The Western Trail Historical Society is hosting “Breakfast on the Prairie” at the Museum of the Western Prairie on Saturday, July 28, from 8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
Guests will enjoy munching on the modern-day equivalents of sourdough biscuits and salt pork washed down by campfire coffee as they listen to four “living history” vignettes describing breakfast as it was served by the cowboys and pioneers on the prairie.
This program is the first stop in a modern-day trail drive (experienced from the comfort of your air-conditioned vehicle) in celebration of the Day of the Cowboy. In partnership with The Red River Valley Museum in Vernon, Texas, the day-long event will begin at the Museum of the Western Prairie, continue on to Doan’s Crossing on the Red River, and end at the Red River Valley Museum in Vernon. This celebration is free and everyone is invited.