Western Heritage Celebration
A Monthly Western Entertainment Series with Fresh Talent each Month. Music, poetry, performing and fine arts along with historical accounts including verbal story telling and written literature are a few methods in which this is done. Award winning entertainers, artists, authors and storytellers bring to life factual and legendary myths of the West. Offering quality, historical entertainment at affordable pricing is a must. Promoting Central Arizona, entertaining & educating the public and “Keepin’ the West Alive” is added benefit!
This month’s show is at: The Historic Woman’s Club Building, 407 N. Sacaton, Casa Grande, AZ 85122. (SW corner of Florence and Sacaton) and presents Mike Moutoux (featured performer) and Lee Anderson (featured author).
Mike Moutoux is a cowboy entertainer and poet, commonly known as “New Mexico’s Enchanting Cowboy.” He will put you as close to being in the saddle as words and music will allow – and leave you laughing at the same time. His motto is, “To capture the feelings of the places and the essence of the people I run across living and working here (the West).” For more on Mike go to – www.enchantingcowboy.com
Lee Anderson is a superb horseman and student of cowboy history. Spending a good deal of his 70+ years working with horses, over time, he came to realize most problems people have with horses can be attributed to the same root cause: communication (or the lack thereof). His book, Developing the Art of Equine Communication, gives you a good insight into why many common problems occur. For more on Lee, go to – www.historicaloldwest.org/index.html
Your host for the evening is Jim Olson. He is a ranch-raised cowboy, author, poet and entrepreneur living on a ranch near Stanfield, AZ that once belonged to John Wayne. He has three published books and will be signing at the event as well. For more on Jim, go to – www.jimolsonauthor.com
Show time 7pm Saturday July 28, 2012
Bonus! – Open mike session at 6pm
Tickets are available at Foutz Trading Post in Old Town Casa Grande, on the web at www.brownpapertickets.com or at Powell’s Feed and Supply in Casa Grande. For further information, questions, tickets, etc. call: 520-424-9500 (Jim) or 520-705-5901 (Nancy).
Brought to you by Nancy Ruybal – www.katycreek.com and Bobbi Jeen Olson – www.bobbijeen.com and the Stanfield Social Club, a 501(c)3 charitable organization. (A portion of the proceeds benefit area youth.)4
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