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  • Wind River Dancers

    Native American Drum & Dance Performance
  • Wind River Dancers
  •  With a theme of 'A CULTURAL HERITAGE SHARED THROUGH DANCE AND SONGS,' the Wind River Dancers, together with drummers and singers, perform a variety of American Indian dance styles including men's traditional, grass and fancy feather and women's fancy shawl, jingle dress and traditional. The styles and the music are explained to the audience in order to share Native American culture and heritage. 

     

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  • Sublette County's largest annual event.

    Fun for all ages!!!
    2017 will celebrate the 82nd Green River Rendezvous, held annually the second full weekend of July. This event celebrates the legacy of the area's mountain men, historic rendezvous' and the Fur Trade Era. The 4-day event offers something for everyone!

    • The Sublette County Chamber of Commerce organizes the Street Fair downtown, Wind River Dancers: Native American Drum & Dance performance, the Rendezvous Parade and Kid's Fishing Derby & BBQ.  Sublette Chamber also operates the Sublette County Visitor Center, Mon. - Sat. 9am - 6pm, Sunday 9am-4pm with area and event information, as well as clean public restrooms.
    • Museum of the Mountain Man is open throughout Rendezvous, offering demonstrations, lectures, a mountain man encampment, children's programs and lunch on the patio. 
    • Stop by Traders Row, an authentic vendor area with period clothing and items for sale! Fun activities for children and adults alike include a candy canon, a frying pan toss, axe throwing, make and take items and more. If you're lucky there will be kettle corn and homemade root beer !
    • A must see for Rendezvous enthusiasts is the Green River Rendezvous Pageant held on Sunday of Rendezvous at 1:00 PM on the Pinedale Rodeo Grounds. This is a live re-enactment of an 1800s era Rendezvous with horses, wagons, fur-trading mountain men, teepees and native americans. Fun for all ! 

     

  • 2016 Fishing Derby Winners
  • Kids' Fishing Derby &  BBQ

    Sponsored by Jonah Energy, all children 12 & under are welcome to join us at Boyd Skinner Park for 2 hours of fishing & hot dogs.  Hourly prizes awarded for the largest fish.  GRAND PRIZES will be given away for the top three fish caught!  Children must bring their own fishing pole and tackle and be accompanied by a parent.  Young anglers and their families are welcome to enjoy hot dogs, and refreshments during the event.

    GOOD LUCK! 

     

  • Rendezvous Parade   

    The Rendezvous Parade is on Saturday of Rendezvous Weekend.  See the Pageant cast, rodeo royalty, horse drawn wagons, classic cars and trucks, local businesses, organizations and much more! The parade begins on the west end of town, proceeds east on Pine before taking a left on Bridger Ave, past the Sublette Center to East Hennick Street.