The May issue of our newsletter is now on-line - see: Newsletter.
In this issue you'll find a review of the 2018 Kamloops Cowboy Festival, but there's also a sneak preview of the 2019
Kamloops Cowboy Festival ... and a sneak preview of the 100 Mile House Cowboy Concert :-). There's some information about
the upcoming South Cariboo Summer Festival, where we'll have a booth, and some follow up stories on the Student scholarships,
the Joe Marten Award, and the 2018 BC Cowboy Hall of Fame inductions. Enjoy!
Next year's Kamloops Cowboy Festival will be March 14th to 17th, 2019.
Tickets will go on sale November 1st, 2018.
The 22nd Annual Kamloops Cowboy Festival was a lot of fun and a great success! Thanks to all that attended and/or took part,
and a special thanks to all of those that volunteered.
See a short review here -->
See Donna Smith's photos on Face Book
See Jerry Stainer's photos on Face Book
The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees for 2018 have now been added to the web site.
See BC Cowboy Hall of Fame
and also see the archives page for a photo and bios on each.
The recipient of the 2018 Joe Marten Memorial Award for the Preservation of Cowboy Heritage in BC is Mark Denny. Mark was presented with the
award on Saturday night, March 16th at the Kamloops Cowboy Festival. Information on Mark has now been posted on the
Heritage Award page under "Recipients".
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