This weekend the History Wrangler (Rob Lennard) will be giving free “pop up” music performances along the Cowboy Trail! If you’re in Mayerthorpe, Evansburg, Enthistle, Drayton Valley, Buck Creek and Elder Flats this Friday you might get to witness one of his interactive musical presentations. And there are more opportunities to hear him on Sunday – he’ll be surprising bystanders with more pop up performances in Edmonton and Millerville, Priddis, Bragg Creek, Cochrane, Cremona, Sundre and Caroline on Sunday with his daughter. These fun events are part of the History Wrangler’s 2016 Cowboy Trail Tour.
Rob weaves historical stories in with his concerts. Since Rob likes to challenge his audience with questions about Alberta’s history, you’ll get to participate, too! History has never been more fun before.
The History Wrangler’s 2016 Cowboy Trail Tour ends on September 1 at a special celebration for Alberta’s 111th birthday. You won’t want to miss it! The celebration will be held at Calgary’s historic Bow Valley Ranch. Attendees will watch a reenactment of original inauguration speeches from 1905. Rob’s Dusty Saddle Gang Band will be performing, and there will be cake for all to enjoy, too. The event is free and takes place from 5 PM – 8 PM.
For more details on the historic birthday celebration of Alberta, read this High River Times article.