Laramie Jubilee Days Celebrate the Western Lifestyle
By Grit Staff | Jun 10, 2014
Now a weeklong tradition, Laramie Jubilee Days began July 10, 1940, the day Wyoming became a state. Every year the people of Wyoming come together for a week’s worth of festivities.
Check out the rodeos, parades and even a golf tournament, along with plenty of good food and live music to accompany this annual tradition. If you’re a Wyoming resident, or just love the Western lifestyle, you can find the event at Laramie Jubilee Days.
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