Six-Guns and Slay Bells: A Creepy Cowboy Christmas
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Doors open 7:30 pm Event begins at 8:00 pm
Not for children nor for the timid or for the faint of Heart
You lived through Black Friday … now experience Black Saturday. Christmas is tied up with traditions, and OutWest is starting a new one.
Come for an evening of Christmas Tales and Music like you’ve never heard before – creepy as only Western Fictioneers members can write them. We’ll be reading aloud “heart stopping yuletide tales” from this newly published collection and enjoy live music in the same, vein…Cowboy Creepy, Mysterious and Horrific.
Participants include contributing author C. Courtney Joyner, musicians Mike Gaglio, John Bergstrom and Gency Brown, Readers Carol Rock, Jim Christina, and Bobbi Jean Bell.
Uncensored, unrehearsed, and unlike anything we’ve ever done before. The stories and music may be heart stopping, and not for the timid or faint of heart, but it will be fun too!
Seating is limited. RSVP appreciated so we can be prepared with seating and refreshments. Reservation hot line: 661.255.7087.
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