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Clearmont Day to be Held on Saturday

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Clearmont invites everyone to the 2024 Clearmont Day Celebration to be held on Saturday, June 22.

Clearmont Day is over 100 years old. Although in 1920 it was held in the fall instead of in the spring. This announcement is from the Sheridan Enterprise September 11, 1920

Clearmont Day Saturday, Sept. 11th Clearmont, Wyo., Sept. 10, 1920. – To Everybody in General: We, the people of Clearmont, invite you to partake of our hospitality on Clearmont Day, tomorrow, Sept. 11. Everybody is coming, so get your car ready and prepare to step on it for a lively day. In addition to a splendid program of sports, we have on display a remarkable exhibit of agricultural products from Clearmont and vicinity. The following program has been arranged for your entertainment and amusement:

8:30 A. M. Start of horse marathon race from the Burlington depot at Sheridan for Clearmont (20 entries). Total prizes $375. 10:00 A. M. American Legion Ball Game at Clearmont. Clearmont vs. Ucross. 11:30 A. M. to 12:30 P. M. Free Barbecue. (Luncheon also served by Woman’s Club at small nominal charge).12:30 P. M.—Expected finish of Horse Marathon Endurance Race at Clearmont. 12:45 P. M.—Address by Senator John B. Kendrick. 1:00 P. M.—Parade to Fair Grounds. 2:00 P. M. to 5:00 P. M.—Wild West Show. Dancing all afternoon and evening. Sheridan City Band will play during the day.

Yours for a good time, The Citizens Of Clearmont

The Sheridan Post, September 17, 1919

The 2024 Clearmont Day the schedule is: Staring in the morning and continuing all day, there will be an all-town garage sale. Later there will be a fun run, with 1 mile, 5k, and 10k races out Thompson Creek Road and back. Interested racers can register at the starting line at the Arvada/Clearmont School.

All day in Branding Iron Park there will be a bouncy house, corn hole, obstacle course, raffles and fire trucks. Lunch will hamburgers served at noon, with thanks to Powder River Energy Foundation that provides the hamburger. Attendees are asked to bring a side or a dessert to share.

In the afternoon will be a live music, a food truck, and the always popular duck race, with proceeds going to the Clearmont Ambulance Board. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. will be a dance in the park, with music provided by D.J. Mike Guyer.

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