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!
All things bears: Grizzly bear, black bear, even polar bears. Education, crafts and loads of fun for the younger ones. Learn about the Wind River Valley: 9-10am at the Dubois Museum, 10-11am at the National Bighorn Sheep Center.
The Children’s Exploration Series, sponsored by Pit Stop/Bailey Tire & Auto Care provide children with hands-on learning experiences that focus on cultural history and our natural environment. Geology, Archaeology, Native American culture, agriculture and pioneer history are the focus of the programs that children love to participate in.
Highlighting professional and amateur talent in the Dubois area. This summer we are pleased to announce that Jason Horn, Music Director at Dubois High School will lead the group in Blue Grass, Celtic songs, and other Western music. Come on down whether you play or just want to listen, and join the fun!
Trek into the gorgeous views and amazing history of the Upper Wind River Valley in East Dunoir. Between 1920 and 1927, tie hacks of the Wyoming Tie & Timber Company operated dozens of logging camps in the dense forests. See tie hack ruins and other historical artifacts.
Moderate hiking. Bring bear spray, bug spray, and lunch.
Grab your boots or dancin’ shoes and come on down to the Rustic Pine for an evening of good, rambunctious fun for the whole family! No experience required — the caller teaches all the steps. Children are especially welcome. No dress code required, just a good sense of humor! Buy soft drinks here or bring in your beer from the bar in the next room over.