Recently, Laramie Main Street, which hosts BrewFest, announced that they were looking for several board members to join their team.
Main Street's non-profit Board of Directors identifies and mobilizes resources, builds volunteer support, develops new leadership, and maintains a clear focus on the district's needs and opportunities...
Amid reports that some downtown Casper business owners are frustrated with the construction that has currently closed down part of 2nd street, from David street to Durbin street, the City of Casper has responded to some of the criticism and has tried to put business owners a little bit more at ease.
As of July 1st, 2021, Visit Cheyenne and the Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority are merging their organization in hopes of growing enhancing the downtown Cheyenne experience. A Memorandum of Understanding for the merge of the two organizations was approved by the Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority and the Laramie County Tourism Promotion Joint Powers Board, also known as 'Visit Cheyenne'.
Cheyenne has a solid selection of local restaurants in general, but where do you go when you want a night out on the town at the bars and also some good 'bar food'? The publication 'Eat This, Not That' has picked out exactly where to go for that in each state. And in Wyoming, that spot is located right in the heart of downtown Cheyenne.
The new Gathering Bakery II has officially opened in downtown Cheyenne! Deb Suratt has opened the new spot inside the Boyd Building at the southwest corner of Carey Avenue and West 18th Street and the new bakery in the heart of downtown is already getting great reviews after its first day.