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Laramie Kennel Club Dog Show: 8 a.m., Albany County Fairgrounds. Parking $5, admission free.

Laramie Connections free Meet and Eat dinner and faith gathering: 4:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 1517 E. Canby St.

Memorial Day observances: 8 am Flag raising, invocation, national anthem rifle salute and the playing of taps at Harmony Gardens on Highway 230; 8:30 am Naval remembrance wreath memorial, rifle salute and taps at Laramie River Bridge on West Garfield Street; 9 am: Veterans Flag Pole Memorial at the Albany County Courthouse, includes flag raising, invocation, rifle salute and taps; 10 am Memorial Day ceremony at the Grand Army of the Republic Monument at Green Hill Cemetery. Observances include a flag raising, national anthem, invocation, reading of “Logan’s General Order #11,” Memorial Day address, roll call of departed comrades, reading of “In Flanders Field,” placing of the memorial wreath, rifle salute and taps.

WHAT’S CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY: Albany County and city of Laramie offices are closed; the landfill is closed; trash and recycling collection that normally happens on Monday will be done Tuesday; post office, closed; most banks, closed; most retail and grocery stores, open; public schools, closed.

Laramie Kennel Club Dog Show: 8 a.m., Albany County Fairgrounds. Parking $5, admission free.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets: Daily at various times in person or on Zoom. For more information, call 307-399-0590 or visit area76aawyoming.org or aa.org.

Survivors of Suicide Support Group: Meets from 5:30-6:45 pm at Hospice of Laramie House, 1754 Centennial Drive.

Prayers & Squares Quilting Group meets: 9 am, Room 1 of Hunter Hall at St. Matthews Cathedral.

Ivinson’s women’s health team hosts prenatal education: 5:30 pm in the Summit conference room. For more information and registration, visit ivinsonhospital.org/childbirth.

Caregivers for loved ones with Alzheimer’s/dementia: 3 pm, meet for coffee, pie, understanding and comradeship at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, 204 S. 30th St. For more information, call 307-745-6451.

Fried Shrimp Dinner fundraiser: 5:30-7:30 pm, Laramie Elks Lodge 582, 103 S. 2nd St. Cost is $16 for members and their guests. Seating is limited, so call for a reservation, 307-742-2024.

UW Planetarium presents “Solar System Vacation”: 8 p.m., UW Planetarium. Pack your bags, and don’t forget the sunscreen, hat, glasses and a spacesuit as you’ll tour the most exciting and relaxing locations around the solar system.

Rooted in Laramie annual tree planting: All day, around Laramie. To volunteer, visit rootedinlaramie.org or call 307-742-6076.

Laramie Garden Club 52nd annual Plant Sale: 8 a.m., Albany County Fairgrounds.

High Plains Harriers present the Pilot Hill 25K: 8 am, east end of Willette Drive. The “oldest continuously run footrace in Wyoming” raises money for Pilot Hill Inc. to help protect the Casper Aquifer, preserve wildlife habitat and enhance quality of life for residents and visitors. Register at tinyurl.com/pilothill25k.

Grand opening of Laramie Food Pantry addition: 2-4 pm, Laramie Interfaith Pantry, 712 Canby St.

UW Planetarium presents “From Earth to the Universe”: 2 p.m., UW Planetarium. The night sky has been the subject of campfire stories, ancient myths and awe for as long as there have been people. Learn about our journey of celestial discovery.

UW Planetarium presents “Wyoming Skies”: 8 p.m., UW Planetarium. What’s up in the sky around Wyoming?

Laramie Clean Up Days with Albany County Clean Water Advocates: 9 am, meet in the parking lot of Snowy Range Vision Center to remove trash from Spring Creek channel. After the cleanup will be a picnic at LaPrele Park.

Walk with a Doc: 1:30-2:30 pm at the Washington Park west shelter No. 3. Bring walking shoes and a friend. For more information, email questions@ivinsonhospital.org.

Unexpected Company Senior Theater presents “Three Doors to Death … or the Choice is Yours”: 3 p.m., Alice Hardie Stevens Event Center. Tickets $12 can be bought at the Epson Center for Seniors or Laramie Plains Museum Carriage Gift Shop.

Laramie Connections free Meet and Eat dinner and faith gathering: 4:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 1517 E. Canby St.

Planting event: 10 a.m., Epson Center for Seniors.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets: Daily at various times in person or on Zoom. For more information, call 307-399-0590 or visit area76aawyoming.org or aa.org.

Survivors of Suicide Support Group: Meets from 5:30-6:45 pm at Hospice of Laramie House, 1754 Centennial Drive.

Prayers & Squares Quilting Group meets: 9 am, Room 1 of Hunter Hall at St. Matthews Cathedral.

Ivinson’s women’s health team hosts prenatal education: 5:30 pm in the Summit conference room. For more information and registration, visit ivinsonhospital.org/childbirth.

Caregivers for loved ones with Alzheimer’s/dementia: 3 pm, meet for coffee, pie, understanding and comradeship at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, 204 S. 30th St. For more information, call 307-745-6451.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 7:30 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

Veterans assistance outreach: 9 am to 2 pm, Laramie Readiness Center, 4750 Highway 130.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 7:30 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

UW Planetarium presents “Frozen Worlds”: 8 p.m., UW Planetarium. The poles of Earth may contain frozen water, but it’s hardly the only place. Further from the Sun it gets chillier still with carbon dioxide, methane, oxygen and nitrogen freezing as we get to Mars, the moons of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, and finally the minor planet Pluto.

UW Planetarium presents “The Sun, Our Living Star”: 2 p.m., UW Planetarium. The Sun has shone on our world for 4.5 billion years. Its light has been felt by every person who has ever lived. Learn more about the most important star in our lives.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 2 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

UW Planetarium presents “Liquid Sky Women Who Rock”: 8 p.m., UW Planetarium. Enjoy a custom playlist of music from artists such as Cyndi Lauper, The Cranberries, Florence and the Machine, Mitski and Japanese Breakfast.

Laramie Connections free Meet and Eat dinner and faith gathering: 4:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 1517 E. Canby St.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 7:30 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets: Daily at various times in person or on Zoom. For more information, call 307-399-0590 or visit area76aawyoming.org or aa.org.

Survivors of Suicide Support Group: Meets from 5:30-6:45 pm at Hospice of Laramie House, 1754 Centennial Drive.

Prayers & Squares Quilting Group meets: 9 am, Room 1 of Hunter Hall at St. Matthews Cathedral.

Albany County Republican Party meets: 6 p.m., Albany County Public Library.

Veterans assistance outreach: 9 am to 2 pm, Laramie Readiness Center, 4750 Highway 130.

Ivinson’s women’s health team hosts prenatal education: 5:30 pm in the Summit conference room. For more information and registration, visit ivinsonhospital.org/childbirth.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 7:30 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

Caregivers for loved ones with Alzheimer’s/dementia: 3 pm, meet for coffee, pie, understanding and comradeship at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, 204 S. 30th St. For more information, call 307-745-6451.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 7:30 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 7:30 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

UW Planetarium presents “Great American Eclipse of 2017”: 8 p.m., UW Planetarium. Relive and celebrate the eclipse of 2017 that passed over Wyoming. Share full-dome images of the eclipse captured from the ground and air, and explore the science of eclipses.

UW Planetarium presents “Two Small Pieces of Glass The Amazing Telescope”: 2 p.m., UW Planetarium. Follow two students as they interact with a female astronomer at a local star party.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 2 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

UW Planetarium presents “Wyoming Skies”: 8 p.m., UW Planetarium. What’s up in the sky around Wyoming?

Walk with a Doc: 1:30-2:30 pm at the Washington Park west shelter No. 3. Bring walking shoes and a friend. For more information, email questions@ivinsonhospital.org.

Snowy Range Summer Theater presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”: 2 pm, Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, call 307-766-6666 or visit wyo.edu/finearts.

Laramie Connections free Meet and Eat dinner and faith gathering: 4:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 1517 E. Canby St.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets: Daily at various times in person or on Zoom. For more information, call 307-399-0590 or visit area76aawyoming.org or aa.org.

Survivors of Suicide Support Group: Meets from 5:30-6:45 pm at Hospice of Laramie House, 1754 Centennial Drive.

Prayers & Squares Quilting Group meets: 9 am, Room 1 of Hunter Hall at St. Matthews Cathedral.

Caregivers for loved ones with Alzheimer’s/dementia: 3 pm, meet for coffee, pie, understanding and comradeship at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, 204 S. 30th St. For more information, call 307-745-6451.

UW Planetarium presents “Black Holes”: 8 p.m., UW Planetarium. Are these nature’s mistake or portals to the unknown? Physics can let s speculate about the nature of these bizarre structures.

UW Planetarium Presents “The Dark Matter Mystery, Exploring a Cosmic Secret”: 2 p.m., UW Planetarium. What keeps galaxies together? What are the building blocks of the universe? What makes the universe look the way it looks today? Researchers around the globe try to answer these questions.

UW Planetarium presents “Liquid Sky Electronica”: 8 p.m., UW Planetarium. Enjoy a custom playlist of music from today’s top artists as the 4K resolution planetarium sky melts and becomes a canvas of color, patterns and movement.

Laramie Connections free Meet and Eat dinner and faith gathering: 4:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 1517 E. Canby St.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets: Daily at various times in person or on Zoom. For more information, call 307-399-0590 or visit area76aawyoming.org or aa.org.

Survivors of Suicide Support Group: Meets from 5:30-6:45 pm at Hospice of Laramie House, 1754 Centennial Drive.

America Sewing Guild Laramie Chapter meets: 7 pm, United Methodist Church, 1215 E. Gibbon St. Please enter through the lower east door off the parking lot.

Prayers & Squares Quilting Group meets: 9 am, Room 1 of Hunter Hall at St. Matthews Cathedral.

Laramie Municipal Band season-opening concert: 7:30 pm, Washington Park at the Edgar J. Lewis Bandshell at the corner of 18th and Sheridan streets. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a family friendly performance. All Municipal Band concerts are free.

Caregivers for loved ones with Alzheimer’s/dementia: 3 pm, meet for coffee, pie, understanding and comradeship at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, 204 S. 30th St. For more information, call 307-745-6451.

Walk with a Doc: 1:30-2:30 pm at the Washington Park west shelter No. 3. Bring walking shoes and a friend. For more information, email questions@ivinsonhospital.org.

Laramie Connections free Meet and Eat dinner and faith gathering: 4:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 1517 E. Canby St.

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