Upcoming Events

Veteran's Day Mount Pisgah Cemetery Walk


On November 11, 2023, at 3:00 p.m. the Rockpile Museum and Campbell County UW Extension’s Wyoming Walks series invite you to join us on a walk-through of Mount Pisgah cemetery to honor and remember Campbell County Veterans and their service.  This free walk will be led by Rockpile Museum volunteer Greg Bennick and will begin in section B in the lower part of the cemetery near the American Legion section (look for the Yellow UW flag). 

The tour will stop at seven different locations to discuss the service of nine men and women that served our nation. Hear stories about the bravery, valor, and sacrifice of Veterans from the Civil War to the Korean War as well as details on their lives after the conflict ended.   

Dress warm and wear sturdy shoes.  Participants are invited to stay after the tour to help cemetery staff and volunteers to gather flags.  

For additional information about programs and events at the Rockpile Museum, please call: (307) 682-5723 or email us at rockpile@vcn.com.  Mount Pisgah Cemetery is located at 804 S. Emerson Ave. in Gillette, Wyoming.  

Veterans Day Walk

Christmas Crafts Family Day at the Rockpile Museum


It’s that time of year again at the museum, when we bring out the glitter, glue, and all things crafty. Christmas crafts family day will be held on Saturday, December 16, 2023, from 10 a.m. to noon.

Registration for the Rockpile Museum’s Annual Christmas Crafts family day will open on Monday, November 20, 2023 for Rockpile Museum Association members, and to the public on Monday, November 27, 2023.

The Museum’s Christmas craft day will be held on Saturday, December 16, 2023 . Children ages 3 through 12 years are invited to attend with a parent or grandparent to create holiday projects just in time for Christmas. Family Day events are FREE, but space is limited to 50 children, and reservations are required.

To register, please call the museum at 307-682-5723 or email us at rockpile@vcn.com

Christmas Crafts 2023 at the Rockpile Museum