Cody Culture Club: Cassie’s History
March 9 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm MST
History of Cassie’s
With Robyn Cutter and Melanie Singer
At Cassie’s Steakhouse
March 9, 2023
Join us the second Thursdays of the months of January through April for Cody Culture Club. Appetizers and cash bar at every program. If you love Cody, you’re part of the Club!
Cassie’s Steakhouse got its start as a popular nightclub with dancing and liquor run by a former Cody madam who’d been forced to close her downtown establishment. Previous owner Melanie Singer (for many years alongside Steve Singer of Cassie’s Supper Club, and Park County Archivist Robyn Cutter share more about this lady of the night and her beloved local landmark!
Cody Culture Club events are $20 per person, with ticket packages available (two tickets to every program for only $130 — a great gift idea!).
Space is limited so reserve your spot early by clicking here. Call 307-578-4008 to learn more.
About speaker Robyn Cutter
Robyn Cutter grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota. She studied Interior Design at North Dakota State University and received a BS degree; she went on to get her Master’s Degree from Middle Tennessee Sate University in Historic Preservation. For the bulk of her career she was director of Main Street programs focusing on the revitalization of downtowns.
Robyn moved with her family to Cody in 2002 to finish raising her family here and live a simpler life. Here she worked for the Cody Enterprise for several years and managed retail stores before going back to school at the age of 50 at Northwest College, specializing in Digital Preservation. She volunteered, then got hired on at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center digitizing collections until funds ran out. Six years ago, she was hired as Archivist at the Park County Archives.
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Carlene Lebous & Harris Haston
NextGen Park County
REV Real Estate
Upcoming Cody Culture Club program
April 13: Living Land: Insights on Memory, Society, and Sacred Space