Adult Programs 

Art Immersion

Contact:  Roxanne West                                                       Email:

What:  An opportunity for teens and adults in the community to experience different art mediums including: mosaics, basket weaving, painting/ watercolor, pottery, stained glass, and wood burning.

Meet:  Mondays 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm and one Saturday per month TBD, Sept. through May, TBHS room 320

Ages:  9th grade through adult

Fees: yes, to cover the cost of materials.  

Camel Photo and Design Club

Contact:  Josh Dillinger                                        Email:

What:  An opportunity to create art through photography or graphic design.

Meet:  Tuesdays after school, Sept. through April, CCHS

Ages:  7th grade through adult

CCHS Art, Pottery and Painting Club

Contact:  Jason Linduska or Rede Ballard                           Email:  or

What:  An opportunity to explore, create and learn through art beyond the classroom.

Meet:  Tuesday and Thursdays after school, Sept. through May, CCHS rooms 131 and 104

Ages:  9th through 12th grade and adults

Diabetics of Gillette (DOG)

Contact:  Paula Petry/ Rebecca Massey Email:

What:  Providing recreational activities for children and families of Campbell County living with diabetes.  Informational brochure here.

Meet:  Schedule of events can be found here.

Ages:  All ages

Furniture Rehab Workshop

Contact:  Karyl Meyer          307-660-6577                   Email:       Facebook:  Northeast Wyoming Furniture Restorers

What:  Annual furniture rehab workshop. Text to signup and information will be emailed to you.

When:  January 19-28, 2024, 8:00 am to 9:00 pm at the Central Pavillion, Camplex.  

Ages:  9 years to adults- children must be accompanied by adults

Fees:  $90 

Gillette Community Band

Contact:  Estela Torres Guernsey Email:

Facebook:  Gillette Community Band

What:  A band for all community members high school through adults.  A musical outlet for people to play their instruments in an ensemble setting.  The band plays a spring and winter concert each year.

Meet:  Tuesdays  6:30 to 8:00 pm.  TBHS band room

Ages:  9th grade through adults

GYM 60

Contact:  Sherri Allen Email:

What:  Providing free exercise classes to the public and educate on the importance of healthy lifestyles.

Meet:  Zumba: Thursdays at 4:30 pm in the Lakeview Elementary gym.

    Limited Mobility: Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30 pm at Westwood High School.

Ages:  Adults

Jazz in the Community

Contact:  Steve Schofield      307-670-1660 Email:

What:  The purpose of the Jazz Luck Club is to provide and entertaining, educational and social outlet for people who are interested in jazz music.

Meet:  To be determined.  Please contact the sponsor.

Ages:  Teens through adults

Powder River Symphony

Contact:  Steve Oakley   307-660-9800 Email:

What:  The Powder River Symphony provides the musicians in our community a chance to perform and be part of a symphony, and a chance for the community to attend 4 performances per year.  

Meet:  Please contact the program sponsor for meeting information and concert dates.

Ages:  Adults

Quilt Club

Contact:  Lorna Fitzgerald                                    Email:

What:  An opportunity to teach and share quilting with students and community members of Campbell County.

Meet:  Saturdays, year round at the Boys and Girls Club

Ages:  12 and older with parent supervision

Fees:  yes, to cover the cost of materials

Razor City BMX

Contact:   Alli Zumbro, President      775-560-1857                      Facebook:  Razor City BMX  

What:  Organized bicycle racing for all ages.

Meet:  BMX Race Track:  200 Pumphouse Lane, Gillette.  Monday and Thursday May through October.  Registration 5:30 pm to 6:00 pm and races follow.

Ages:  children and adults

Fees:  $80 annual USA BMX Membership, $7 race entry fee per bike

Ride and Shine Equine Therapy

Contact:  Jamie Hendryx   307-687-9760 Email:

What:  Ride and Shine provides hippotherapy to clients with physical, cognitive, and sensory motor challenges.  Hippotherapy is skilled manipulation of equine movement to stimulate the cognitive, sensory and neuromotor systems to acheive functional goals.

Meet:  June through August:  Tuesdays from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm. Meeting place:  32 Mandy Lane, Gillette

  September through May:  Tuesdays from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm.  Meeting place:  1632 Reata Drive, Gillette

Ages:  3 to 21 years

Fees:  $50 per session

Sage Hoppers RC Club

Contact:  Steve Scholfield Email:

What:  Creating an environment and fostering the ability for the community to be involved in RC flight.

Meet:   Tuesdays from 6:00 pm until dark July through October at flying field 5681 E. Boxelder Rd, Gillette.  

Ages:  7th through 12th grades

Special Olympics

Contact:  Jami Howe    307-680-7933                                  Email:

What:  Providing year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

Meet:  Meeting locations vary by sport.  Please contact the sponsor for information.

Cycling and Bowling  Aug. 22, 2023- Oct. 13, 2023

Skiing and Snowboarding  January and February 2024

Basketball, Track and Swimming  February to May 2024

Ages:  8 years through 12th grade with or without disabilities

WJSH Adult Pottery Class

Contact:  Tarina Leithead                                                      Email:    

What:  The WJSH Adult Pottery Wheel Class will allow adults in the Wright community the opportunity to learn

wheel throwing skills and finish the class with at least 1 glazed canister, mug or bowl.  This class will meet 4 times in March for 2 hours each.  Class size is limited.

Meet:  March 12, 13, 19 & 20, 2024 in the Art Room at Wright Jr. Sr. High

Ages: 19 and up

Fees: no