Green River Rendezvous

Always the second full weekend in July!

Yes! we are getting ready full Rendezvous in 2022: July 7th – 10th 

Schedule to be determined, but will be similar to last year.  Refer to 2021 Rendezvous Schedule (updated 7/2/2021) for idea of programs. Please check back here for updates and the 2022 schedule or follow us on Facebook for latest news and updates on programs.

See Posters for 2021 program details: American Mountain Men – Living History, Bad Hand – Plains Indians, Children’s Native American Crafts, Journal Forum, Movie Night – Hollywood vs Hugh Glass

All Journal/Forum sessions will be livestream on our Youtube channel

Four full days of events at the Museum of the Mountain Man featuring:

Thursday, July 7th. 6th Annual Western Art & Wine Auction, 6:30pm. Proceeds benefit educational programs at the Museum.

Michael “Bad Hand”, 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 1800’s.

Lapita & Dan Frewin, Hands on 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 Saturday night stories & songs.

Rocky Mountain Fur Trade Journal & Forum, The annual Journal is introduced with lectures by authors and discussion panels. Friday evening will be a special awards reception and journal signing (6:30pm, just before Mountain Man Movie Night). Books will be available for purchase.

Phone 1-877-686-6266 or 307-367- 4101 for more information.

All programs are free thanks to our generous sponsors: Sublette County Museum Board, Sublette BOCES, Rocky Mountain Power, Ultra Petroleum, Jonah Energy