The December issue of our newsletter is now on-line - see: Newsletter. In this issue
you'll find the tentative entertainment line up for the 2017 Kamloops Cowboy Festival as well as other information on the Festival - like the
Thursday night Ramada dinner dance and the Alberta bus tour to the Festival. The Joe Marten Award recipient name has been released and there's
a couple of stories ... a horse training clinic geared to cattle work, The Wardens show in 70 Mile House, a CD review, and a story on Bill
The 21st Annual Kamloops Cowboy Festival - March 16th to 19th, 2017
See the Festival page for details.
The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees for 2017 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 2017 Joe Marten Memorial Award for the Preservation of Cowboy Heritage in BC is Diana French. There will be a presentation
of the award Saturday night, March 18th at the Kamloops Cowboy Festival. Information on Diana has now been posted on the
Heritage Award page under "Recipients".
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