Sunday, October 29
11:00 am – 5:00 pm: Museum open
11:00 am: Cowboy Church – Museum Festival Grounds
Led by Pastor Jason Lyle of The Open Range Church, Cowboy Church is a non-denominational service featuring cowboy prayers and Western spiritual music.
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Southeastern Cowboy Festival – Museum Festival Grounds
Enjoy two stages of continuous entertainment including Western music, re-enactments of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, demonstrations of traditional Native American dancing, living history encampments of pioneer skills from bygone days, a Western marketplace, and fun and free children’s activities such as art projects, hay bale calf roping, chalk art, Western Town Bouncy House, M&R Trackless Train rides, and the Little Red Barn Petting Zoo featuring chickens, sheep, goats, ponies, cows, pigs, rabbits, and more! Marketplace vendors will be selling Western art and collectibles, jewelry and clothing, food, pottery, and much more! And, don’t forget to stroll through the festival grounds and interact with Western entertainers and characters!
Music Stage (Food Court)
Noon: Innovative Bluegrass Band the Old Mill Road Band
1:00 pm: Cowboy Music & Poetry with Jim Dorsett and Tom Kerlin
2:00 pm: Innovative Bluegrass Band the Old Mill Road Band
3:00 pm: Western Singer/Songwriter Phil Helton
4:00 pm: Cowboy Music & Poetry with Jim Dorsett and Tom Kerlin
Wild West Stage (Festival Grounds)
11:00 am: Cowboy Church with Pastor Jason Lyle
Noon: Re-enactment – The Gunfight at O.K. Corral by Shadows of the Past
12:30 pm: Traditional Native American Dancing by Go Native Now!
1:30 pm: The Cowboy Creed with Hopalong Cassidy and Jim Dunham
2:00 pm: Trick & Fancy Roping with Cowboy Bruce Brannen
2:30 pm: Western Themed Entertainment with Jim Dunham
3:00 pm: Re-enactment – The Gunfight at O.K. Corral by Shadows of the Past
3:30 pm: Traditional Native American Dancing by Go Native Now!
4:30 pm: Western Themed Entertainment with Jim Dunham
Cowpoke Corner (Children’s Area)
2:00 pm: Giant bubbles with Sweet Pea the Clown and Markey