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Mark Your Calendar for a Movie on the Green

Bring your whole crew and gather with friends for the first Movie on the Green night, happening June 26 at 7 p.m. on the Village Green.

Wyoming Restaurants Celebrate Summer by Hosting a Neighborhood Block Party

The newly formed Wyoming Independent Restaurant Association is hosting their first big event, a Neighborhood Block Party with live music all over town, on June 12 from 2 to 10 p.m.

Wyoming Family Aquatic Center is Now Open for Members

The Wyoming Family Aquatic Center is now open to members only. Memberships may be purchased inside the Wyoming Recreation Center.

Live on the Green Summer Concert Series Returns

Live on the Green, Wyoming’s free summer concert series, kicks off its Summer 2021 run on Wednesday, June 9 from 7 to 9pm at the Village Green on Wyoming Avenue. 

Wyoming Blooms Garden Tour Showcases Eclectic Gardens of Wyoming

Visitors toured nine gardens around the city May 23rd in the Wyoming Blooms Garden Tour arranged by the Urban Forestry & Beautification Commission. 

Art Show at Fine Arts Center Celebrates Pride, Loving Wyoming

The Wyoming Fine Arts Center presents a Pride Art Show June 11 and 12 as the capstone of the Loving Wyoming project and programming celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community.

New Front Patio Adds More Outdoor Options to Wyoming Civic Center

The Wyoming Civic Center now includes a welcoming 798-square foot patio at the front of the building, equipped with tables and seating, umbrellas, a seat wall and patio heaters for cooler weather.

Enjoy Bourbon, Blues and BBQ This Saturday on the Village Green

Wyoming’s popular Bourbon, Blues + BBQ is Saturday, June 5, from 6-10 p.m., and new this year, the event will be held on the Village Green.

Daisy Jane’s Flower Truck Adds Brick and Mortar Location

If you’ve ever seen Daisy Jane’s Flower Truck, it probably made you smile.

Wyoming High School Students Install Rain Gutters, Barrels at Community Gardens

Two Wyoming High School students installed rain gutters and rain barrels at the Wyoming Community Gardens as part of a state contest they entered through the school’s AP Environmental class.