Public Programs

It takes YOUR story to tell the WHOLE story. Join the Wyoming State Museum along with more than a dozen local and statewide organizations for a summertime celebration of who we are as a nation, how we got here, and where we want to go next. On the main stage you’ll jam out to live music, laugh through an exuberant debate, and hear the stories of historic Wyomingites who inspire one young historian to be an active civic participant in our state. Enjoy treats from local vendors, crafts, a photo booth, and activities to help you discover how your story gives you the power to shape the future. It’s about gathering friends, having some fun, and amplifying our stories, voices, and actions to create a Wyoming we’re all proud of. 



  • Main Stage

    • City Creek Band, 3:00 - 3:55 pm

    • Kylie the Historian, 3:55 - 4:15 pm

    • Sara Burlingame of Wyoming Equality v. Tyler Lindholm of Americans for Prosperity, 4:20 - 4:45 pm

    • Galactic Lemonz, 5:00 - 6:00 pm

  • Partners

    • Braver Angels

    • Wyoming Equality

    • Cheyenne League of Women Voters

    • Laramie County Library

    • Wyoming Humanities

    • Wyoming Historical Society

    • Lions Club

    • Kiwanis Cheyenne

    • Rotary Club

    • Wyoming ACLU

    • Junior Leadership of Laramie County Steering Committee

    • Cheyenne Daughters of the American Revolution

    • Wyoming Congressional Award Council

    • ENGAGE Wyoming

  • Food

    • Sprosty’s Frostys



Thank you to Wyoming Humanities for supporting this event! 



You might know that Wyoming is The Equality State, but do you know the history behind it?  In 1869 Wyoming made history as the first U.S. territory to give women the right to vote. Fifty-one years later, the nation followed Wyoming’s lead.


Join us for a late night exploration of history with Kylie McCormick, an emerging historian who loves snooping into the past to uncover meaningful stories. Kylie was born and raised in Casper and graduated with a masters degree in History from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2016. You'll grab some pizza and she'll tell you Wyoming’s suffrage story.




Thank you to Wyoming Humanities for sponsoring this event, and Pizza to the Polls for providing and coordinating pizza!




If you have any questions, please reach out to the Museum’s Curator of Community Engagement:


Melisa McChesney

Curator of Community Engagement

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