You are invited to join us Saturday, June 30, 2018 at Murdock’s Double Bar E Ranch, to celebrate the history and culture of ranching in Sublette County.
Location: The Murdock’s Double Bar E Ranch
Hosts: Landowners Madeleine and Scott Murdock
Entertainment: Dave Munsick, The Songteller
Nourishment: Pitchfork Fondue
9:00 – 1:00 PM – Drift Tour – see details below. Registration through BOCES is required, space is limited.
4:00 PM – Picnic begins; music and mingling, beverages, partner booths, short guided walks, kids activities
5:30 PM – Dinner from Pitchfork Fondue
6:00 PM – Brief speaking program
7:30 PM – Event ends
Ticket cost: $25 Adutlts, Children 12 and under free.
Reserve your tickets by using the form below, or call our office at 307.367.7007, by June 22. Casual dress.
Historic Green River Drift Tour
Saturday, June 30, 9 AM- 1 PM
Sublette BOCES, along with the Green River Valley Program of the Jackson Hole Land Trust, is pleased to present a tour of local homestead and ranching history. The 4-hour tour will start at 9 a.m. at Wrangler Gym Parking lot, in Pinedale on June 30, 2018. Local historian, Ann Noble will kick off the tour with the history of homestead and ranching at the Cora Y and then the tour will progress down to the Sommers Homestead. Fourth generation rancher, Albert Sommers will then share his wealth of knowledge of the historic cattle Drift and its role in sustainable agriculture in the Green River Valley.
Transportation and water will be provided. Please bring a light jacket, sunscreen, any snacks or non-alcoholic beverages you may desire. The tour is free, but registration is required at www.SubletteBoces.com/classes.