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This exciting exhibition gives people the chance to get close and personal with some of their favorite actors and actresses from the golden age of Hollywood films. With over 50 costumes and personal effects, many of the greatest stars are at the Ellen Noël including Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Doris Day, Tallulah Bankhead, Greta Garbo, Judy Garland, Katharine Hepburn, Grace Kelly, John Wayne, Tyrone Power, Elizabeth Taylor, and even Marilyn Monroe.
Since the era of silent films, costumes have served as a critical element of the story telling process. While the purpose of costuming has remained the same over the past century, the process by which costumes are created for a film had changed significantly and now a hundred years later, has come full circle. These costumes are one tool that the film maker has to tell the story.
Help bring the Hollywood Stars to the Museum!
We are giving everyone in the community a chance sponsor their favorite Hollywood costume. For your donation of $500, a sign with your name or logo will be displayed next to that costume. Costumes can be sponsored by individuals, several people, organizations, companies or in remembrance. There are 40 costume sponsor opportunities, check below for a list of costumes and email Aggie Acosta at firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.
Phone number to Ellen Noel Art Museum 432-55-9696. email@example.com
Our Second meeting of our 2019 Buckle Series Ranch Rodeo season. The committee will discuss awards, locations and finalizing events. Our first rodeo is March 2nd.
Everyone is welcome to come check it out, however only the members can vote.
Come join us for our monthly round-up meeting! We’ll be talking about our upcoming Obstacle Course Fundraiser AND getting all our upcoming events on the calendar!
We’ll have a no host dinner/drinks from 6-7pm and then our meeting begins at 7pm.
As always, bring a potential new cowgirl with you!
Meet up earlie and eat at the food section in the mall across the street or you can eat at the movies.
Please let us know if your coming by 5:30 so we can watch for you.
We will decide which movie to watch whrn we get there.
Brand new chapter in Whatcom County. Members please bring potential members to our meeting. If you just found us, please come on over and see what we are all about.
You don’t have to own a horse just the love of them.
Lil Sister members can be as young as 21 – 30. Cowgirl members are official starting at age 31 and up… We are all 40Something an holding.
Can’t wait to meet everyone and start making new memories for 2019.
Queen Cindy Honcoop
Snohomish County 4-H Horse Program is looking for volunteers to help out before, during and after their Annual Tack Sale. Multiple types of positions available.
Volunteers receive tickets to purchase items at the Pre-Tack Sale on Friday night March 1st.
The Big Tack Sale is on Saturday March 2nd 10am – 3pm.
Volunteer sign-ups will be on SignUpGenius. The link will be posted as soon as it’s announced.
You can also consign any horse related items in good condition. Consignment dates will be 2/27/19 – 3/2/19.
Consignment pick up is Sunday 3/3/19.
$5.00 per horse and rider.
Bring your horse and get into the arena when the weather outside is not so nice.
Enter off of Kok Rd. at Gate #7, park in field next to horse barn, fill out a payment envelope you will find on the blue barrel community ride box at entrance to arena.
Come out to the bowling alley and watch our ladies in pink bowl. They are on different teams. So there is a lot of hoot and hollering each other. Come eat lunch at the concession stand. Interested in bowling on a team. Let them know when sign-ups are.
Take a picture and let me know that you went.
Come out and get some riding and cow work done. Ranch sorting practice night. Low key fun evening riding. Any level of riding encouraged to come out. Members 3 rides for $10.
Join us for a trail ride to our favorite place Canyon Road. We will meet in the parking lot of the Elks Lodge and ride from there. It is a bar ditch ride. We will meet at 2pm and then ride out at 3. We will need a couple of extra hands to help ferry trailers to Canyon.
Come out and join us!
Come join us for an evening of fun and good food!
Come play Bunco with the girls. Everyone will need to put $5.00 in the pot which will be divided among winners. We can do potluck or bring light snacks either way. Contact me with ideas. 432-556-6511.
This will be a monthly event. Last Thursday…..
Lots of vendors and good clinics. Roster will be at the Pounds booth.
We have learned the Washington Horse Expo opens at noon on Friday, so we will meet at Shari’s Restaurant parking lot at 10:45 to carpool to Vancouver.
Let’s all meet for breakfast and share a ride to the Washington Horse Expo. Be at Shari’s Cafe and Pies in King City by 8 am to have a quick breakfast, and we will divide up and carpool to the event.
If you are in the area or will be attending the Washington State Horse Expo, please join us!
Dinner! Great place to gather after the first day of the Washington State Horse Expo.
Everyone welcome. We will have a section to ourselves.
Join KB Designs at the Montague Hall on Friday, March 1, at 6 p.m. for a fun night of sign making. Chose from 6 options of 12×18 framed signs, 3 porch signs and Simply Blessed wreath sign. All materials are included. There is a drop down menu to be able to reserve your spot and choose the sign you would like. If you are doing a family name sign, please leave the name and number in the comments.
Must register in advance using this link: https://www.thehangerklamath.com/collections/sip-sign-classes/products/montague-hall-sign-class-3-1-6pm?fbclid=IwAR1nwEOIbsMvXJT-rvbLnrywGJAiHOEgagDKUJ6p6EPlqAKZbtzdoH9AGzo
All Classes are non-refundable and non-transferable
Please join us for our monthly Cowgirl round up- Dallas, GA style!! We got the ‘tude! We got the smiles! We got the foods! Got it?
We will be raffling off a door prize again!! Come ‘n git it! Got it?
The 40 SC Stanton TX has cancelled the Ranch Rodeo Series this year. It will return next year.
The 2019 Horse Course will take place in Bustad Hall and the Animal Disease and Biotechnical Facility (ADBF) at the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine. Signs will be posted on the day of the event to direct to the correct location.
To accommodate more participants and to increase the breadth of information presented, we have expanded Horse Course to two sessions! The sessions will occur simultaneously, so please review the topics for each session and choose one to register for. The Core Course is designed for first-time Horse Course attendees, presenting foundational information that we believe is essential for all ages and levels of equestrians. The Rotating Course is designed for returning participants, and will feature different topics every year. Feel free to choose whichever course you wish; age, experience level, or number of times you’ve attended Horse Course do not matter. It’s all up to personal preference!
If you have questions or concerns please contact Analiese Wenger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(This schedule is subject to change)
- Lunch will be provided to all registered participants
- Please wear closed-toed shoes to go into the hospital
- Two sections offered: Core and Rotating. Please choose one section to attend!
8:00 am – Check In
8:30 am – Fat horse lecture
9:15 am – Break
9:30 am – Lameness lecture
10:15 am – Break
10:30 – Dental lecture
10:45 am – Break
11:00 am – Hospital Tours Ambassadors
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 pm –
Group A: Painted horse (equine anatomy)
Group B: Dentistry Demonstration
1:45 pm –
Group A: Dentistry Demonstration
Group B: Painted horse (equine anatomy)
2:30 pm – Break
2:45 pm – Parasites lecture
3:15 am – Break
3:30 pm – Physical Exam lecture
8:00 am – Check In
8:30 am – Nutrition lecture
9:00 am – Break
9:15 am –
Group A: Water treadmill demonstration
Group B: Endoscope demonstration
1o:00 am –
Group A: Endoscope demonstration
Group B: Water treadmill demonstration
10:45 am – Break
11:00 am – Parasitology lecture
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 pm – Podiatry lecture
1:30 pm – Break
1:45 pm – Angular limb deformities lecture
2:15 pm – Break
2:30 pm –
Group A: Foal heartbeat demonstration
Group B: Hospital Tours Ambassadors
3:15 pm –
Group A: Hospital Tours Ambassadors
Group B: Foal heartbeat demonstration
Great opportunity with some fun time with your favorite equine. Bill is offering $10 discount to 40 Something Cowgirl members. Class is $35 for members, $45 for non members
This is a true trail run that takes place through a working farm. Runners can expect to see livestock, farming practices and more on the Tarleton College Farm!
Trail Run starts at 9:00 am and the Fun Run directly after.
Walk-up registration at 7:45am / Trail Run at 9am
Registration fee includes t-shirt, small breakfast and tours. Registrations received by February 20 are guaranteed a shirt.
$30.00 Trail Run (3 miles)
$25.00 Fun Run (1 Mile)
Prizes will be awarded per age division, male and female in each age group:
Elementary, Jr. High, High School, TSU Students, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Walk up registration is welcome, but you will not be guaranteed a t-shirt
Pre-race refreshments will be available
There will be one water stop on the course
The race will take place at Tarleton State University’s Agricultural Mechanics Building, which is located on College Farm Road (County Road 518) in Stephenville, Texas. (Google Maps calls it ‘Tarleton State College Farm.’)
From Highway 281, turn west on East Lingleville Road. Next, turn north on CR 518/College Farm Road. That is the entrance to the farm. The Agricultural Mechanics Building is the first one on the right.
Parking is available at the new Agricultural Mechanics Building, the Equine Center, and in front of the Teaching Pavilion.
Park at La Cabana, trail ride approximately 2 hours, will be some hill climbing and possibly water crossings. Lunch afterwards at the restaurant. This event is sponsored by ETI Corral 86 and there will be a $10 insurance fee due for non members.
Join us for a fun day of riding at Rutledge Bluff Overlook Trail-Hawker Point trail head. Elaine McElroy will be trail boss of this event. Because I’ll get you lost! Haha. I get lost in my own backyard. Bring snacks to keep your tummies happy because after the ride we will head over to Kens Restaurant for dinner at 978 N. State Highway 39 for a delicious dining experience. Elaine said don’t let the outside scare you because the food is outta this world!
From Stockton take MO 39 S. to S. 1425 Road/Airport Road. Continue on S. 1425 to your destination. Hawker Point Highway H Stockton Mo.
Arcola to Hawker Point Head West on State Highway Y toward Mo-39 North. Turn right onto 1st cross street onto MO-39 N. Turn right onto E Highway H. Turn Right onto State highway H/S 1425 Road/S Highway H Continue onto H Highway for 1.5 miles 0.3 turn left 0.1 turn right. Destination will be on the right Hawker Point H Highway Stockton MO.
Lets pray it’s a warm day since Spring is around the corner.
The land surrounding the lake contains hundreds of acres of native prairie grasses, rolling hills and thick forests that turn crimson in autumn. An abundance of wildlife lives both in and around the water, including wild turkey, great blue heron, deer and bald eagles. Sounds like a Riders dream.
Take a break and meet for lunch. Then shop around the corner at The Tack Shop. Cowgirl fun !