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8/29/06

2006 Cowboy Symposium

SCHEDULE - SEPTEMBER 7-10th, 2006
Thursday through Sunday

Thursday, September 7th

2006 NATIONAL COWBOY SYMPOSIUM TRAIL RIDE 

* Please note that the Thursday American Cowboy Culture Awards Show has been incorporated into the Friday and Saturday Evening Performances this year.

Friday, September 8th

10:00 am 'till 6:00 pm - CONCURRENT SESSIONS of poetry, songs, stories, papers, panels, and special presentations inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. See Concurrent Sessions Schedule for exact performers and locations.

9:00 am 'till 9:00 pm -- Exhibit and Sale of Western Items in the Exhibit Hall and Pedestrian Mall inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

With 150 - 200 booths of western wear & equipment; boots, saddles & leather goods of all kinds; bits and spurs; sculpture, paintings & drawings; decorative items; jewelry; collectables; educational exhibits etc. It is the largest array of western items of all kinds to be found in one place, anywhere.

10:00 am - 5:00 pm-West Texas Native American Association Events - Educational Events for Children - Located in park North of Lubbock Civic Center, along Avenue O between 4th Street and Mac Davis Lane (formerly 6th Street)

Noon - 1:30 pm - BBQ Brisket Sandwich with Beans & Iced Tea.  With Musical entertainment and volunteer awards presentations on the outdoor stage. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

3:00 pm - Craig Cameron Horse Training Seminar & Demonstration. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

5:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m. - West Texas Native American Association - Regional Indigenous Musical Artists, Art/Crafts Vendors, Indigenous Food (Located in park North of Lubbock Civic Center, along Avenue O between 4th Street and Mac Davis Lane (formerly 6th Street)

7:00 - 8:30 pm --   First Evening Performance - Music, Poetry, Storytelling and American Cowboy Culture Awards inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center in the Theater.

9:00 - 10:30 pm - Second Evening Performance - Music, Poetry, Storytelling and American Cowboy Culture Awards inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center in the Theater.

Saturday, September 9th

9:00 am 'till 9:00 pm - Exhibits and Sale of Western Items in the Exhibit Hall and Pedestrian Mall inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.
With 150 - 200 booths of western wear & equipment; boots, saddles & leather goods of all kinds; bits and spurs; sculpture, paintings & drawings; decorative items; jewelry; collectables; educational exhibits etc. It is the largest array of western items of all kinds to be found in one place, anywhere.

10:00 am 'till 6:00 pm - CONCURRENT SESSIONS - Poetry, Songs, Stories, Papers, Panels, and Special Presentations inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. See Concurrent Sessions Schedule for exact performers and locations.

10:00 am - Parade of the Horse - Sponsored by the Llano Estacado Driving Society. Starting and ending at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

10:00 am - 10:30 pm - West Texas Native American Association Pow-Wow, Art/Crafts Vendors, Indigenous Foods - Located in the park area North of the Civic Center. Along Avenue O, between 4th Street and Mac Davis Lane (formerly 6th Street). 
 HOST DRUM - Otter Trail, OK and Atsa Butte, AZ 
 MASTER OF CEREMONY - June Sovo, OK. 
 HEAD MAN DANCER - Israel Sotelo Ramirez, Lubbock, TX, Pascua Yaqui of Arizona 
 HEAD LADY DANCER - Tavia Torralba Ramirez, Lubbock, TX, Comanche Nation/Pascua Yaqui of  Arizona
COMANCHE  NATION/PASCUA YAQUI OF ARIZONA 
 ARENA DIRECTOR - Jimmy Hitchcock, OK 
 10:00 am-Gourd dancing 
 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm GRAND ENTRY 
 Dinner Break 5:00-6:00 pm
11:00 am - Craig Cameron Horse Training Seminar & Demonstration. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.

Noon 'till 1:30 pm - National Championship Chuck Wagon Cook-off with Meal and Musical Entertainment. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.
The chuck wagons of the old west that followed the trail herd and cooked at the roundups are gone. The National Chuck Wagon Cook-off is a revival of the skills that were used to keep the cowboys fed and fit. The cook-off is a event that brings to the wagon crew and those who eat at the wagon a chance to taste a part of western history.
Noon - 1:30 pm BBQ Brisket Sandwich - with Beans & Iced Tea.
2:00 pm  - Craig Cameron Horse Training Seminar & Demonstration. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.
5:00 pm -- 7:00 pm - BBQ Brisket meal - with Iced Tea.
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm-First Evening Performance - Music, Poetry, Storytelling and American Cowboy Culture Awards  inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center in the Theater.
9:00 pm - 10:30 pm-Second Evening Performance - Music, Poetry, Storytelling and American Cowboy Culture Awards inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center in the Theater.

Sunday, September 10th

7:30 am 'till 9:00 am -  Chuck Wagon Breakfast-meal includes eggs, sausage, bacon, biscuits, juice & coffee. Located in the park area North of the Civic Center.
9:30 am - 11 am - Non-Denominational Cowboy Devotional Service.  Located in the park area North of the Civic Center. Music and Poetry by scheduled performers. Bible lesson brought by a cowboy minister.
10:00 am - 5:00 pm - West Texas Native American Association Pow-Wow, Art/Crafts Vendors, Indigenous Food. Located in park north of Lubbock Civic Center, along Avenue O between 4th Street and Mac Davis Lane (formerly 6th Street)
West Texas Native American Association Pow-Wow Lunch Break 12:30-1:30 pm
West Texas Native American Association Pow-Wow 2:00 pm Grand Entry

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