Enjoying Laramie in Summer

Even though the summer in Laramie started off a little colder and whiter than usual, there are lots of exciting things to do in our cozy town when the temperature rises.
First off, every Wednesday beginning May 21, the UW Union will host an outdoor concert at noon. You can enjoy the nice weather and listen to music while eating lunch.
Also, don’t forget about the Laramie Jubilee Days July 5 through July 13. There will be several rodeo events and bull riding. Jubilee Days also hosts a carnival, downtown street dancing, a parade, and farmers’ market.
And just 20 miles southeast of Laramie, Vedauwoo is world renowned for its biking, hiking, camping, and climbing. If you haven’t visited in the past, this summer is the perfect time to go to appreciate the majesty of the rocks.
So, you can stay inside if the summer gets frosty again, but there is no excuse to not get out and enjoy all the festivities that Laramie hosts.

– Jordan Jungck
Bison Run ALA

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