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February programs set at National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum

BY EDWINA JOHNSTON Modified: January 28, 2013 at 1:57 pm •  Published: January 28, 2013

Feb. 14, 2013 (6-10 p.m.)

Enjoy a buffet dinner and dancing hosted by the Museum's Dining on Persimmon Hill restaurant in the lovely Sam Noble Special Events Center. Museum galleries open. Reservations required (405) 478-2250, Ext. 281.

Workshop: Bright Cut Engraving                                                             

Feb. 12-15, 2013

In cooperation with the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association, the Museum presents a workshop instructed by TCAA silversmith David Alderson. The workshop will cover bright cut engraving. Participants must supply their own tools. Tuition $400, limited enrollment with advance reservations required, (405) 478-2250, Ext. 277

Born to This Land—Visual and Musical Journey Through the Rangelands of the West

Feb. 22, 2013 (Buffet at 5:30 p.m.; Performance at 7 p.m.)

This concert is a magical combination of the West’s beloved Western musicians against a backdrop of spectacular photographs by Bob Moorhouse and David Stoecklein. The concert stars Red Steagall, Don Edwards, Jean Prescott and Dan Roberts. Reservations required. Make online or (405) 478-2250, Ext. 219

An Enduring Legacy: Photos of the Otoe-Missouria People

Opens Feb. 22, 2013

The Museum opens a small exhibition of historical photographs from the Otoe-Missouria tribe, now headquartered in Red Rock, Oklahoma. Once part of a single tribe that lived in the Great Lakes Region of the United States, the Otoe and Missouria separated in the 1500s and migrated west and south. Later, they were the first tribe to council with Lewis & Clark, and the states of Nebraska and Missouri are named after them. Exhibit closes May 12, 2013.

February 23 – March 21, 2013

Oklahoma Youth Expo Western Art Show

Opens Feb. 23, 2013

The top award-winning entries from the Oklahoma Youth Expo Western Art Show are exhibited outside the Nona Jean Hulsey Rumsey Art Education Center in the Museum’s east hall. This art show precedes the Oklahoma Youth Expo, the world’s largest junior livestock show, held at State Fair Park. Exhibit closes March 21, 2013.


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