Friday, 11 July 2014 12:16

Cowboy poetry at Doc's Town, July 6, 2014

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Cowboy poets Brian Anderson from Hazlet and Swift Current's Bryce Burnett shared their observations about cowboy life with an appreciative audience of around 25 people during a cowboy poetry event hosted by Doc's Town in the old church building on July 6. Burnett's first poetry collection, Homegrown and other poems, has recently been published by Regina publisher DriverWorks Ink. Special programming takes place every Sunday afternoon at Doc's Town heritage village, which is located at Kinetic Exhibition Park in Swift Current. This summer's activities include an antique tractor and car display on July 20 and a 100th anniversary celebration for the blacksmith shop on Aug. 3. Doc's Town is open every Friday through Sunday and holiday Mondays from 1-5 p.m. until September.


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