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National Cowboy Symposium and Celebration

This celebration of western heritage includes cowboy poets, musicians, storytellers, crafts, and cook-offs. Lubbock has the nation's largest event of its kind, drawing international participants to the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.
800 692 4035 / 806 795 2455

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Thursday through Saturday

Llano Estacado Driving Society

The Llano Estacado Driving Society will be providing free round trip rides in horse drawn vehicles from the Civic Center to the park area across the street where the chuck wagons and other outdoor exhibits are located. (optional contributions)

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2007 NATIONAL COWBOY SYMPOSIUM TRAIL RIDE

Enjoy a grilled hamburgers on Wednesday evening, for only $7.00 per meal plus live entertainment. On Thursday morning, enjoy a cowboy breakfast for only $7.00 per meal and take a trail ride (starting at 9:00 am) on one of Texas' historic.

Limited pens for overnight campers available. Bring your own feed, hay, water, buckets and lawn chairs.  Current Coggins test (within one year of the Trail Ride date) and liability release required. Horseshoes are highly recommended. We also recommend leggings and long sleeved shirts!

Price for the ride is $25.00 - pre-registration and payment are required through the Symposium office. There will be a limited number of riders allowed on the property.

For information, forms or questions contact: (806) 798-7825

Friday - September 7th and Saturday - September 8th, 2007

Friday - September 7th and Saturday - September 8th, 2007

2007 AMERICAN COWBOY CULTURE AWARDS

presented by The American Cowboy Culture Association, Inc.

Previously on Thursday, the Award Presentations have been incorporated into Friday and Saturday Evening Performances.

Miss Rodeo America: Ashley Andrews - Bowman, North Dakota

Ranching: Mrs. Linda Davis - Cimarron, New Mexico

Western Art: Gary Niblett - Santa Fe, New Mexico

Cowboy Culture Event: Durango Cowboy Gathering  - Durango, Colorado

Working Cowboy: Bill McClelland - Sterling City, Texas

Western Museum: Desert Caballeros Museum - Wickenburg, Arizona

 Western Writing & Publishing: Randy Witte - Peyton, Colorado

Rodeo-Barrel Racing and Roping: R.E. & Martha Josey - Karnack, Texas

Special Award: Carl Nafzger - Lexington, Kentucky and Olton, Texas

Special Award: Mel & Wendy Potter - Marana, Arizona and Bancroft, Wisconsin

Friday, September 7th

8:00 am 'till 5:00 pm -- Registration

10:00 am 'till 6:00 pm -- Concurrent Sessions (click here for schedule time and locations).

 

 

 

 

Poetry, music, songs, stories, papers, panels, and special presentations inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, and in the park north of the Civic Center.

9:00 am 'till 9:00 pm -- Exhibits and Sale of Western Items in the Exhibit Hall and Pedestrian Mall inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

With 150 - 200 booths of western wear & equipment; boots, saddles & leather goods of all kinds; bits and spurs; sculpture, paintings & drawings; decorative items; jewelry; collectables; educational exhibits etc. It is the largest array of western items of all kinds to be found in one place, anywhere.

             

 

 

 

10:00 am - 5:00 pm -West Texas Native American Association Events - Educational Events for Children.    

Located in park North of Lubbock Civic Center, along Avenue O between 4th Street and Mac Davis Lane (formerly 6th Street)

Noon - 1:30 pm - BBQ Brisket Sandwich with Beans & Iced Tea.

With Musical entertainment and volunteer awards presentations on the outdoor stage. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

3:00 pm

Craig Cameron Horse Training Seminar & Demonstration. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

5:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m. - West Texas Native American Association Regional Indigenous Musical Artists, Art/Crafts Vendors, Indigenous Food (Located in park North of Lubbock Civic Center, along Avenue O between 4th Street and Mac Davis Lane (formerly 6th Street)

7:30 - 9:30 pm --  Evening Performance -- Music, Poetry, Storytelling and The American Cowboy Culture Awards in the Theater inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.     Please make note, there is only one scheduled performance on Friday night.


Saturday, September 8th

9:00 am 'till 9:00 pm - Exhibits and Sale of Western Items in the Exhibit Hall and Pedestrian Mall inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.                With 150 - 200 booths of western wear & equipment; boots, saddles & leather goods of all kinds; bits and spurs; sculpture, paintings &  drawings; decorative items; jewelry; collectables; educational exhibits etc. It is the largest array of western items of all kinds to be found in one place, anywhere.

10:00 am 'till 6:00 pm - Concurrent Sessions (click here for schedule time and locations). Poetry, music, songs, stories, papers, panels, and special presentations inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, and in the park north of the Civic Center.

10:00 am -- Parade of the Horse - Sponsored by the Llano Estacado Driving Society

10:00 am - 10:30 pm

West Texas Native American Association Pow-Wow, Art/Crafts Vendors, Indigenous Foods

Located in the park area North of the Civic Center. Along Avenue O, between 4th Street and Mac Davis Lane (formerly 6th Street).

  • HOST DRUM - Otter Trail, OK and Atsa Butte, AZ

  • MASTER OF CEREMONY - June Sovo, OK.

  • HEAD MAN DANCER - Israel Sotelo Ramirez, Lubbock, TX, Pascua Yaqui of Arizona

  • HEAD LADY DANCER - Tavia Torralba Ramirez, Lubbock, TX, Comanche Nation/Pascua Yaqui of  Arizona

  • COMANCHE  NATION/PASCUA YAQUI OF ARIZONA

  • ARENA DIRECTOR - Jimmy Hitchcock, OK

  • 10:00 am-Gourd dancing

  • 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm GRAND ENTRY

  • Dinner Break 5:00-6:00 pm

For more information call (806) 747-4932, (806) 832-4207
Email: wtnaa@yahoo.com
US mail: 904 14th ST., Shallowater, TX 79363

 

11:00 am and 2:00 pm

Craig Cameron Horse Training Seminar & Demonstration. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

Noon 'till 1:30 pm - NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP CHUCK WAGON COOK-OFF

Meal and Musical Entertainment

Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

The chuck wagons of the old west that followed the trail herd and cooked at the roundups are gone. But the National Championship Chuck Wagon Cook-off is a revival of the skills that were used to keep the cowboys fed and fit. The cook-off is an event that brings to the wagon crew and those who eat at the wagon a chance to taste a part of western history.

Noon - 1:30 pm BBQ Brisket Sandwich - with Beans & Iced Tea.

2:00 pm - Craig Cameron Horse Training Seminar & Demonstration. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

5:00 pm -- 7:00 pm - BBQ Brisket meal - with Iced Tea.

7:00 - 9:30 pm --   Evening Performance -- Music, Poetry, Storytelling and American Cowboy Culture Awards in the Theater inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.      Please make note, there is only one scheduled performance on Saturday night.

Sunday, September 9th

7:30 am 'till 9:00 am -  CHUCK WAGON BREAKFAST

Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

Meal includes eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits, juice & coffee.

9:30 am - 11 am - NON-DENOMINATIONAL COWBOY DEVOTIONAL SERVICE

Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

Music and Poetry by scheduled performers

Bible lesson brought by Dr. Kenneth Wyatt, Tulia, Texas

10:00 am - 5:00 pm - West Texas Native American Association Pow-Wow, Art/Crafts Vendors, Indigenous Food  

Located in park north of Lubbock Civic Center, along Avenue O between 4th Street and Mac Davis Lane (formerly 6th Street)

West Texas Native American Association Pow-Wow Lunch Break 12:30-1:30 pm

West Texas Native American Association Pow-Wow 2:00 pm Grand Entry


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