The Wild West: When Bronc Busters Wore Lipstick

Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

Saturday, July 28

The National Day of the Cowboy is Saturday, July 28 and we have a fantastic exhibit for all wannabe cowboys and cowgirls. Get a glimpse into the skilled, showy, and high-risk lives of cowgirls of the early 1900s. The display includes rare items from Western enthusiast and preservationist Cheri Raftery, who calls her collection “very personal.” Authentic cowgirl dress, historic photos and original artwork of them riding in rodeos and exhibitions put the cowgirls in context. The exhibit runs through the summer of 2018. Included with park admission: $7 adult, $2 youth 7-13, children free.