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Last roundup for Cowboy Festival tickets

Tickets still available for last two events

Posted: April 13, 2009 2:54 p.m.
Updated: April 13, 2009 12:30 p.m.
 

Tickets are still available to two Cowboy Festival events -- the Chuckwagon Dinner Show and Art at Hart Quick Draw, both held at William S. Hart Park.

All other off-site Cowboy Festival events are sold out and these two great attractions are the public's last chance to experience the 2009 Cowboy Festival's comprehensive appeal.

"Many Cowboy Festival attendees are unaware that the event extends beyond the Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio," said Santa Clarita City Councilwoman Laurie Ender. "Although the Ranch is the picturesque backdrop for the Festival, these two attractions offer an exclusive and alternative look at Old West cowboy life and culture."

A feast for the western senses, the Chuckwagon Dinner Show, held at Heritage Junction at William S. Hart Park on Wednesday, April 23 at 6 p.m., will feature live chuckwagon cooking demonstrations and dinner prepared by the award-winning Man Flo Ranch.

Enjoy fantastic down-home, Old-West cuisine and a no-host saloon while watching Montie Montana's show wagon and entertaining Western lore, with music by the legendary (and hilarious) Festival favorite- Sourdough Slim.

Tickets are $40 and proceeds directly benefit the Santa Clarita Historical Society, allowing attendees to give back to the community while enjoying a great night out.

The Art at Hart Quick Draw is available to community members and visitors planning to roll into Santa Clarita for the Festival Weekend at Melody Ranch on April 25 and 26.

The Quick Draw, held Saturday, April 25 at 7 p.m. at William S. Hart Park's Hart Hall, is an exclusive opportunity to enjoy a private tour of priceless art and Western artifacts in silent film star Bill Hart's Spanish Colonial mansion.

After the tour, attendees will watch nine Western artists create works of art in water color, oil, sculpture and even silver engraving one hour's time. Art will be auctioned off to guests, who will enjoy the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind works of art directly from the artist at a fraction of the usual cost.

Guests will enjoy live music, wine tasting and a petit buffet.

Tickets to this exclusive event are $25 and benefit the William S. Hart Park and Museum.

Tickets to these two off-site 2009 Cowboy Festival events can be purchased by phone at (661) 286-4021, online through April 17th at www.cowboyfestival.org and in person at each event.

Ticket order forms (available at www.cowboyfestival.org) may also be faxed to (661) 284-1410.

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