The Longmire Foundation just announced the events schedule for upcoming Longmire Days 2021 in Durant (Buffalo), Wyoming. However, due to increasing cases of Covid-19 in the area, the organizing team was unable to use some venues and provide various opportunities for planned in-person events. As a result, the team has switched many of these events to online format.
Longmire Days 2021 would be a more normal event than that which was presented in 2020. Online events will be available for purchase about a week before they occur, and all will be archived if you would like to view them later.
Tickets for the in-person events will be offered once the event venue is confirmed. The event organizers will provide at least a one day notice via e-mail to those participants who have purchased general admission tickets of their availability. For each in-person event, the ticket holder will be required to wear a well-fitting mask. Anyone not wearing a mask will be asked to leave the event and no refund will be provided.
The full schedule for the Longmire Days 2021 events are as follow. All times are Mountain time zone. This schedule is subject to change.
Thursday, Sept. 2nd
- 2021 Longmire Days 5k and Fun Run
- Craig Johnson at the Jim Gatchell Museum aka Walt Longmire’s Office
- Chatting with Branch
- A Q&A with A Martinez
- So You Want to Write A Novel – Craig Johnson
- A Conversation with the Longmire Cast
Saturday, Sept. 4th
- A Q&A with Katee Sackhoff
- A Q&A with Zahn McClarnon
- Longmire Days Rodeo
- A Q&A with Lou Diamond Phillips
- Beer with Craig
- Conversation with the Sheriff
Sunday, Sept. 5th
- A Q&A with Marcus Red Thunder and Craig Johnson
- Conversation with the Ferg
- Tea with Louanne Stephens
- A Tale of Two Walts: A Discussion with Robert Taylor and Craig Johnson
- Music performance by John Bishop and family
- Recordings of the online events in case you missed those or would like to watch them again.
The mission of the Longmire Foundation is to facilitate the Johnson family vision of community involvement and support based on the Longmire principles of honesty, integrity and compassion.
The ideals of community involvement and support run deep in the Western soul. The Longmire Foundation was formed in order to facilitate the opportunity to share those values and support a vibrant community with visitors to our ‘Absaroka County’.
Whether our visitors come through the pages of books or on Longmire Days, the Foundation works to share our history, diverse cultures, and wide-open spaces beneath the Bighorn Mountains with the rest of the world. The foundation supports the idea that a handshake means everything, that integrity and honesty are the only way to ride for the Brand, the only path to follow.
Mystery Tribune’s previous coverage of Longmire TV series and books and cast members including Robert Taylor is available here.