Fort Caspar Museum

Interactive One-Cent Meeting Scheduled for Wednesday
The city of Casper will hold an interactive public forum next week regarding the renewal of the city’s optional one-cent sales tax. Assistant to the city manager Fleur Tremel says live polling will be used at the meeting to gauge how residents want future one-cent funds to be spent if voters …
Council Approves Funding For New Native American Statue
Casper residents and visitors may soon notice a new Native American-themed statue near Fort Caspar Museum. Casper City Council will allocate roughly $68,000 from the city’s optional one-cent ’13 fund toward the design and construction of the $250,000 statue. Casper mayor Kenyne Schlage…
Fort Caspar By Candlelight, Returns For Holidays
A candle light event at the Fort Caspar Museum returns for a second season on November 30th and December 1st. It’s a 19th century frontier-life-by-candlelight experience. Museum Manager Rick Young, says its a chance to kick off the holidays with a step back in time. It happens 5:30 to 8:30 ea…
Fort Casper Displays Photos From Reservation
Fort Caspar Museum announces a new exhibit for summer:  Arapaho Journeys: Photographs from the Wind River Reservation.  It will be on view through August 5, 2012.  The exhibit contains the photographs of Sara Wiles, who has worked for almost forty years on the Wind River Indian Reserv…
Fort Caspar Named Blue Star Museum For Third Year In A Row
For the third year in a row, Fort Caspar Museum is a “Blue Star Museum” from Memorial Day, May 28th, to Labor Day, September 3, 2012. During this time, Fort Caspar Museum offers free admission to active duty military and their immediate family members (military ID holder and five immed…

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