Events Calendar

We always have something fun to look forward to in Dubois. In the summer months, especially, the town bustles with activity.

Check out the art shows, the Tuesday evening square dance, and the Friday night rodeo.

People who have come here for many years plan their visit around the Buffalo Barbecue,the Opp Shop Silent Auction, Frontier Fest or our delightful small-town Independence Day. But leave time to explore our magnificent surroundings!

Apr
2
Thu
2020
Dubois Farmers Market @ Nostalgia Bistro
Apr 2 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Dubois Farmers Market @ Nostalgia Bistro

Come join us for fellowship and help yourself to:
* Squash and winter vegetables.
* Fresh breads from three bakers: (one grinds her own wheat) cheese green chili, whole wheat, cherry chocolate, nan,
flax, rye, sourdough and more.
* Baked goods of all sorts: home made pies, crisps, Twinkies, cookies, crumbles, pickles and salad dressings.
* Jams and jellies: choke cherry, pear, mincemeat and blueberry rhubarb.
* Plus wonderful apple cider, holiday edibles, treats and lovely woolen crafts.
* Enjoy raw milk from “Heidi the cow” in Pavilion as well as fresh eggs, cream, yogurt, cheese, beef and pork. – All “made and raised locally”.
* Buy for yourself and your family as well as for refreshments at meetings or church.
* Be part of supporting local people, (6-9 vendors) their scrumptious offerings, and the Food Bank.

Apr
3
Fri
2020
Library Family Story Time @ Dubois Public Library
Apr 3 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Dubois Lego/Duplo Club for Toddler/Pre-K @ Dubois Public Library
Apr 3 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Apr
10
Fri
2020
Library Family Story Time @ Dubois Public Library
Apr 10 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Dubois Lego/Duplo Club for Toddler/Pre-K @ Dubois Public Library
Apr 10 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Apr
16
Thu
2020
Dubois Farmers Market @ Nostalgia Bistro
Apr 16 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Dubois Farmers Market @ Nostalgia Bistro

Come join us for fellowship and help yourself to:
* Squash and winter vegetables.
* Fresh breads from three bakers: (one grinds her own wheat) cheese green chili, whole wheat, cherry chocolate, nan,
flax, rye, sourdough and more.
* Baked goods of all sorts: home made pies, crisps, Twinkies, cookies, crumbles, pickles and salad dressings.
* Jams and jellies: choke cherry, pear, mincemeat and blueberry rhubarb.
* Plus wonderful apple cider, holiday edibles, treats and lovely woolen crafts.
* Enjoy raw milk from “Heidi the cow” in Pavilion as well as fresh eggs, cream, yogurt, cheese, beef and pork. – All “made and raised locally”.
* Buy for yourself and your family as well as for refreshments at meetings or church.
* Be part of supporting local people, (6-9 vendors) their scrumptious offerings, and the Food Bank.

Apr
17
Fri
2020
Library Family Story Time @ Dubois Public Library
Apr 17 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Dubois Lego/Duplo Club for Toddler/Pre-K @ Dubois Public Library
Apr 17 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Apr
21
Tue
2020
“Petroglyphs of Dinwoody and Torrey Valleys” WRVC Adventure Trek @ Dubois Museum
Apr 21 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
“Petroglyphs of Dinwoody and Torrey Valleys” WRVC Adventure Trek @ Dubois Museum

“Petroglyphs of Dinwoody and Torrey Valleys” April 21 9-4pm 

The Dubois Museum and the Eastern Shoshone Tribal Historic Preservation Office staff will host this Wind River Visitors Council Adventure Trek.

Petroglyphs are sacred images pecked into stone by past peoples living in the Wind River Valley. Our belief is by educating the public we will help preserve these unreplaceable images and help visitors find a deeper appreciation for petroglyphs.  Come and experiencing this special day with us.

Fee $10.00 per person. Advanced registration required, no exceptions!

Apr
23
Thu
2020
“Ester Hobart Morris” by Kathryn Swim Cummings @ Dubois Museum
Apr 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
“Ester Hobart Morris” by Kathryn Swim Cummings @ Dubois Museum

“Ester Hobart Morris” by Kathryn Swim Cummings April 23, 7pm 

Join the Pioneer Museum for a Wyoming Community Speakers Series program by Kathryn Swim Cummings, author of “Ester Hobart Morris: The Unembellished Story of America’s First Female Judge”.

The program will focus on her life at South Pass City and her impact on Women’s Suffrage.

This program is free and open to the public.