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Many of the top Western entertainers, musicians, writers and  poets in the country will gather in Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona from June 21-23, 2013 for a fundraising event for the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Museum. 
Produced by Prescott resident  J.P. Gorham of Mountain Brooks Publishing, this distinctive event will begin with an evening show at Mortimer Farms in Dewey at 6 PM with local favorite Don Fernwalt opening the show.  Prescott resident and internationally-recognized Western singer and poet Gail Steiger will be the headliner with performances by Tony Argento, the Broken Chair Band, Slim Farnsworth, Jim Dunham and the Rusty Pistols, Deanna Dickenson McCall and Peggy Malone. The cost for evening show tickets is $10 and a BBQ dinner will also be available.  The evening show will be followed by a campfire open-jam session open to the public. 
Saturday, June 22nd will feature performers at free day sessions at Humboldt Elementary School every hour on multiple stages from 10-4 including a writing workshop by award-winning writer and Prescott resident Amy Hale Auker.  Workshops including trick roping, fabric spinning, saddle making, Yavapai tribal history and old-time ranching will add to the great Western music, poetry and storytelling.  Hand-made crafts, Western art and photography exhibits (Including works by George and Lynn Phippen) and talks and book signings by authors from Five Star Publications (including special guest Ben Costello, author of “Gunsmoke: An American Institution”) will be featured in the school gym. 
The Saturday evening show will start at 6 p.m. at Mortimer Farms with Arizona Cowboy Poet Mike Dunn opening the show.  Performances by Suzi Killman, Sue Harris, Terry Nash, Vic Anderson, Mountain Saddle Band and Jessica Hedges will follow.  Headliners and Western stars Juni Fisher and Prescott resident Belinda Gail will close the show and a campfire open-jam session will follow.  A BBQ dinner will be available and Ticket prices for the show is $10 and are available online at http://www.dhhsmuseum.org/cowboygathering.html 
Sunday morning will start with a chuck wagon breakfast at 8 a.m. followed by a Cowboy Church at 9:30 a.m. at Mortimer Farms featuring many of the performers from the gathering. 
For more info please call (928) 499-9862 or e-mail AZHorseWriter@aol.com  Tickets for the evening shows are available at http://www.dhhsmuseum.org/cowboygathering.html or at the door.