SaddleUP Texas Ranching Tradition Exhibit
SaddleUP exhibit is now located at the Cattle Raisers Museum Oct. 2019 – February 16, 2020. Photographer Joe Vitone and documentarian Lori Najvar produced this visually engaging showcase of an iconic Texas story. The exhibit is expected to tour throughout the state for several years. We hope you will come experience the story!
The Cattle Raisers Museum is located at 1600 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, Texas on the 2nd floor of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am–5pm and Sunday from noon-5pm. Admission:$16-adults, $13-juniors (2-18), and is free for Museum members. Parking fees also apply.
TEXAS CZECHS: Rooted in Tradition Sponsors
We would like to acknowledge and thank those who helped build the Texas Czechs: Rooted in Traditions exhibition. It was made possible in part with a grant from Humanities Texas – the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, contributions from KJT–Catholic Union, KJZT–Catholic Family Fraternal of Texas, other various organizations, and individuals like you. Each exhibit location has also generated support and interest and we appreciate all of you that are part of that process.
The Grove, Texas Sponsors
We would like to thank Humanities Texas, Texas Auctioneer Education and Recovery Fund, The City of Gatesville, The National Banks of Central Texas, Grove Cycles, and Extraco Banks for their generous support of The Grove, Texas documentary.
We would also like to thank Fran Moyer and the Proft family, Robb Burley and the Burley Auction Group, our Indiegogo supporters (past and future), and friends of The Grove for their generous support.