Longmire Days Organizers Monitoring COVID-19 Situation

So far, Buffalo’s annual Longmire Days events have yet to be canceled, and organizers are monitoring the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year’s events are scheduled for July 16th through the 19th, and planning continues with the hope that the weekend will happen as usual.

In a release, organizers said, “We know these times are uncertain, and we are monitoring the situation closely. If dates should have to change, we will make sure that you have ample time to rearrange your travel and lodging plans. We definitely won’t leave you hanging. Our thoughts are with each of you. Stay safe, stay healthy, wash your hands, and stay one horse-length apart.”

Fans can monitor the Longmire Days website to keep up-to-date on happenings, the latest news, and when or if the event will be postponed or rescheduled.

We have provided a link to the website below.

https://www.longmiredays.com/



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Daniel Miller
1 year ago

Walt for President!

Shirley Diaz
1 year ago

I love Longmire.

Carolyn wilt
1 year ago

I hope you don’t cancel ..I’m in the process of everything works out with help from a friend to move to Sheridan soon…
.I have just started again watch .for the upteenth time the Longmire series

Joe Meuser
1 year ago

Excited to visit. Hope everything works out to hold the event.

Tamara
1 year ago

I miss longmire bring it back soon.

Dean Walls
1 year ago

However people’s safety concerns come first. Planning to be there.

Jammie Wilkinson
1 year ago

We love the show.

Jammie Wilkinson
1 year ago

We miss the show. We have watched 5 or 6 times. And and recommended it to a lot of people now booked on it also.

Jesse Samudio
1 year ago

Series was great

Missey Moe-Cook
1 year ago

Thank you. Am planning to attend LD this year but am a bit concerned given the current situation given COVID-19

Jan Brubacher
1 year ago

Have bing watched all 6 seasons while knitting hats for the homeless.
Wished there was more.