On Saturday Pike countians can follow local Indian Trails 200-300 years into the past as historians, artists, enthusiasts, local cowboys and girls and community members convene for the Cowboy Tales and Indian Trails in downtown Concord.Saturday’s free events will include a lesson and movie by Indian Trail expert Don Wells, local entertainment, a street dance with cowboy-style dancing and displays of Indian artifacts and cowboy art ‘“ including nine Remington sculptures ‘“ and famous cowboy paintings in the old Strickland Store. The Buttermilk Ball is a $50 event that will include Western dancing and a catered dinner starting at 7 p.m. The Tumbleweed Band will provide the music and proceeds from the event will benefit the Strickland Store in Concord.
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