The 2016 Cowboy Festival drew young and old to William S. Hart Park Saturday.
While the music always attracts attendees, there are also plenty of historical displays, vendors, and food to entertain all.
The Cowboy Festival continues Sunday and runs until 6 p.m.
The annual Walk of Western Stars inductees for 2016 have been announced and will be honored during the 23rd Annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival, presented by Logix Federal Credit Union. This year’s honorees are Johnny Crawford and Hal Needham. The Stars recognizing the careers of these important...
The 23rd Annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival will feature new and popular Wild West activities on Saturday, April 23 and Sunday April 24 at William S. Hart Park, located at 24151 Newhall Avenue.
Alongside four stages featuring several highly-anticipated Cowboy Festival musical acts, William S. Hart...
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The real life Wyatt Earp was a close friend of western movie star William S. Hart. When Earp died in 1929, Mr. Hart was a pallbearer at the famous lawman’s funeral.
Spend a rare evening in Bill Hart’s Mansion living room as New York Times best selling author-historian Casey...
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