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Baxter Black — Cowboy, Poet, and 

Humorist — to Perform at Benefit

 

July 2010 Issue  

     “Big Sky Saturday Night,” a benefit performance starring Baxter Black, will be held Saturday, August 7, 2010 in Hamilton , MT. All proceeds will benefit Bitterroot Therapeutic Riding and Tough Enough to Wear Pink Montana.

     A pre-concert no-host dinner and bar featuring food and drinks from local restaurants begins at 4:00 p.m. The concert starts at 6:00 p.m. with the Kyle Shobe band, followed by Baxter Black.

     Baxter Black has been described by the New York Times as “…probably the nation’s most successful living poet.” The former large animal vet lives on a ranch in Arizona , writes a column that is read nationwide, and performs regularly on National Public Radio, television and commercial radio.

     Black will join the audience after the show for visiting and book signing. The no-host dinner and drinks will also continue after the show, along with the opportunity to kick up and dance to the Kyle Shobe Band.

     Bitterroot Therapeutic Riding is a medically coordinated program for adults and children with special needs. Classes are taught by NARHA-certified instructors.

     Tough Enough to Wear Pink Montana raises funds and awareness of breast cancer, education, screening, support and further diagnosis for Montana men and women. They ensure that money raised in a community stays in that community – neighbors helping neighbors.

     General admission tickets are $25, and available now at Quality Supply Stores (a major sponsor of the event); and $35 reserve tickets are available now at the Ravalli County Fairgrounds office at 100 Old Corvallis Road , Hamilton , MT.

     For more information, visit www.bitterrootriding.org, or www.ravallicountyfair.org.

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