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National Day of the Cowboy

10am-5pm, July 24, 2021 | Old Cowtown Museum

The "National Day of the Cowboy," celebrates the everyday working cowboy. The character who with words and deeds created the west. There will be demonstrations of the many skills that were required to do this tough, demanding and unpredictable work. There will also be music and poetry that reflect the life they lived. In addition, OCM will be celebrating Wichita's birthday, remembering those who by force of will created the largest city in Kansas.

  • Admission:

    $9/adults, $8/seniors (ages 62+), $7/youth (ages 12-17), $6/kids (ages 5-11). Kids 4 and under, Cowtown members, military members and their families, and educators get in free.

  • Days:

    July 24, 2021

  • 2021-07-24 2021-07-24 17:00:00 National Day of the Cowboy <p>The "National Day of the Cowboy," celebrates the everyday working cowboy. The character who with words and deeds created the west. There will be demonstrations of the many skills that were required to do this tough, demanding and unpredictable work. There will also be music and poetry that reflect the life they lived. In addition, OCM will be celebrating Wichita's birthday, remembering those who by force of will created the largest city in Kansas.</p> 1865 W. Museum Blvd. Wichita, KS America/Chicago
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