To pay tribute to America’s cowboys and cowgirls, Have Wagons, Will Travel will celebrate the National Day of the Cowboy July 28 at the Booth Western Art Museum.
“The National Day of the Cowboy celebration dates back to 2005,” said Ron Bellamy, director of Have Wagons, Will Travel. “It was started to honor and help preserve America’s rich pioneer spirit and cowboy heritage.
“The fourth Saturday of July has been set aside as the national day. Our group, Have Wagons, Will Travel, approached the wonderful people at the Booth Western Art Museum in 2016 about the possibility of allowing
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