Visit Crawford County Historical Museum in Pittsburg, Kansas for the fastest growing Wild West Show in Southeast Kansas, April 28th and 29th.
Friday, 29th is designated for school kids to come out and learn about Life on the Kansas Trail. On Friday evening, bring your lawn chair and enjoy a great line-up of Cowboy Singing and Poetry around the campfire from 6pm-8pm.
On Saturday 29th, 9am-3pm, take a step back in time as visitors learn how the Old West worked and its importance today. Watch demonstrations throughout the day, enjoy Wild West shows and skits, Mighty Mo Chuckwagon demonstration, Missouri Fur Co. Mountain Men Encampment, Will Rogers trick roping, Chris Camp,The Bullwhip Guy, Osage Longhouse, Cherokee Native Blowgun and flute making. Listen to historians discuss ways of the Old West, shop vendors, cowboy singing, plus more.
Visit https://www.crawfordcountymuseum.com/post/2023-cow-creek-cowboy-days for a complete line-up of events. Admission is free, but be on the lookout for bandits.
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