The colorful designer, Lilly Pulitzer said, “Despite the forecast, live like it’s spring.” Don’t mind the rain in the forecast and get out and enjoy what the Downtown Sheridan community has to offer; from cooking classes and shopping, to live music, poetry readings, good food, and craft classes – you are covered for fun things to do!

Join AARP Wyoming/Sheridan for a Free Screening of ‘A Man Called Otto’ at the WYO Theater on Friday starting at 2 PM! Tickets are FREE but registration is strongly encouraged, and seating is first-come, first-served

You are invited to enjoy an Appetizer Afternoon at Cottonwood Kitchen + Home this Friday at 5:30 PM. This appetizer class is a little about cooking and a lot about fun. Come hang out in the kitchen on a Friday afternoon and make some fun appetizers while you enjoy and afternoon with some friends, family, and new friends to boot.

Create lovely, handcrafted cards utilizing special papers, diecast stamps, and additional unique techniques under the creative guidance of Instructor Heidi Roesler at the Greeting Card Workshop on Saturday at 12:30 PM at The Hub on Smith, a Center for All Generations.

Sheridan Stationery Books and Gifts is celebrating National Poetry Month and they’re hosting the 3rd Thursday Poetry Group to share their poems! Stop in any time on Saturday between 11 AM – 3 PM to listen to poetry.

Special mentions this week:
Come enjoy live music from a local favorite, the InstaGators at the The Warehouse Gastropub & Liquor Store on Friday and Saturday starting at 9 PM.

You are invited to attend Mexican Fiesta Family Fun Night at the Kalif Shrine Center, a fundraiser to benefit Our Camp Inc. Join in for dinner, games and live music!