Second Year Japanese II is offered from p. Community members interested in auditing or enrolling can call to register. Nite rodeo fans also will recognize Oklahoma bullfighter Justin Josey, who is back for his second season. He will be. A variety of clowns will rotate through the three months.
Tate is hoping the rain will stay away as the season nears. Call Today Call Today Sheridan Ave. Closed Sunday. The hardest part will be deciding where to eat first! At the Silver Dollar Bar you can enjoy fine entertainment and grab some great food. Daily specials offer great food at great prices. Enjoy live music on the patio p. Great place for a family occasion or that intimate couple dining. Winter Hours, 7 days a week, p.
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. The legendary Proud Cut Saloon has been a staple in the heart of Cody for more than 20 years. Open 7 days a week! Reservations appreciated. Join us Sunday through Monday a. We serve everything from traditional huevos rancheros to hearty favorites like biscuits and gravy.
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: p. Reservations recommended. In the 10 seasons prior, it had only been cancelled twice.
One event not taking place. The nightly rodeo runs through Aug. Gates open at 7 p. They are available at the downtown ticket office on 12th St. How to celebrate dads, grads on a budget There are always several reasons to celebrate the start of summer. Here are some helpful tips from the discount experts at Dollar General to celebrate these special occasions easily and affordably. Consider gifting Dad new grilling accessories so he can show off his skills or throwing an outdoor party for your new graduate. Summer is the best time for friends, family and neighbors to get together to.
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Waltman will show the wild mustangs in their natural setting as well as the domestic horse doing jobs such as rodeo, jumping and polo. Her work has appeared in shows across the country including the Churchill Downs Museum, home of the Kentucky Derby. Meet Waltman on Saturday, June 6, p. The reception is free and refreshments will be served.
For more information, call the Arts Guild in Red Lodge, The theme this week is: quality connections.
You know what you need to do, but how do you stay motivated? You like to leave things better than they were when you found them, though this is not always possible, especially in matters of love — an inherently messy game. Why do the prettiest flowers bloom for the shortest period of time? The best is yet to come. LEO July Aug. What could you do that might lead to more such comments?
This is the direction you should go this week. Most people are comfortable with predictable patterns they can repeat on a regular basis.
You have an extensive family of friends. Some you choose; some choose you. You would love to restructure your days, but you feel caught in the current routine. Talk it over, map it out, try to see it from a different angle.
Your attempts to resolve a dispute through reasonable discussion will be brilliantly effective. You could even be asked to mediate for others. Uptimes and downtimes are both part of the cycle. Emotional wounds are like physical wounds. They need to be opened and cleansed with fresh water and air. People advise you to confront your fears — and yet it often happens that years of living will mature you quite naturally until your fears, confronted or not, become nonissues.
The more you own the more you have to maintain. It will come up again later this week, presenting you with a chance to stick up for you and yours.
Stress and anxiety come with physical side effects that often do not accurately represent the level of danger present. Minimize where you can. Your comfort zone expands because of all the time you spend outside of it.
Today is one of them. First of all, one of my favorite things about the smart phone is that I can talk to it and record ideas I have when I have them. Rain, rain go away, come again another day use the Note feature on my phone a lot, especially when I am driving for my day job. Funny what interesting ideas the wide-open spaces on Wyoming roadways can elicit.
Obviously my daily life provides plenty of fodder and dictates the temper I write through and the subjects I choose. You might laugh to know — I am actually a pretty private person even if I do air much-ado-aboutnothing on a regular basis. It is still nice to maintain a little anonymity in all of this, if at all possible.
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