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Wednesday, March 6, 2013
“BARBER OF SEVILLE,” WINE TASTING, TRAIN RIDE, HIGHLIGHTS OF TRIP

Tickets to a performance of the classic opera “The Barber of Seville,” wine tasting, and a train ride are just a few of the highlights for an upcoming Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Casper College summer excursion to Colorado July 15 through 18, 2013.

We’ll be heading down to Blackhawk, Colo. to spend three nights at the Ameristar Hotel as we check out the Central City Opera and other activities in this fun tourist spot,” said Vicki Pollock, lifelong learning specialist.

The cost of the trip, $950 for single and $775 for double, includes lodging, matinee tickets to “The Barber of Seville” at the Central City Opera, a ride on the historic Georgetown Loop Railroad, wine tasting at the Canyon Winds Wine tasting room, a special dinner at the historic Teller House, and a special breakfast and lecture about Rossini and “The Barber of Seville.”

Described as the opera comedy of all opera comedies, the story about a matchmaking barber, mistaken identities, and much adventure continues to be a popular piece as it continues to be performed on the modern opera stage.

A deposit of $50 is due on Friday, May 10, with full payment due on Monday, June 10. For more information or to register contact Pollock at 307-268-2097 or email.

 

Thursday, March 7, 2013
COLLEGE HOSTS SHOW LAMB AND PIG SALE

The Casper College Agriculture Department is hosting its 33rd Annual Lamb and Pig Sale on Saturday, April 13 at 1:30 p.m. in the Casper College Grace Werner Agriculture Pavilion. Viewing of the animals up for sale will begin at 10:30 a.m.

“This is a great chance for kids to buy a high quality pig or lamb for show purposes,” said Heath Hornecker, Casper College agriculture instructor.

According to Hornecker 60 hogs, and 35 to 40 lambs will be up for sale at the auction. “These are young animals that will be raised for 4-H and FFA projects. Folks buy these animals and then feed them to their optimal weight,” Hornecker noted.

Consignors attending the auction come from Wyoming, Colorado, and Montana. Hog consignors scheduled to attend are: Burkett Show Pigs, Black Show Pigs, and Custis Show Pigs, all from Wyoming; and Safe Haven Farms, Flatland Showpigs, and Torpedo Farms, all from Colorado.

Lamb consignors scheduled to attend are: Hornecker Club Lambs, Double D Ranch, Griffiths Club Lambs, Meyer Club Lambs, and Carlisle Club Lambs all from Wyoming; Delong/Kawcak Club Lambs from Colorado; and Crazy H Club Lambs from Montana.

The auction is used as a learning experience for the Casper College Agriculture Club members, who are responsible for the set-up and handling of the event. Proceeds from the auction will go to the club to help with general and travel expenses, and the Jeff Stafford Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded to Casper College agriculture majors.

 

Friday, March 8, 2013
BRIGADIER GENERAL KATHY WRIGHT TO SPEAK AT COLLEGE

Wyoming’s first woman to command the Wyoming Army National Guard will give a presentation on “Women in the Military” on Thursday, March 21 at 7 p.m. at Casper College.

Commander of the Wyoming Army National Guard and Assistant Adjutant General – Army headquartered in Cheyenne, Wyo. Wright is responsible for unit readiness, leadership, and strategic planning to support all state and federal mission requirements assigned to the Army Guard. The command includes units located throughout Wyoming with more than 1,700 soldiers. Wright began her military career in 1973, and was the sixth female to enlist with the Wyoming Army National Guard.

According to Casper College student Gina Holden, organizer, Wright will speak on the past and present experiences of women in the military as well as women in combat. A brief question and answer session will follow Wright’s presentation.

Wright’s presentation will take place in the Gateway Building, Room 225 on the Casper College campus. It is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served.

 

Friday, March 8, 2013
SHORT SESSION INCREASES CUSTOMER SERVICE

The Casper College Center for Training and Development is offering a session aimed at helping employers “learn how to increase their staff’s teamwork and communication skills,” said Ann Dalton, workforce training specialist at the college.

“Building a Culture of Customer Service Excellence” (CEU 0475 70) “is a quick and simple class that will improve your team’s outlook on providing positive customer service by creating a fun an defective workplace culture,” said Dalton. The class, which is worth .3 continuing education units, will also include telephone customer service.

“Building a Culture of Customer Service Excellence,” will be held on Thursday, March 14 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. To register or for more information, contact Dalton at 268-2085 or email.

 

Monday, March 11, 2013
MARCH COFFEE, TEA AND DEE FEATURES SALE ON ALL SWEATSHIRTS

The public is invited to attend the March Coffee, Tea and Dee event on Wednesday, March 13 at the Tate Geological Museum at Casper College from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.

In addition to offering guests free coffee and tea by P. Hawk Coffee Roaster, courtesy of the Tate, a special sale will be held during the same time period in the gift shop. This month’s sale features all sweatshirts on sale for just $18.

“This is a great opportunity for people to come up and visit ’Dee’ the mammoth, enjoy a free cup of coffee or tea, and save on our selection of sweatshirts we have in the gift shop,” added Deanna Schaff, director of museums.

Coffee, Tea, and Dee takes place in the Tate Geological Museum and is free and open to the public. The next Coffee, Tea and Dee will be held on April 17 and will feature a sale on kites.

 

Monday, March 11, 2013
MARCH “WINDS CONCERT” FEATURES THREE GROUPS

The Casper College Concert Band and the Casper College Brass Ensemble, both under the direction of Douglas Bull, and the Casper College Flute Ensemble, under the direction of Delores Thornton, will be in concert on Saturday, March 23 at 3 p.m. in Durham Recital Hall located in the Aley Fine Arts Center.

The Seventh Annual March Winds Concert will feature the concert band performing “Travelin’ Hat Rag,” “Summer Dances” by Brian Balmages, and Chapelle’s “Burlesque” and other pieces. “The program is delightful, energetic, and full of fine music for your enjoyment,” said Bull, Casper College brass and band instructor.

The March Winds Concert is free and open to all.

 

Monday, March 11, 2013
COLLEGE HOLDS SUMMER LIVESTOCK JUDGING CAMP

The Casper College Agriculture Department will hold a livestock judging camp for students aged 8 and up June 24 through 26, 2013 at Casper College.

“The judging camp will focus on livestock evaluation, with special emphasis on the presentation of oral reasons,” said Jeremy Burkett, Casper College livestock judging coach and camp coach. Example classes to be evaluated include market and breeding sheep, swine, cattle, and goats.

The cost for the camp is $190 for students and $125 for advisors and includes lodging in the college’s new Residence Hall, meals, judging manual, judging contest, awards, and an official camp T-shirt.

Four learning divisions, novice intermediate, advanced, and adult, will be offered at the camp. “We welcome a parent, guardian, or advisor to accompany younger participants to insure their comfort at camp,” Burkett said.

According to Burkett, the final day of judging camp will be a mock judging contest, which will be comprised of six placing classes and three sets of reasons. “This will all our competitors to put their knowledge and skills to the ultimate test,” said Burkett.

In addition to Burkett, educators, industry leaders, and Casper College Livestock Judging Team members will act as camp coordinators.

For more information or to register, contact Burkett at 307-268-2417, toll free at 1-800-442-2963, or email. Registration is also available online at caspercollege.edu/agriculture/camp.

 

Monday, March 11, 2013
INFECTIOUS DISEASE TRAINING OFFERED AT CASPER COLLEGE

The Casper College Addictionology Program is co-sponsoring training on infectious diseases worth six hours of continuing education units for both addiction and mental health professionals on April 6 and 20.

According to Diana Quealy-Berge, Casper College Addictionology Program director, the class will cover such infectious diseases as HIV/AIDS; hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E; tuberculosis; and sexually transmitted diseases.

“This is specifically designed for those professionals who are planning to apply to the state of Wyoming for a licensed addictions therapist (LAT), certified addictions practitioner assistant (CAPA) or a certified addictions practioner (CAP) license,” said Quealy-Berge.

The training will be held each Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Casper-Natrona County Health Department. To register or for more information contact Quealy-Berge at 307-268-2590, toll free at 1-800-442-2963 or email.

 

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
NEC 16-HOUR CODE UPDATE OFFERED AT CASPER COLLEGE

The National Electrical Code 16-Hour Code Update class (CEU 0201 80) will be offered at Casper College on May 4 and 5 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

The class fulfills the 16 continuing education hours required by the State of Wyoming for those needing to renew their journeyman or master’s electrical license. Those taking the class will also learn about the 2011 National Electrical Code changes and revisions.

To register, call Ann Dalton, workforce training specialist at Casper College at 268-2085 or email.

 

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
GO FROM INEXPERIENCED SPEAKER TO SKILLED PRESENTER

For anyone who is an inexperienced speaker but would like to become a skilled presenter, the Casper College Center for Training and Development is offering “Business Presentations that ‘P.L.E.A.S.E.’” (CEU 0480 80) on Friday afternoons March 22 through April 5.

Casper College Communications Instructor Jessica Hurless will teach the short session. “Anyone who wants to deliver effective and engaging presentations in businesses, organizations, schools, or the like should attend this class,” said Hurless.

According to Hurless, “The class will take an audience-centered approach and focus on organization, content development, the power of persuasion, verbal and nonverbal techniques, and usage of PowerPoint and other visual aids in presentations,” Hurless said. “In the end, participants will P.L.E.A.S.E.,” she added.

For more information or to register for the class contact Ann Dalton, workforce training specialist at 307-268-2085 or email.

 

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
IPAD CLASSES FOR BEGINNING AND INTERMEDIATE USERS OFFERED

Two classes to help those who are either brand new to using an iPad or have some experience will be offered at Casper College through the college’s Center for Training and Development.

“iPad: Beginner:” (CEU 1141 70) will be offered on Saturday, March 23 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Those attending will review a variety of iPad settings, learn to sync with iTunes and set up email.

“iPad: Intermediate” (CEU 1142 80) will be offered on Saturday, April 6 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. “Students taking this class will learn to get the most out of their Apple iPad and enhance their productivity by learning tips and tricks including using iTunes, helpful apps to get started, syncing, organizing, and personal and professional uses for the iPad,” said Karel Mathisen, instructor.

To register or for more information contact Ann Dalton, workforce training specialist at 307-268-2085 or email.

 

Thursday, March 14, 2013
LEARN MICROSOFT ACCESS IN TWO CLASSES

A two-day introductory class on Microsoft Access will be offered at Casper College on Friday, April 12 and May 3.

“Microsoft Access: Beginner” (CEU 1033 80) will instruct students on the basics of Access. “Topics covered will include set up, database fundamentals, home media databases, tables, relationships, forms, reports, action queries, data manipulations, macros, controls, user interface, and tracking,” said Ann Dalton, workforce training specialist at Casper College.

Course participants can earn 1.6 continuing education units. A suggested book for participants to bring to class, though not required, is “Access 2007 Bible.” For more information or to register, contact Dalton at 307-268-2085 or email.

 

Thursday, March 14, 2013
MICROSOFT WORD OFFERED FOR BEGINNERS

A class designed for those with little or no experience using Microsoft Word will be held at Casper College on Saturday, April 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“Microsoft Word 2007/2010: Beginner” (CEU 1101 80) will provide a hands-on introduction to computer word processing and will include how to create and edit documents, format, use spell and grammar check and the Thesaurus, create and format tables, and print documents.

“Participants should have a basic understanding of computers or consider taking ‘Introduction to Computers,’” noted Ann Dalton, workforce training specialist at Casper College.

“Microsoft Word 2007/2010” is offered through the Center for Training and Development at Casper College and is worth .8 continuing education units.

For more information or to register contact Dalton at 307-268-2085 or email.

 

Saturday, March 16, 2013
TANIS LOVERCHECK-SAUNDERS TO SPEAK AT CASPER COLLEGE FOR “DAYS OF REMEMBRANCE”

An expert on modern hate groups, Tanis Lovercheck-Saunders, Ph.D. will be the keynote speaker at the Casper College 2013 Holocaust “Days of Remembrance” commemoration ceremony on Monday, April 8 at noon on the second floor of the Gateway Building.

The theme for 2013 as designated by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is “Never Again: Heeding the Warning Signs.”

“Prior to 1933 the National Socialist Party was just another radical political group in Germany. Many people who should have known better did not take the threat posed by this group seriously. Upon coming to power the Nazis carried out their agenda of anti-Semitism. They never made a secret of their plans. Today other fringe groups here in America and elsewhere make no secret of their agenda of hate and prejudice. Here too many people who should know better are not paying attention and dismissing such groups as noisy but harmless. It is incumbent upon every person to heed the warning signs that we are shown,” said Lance Jones, event organizer and director of security at Casper College.

Lovercheck-Saunders, Casper College history instructor, “will explain how to recognize and respond to the warning signs of racism, anti-Semitism, and other forms of discrimination when they appear. In addition, she will address the phenomenon of Holocaust denial,” Jones said.

The 2013 Days of Remembrance event is free and open to all and is sponsored by the Casper College Department of History. The Gateway Building is located on the Casper College campus.

 

Saturday, March 16, 2013
CC KENYAN DINNER SET FOR APRIL 18

A Kenyan dinner, part of the Casper College Cultural Dinner Series, will be held on Thursday, April 18 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Roberts Commons Cafeteria.

The dinner will feature spinach and potato soup, black bean and corn salad, green salad, steamed vegetables, vegetable stew as both a soup and vegetarian option, curried chicken, steamed curry rice, chapattis, and coconut cream pie for dessert.

Advance tickets, available through Friday, April 12, are $9.50 each. Tickets at the door are $11 for adults and $7 for ages 7 through 12. There is no charge for children 6 and under. Because dinners often sell out, advanced ticket purchases are highly encouraged.

Tickets may be purchased at the Casper College Business Office (8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.) or the Gateway Café, (7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.). Both are located on the third floor of the Gateway Building. Tickets may also be purchased at the Roberts Commons Cafeteria during regular meal times. Cash is accepted at all locations and credit cards and checks are accepted at the cafeteria and café.

The cultural dinner series is sponsored by the Casper College Diversity Committee, and is presented by Sodexo Campus Dining with menu preparation by Chef Joy Farber.

 

Saturday, March 16, 2013
WATER DWELLERS TOPIC OF SATURDAY CLUB SET FOR APRIL 6

The topic for the April edition of Saturday Club at the Tate Geological Museum is “Water Dwellers – The Amphibians Who Left and the Reptiles Who Returned” and will be held on April 6 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

“In the advanced session, students will learn about the adaptations that allowed the first amphibians to leave the water to pursue a life on land. They will calculate the fineness ratio of various aquatic reptiles to see which were capable of sustained high-speed swimming in the open ocean.” said Russell Hawley, Tate Geological Museum educational specialist. “In addition, students will be able to build and paint their own reptile pin to wear home,” he noted.

Tate Geological Museum volunteer Kerri McDill leads the junior club. “Each month children learn about a different aspect of nature, animals, or fossils, and then have an art project related to the topic,” said Hawley.

The Saturday Club usually meets on the first Saturday of each month. Two sessions are held; one for students aged 8 and older, and the other for children aged 5 to 7. The cost for each one-hour session is $5 per child, which covers the cost of supplies and can be paid at the door.

“We want to encourage anyone who has a child, who wants to have fun learning about nature and earth science, to bring them to the Tate Geological Museum at Casper College for the Saturday Club,” Hawley said.

For more information, contact Hawley at 307-268-2447.

 

Monday, March 18, 2013
COMPUTER MAINTENANCE FOR THE BEGINNER

A class aimed at showing PC owners how to maintain their computer will be offered through the Center for Training and Development at Casper College on Saturday, April 20 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Students will not only learn how to maintain their computer, but how to change software and hardware settings, set up a manageable file structure, find lost files, defrag a hard drive, scan for errors, troubleshoot problems, and determine if they should take their computer to the repair shop or if they can fix it themselves. The class is worth .8 continuing education units.

The class will also provide instruction on what to change and what not to touch, backup and security options, and buying tips.

For more information or to register for “PC Maintenance” (CEU 1067 80) contact Ann Dalton, workforce training specialist at 307-268-2085 or email.

 

Tuesday, March 19, 2013
FINAL AFRICA TALK FOCUSES ON CENTRAL AFRICA

The final presentation in the Tate Geological Museum’s series on Africa will focus on the geology and wildlife of Tanzania, Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

The presentation, which will be given by Kent Sundell, Ph.D., will take place on Tuesday, April 9 beginning at 6:30 p.m.

“My presentation will be a tour of central Africa from the rift valley and volcanoes of Tanzania, to the deserts, rivers, and Okavango Delta of Botswana, and will include photos from eight different national parks,” said Sundell. “Geology of the rifting of Africa, Ngorongoro Crater, and Victoria Falls will highlight this tour,” he noted.

In addition to the geological aspects of his talk Sundell will also touch on the “hundreds of different species of large mammals, reptiles, and birds that were observed along the wandering path through central Africa.”

A question and answer session will follow the free presentation, which will take place in Room 123 of the Tate.

 

Tuesday, March 19, 2013
APRIL COFFEE, TEA AND DEE FEATURES SALE ON ALL KITES

The public is invited to attend the April Coffee, Tea and Dee event on Wednesday, April 17 at the Tate Geological Museum at Casper College from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.

In addition to offering guests free coffee and tea by P. Hawk Coffee Roaster, courtesy of the Tate, a special sale will be held during the same time period in the gift shop. This month’s sale features all kites on sale for just $10.

“This is a great opportunity for people to come up and save on our selection of fun and unique kites we have in the gift shop,” added Deanna Schaff, director of museums. “It’s also a chance to visit ’Dee’ the mammoth, and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea on us,” she noted.

Coffee, Tea, and Dee takes place in the Tate Geological Museum and is free and open to the public. The final Coffee, Tea and Dee will be held on May 8 and will feature a sale on hats and neck and head coolers.

 

Friday, March 22, 2013
DOUGLAS STANDOUT MAKES VERBAL COMMITMENT TO CASPER COLLEGE
Casper College women’s basketball coach Dwight Gunnare has announced that Douglas High School standout Kassidy Scott has verbally committed to play for the Thunderbirds next season.

Scott is coming off an outstanding senior season, in which she averaged 16 points and 6.8 rebounds per game. Scott and the Bearcats were defeated in the Class 3A championship game at state tournament, their only loss of the season. She is a three-time all-state and four-time all-3A East conference player. She made the state all-tournament team three times.

Gunnare says the 5-10 guard will be a great fit for the Thunderbirds. “She is extremely versatile and comes from a great program that has enjoyed a lot of success,” he says. “I love the intensity she will bring.“

The T-Bird coach says he hopes to sign four or five more players this spring.

 

Monday, March 25, 2013
ORIGINAL COMPOSITION, PLUS CLASSICS FEATURED AT RECITAL

A recital featuring the debut performance of a new composition, as well as a collection from well-known composers, will comprise the sophomore recital of Casper College music student Jayne Jacobs on Friday, March 29 at 7 p.m.

Jacobs, the student of Kathy Williams, piano instructor, will include Beethoven’s “Piano Sonata Opus 13, No. 8 ‘Pathetique’”; “Prelude and Fugue No. 5 in D major, BMV 850” by Bach; “Un Sospiro (a Sigh) from Trois etudes de concert” by Liszt; “Intermezzo Opus 118, No. 2” by Brahms; “Scherzo in B-flat minor Opus 31, No. 2 by Chopin”; and the debut of an original composition by Jacobs: “Season for String Bass and Piano, movements 2 & 3.” “Seasons” will feature Jacobs on string bass and Williams on piano. On all other pieces, Jacobs will play the piano.

The recital, which is required of those receiving a music degree from the college, is designed to showcase the talents of the individual student on their instrument of study. The recital will be held in Durham Recital Hall located in the Aley Fine Arts Center on the Casper College campus. It is free and open to the public.

 

Monday, March 25, 2013
DOG OBEDIENCE CLASS BEGINS SOON AT COLLEGE

A class aimed at creating great companion dogs is being offered at Casper College beginning Tuesday, Apr. 2.

“Dog Obedience” (CMSV 2100 80) will provide instruction on socialization, house training, mouthing, and good nutrition. It will also help train dogs to come when called and to develop good manners. The importance of veterinarian care, and many other topics will also be covered, according to instructors Jana Oler and Dawn Miller.

“Dogs of all ages are allowed in the class, however dogs less than a year old are encouraged to take Puppy Kindergarten,” said Oler. Owners are asked not to bring their dog to the first session, and will be asked to sign a general release-of-liability statement and provide proof of rabies vacation for each dog, Oler noted.

Classes will be held each Tuesday evening from 6:30 to 7:30 through May 14 at Casper College.

Registration is currently underway for "Dog Obedience" at Casper College. For more information or to register, call the college at 307-268-3399 or at caspercollege.edu/community_ed.

 

Monday, March 25, 2013
PUPPY KINDERGARTEN OFFERED AT CASPER COLLEGE

A class just for puppies is being offered through Casper College on Monday nights from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. April 1 through May 13.

“Puppy Kindergarten” (CMSV 2110 80) is specifically designed for puppies ages 6 months to 1 year and their owners.

Instruction will include socialization, house training, mouthing, good nutrition, come when called, good manners, the importance of vet care, and more, according to instructors Jana Oler and Dawn Miller.

Owners are asked not to bring their puppy to the first session, and will be asked to sign a general release-of-liability statement and provide proof of rabies vacation for each puppy, according to Oler.

For more information or to register, call the college at 307-268-3399 or go to caspercollege.edu/community_ed.

 

Monday, March 25, 2013
INFLUENTIAL DIRECTORS TOPIC OF COMMUNITY ED CLASS

The Community Education Department at Casper College will be offering a class that examines five influential film directors: Charlie Chaplin, Howard Hawks, Orson Welles, Woody Allen, and Wes Anderson.

The five-week class, which will begin on Wednesday, March 27 and run through April 24, will feature a different director each night. “We will view a film that best highlights the abilities and traits of each director, followed by a discussion on the film, the director, and the impact both had on cinema,” said Atticus Bailey, instructor.

The class will run from 6 to 9 p.m. and is $50 per person. To register or for more information, contact Laura Burnett, community education specialist, at 307-268-3399 or register online at caspercollege.edu/community_ed.

 

Monday, March 25, 2013
“COUNTRY SWING” SET TO BEGIN

A popular dance class, “Country Swing (Beginner)” (CMSV 0040 80) will begin on Sunday, April 14 at Casper College.

“County Swing (Beginner)” will run from 5 to 7 p.m. The country swing class is a beginner’s level class and “students will learn three fun and easy dances; the country swing, two-step, and country waltz,” said Machelle Holloway, instructor. The class will run through April 28.

The three-week class is open to all ages. To register or for more information contact Laura Burnett, Casper College community education specialist, at 268-3399 or register online at caspercollege.edu/community_ed.

 

Monday, March 25, 2013
NEW LINE DANCES OFFERED AT COLLEGE

A line dancing class featuring new line dances is set to begin on Thursday, April 11 at Casper College.

“These fun, new line dances can be used at weddings, parties, and on the local dance floors and will include ‘Red Solo Cup,’ ‘Cricket on a Line,’ ‘Casper Slide,’ and ‘Moves Like Jagger,’” said Machelle Holloway, instructor

“Line Dancing Country Style” (CMSV 0042 80) is open to “any skill level and all ages,” noted Holloway.

The class will run through Thursday, April 25 and be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The cost is $30 per person.

To register or for more information contact Laura Burnett, community education specialist, at 307-268-3399 or register online at caspercollege.edu/community_ed.

 

Wednesday, March 27, 2013
POPULAR HYPNOTIST FREDERICK WINTERS RETURNS TO CASPER COLLEGE

Comedy hypnotist Frederick Winters will return to Casper College on Friday, April 5 at 7 p.m. in Durham Recital Hall, located in the Aley Fine Arts Center on the Casper College campus.

Winters is making his 19th appearance at the college. “We continue to bring him back year after year because Frederick Winters is such a crowd favorite,” said Nicholas Whipps, student activities coordinator at Casper College

Winters, a certified hypnotherapist, is one of the busiest performing hypnotists in the United States. 2010 Campus Activities Magazine Reader’s Choice Best Male Performer and 2011 nominee for Entertainer of the Year, Winters has performed more than 2,000 shows and entertained more than 500,000 people.

Those attending the show will “detect from the moment I'm introduced that there's no place I'd rather be then on stage entertaining a college or corporate crowd. I sure have fun hypnotizing people,” said Winters. “Frederick has a great show that always entertains everyone in the house,” noted Whipps.

The Frederick Winters show is free and open to the public.

 

Wednesday, March 27, 2013
T-BIRDS HOST 58TH ROPIN’ AND RIGGIN’ DAYS RODEO

The Casper College rodeo team will host the college’s 58th Annual Ropin’ and Riggin’ Days Rodeo April 19 through 21 at The Arena.

The Casper College rodeo team competes in the Central Rocky Mountain Region, which includes teams from Colorado, Nebraska, and Wyoming. Teams set to compete include teams from Sheridan College, Gillette College, Laramie County Community College, Central Wyoming College, Eastern Wyoming College, the University of Wyoming, Colorado State University, Lamar Community College, Otero Junior College, United States Air Force Academy, Mesa State College, Northeastern Junior College, and Chadron State College.

The rodeo will feature three performances: Friday and Saturday evening at 7, with the final performance starting at noon on Sunday. Tickets are $7 for adults, $4 for students, and $17 to see all three rodeos. Tickets can be purchased at The Arena box office the day of performance.

The Arena is located at the Central Wyoming Fairgrounds in Casper.

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