Death in the Mountains: Ernest Hemingway’s Wyoming
A film by Sheridan Travel & Tourism
Wednesday, September 30, 2020, 7:30pm
** START TIME WILL NOW BE 7:30 INSTEAD OF 7:00 **
Legendary inksmith Ernest Hemingway first visited Sheridan County in 1928, seeking solitude and seclusion in his quest to complete what would become his masterpiece, A Farewell to Arms. Hemingway spent time writing – and fishing, drinking, dining and merrymaking – at Folly Ranch, Spear-O Wigwam, and the Historic Sheridan Inn. This short film from Sheridan County Travel & Tourism celebrates what Hemingway loved best about Wyoming, a place he called damn lovely country.
All seats $10