September 20, 2019:
POW/MIA Recognition Day
Vets will have an information table in the entry of the Pinedale Library from 10AM to 5PM. Then there will be a recognition ceremony at the Veterans Memorial in the American Legion Park in Pinedale at 6:30PM. Everyone invited.
September 28, 2019:
Pinedale Half Marathon, 10K Walk/Run, and 1-Mile
All ages welcome. The courses take place along scenic Fremont Lake. Click on this link for information on race details and registration: www.pinedalehalfmarathon.com
October 24, 25 & 26, 2019:
"Beauty and the Beast"
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Pinedale Community Theatre production. Sheppard Auditorium. Tickets on sale now. www.pinedaletheatre.com
February 8, 2019:
20th Annual One lunger 100 Vintage Snowmobile Race
Hosted by Snow Explorers/Altitude Off-Road Inc. Visit www.pinedalesnowexplorers.com for rules and entry forms. Bring out the whole family to enjoy a great day at the races! Concessions available.
March 13-15, 2020:
The Drift races- 13-mile Half Marathon, 28-mile Marathon, and 100 mile ultramarathon
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Winter races in the Wind River Mountains of western Wyoming. Racers may ski, bike, or run on the marked, snow-covered groomed trail. For 2020, there will be a 13-mile half-marathon, a 28-mile marathon, and a 100-mile ultramarathon. Racers may ski, bike, or run on the marked, snow-covered groomed trail. For 2020, there will be a 13-mile half-marathon, a 28-mile marathon, and a 100-mile ultramarathon. The races are organized by The Great Outdoor Shop in Pinedale, Wyoming. Find more information at www.thedrift100.com, or email the Race Director at email@example.com
Additional contacts for more information:
Sublette County Visitor Center
Sublette County Chamber of Commerce
(Contact: Rachel Grimes, Director)
Town of Pinedale
Town of Big Piney
Town of Marbleton
307-367-4372 (Clerk's Office)
Meeting Places List
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- 2019 (Fall)
Fall colors and late-season outings
Average temps range 60-80F
Start of freezing nights
Last of haying
Hunting season opens
Bow and black powder hunting
First day of school for Pinedale Schools
Campgrounds shut down mid-September
Pinedale Half Marathon
18: 'An Introduction to Butterflies of Sublette County' and gardening tips With Dr. Paul Opler, 6PM in the Lovatt Room of the Pinedale Library.
18: Candlelight Walk in Pinedale Part of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. 7-8PM from Pinedale High School to the American Legion Park. Presentation of Sublette County Prevention Coalition, Sublette County Public Health, and Wyoming Department of Health.
19: Open House at Proactive Rehab & Fitness 317 N Faler Ave in Pinedale from 5-8PM. Celebrating 30 years in business in Sublette County. Please come for food, drink, fun and prizes. www.proactiverehabilitation.com
19: Lost & Found A night of stories told by seniors. 7PM, Rendezvous Pointe in Pinedale, 425 E Magnolia.
20: POW/MIA Recognition Day Vets will have an information table in the entry of the Pinedale Library from 10AM to 5PM. Then there will be a recognition ceremony at the Veterans Memorial in the American Legion Park in Pinedale at 6:30PM. Everyone invited.
20-23: Pole Creek Trail Days The Friends of the Bridger-Teton will be working with the US Forest Service with trail improvements on one of the most heavily used entry trails in the Wind River Range. Enjoy spectacular views from Photographers Point and meet other public land stewards. Come for a day (short hike in) or camp at Miller Lake for the long weekend. Contact email@example.com to volunteer. More info