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National Ranching Heritage Center to present Western Movie Night

Provided by the National Ranching Heritage Center

Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the movie "Tombstone" by watching it outside, under the stars, at the National Ranching Heritage Center on Friday Oct. 4.

We are teaming up with the Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre to bring you a unique movie-watching experience. Come early to find a good seat!

Doors open at 6 p.m.

Bring some extra cash to enjoy snacks from the Olde Timer Popcorn Truck.

Host & Toast will be selling wine by the glass.

Admission is free for Ranching Heritage Association members and Texas Tech University students with ID, $5 for the general public.

For further information contact Emily Wilkinson (806) 742-0498.

The National Ranching Heritage Center is located at 3121 4th Street. 

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