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IT'S SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES!
And the Cowgirls have plenty of fun events planned for Spring & Summer. We hope you can join us for many of our activities & enjoy meeting up with our Cowgirl & Cowpoke members. Our monthly luncheons feature awesome guest speakers & delicious lunches. It's a great way to enjoy friendship & some western social time!

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019
Monthly Luncheon, 11:30 a.m.
LITTLE AMERICA HOTEL, Cheyenne
COWGIRLS SPRING FASHION SHOW!
April's luncheon will be our Fashion Show, featuring
styles for women, men & children, from Dillard's.
Come celebrate Spring with us & enjoy seeing what's new
in casual & dress-up fashions for the months ahead!

THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME!
You are always welcome to attend our monthly luncheons. Guest speakers present great programs on western history and topics.
Reservations are needed and can be made by calling 307-638-4994, by the Friday prior to the luncheon date. Luncheon cost is $20 with reservations.

Luncheons are held the 2nd Monday of the month, September - May, at Little America Hotel, Cheyenne, WY.


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The Cowgirls of the West
Museum & Emporium

203 & 205 West 17th Street
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82001
307-638-4994

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 525
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82003

THE COWGIRLS MUSEUM WILL
OPEN MAY 1ST!

GROUP AND CLASS TOURS ARE
AVAILABLE DURING ALL SEASONS.

Call 307-638-4994 for information.

Visit the Cowgirls Theatre for a free viewing
Of the Documentary Film
OH! YOU COWGIRL!
Produced by Shirley Morris, the film highlights
The truths, legends and myths of the
Golden Age of the Rodeo Cowgirl.


Also featured in the Cowgirls Theatre- a 2nd documentary film: PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN RANCH WOMEN
by Nancy Kelly
Spanning three generations, this film tells the true life stories oftwo women and two little girls, living their 'dream come true' existence.
It presents inspiring, positive role models for women of all ages and every type of background. Won Best Documentary from the Cowboy Hall of Fame; Won Best Career Documentary from the National Education Film Festival.

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