Museum of the Mountain Man opens May 1
Mountain Man Statue
Mountain Man statue on display at the Museum of the Mountain Man in Pinedale.
April 29, 2005
The Museum of the Mountain Man will open for the summer season on Sunday, May 1st. They will be open daily from 9 am until 5 pm through the end of September. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for senior citizens and $3 for children.
Highlights for this season include the publication of “The Fur Trade and Rendezvous of the Green River Valley” magazine, the Pinedale book by Ann Noble “Pinedale: A Centennial History, 1904-2004”, and reprinting of Richard Hecox’s “Memories of Kendall Valley”. For this year’s Green River Rendezvous in July, the Museum brings back Native American historian Michael Terry and his Plains Indian encampment, Lapita Frewin for children’s programs, an art show by Richard Luce, and Gage Skinner presenting his field museum of the fur trade.
More information about the Museum of the Mountain Man is available on their website, along with an online store with great books about the fur trade era: www.museumofthemountainman.com
2005 Museum Events
June 4: "A Season of Art" by Sublette County artists
July 7-9: Green River Rendezvous and living history presentations
September 22: Book signing and reception for the Pinedale book by Ann Noble