The town of Fort Laramie is located near one of the most significant forts of the American Frontier. Its rich history of westward expansion draws tourists from all over the world.
Fort Laramie is a welcoming town with abundant recreational opportunities, festive annual events and great amenities for residents. Though its main industry is agriculture, tourism and oil also contribute to the town’s economy.
Pioneer Community Center
The Pioneer Community Center, formerly the Fort Laramie elementary school, is newly renovated as a community center. The Center features a computer training lab, a used bookstore, a conference meeting room, and private office suites. The Community Hall will seat 300+ for receptions, convents, private and public functions; additional features are a complete theater stage, a commercial catering kitchen, private lounge, spacious lobby entry, and ample private parking.
The Pioneer Community Center Hosts Several Annual Events:
- Pioneer Center Craft and Artisan Show held in June each year. Vendor spaces regularly sell out quickly to artisans from throughout Wyoming, Colorado, and Nebraska. The show features hand-made wood furniture, butcher block, and scroll saw art, fiber crafts and quilts, homemade soap, jewelry, oil and watercolor art, gourmet jams and jellies, and wildlife photography.
- Pioneers Playhouse Dinner Theatre puts on dinner and a show each summer. The show features local actors and actresses and has been wildly successful.
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85.80of US average
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