Adventure Days at the Cowboy
June 29 – July 25
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Join Adventure Days at the National Cowboy Museum June 29 – July 25 and explore different themes and self-directed activities each week. Weekdays, take part in instructed crafts from 11:00 a.m. – Noon, and 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Month long activities will culminate in the National Day of the Cowboy Celebration. Free with general admission or to Museum members. All activities while supplies last.
How Does Your Garden Grow?
June 29 – July 5
Explore the newly opened Liichokoshkomo’ and Museum gardens. Certified as a Wildlife Habitat the gardens are teeming with life! Help us beautify the gardens and attract pollinators by planting wildflowers seeds. Each child will receive a wildflower seed pack to take home and plant. Make easy plant markers, get creative and design your own plant, make leaf rubbings and complete a nature scavenger hunt.
Camp Bug Love
July 6 – 12
How much do you love bugs? Is it a lot or just a little? The West is home to many insects that fly, crawl and dig their way through life. Discover the variety of insects where we live! Visit Liichokoshkomo’, the Museum’s new children’s play-scape to enjoy self-guided camp activities or view our virtual instructor via your phone!
July 13 – 19
Bird is the word! This week’s edition of Adventure Days is all about out feathered friends. As a Certified Wildlife Habitat the Cowboy is an ideal place for ornithological ogling (bird watching)! Learn more about these winged wonders as you make a bird feeder, play Bird Bingo and compare different kinds of beaks.
Native at the Cowboy
July 20 – 24
Celebrate and explore the diverse indigenous cultures a Liichokoshkomo’s Intertribal Village. The village space offers an opportunity to explore the historical and contemporary diversity highlighted by seven distinctive tribes from Turtle Island: Ancient Puebloan, Hopi, Navajo, Chickasaw, Caddo, Pawnee and Kiowa. We invite families and supporters of the Cowboy to share the importance of our indigenous people, their culture, history, survival, villages and resiliency, through art, crafts, storytelling, music and dance.