Saturday, Aug. 11, at 7 p.m., there will be the second annual National Cowboy Show at the St. James Marketplace in St. James, NE, one mile north of Hwy. 12.
A $10 ticket will provide old west lovers with an evening of down home storytelling and a root beer float.
To begin the evening, Ed Nesselhuf of rural Vermillion, will treat the audience to his western storytelling and cowboy poetry. Nesselhuf has been a Lutheran pastor for 30 years and began writing cowboy poetry because of his love for the West and rural America.
After Nesselhuf, musical entertainment will be played by a western cowboy band made of Nebraska and South Dakota musicians.
Glen Anderson of Coleridge will be singing; Keith Christiansen of Tabor will be playing guitar; Bill Chase of Yankton plays guitar and banjo; and Dawn Wilson of Vermillion will be guitar.
The band may warm up their strings and vocal cords before Nesselhuf takes the stage so don't miss a minute of this cowboy-style entertainment in air-conditioned comfort at the Marketplace.
For more information, call 402-357-3330.