Each year over 450 women flock to this creative take on the classic Ladies' Lunch. One of The Cowboy Museum's largest annual fundraisers, the proceeds from the Cowgirl Luncheon benefit our scholarship fund, youth education programs, as well as our community events year-round!
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When: Rescheduled to 2021
Where: The Bianchi Center, Oakdale, CA
Annual Dinner and Auction
Each September at our Annual Dinner & Auction the Cowboy Museum honors an individual or family who has been involved in our local western history. These people have demonstrated through their daily lives the passion for ranching or rodeo and have made a contribution to our western traditions and heritage. If you would like to submit a nomination for this year, please complete the nomination form at the link below. All nominees are reviewed and voted upon by the Cowboy Museum’s Board of Directors.
In 2019 the Museum honored the Bachigalupi Family for their contributions to the Oakdale Area and Rodeo in the Central Valley Region. Also honored in a special posthumous ceremony was Louie 'Dutch' Zabala, lifelong cowboy, poet, and jack of all trades.
Join us in 2020 as we honor the Pack Stations of the Sierras and shine a spotlight on the awesome history & lifestyles of these mounted mountaineers!
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To Be Announced
Western Gift Show & Craft Fair!
This is a community event and free to the public. There are over 40 exhibitor booths and you’ll find just about anything western and more! There is beautiful western art, furniture, jewelry, apparel, cowboy grub and entertainment!
But best of all, you’ll find COWBOY SANTA, who will arrive on horseback at 11:00 A.M.
So, come on out and have some fun!
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When? Always the Weekend After Thanksgiving! (November 28 & 29, 2020)
We miss our visitors! Check out our Video Showcase Page or follow us on facebook for new videos every week spotlighting some of our favorite artifacts here at The Cowboy Museum!
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