(Will be similar to 2012)
2013 Rocky Mountain Fur Trade
& Forum, The 7th annual Journal introduced
with lectures by authors and discussion panels. Thursday
evening will be a special reception and journal signing.
Authors will present their papers on Friday and Saturday.
Copies of the Journal will be available for sale in the
Museum gift shop.
Dr. Fred Gowans, "Historian
in Residence" .
Michael Terry, Native American Historian and
Ethnologist, Plains Indian Encampment. His lectures are
FREE to the public and give an overview of life of the
Plains Indians in the 1800s.
Lapita Frewin, heads up our Children's Programs
with morning and afternoon sessions, free to all kids.
The American Mountain Men Trapper's Camp, north
of the Museum at the amphitheater. Live lectures and demonstrations
throughout Rendezvous weekend will include firearms, sign
language, beaver trapping, clothes, tools, fire making,
horse tack, packing, and stories & songs.
Friday & Saturday:
Buffalo Burger Lunch Sponsored by Shell. 11:00
Museum Gallery & Gift Shop Open 9
am to 5 pm, and in the evening during Rendezvous.
The Sublette County Chamber of Commerce Rendezvous
Parade is held on Saturday morning at 11:00 am
down main street in Pinedale. The
Green River Rendezvous Pageant is on Sunday at
1:00 pm at the Rendezvous Grounds just south of Pinedale
adjacent to the rodeo grounds.
As part of Pinedale's Green River Rendezvous weekend,
the Society and Museum are excited to offer a variety
programs for this year's Rendezvous. For other weekend
events see the Pinedale
Online Rendezvous Calendar and the Green
River Rendezvous Pageant website.