Celebrate National Bison Day at Old West Buffalo Company in Pawhuska at a two-day festival

PAWHUSKA, OKLAHOMA- November 5-6, 2021, Celebrate National Bison Day at Old West Buffalo Company in Pawhuska at a two-day festival. 
This October marks 160 years since the Pony Express made its last run. We will have a legendary Pony Express rider as part of our Rendezvous and a special guest at our dinner theater show. This October also marks the 140-year anniversary of the OK Corral gun fight and we have invited Wyatt Earp to join us for the weekend as a special guest for this national celebration! 
Three separate ticketed events will be hosted by the Old West Buffalo Company located at 29521 US Highway 60 Pawhuska, Ok. Just 5 miles west of Pawhuska, OK on Highway 60. Tickets at OldWestBuffalo.com 918-895-0788 
Fri. Nov 5, 7pm. Black Tie Buffalo Gala with Theodore Roosevelt Spend an evening with Theodore Roosevelt, who will share the role he played in saving North America's largest mammal from extinction. Watch our original short film that tells the buffalo story. Enjoy live music and dancing, drinks, and hors d'oeuvres. https://oldwestbuffalo.ticketspice.com/black-tie-buffalo-gala-with-theodore-roosevelt

Nov. 6, 2021 4:30-7:30 pm Buffalo Adventure - live buffalo dinner theater. This one of a kind “live action” western dinner theater show starts with an opening old west scene and then 3 unique living history experiences. Your passport to travel back into the 1880s to relive history as it took place. You will be sitting around a campfire as you hear Theodore Roosevelt share his  story in the old West. Be entertained by Charles Goodnight as he shared his role in the buffalo story. Journey on our hay wagon ride to find the largest wild herd of buffalo in 1889. Enjoy a catered meal on vintage china in our theatre as you enjoy live music and other old west surprises. The closing ceremony is sure to inspire you, sending you home with new lifelong memories.

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Neil Fischer
Old West Buffalo Company


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