Free Video Screening: National Cowboy Poetry Gathering

6:00 PM Saturday, October 9, 2021

Experience highlights from past Cowboy Poetry Gatherings through an outdoor video screening presented in partnership with the Humboldt Museum and the Western Folklife Center, the organization behind Elko’s National Cowboy gathering.

NCPG in your town - Winnemucca
NCPG in your town – Winnemucca

This special event takes place on the patio in front of the Humboldt Museum (click for a map/directions from Google Maps). It is free of charge.

The evening will kick off with song performances and poetry readings from Winnemucca locals, including a reading from Nevada Silver Pen recipient Carolyn Duferrena.

Don’t miss this special night of celebrating stories, poems, and songs about living in the West.

Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands

“One of the contemporary acoustic music scene’s most skilled and enduring performers.” — Acoustic Guitar

Music at the Martin Hotel – Winnemucca
7:00 PM Friday, October 18, 2019

The $15.00 tickets are on sale now online just below. Tickets are also available at our walk-up outlets.

Laurie Lewis & Right Hands

For fiddler, guitarist, singer, songwriter, and Grammy-winner Laurie Lewis, the traditions of bluegrass and folk aren’t so much tools in her hands, but burning sources of inspiration that have driven her through a 30+ year career at the forefront of American roots music. A pioneering woman in bluegrass, Laurie has paved the way for many young women today, always guided by her own love of traditional music and the styles of her heroes that came before.

Since her debut in 1986, Laurie has recorded over 20 albums. She’s been a founding member of the Good Ol’ Persons and the Grant Street String Band, twice been voted IBMA’s Female Vocalist of the Year, her classic rendition of Kate Long’s song, “Who Will Watch the Home Place?” won International Bluegrass Song of the Year, and her latest album with her band the Right Hands, The Hazel and Alice Sessions, was nominated for the Best Bluegrass Recording Grammy in 2017.

Laurie’s upcoming album, …and Laurie Lewis, is due out later this year and features intimate duets—among others—with Molly Tuttle, Mike Marshall, Nina Gerber, Tom Rozum, Tatiana Hargreaves, and Todd Phillips.