday, January 25th at the Civic Center.

Recreation and Entertainment Changes Coming to Wyoming

The Wyoming Recreation Foundation kicks off the Village Green project, a plan to re-design the Village Green to include a new performance pavilion to accommodate changing trends in community events

Wyoming Kicks Off the Holiday Season in Style

Wyoming celebrated another holiday season in spectacular style with the Holiday Celebration, timed to coincide with the Junior Women's Club Light Up Wyoming event

Double the Dinner and Dancing at the Son-Sational Evening

Due to its popularity, the Son-Sational Evening expanded to two nights this year at the Civic Center.

Fun to Spare on Friday Night

Families found lots to do at the February Friday Fun Night at the Civic Center.

Food and Music From Around the World Filled the Civic Center...

Wyoming’s Civic Center became a hub of global dining and entertainment last week as performers and food vendors representing a variety of cultures and...

Party-Goers Toast New Era at Civic Center

Wyoming celebrated the new look and new vibe at the Civic Center, with help from the latest innovation - a liquor license. 

Plaque Dedicated to Honor the Birthplace of Wyoming

On a spring day 157 years ago, Robert Reily called a meeting of his neighbors to be held in his home, Twin Oaks, for the purpose of naming the village that was rapidly developing