Join the famous Frontier Times Museum as we celebrate the National Day of the American Cowboy in Bandera, Cowboy Capital of the World! Where else but Bandera will you find the perfect place to explore and experience the true cowboy way.
Hey, ya'll. This is HUGE! The U.S. Senate in late June approved a resolution cosponsored by Senator Jeff Bingaman to honor the American Cowboy. The resolution, which declares July 24, 2010 as "National Day of the American Cowboy," will give the state an opportunity to recognize the enduring legacy of Western culture.
Live events include a celebrity benefit concert featuring Avery Sunshine, George Huff, Aquile, and Kenn Coxx, a hall of fame induction ceremony into the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, a western heritage symposium held at the museum center, a one-man Wild Bill Hickok show, the Zydeco Music Festival featuring Step Rideau & the Zydeco Outlaws, and finally the National Multicultural W
Come enjoy “a whole lot of cowboy goin’s on”! See live performances of gunfights, roping, bullwhip cracking, storytelling and historical re-enactments. Listen or dance to live western music. Watch traditional cowboy tradesmen demonstrations and see western art and artists at work. This free event is presented by Sedona Main Street Program with the “Red Rock Posse” and area businesses.
A trader's day held in celebration of the National Day of the American Cowboy, this Pryor event features over 80 Western period merchandise vendors from ten different states selling a wide variety of Western-inspired items including ranch gear, antique spurs, Western saddles, leather items, vintage pistols, cowboy crafts, American Indian items, homemade quilts, soaps, beads, ropes, Western home de