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... horse shows, livestock competitions, auctions and booths selling everything from cowboy boots to Native American jewelry. Denver, Colorado National Western Stock Show at (303) 297-1166 Visit the web site ...
2. Cheyenne Frontier Days
(Events/Rodeos)
... celebrates the Old West with a 10-day wingding of top-name entertainers, parades, free pancake breakfasts, cowboys, cowgirls, Native American Indians, broncs, bulls and wild horses.   Cheyenne, Wyoming ...
... food, fun and excitement, including evening entertainment from some of Country Western's biggest stars. Taking place over 10 exciting days, visitors will enjoy parades, Native American dancing and storytelling, ...
4. Festival of the Springs
(Events/Festivals)
... gear, an annual park pass and other souvenirs. Historical characters, Native American dancers and fantastic lasso demonstrations are all part of this daylong celebration. Bring a picnic meal or purchase ...
... from Pueblo will present Hispanic Folk Music and Dance programs at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the fort plaza. The Western art of professional artist and Colorado native Joe Velazquez will be on display in an ...
Premiere Of Carolyn Dunn’s The Frybread Queen Native Voices at the Autry continues its vital role as the country's only equity theatre company dedicated exclusively to developing the work of Native American ...
7. Buffalo Bill's Western Roundup!
(Events/Festivals)
Buffalo Bill's Western Roundup! Meet Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley. Learn how a civil war cannon works. Shake hands with Native Americans and learn about their culture. These are just a few of the FREE ...
8. Solvang Danish Days
(Events/Celebrations)
Solvang Danish Days Sponsored by the charitable Danish Days Foundation, Solvang, the village known as the "Danish Capital of America" celebrates its 100th anniversary throughout 2011 and its 75th annual ...
9. Virgen De Guadalupe Celebration
(Events/Celebrations)
Virgen De Guadalupe Celebration Celebrating the Virgen de Guadalupe's appearance to native Mexican St. Juan Diego in 1531. Food, shopping and family entertainment. Olvera Street / downtown Los Angeles ...
Indian Art and Crafts Holiday Fair Just in time for holiday shopping, this is a wonderful opportunity to discover unique, Native-made holiday gifts. The California State  Indian Museum is located at 2618 ...
... American Indian Arts Marketplace is an annual celebration of Native American art. This fun and entertaining weekend includes performances by local Native American musicians, story tellers, dancers, and ...
... American Indian Arts Marketplace is an annual celebration of Native American art. This fun and entertaining weekend includes performances by local Native American musicians, story tellers, dancers, and ...
... 30-2:30 p.m. and 3:30-4:30 p.m. American Indian Cultural Presentation: Games 2-4 p.m. The Art of Native American Basketry tours 2-4 p.m. Live American Indian Music The Autry Center, Los Angeles www.theautry.org ...
14. Scottsdale Native Trails
(Events/Festivals)
Scottsdale Native Trails On January 20, 2011, Native Trails, presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation and produced by the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, debuts its eighth season of free ...
15. Plains Indian Museum Powwow
(Events/Festivals)
... event that brings in talented dancers and drum groups who will show you what a powwow is all about. Over 40 Native artists have booths on the powwow grounds, along with fry bread vendors and a grill ...
16. Lost Dutchman Second Annual Round Up
(Events/Celebrations)
... and live reptiles, and birds from Liberty Wildlife; taste jellies from desert plants made by naturalist Jean Groen. Try Tai Chi, or choose native plants for sale. All at the Group Camp Use site. Join ...
17. Walking Tours of Old Town Tubac
(Events/Outdoors Shows)
... rich heritage of Arizona’s first European settlement. Learn about early Native American inhabitants, Spanish explorers, mining booms, Apache attacks, kidnappings, duels and other episodes in Tubac’s colorful ...
... one of the oldest traces or trails in North America, having first been used by Native Americans as far back as prehistoric times. Extending from Tennessee to South Carolina, the Turnpike was later used ...
San Francisco's historic Presidio Officers’ Club reopened to the public the weekend of Oct. 4-5, 2014, after a three-year intensive rehabilitation of the building and its original adobe structure, dating ...
... and Western and Native American entertainment scheduled throughout the festival, including Native American dances, cowboy tales, historic reenactments and square dancing.   Also that weekend will ...
... an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, weaves the varied threads of the western experience—history and myth, art and Native culture, firearms, and the nature and science of Yellowstone—into the rich ...
... for California's history, and much of the West's history as well. The collections inside the center are nothing short of incredible. They include the largest collection of Native American basketry caps ...
... to moderate hike. Programs last approximately two hours. Visitors may call the Montezuma Castle Visitor Center at (928) 567-3322 ext. 221 for more information. The legacy of the Sinagua native culture ...
... preferred alternative between the draft and final EIS include refinements at the South Entrance to ensure adequate parking, provision of additional parking near the picnic area for periods when the shuttle ...
... at 1 p.m., visitors are asked to come to the Education Center to help gather prairie grass seeds. The locally collected native prairie seed will be used in maintenance and restoration projects. The harvest ...
... of the American West, keeping western experiences alive. The Center, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, weaves the varied threads of the western experience-history and myth, art and Native culture, ...
30. Robert Hass, Gerald Vizenor and the Japanese Haiku
(People & Lifestyle/Writing the West / Elise McHugh)
... is deeply involved in cultivating the publication of other American Indian writers. He is currently coeditor of two university press book series: the University of Nebraska Press's Native Storiers (with ...
... find alternative things to do and places to visit. Currently only through traffic is allowed in one of the West's most popular national parks, meaning travelers can still see many of the iconic features ...
... there are alternative routes available to reach Yosemite National Park. The Rim Fire has now burned more than 235,000 acres, making it California's fourth largest fire. On Tuesday, officials reported ...
The oldest hotel in Yellowstone National Park, Lake Yellowstone Hotel, has received a bottom-up facelift that would make any grand dame of 122 years proud. The project, costing in excess of $10 million, ...
... by the native population is a problem recognized by many historians and new citizens alike. "For understanding how and why our country works, it is necessary to grasp how it came to be - from the ideas ...
... drive. "This is a new experience, smiled Mississippi native Cooper Dixon as we rode along. "But I'm definitely enjoying it! First time I've pushed horses across country like this." We spent much of the ...
36. Donal Jolley’s Passion for the Southwest
(People & Lifestyle/People of the West)
... activities. Jolley's met many artists who shared similar passions about the Southwest, including Native Americans. "I remember meeting a Navajo artist one time around Canyon de Chelly (National Monument)," ...
... race. A Native American village, an Old West town called "Wild Horse Gulch," a saloon, square dancing, a chuck wagon cook-off, pancake breakfasts, and an art show carry through the frontier theme. Rounding ...
Bruce Lee, an important icon for both Chinese and Americans alike, will be honored during Los Angeles Chinatown's historic 75th Anniversary celebration on June 15, 2013, to be held in conjunction with ...
... trees, mesquites, and wildlife. The trail connects significant historic and cultural resources, provides healthy lifestyle benefits, and gives residents a safe transportation alternative. Joining a Bigger ...
Yellowstone National Park has updated its fishing regulations for the 2013 season which began on May 25. The changes have been made to better align the regulations with the park's Native Fish Conservation ...
... to depict the Native peoples of the American West. In an exhibition that opened to the public on May 4, the Center collaborates with the Smithsonian Institution to display 64 unique firearms-many of them ...
... the San Francisco Bay Area. The GGNRA chronicles two hundred years of history, from the Native American culture, the Spanish Empire frontier and the Mexican Republic, to maritime history, the California ...
... encompasses a broad range of events and activities, including a children's art activity tent, family friendly film screenings, a Native American Clothing Contest, and traditional Native dance performances. ...
... nature of wildlife corridors which include natural habitats found within national parks along the Rocky Mountains and into the Southwest. She will also review the history of America's native wildlife habitats ...
An anonymous tip has led to the recovery of five Native American petroglyph panels cut out from a major rock art site on the Volcanic Tableland north of Bishop, California in late 2012. "We got all five ...
... and cultural history of native Americans, settlers and explorers. In addition to changing the park's status from national monument to national park, the legislation names the park's 16,000 acres of wilderness ...
Cherokee Nation officials broke ground Jan. 7, 2013 to restore the historic Cherokee National Capitol building in Tahlequah, Okla. to its late 1800s appearance. The building served as the first permanent ...
48. These Are Exciting Times for Western Authors, Publishers
(People & Lifestyle/Editor's Blog / Mike Harris)
... West and the U.S.-Mexico border. She has worked with UNM Press for six years, and is a native New Mexican. UNM Press has been our distributing partner since we began publishing in 2007. They have supported ...
Visitors to Scottsdale, Arizona can get a rare glimpse into the Native American nations that span the Southwest during the 11th season of Native Trails, presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation and ...
The Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) on Dec. 12, 2012 took steps to enhance motorcoach safety by updating its safety plan and by making it easier for consumers ...
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