StoryCorps coming to Cheyenne July 12. Reservations are now open

Jun 19, 2013

To make a reservation for StoryCorps stop in Cheyenne, click here or call 800-850-4406.

StoryCorps, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to recording, preserving, and sharing the stories of Americans from all backgrounds and beliefs, will record interviews in Cheyenne from Fri. July 12 to Sat. Aug. 3 as part of its cross-country MobileBooth tour.

StoryCorps’ MobileBooth—an Airstream trailer outfitted with a recording studio—will be parked at the Laramie County Library.

To view the full press release about the event, click here.

"StoryCorps visited Laramie in 2008 and was very well received," says Morning Music Host and Program Director Grady Kirkpatrick. "We're thrilled to have them back in Wyoming recording in Cheyenne this summer. It's a great opportunity to document family history, a special moment in time or simply to tell a good story. There are plenty of them in Wyoming."

Wyoming Public Radio is hosting an opening day press event on Friday, July 12 to introduce StoryCorps to the community, and invite press to interview StoryCorps staff and participants.

Opening Day is at the Laramie County Library.  Wyoming Public Media will broadcast Morning Music  live from 9am to Noon with many special guests including CJ Box, New York Times bestselling Wyoming author, and Beatgrass, an acoustic bluegrass band (with a good beat) from Cheyenne. Swing on by to say hello if you’re in the neighborhood.

To make a reservation for StoryCorps stop in Cheyenne, click here or call 800-850-4406.

Supported in part by the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund