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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
Virgil Peterson is hosting a sorting fun day series at his place on February 16, 2019. Entries start at 9 am. $30 for practice with an all draw format. Pot luck lunch with the main dish provided. Please bring a side dish to share. There will be a $25 random draw jackpot after dinner. It is a true learning environment. Gonna be a fun time.
Bill Cameron workshop day $10 discount for 40 Something Cowgirls – Class is $35 for members, $45 for non members
Visit www.facebook.com/BillCameronRanch/ for more info on this International Horseman
CANCELLED DUE TO WINTER WEATHER
Franklin County Saddle Club Tack Swap! Two floors of tack and almost any thing your horse heart desires!♥️
Reservations will begin on December 1st by calling Kami at 509-528-9113. No early reservations will be accepted.
If you want to sell items, tables are $25 each or 2 for $45. We supply the tables and chairs. Tables must be paid for by February 1st otherwise we move on to the waiting list and you lose your spot.
Come and shop in our heated clubhouse!
Looking forward to seeing all of you to start off a great season!
We will be having our February Monthly Roundup as Obstacle Practice. This will be held at the Zercher’s house weather permitted. If it is rainy or snowy, we will move this event to Spur On Ministries Covered Arena in Mineola on Hwy 37 . Please bring money for the raffle event and your local Chapter dues of $20.
See ya on the trails !
Let’s try this again. January did not pan out for this ride due to weather. Cross our fingers February is kind to us. Meeting time is 10:00 but in the saddle between 10 and 11. This is a great ride through Robert E. Talbot’s beautiful 4113 acres of open terrain as well as wooded area and the beautiful Spring River. Make sure to pack a lunch as if weather permits we will stop and eat mid way. Plenty of area’s to stop and tie off our horses while w all enjoy each others company and get to know each other. Nothing like riding with 40 Something Cowgirls, Greenfield Mo the funn-est Bunch of Cowgirls on the Planet. Missouri’s first Chapter and hope you’ll enjoy and join our group. If you have any question please message me or you can also email me at Greenfieldmo@40somethingcowgirls.com Or call me at 417-619-5577 for more info. From the 96 west take 97 south to FR 2090 LC to parking lot 12. You’ll find us all there.
Open Cockpit tours at the Midland Army Airfield Museum. Get the chance to see the airplanes and talk to some of the pilots. Hot Dogs, Chili Dogs, and Frito Pies will be available. And as always on Saturdays our museum entrance is free, but donations will be greatly appreciated.
Your horse is only as good as his hooves. Stanton’s Chapter is lucky and has it’s own affiliation with a great farrier. Jeremiah Prescott is the husband of one of our 40SC and he competes and takes care of the horses around Midland.
He will show us the parts of the hoof, diseases and lameness. Then show us how he shoes a horse from building his own shoe to the actual application of the shoe. It is encouraged to ask questions and take pictures.
We have another double play day weekend!!! Donegal Farms has decided to have another! That makes us so happy!! Join in for two fun days of playing on obstacles, Saturday, February 16th, and Sunday, February 17th. $25 per horse/rider each day.
If you can’t make it both days, just come for one! Feel free to invite your friends! There is always plenty of room for parking!
Hours for each day: February 16th 2019- 1100 am to 300 pm
February 17th 2019- 1100 am to 300 pm
We would love to have you join us on the beautiful trails on one of our cowgirls farms. We will take a relaxing 2 hour ride down by the river and then come back to sit around a fire, roast some weenies, drink some hot chocolate, laugh and make some life long memories.
Weenies and marshmallows will be provided . Please bring your chair, a side dish and drinks
contact me for address and directions
POKER NIGHT!!!! We will be having a quick class on how to play Texas Hold Em’ and then its game time! We will have poker night snacks and TONS of fun!!
Bring your beverage of choice and $10 entry.
Depending on the number of players there may be an option to buy back in for an additional $10.00. Prizes will be awarded to winners.
Contact Amy Judkins for address.
ALERT: Due to weather conditions expected this week – we have had to reorganize our Valentine Event. I will be hosting a coed game night – byob and bring an appetizer type dish for snacking…..
Trail conditions are expected to be wet, slippery and dangerous.
Come and enjoy a beautiful trail ride through Vasquez Rocks and Nature Center with your sweetie and the other Cowgirls…. we will be providing lunch and champagne. RSVP is a must no later than Feb 14th This is a Co-Ed ride. Water provided as well
Cost $25/couple or $15/single person
Time to get on our ponies and RIDE! Rhonda’s house is located at the lake so what better way to plan your day then a nice ride! (Weather permitting) Please message Jodie on FB or send an email and she will send you the address! Please bring a dish for potluck. Rhonda has a beautiful view of the lake to eat outside and enjoy the day. If you have a friend that’s interested please bring them also and we will have them sign a waiver to ride.
Let’s Ride Ya’ll
There’s lots of different terrain to ride across, Rocks, Mesquites, hills and flatland.
If you happen to go up on top of a mesa, you will love the view. You will need to have either boots or shoes on your horses though.
It’s always possible that you could come across some wildlife too.
It is three mils of ranch road from the main highway to the barn so give yourself an extra 30 mintues more than you think to get here on time.
We meet to eat from 6:00 to 7:00.
Meeting starts at 7:00. Bring a friend to check us out, new Calendars will be in.
Great food, great friends, and lots of fun.
Evan’s house! Come roll the dice and play bunco at Evan’s. Don’t know how to play? We will teach you. $5 buy in and cash prizes to top winners. Potluck dinner before!
Bring your events to add to the calendar Ladies! Let’s each bring several events to put on the calendar early so we can plan around them! Please check the main calendar before selecting a date and bring all the info requested on the form circulated at the last meeting. This should be a fun meeting focusing on events!
We have changed the venue to J’s Restaurant in Newberg for this meeting. Please bring a friend who may be interested in joining our fun chapter! And bring some money to play Bingo!
Come join us for some authentic Mexican Food!
Come join us Wednesday Night Feb 20th for our monthly roundup! We will have a door prize, eat great food and make plans for future events. Bring a friend or 2 and let’s ride, shop, paint or whatever your heart desires!
Come to our 40 Something Cowgirls monthly meeting! We are a group of over 40 (and 50 and 60 something) gals who love horses. We do all kinds of activities including clinics, trail rides, horse play days, movies, craft parties and anything else that’s fun! New faces are always welcome.
Learn about our national organization at https://40somethingcowgirls.com/
Come for socializing at 6pm. You can order dinner…El Paraiso has great Mexican food. Our meeting begins at 7pm.
Join the Cowgirls for a Paint Your Bowl party at Southwest Embroidery. $15 gets you a bowl and supplies to paint it and a ticket to the Bowls of Caring Event on March 21, 2019. There will be refreshments available. We need to purchase 10 bowls in order to have a private paint party so please let me know if you can make it by February 15, 2019. I will collect the $15 at the dinner gathering on Tuesday February 12, 2019.
Join us for our monthly Chapter Meeting! Come early and grab dinner. Meeting starts at 6:30pm.
The Southern Equine Expo (SEE) returns to the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on February 22-24, 2019 for the seventh year and the 40 Something Cowgirls are EXCITED to be able to go and to support this wonderful expo!!
SEE built their reputation by providing the highest quality clinics presented by nationally known horsemen, educational seminars, and hands-on demonstrations. Southern Equine Expo is dedicated to improving the care of horses through education of their owners. During the event, attendees will enjoy clinics presented by nationally known horsemen, educational seminars, and hands-on demonstrations. Again at this year’s Expo will be the COLT STARTING CHALLENGE sponsored by Lost Creek Cattle Company and the Smoky Mountain Trail Challenge presented by Seminole Feeds.
We Are Growing. Over the past six years, the Southern Equine Expo (SEE) invested considerable resources into building our brand. Coming off of our largest attendance in 2018, we are committed to build on this momentum by committing greater resources to expand our multimedia advertising campaign including regional and national radio, print and social media.
Clinics continue to be the center point of the Southern Equine Expo. We are pleased to offer additional competitions this year.
The Southern Equine Expo doors open at 9:00 a.m. Friday February 22, 2019 with the first round of the Colt Starting Challenge being beginning Friday at 10:00 a.m. Attendees will again have the opportunity to shop from a wide variety of vendors. There will be something for everyone. The Colt Starting Challenge will kick off the activities on Saturday beginning at 9:00 a.m. Throughout the day, attendees can watch exciting clinics in three arenas, hands-on demonstrations and interactive displays, educational lectures from industry leaders, see horse breeds and equine athletes representing a variety of different disciplines, and plenty of shopping for anyone interested in horses. Sunday morning will begin with Cowboy Church services at 8:00 a.m. The final day of the Expo will be packed with rider participation clinics and event championships.
The Southern Equine Expo will provide a valuable experience for a greater number of horse enthusiasts throughout the southeast region. There are some noticeable changes to the event this year to better serve our target audience, the entire equine community. The same low individual ticket prices and several group ticket packages are again making this year’s event affordable to everyone.
The time is right in Tennessee to bring all horse enthusiasts together for this dynamic event. Discount tickets are available on-line beginning in October.