Events and Packages
Wine Pairing Dinners, Romantic Valentines Evening, old Fashioned Ice Cream Social, Victorian Holiday Celebration, Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, Prairies to Peaks Plein Air, Murder Mystery Dinners and scheduled events at the Mansion.
FINE WINE & DINE AT THE MANSIONSavor distinctive foods perfectly paired with fine wines, served in comfortable elegance by our warm and genial staff, and graced by pleasant conversation with your fellow guests.
The Wine Guy, Robin Day, shares insights on how these exceptional wines enhance the flavors and delight the pallet.
Immerse yourself in a delightful evening of entertainment, food, wines, and conversation
|A ROMANTIC VALENTINE'S EVENING
A beautiful setting, all the privacy in the world and the two of you for Valentine's Day! What an evening to remember! Let us provide the setting for your romantic rendezvous - an exquisite room, a bouquet of fragrant flowers, a candlelit dinner, a leisurely breakfast….what more could you ask for?
If you want a little pampering, we can arrange that as well, a day at the spa, massage, or a relaxing evening at the fire. Package includes one night of accommodations either on Valentine's Day or the weekend preceding or following this romantic eve, candlelit dinner for two in the parlour or sitting room, and a gourmet breakfast for two. Additional nights and services available.
Valentines Day Romantic Candle Light Dinner
OLD FASHIONED ICE CREAM SOCIAL, NOW PART OF
THE CHEYENNE HISTORIC HOMES TOUR
Date to be announced.
House Avenue & East 17th Street
Music, Ice Cream, Lemonade
Deselms Fine Art and Nagle Warren Mansion B&B
|A VICTORIAN HOLIDAY CELEBRATION
From soft, green garlands to the twinkling white lights outlining the mansion's exterior, come celebrate the season at the Nagle Warren Mansion. From Thanksgiving through New Year's Day, the mansion is transformed into a holiday wonderland.
Join us for our very special Christmas High Teas or drop by for a bit of caroling and eggnog. It's the perfect way to take the edge off the holiday season and celebrate it in style. Rise to a delicious gourmet breakfast that will give you all the energy you need to hit the shops. And don't worry about rising early, you're in Cheyenne where the pace is slow and shopping is unique and easy-going.
This year, escape the malls and meander over to Sierra Trading Post, Dillards, The Wrangler, Just Dandy, Home Depot or Wyoming Home. When you have your wish lists whittled down or finished, relax at the mansion and enjoy the numerous holiday events about town.
See our Victorian Yule Tide calendar of events.
Goblins & Ghouls Halloween Getaway
October 19 & 20, 26 & 27, and 30 & 31, 2012
Tour Cheyenne's Ghostly places and learn about our wonderful goblins and ghouls on the Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley. Arrive early and enjoy a delightful dinner at one of the fifteen restaurants in walking distance. After the trolley return to the comfort and safety of the mansion for a great nights rest and gourmet breakfast in the morning. Late check out encouraged. Package includes: trolley tickets, self guided Historic Lakeview Cemetery Tour, one (1) night accommodations and a full breakfast for two people.Priced from $155.00 plus tax. Call for reservations at 800-811-2610. Subject to ticket availability.
Artist of the Month & Art Design & Dine Art Walk
Each Month we have a guest artist exhibit in the Conference center.Most of the shows are hung for the entire month. On the second Thursday of each month there is a community art walk called Art Design & Dine. The many galleries feature a special artist for each walk in addition to their regular show.
April - Carol Epler & Vicky Russell
|May - Michelle McDonald|
June - Sue Miller & Jeanne MacKinsey
Jeanne Mackenzie’s style of painting is a blend of impressionism and realism. Her paintings are done in oil with rich warm tones and a painterly application. These reflect the bold light and striking contrasts of her favorite still lifes and western landscapes.
Jeanne Mackenzie is a Colorado resident living in the Fort Collins area where she is one of the founding members of the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters. Graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Teaching Credential from San Diego State University she eventually fell in love with and devoted herself to oils. She has studied with Clyde Aspevig, Michael Lynch, Matt Smith and Calvin Liang. Her paintings are featured in several fine art galleries in Colorado, California and Arizona.
Her artwork has earned Merit Awards and shown at juried shows throughout the United States including the Oil Painters of America Show, CM Russell Invitational Show and Arts for the Parks-Top 100 (award of excellence). Jeanne has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine’s Best of the West and My World, American Artist’s Workshop Magazine, Plein Air Magazine and International Artist Magazine-Master Artists. She was invited to be a part of the Richeson Art Series Book and art book Dust on My Shoes/Sun on my Back. Her work has hung in the Houston Museum of Natural Science and Minnesota’s Tweed Museum. She shares her love of art by teaching national and international (Italy, Guatemala, Mexico) painting workshops and has been on staff at the Denver Art Museum teaching color theory, composition and painting.
July - Cecil Burnett & Philipa Lack
Cecil -- I have painted professionally for the past 19 years. My first competition was with the Visual Arts Association, Cheyenne, Wyoming where I won the Best of Show. From then on I was hooked! I have competed in several shows around Colorado and Wyoming and won various awards. Most recently I placed in the Top 100 for Paint America in the miniature competition and Top 50 miniatures for Paint the Parks, 2008 and 2010; and placed in the top 5 for the 2010 Wyoming Conservation Stamp competition.
|August - Kathi Tarantola|
|September - Katie Christensen & Karen Cotton|
|October - Barbara Wolf, Janet Michalewski, & Charlotte Zink|
|November - Karen Henneck & jennett Stutzman|
|Photography as fine art Jurored Show|
Cheyenne Calendar of Events from the Cheyenne Chamber