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Gallery 71 Cheyenne Frontier Days art show and sale opens

Click on the image "Of Beauty and Beast" by Georgia Roswell do download the show catalog

The Gallery 71 art show and sale sponsored by the Cheyenne Class of 1971 is now open at the Deselms Gallery, 300 E. 17th Street in Downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming. Four artists have their works on display through the end of the class reunion on August 7th.

The artists include Dave Rowswell, Georgia Rowswell, Diana Helzer and Sumiko O’Hashi (from the collection of Alan O’Hashi).

Click on the image “Of Beauty and Beast” by Georgia Roswell to download a copy of the show catalog.

The show is a collaboration among the Class of 1971, LightsOn! downtown group, Wyoming Community Media and the Deselms Gallery.

For more information about the class reunion, please check out the webpage at http://www.cheyenne71.com and join the facebook page at http://www.cheyenne71.org

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‘Oh, You Cowgirl’ documentary film to screen July 23rd

Oh, You Cowgirl to screen July 23rd - Click the image and watch the trailer

The Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, the Cowgirls of the West Museum and Wyoming Community Media in association with LightsOn! Downtown Group present a special screening of the documentary film “Oh, You Cowgirl” and a special appearance by director, producer and entertainer Shirley Morris.

Looking for something to do after the rodeo or before the night show? Be Inspired… See Oh, You Cowgirl Saturday July 23rd! Check out the event on facebook.

Buy tickets $10 in advance or $12 at the door (checks, cash, credit cards) Walk up Box Office – Phoenix Books and Music 1612 Capitol Avenue 307-632-3476

They left a legacy so steeped in American Lore, you wonder, “Could it be true?” Take an unforgettable journey with the cowgirls who redefined the West.

Director and producer Shirley Morris learned about the cowgirls who came west as ranchers and homesteaders and the women of the wild west shows. It has become her passion and heart to bring their stories to as many people who will listen.

SHIRLEY MORRIS Director and Producer, 'Oh, You Cowgirl

Their contribution to the history of the west along with what they have given generationally in spirit is important and she believes the courage, tenacity, strength and grit of these women has contributed, greatly and unselfishly to who we are as westerners and Americans. Women have achieved so much and in many ways it is because of the cowgirls of the west who, as stated in the film, “…. were more courageous than they had a right to be.

The Historic Hynds Building has reopened as a cultural and arts center. The screening will be the inaugural film event in the unique venue located in the heart of Downtown Cheyenne.