|Saturday, May 11 - Open House at Shoshone River Access below the Belfry Bridge.
River Festival organizers, including Trout Unlimited, are partnering with the City of Cody to
improve Cody's major river access below the Belfry Bridge. Shade, interpretive signs,
accessible fishing platform, and private changing area are planned. Stakeholders are invited
to provide feedback on the site plan.
|Saturday, June 1 - Kids' Fishing Day, Beck Lake. Coincides with G & F Free Fishing Day.
G&F, USFS, Optimist members and TU Volunteers needed to help kids with casting,
knot-tying, etc. Hot dogs, prizes. Show up at 8:30 am, lower Beck Lake Picnic Area to
Contact Birney Holberg, email@example.com
Public welcome, Kids required!
|Saturday, June 8 - Fly Casting Clinic. Free to the public. Certified instructors supplied by
North Fork Anglers. Volunteers needed to help coach students and hand out gear. Call Cody
Rec Center to register, (307)587-0400. Contact Gregg Bierei, with questions or to volunteer
Families welcome, Kid friendly!
|Wednesday, June 12 - Lake Trout Suppression Tour of Yellowstone Lake. Contact Dave
|Thursday, July 11 - Members Chapter Picnic and Fishing. Horse Creek Picnic Area on the
North Fork Highway, approx. 25 miles west of Cody. Meet at 5:30 for dinner. Come earlier in
the afternoon, 2:00 pm, for fishing. Bring your own plates, cutlery, and a side dish or dessert
to share. Chicken and beverages provided.
Contact Gregg firstname.lastname@example.org
|Chapter Camp-Out! - Tentative Date: Second week in August. Thursday through Sunday.
Come the days you can. Location and details to be decided.
|Saturday, August 24 - Cody Wild West River Fest. The new festival in Cody is intended to
promote river recreation for all ages and raise awareness of the importance of healthy rivers.
The festival will include activities for boaters, anglers, landowners and families – held on the
river near Cody, and in City Park.
River Fest is sponsored by The Nature Conservancy, the City Parks and Recreation
Department, Game and Fish, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Trout Unlimited, UW Extension,
and the Cody Chamber. Funders include the Department of Environmental Quality and Park
County Travel Council. Kid friendly!
All events are open to the public and include:
•An activity walk for families along the river and in the park.
•Arts and crafts for kids.
•A Calcutta fly fishing competition.
•Hands-on river sports demonstrations.
•River conservation demonstrations.
•A water quality improvement forum.
•A free evening bluegrass concert.
•A beer garden and food available for purchase.
While most festival activities are free, there are entry fees for competitions.
Cash and prizes will be awarded for various events.
For more information, contact Katherine Thompson, Nature Conservancy, 587-1655 or
email@example.com; Tommy Thompson, Trout Unlimited, 250-5345 or tommy.
firstname.lastname@example.org, or Amy Quick, parks and recreation, 527-3490 or email@example.com.
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