A Western roundup of events where you can experience the Old West.
Wickenburg, AZ, April 1-30: Opening gala at the Desert Caballeros Western Museum kicks off the invitational Western Art exhibit by women.
928-684-2272 • WesternMuseum.org
Cattlemen’s Western Art Show & Sale
Paso Robles, CA, April 4-6: More than 50 Western artists showcase their original artworks, plus a cattlemen’s barbecue on Saturday and Sunday.
805-472-9100 • CattlemensWesternArtShow.com
On Fire: The Nancy & Alan Cameros Collection of Southwest Pottery
Corning, NY, Opens April 9: Opening reception for a collection of American Indian pottery by Southwestern artists gathered since the 1980s.
607-937-5386 • RockwellMuseum.org
The Durango Collection: Native American Weaving in the SouthWest – 1860-1880
Santa Fe, NM, Closes April 13: One-of-a-kind textiles woven by both male and female weavers represent Pueblo, Navajo and Hispanic traditions.
505-982-4636 • Wheelwright.org
30 Years and Counting
Edmond, OK, Opens April 24: The Edmond Historical Society & Museum celebrates 30 years telling the history of this Land Rush town.
405-340-0078 • EdmondHistory.org
San Dimas Festival Of Arts
909-599-5374 • SanDimasArts.org
Lewis & Clark’s “Corps of Discovery”
Bartlesville, OK, Closes April 30: Showcases more than 100 paintings illustrating this nation’s extraordinary 1804-1806 expedition.
888-966-5276 • Woolaroc.org
Scottsdale Art Auction
Scottsdale, AZ, April 5: Bid on some of the finest works created by contemporary Western, wildlife and sporting painters and sculptors.
480-945-0225 • ScottsdaleArtAuction.com
Western Heritage Awards
Oklahoma City, OK, April 12: Honors the best in literature, music, film and television that reflect the American West heritage.
405-478-2250 • NationalCowboyMuseum.org
Galveston County Fair
Hitchcock, TX, April 4-12: Held since 1938, the fair and rodeo include auctions, cook-offs, concerts, rodeo events and youth activities.
409-986-6010 • GalvestonCountyFair.com
Yuma’s Centennial Celebration
Yuma, AZ, April 7-26: Created after the 1851 establishment of Fort Yuma, Yuma celebrates 100 years of statehood with a block party.
928-783-0071 • Yuma100.com
Fiesta San Antonio
San Antonio, TX, April 10-27: Old San Antonio and Old Mexico celebrations, plus fandangos, art shows and a pilgrimage to the Alamo.
877-273-4378 • Fiesta-SA.org
Spring Traders Encampment
Bartlesville, OK, April 11-12: Bring your pre-1840s camp gear and clothing for a hands-on look at mountain man life; held near Crystal Lake.
888-966-5276 • Woolaroc.org
Grand Forks, ND, April 18-20: Tribes from the United States and Canada participate in a weekend of American Indian music and dance.
Durango Bluegrass Meltdown
Durango, CO, April 11-13: Hear Bluegrass bands Blue Highway, Town Mountain and more as they play in Durango venues.
970-335-9771 • DurangoMeltdown.com
Chicago in Concert atDeadwood Mountain Grand
Deadwood, SD, April 24: Chicago performs at Deadwood Mountain Grand, once home to Deadwood’s 1906 gold processing plant.
877-907-4726 • DeadwoodMountainGrand.com
Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo
Oklahoma City, OK, April 10-12: More than $525,000 in prize money is on the line with seven action-packed rodeo events.
405-282-7433 • RNCFR.com