P.O. BOX 632   |   708 Meckem Street    DUBOIS, WY 82513

(307) 455-2556   |   Email: duboischamber@gmail.com

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LIBRARIES & MUSEUMS

NATIONAL MUSUEM OF MILITARY VEHICLES

OPENING IN MAY 2020!!!

6419 US Highway 26

Dubois, WY 82513

info@nmmv.org

307-455-3846

http://nmmv.org/

DUBOIS PUBLIC LIBRARY

Location:  202 North 1st Street

Phone:  307 455 2992

 

Library Hours: 

Sunday - Monday Closed

Tuesday - Thursday 10 am - 7 pm

Friday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm

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THE DENNISON LODGE

The Dennison Ranch was originally part of the legendary Dubois Diamond cattle range stretching from Montana to Utah.  In 1919, a young New Jersey magnate, Richard V. Dennison followed his heart to Wyoming, bought and developed the 60,000 acre Bear Creek spread high up in the East Fork Valley of the Absaroka Mountain Range.  He created a wilderness showplace for himself and friends such as Clark Gable and Carole Lombard.  The Lodge was moved to its present location in 1995 and donated by the owners at that time to the Town of Dubois.  It was restored by private donations and opened to the public as a western history showcase and now serves as a vibrant gathering place for both private and public functions, including lectures, art performances, weddings, receptions, funeral services and other events.

DUBIOS MUSEUM

Originally sponsored by the local Lion's Club and dedicated by the "Old Timers" of the area on July 4, 1976, this project was aided with a Bi-Centennial grant.  The displays are unique to the Dubois region and feature a large collection of Tie hack tools and photographs; a diorama and history of the Sheep Eater Indians, who lived in the area; full mounts of bighorn sheep family in their natural setting and many other interesting items.
         

HEADWATERS ARTS & CONFERENCE CENTER

Built in 1995, the 17,000 sq. ft facility is for the use of the Dubois community and to encourage conventions, seminars and symposiums to come to Dubois.  With one large conference room (48'x100') built to divide into three meeting rooms which will hold 30 to 100 people each or accommodate 350-600 when left open.  The building is also home of the Wind River Valley Artists' Guild Art Gallery with a permanent art collection of over 60 original works of art.
           

NATIONAL BIGHORN SHEEP INTERPRETIVE CENTER

An educational and enjoyable experience for everyone, the center is a joint effort of the Wyoming Game and Fish, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Lander Management, Town of Dubois and numerous organizations and individuals.  The purpose of the center is to provide a learning experience about the successful wildlife and habitat management techniques used at Whisky Mountain; to highlight the biology and history of bighorn sheep; and to show how people working together can manage a place for wildlife in today's world.

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LANDER ART CENTER

The Lander Art Center (LAC) is a nonprofit art organization located on Main Street in Lander, Wyoming. The LAC is a community-based organization working to foster a vibrant arts community in our county. They provide a wide variety of cultural and artistic opportunities to our rural residents through art exhibitions, events and education opportunities. The gallery space showcases art exhibitions of local, regional and national artists changing every six to seven weeks.

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