HYRUM – This week is for visiting schools, but from Friday through Sunday a talented group of performers will be welcoming the public to the eighth-annual Cache Valley Cowboy Rendezvous at Mountain Crest High School.
General Manager Dale Major said admission is free and the event is held to promote the culture of western and agricultural heritage through music, art, poetry, dance and Dutch oven cooking.
Major said many of the favorites are back with new talents as well.
“We’ve got a gal from Midway,” he said. “She’s really fun. She calls herself Crazy Annie. Down at the Heber Creeper she robs the train. She’s a train robber. She does rope tricks and she’s an artist and a singer and a songwriter. She’s really multi-talented. She’s a really nice gal.”
The three-day rendezvous ends Sunday morning with a Cowboy Church at the American West Heritage Center.