Dec 14, 2013 -
This annual event is a re-enactment of the original 1885 Ball that honored area cowboys, their ladies and families. Enjoy traditional western music, dancing, refreshments and fellowship. Includes performances by the Muddy Creek Band on Thursday and Friday, and Michael Martin Murphey and his Rio Grande Band on Saturday. The rules of the original 1885 ball remain in effect: Ladies are required to wear dresses on the dance floor; Gentlemen are required to check in hats, guns and spurs; and no drinking, fighting, cussing or spitting is allowed. Hours are 8 p.m.-midnight. Historic Pioneer Hall, 2300 Avenue G.
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