The festival includes school programs, artists including featured artist Buck McCain, workshops, lectures, exhibits, as well as children’s activities, a Native American Indian village and a Western marketplace on the grounds of the museum.
Today’s events include Doc Stovall and the Tumbleweed Cowboy Band while Friday’s activities include artist lectures, an exhibit of Native American culture as art and a Western Concert featuring the Sisters of the Silver Sage.
On Saturday and Sunday, two stages will highlight the event, with several scheduled performers including a Medicine Show, Poets and Singers showcase, open mic and Sisters of the Silver Sage on the Festival Stage, while Fancy Roping demonstrations, “Gunfight at the OK Corral,” a fast draw exhibition and Native American dancing will take place throughout the day on the Wild West Stage.
The event takes place today through Sunday. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for senior adults, $7 for students and $3 for children 12 and under.
Booth Museum members and active military personnel enter free. Concerts, artist workshops and school programs carry additional fees. For a full schedule of events as well as fees, visit online at www.boothmuseum.org.