32nd Montana Cowboy Poetry Gathering and Western Music Rendezvous

Thursday, August 17 - Sunday, August 20, 2017

Day Headquarters at Fergus High School, 1001 Casino Creek Road, Lewistown
Directions:  South on 1st Avenue to Brassey, then right to High School

2nd Oldest Gathering in the Country
2015 Inductee to the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame!

Montana Cowboy Poetry Western Art & Gear Show

Download 2017 Vendor Registration Form here...


2017 Art and Gear Show Vendors

Steven Lillegard, Stanford, MT
National award-winning bronze sculptor and artist.
“Evening in the Bunkhouse” the official logo of the 32nd MT Cowboy Poetry Gathering
and image on the 2017 pin is one of Lillegard’s sculptures. A collection of Lillegard’s
coveted work will be displayed and for sale at the MT Cowboy Poetry consignment
book/music shoppe in the Main Lobby at Fergus High School next to
the Gathering Registration Desk. slstudio@ttc-cmc.net


Montana Wild Rags
Tracy Traynor, Winnett, MT
Authentic western neck scarves, “tough enough to withstand
a hard day’s work on the ranch, but beautiful enough to wear to town!”
Gotta see this breath-taking selection...priced for everyone to enjoy!


Canyon Creek Traders
Monica Drew, Billings
Western, South-Western, one-of-kind jewelry.
Always something new and beautiful.....


Treasure Boxes/Chests
Larry Boyd, Lewistown
Handy wooden boxes in a variety of styles,
embellished with western and nature themes.
Perfect for kids, tweens and teens..and YOU!


Crimson & Clover Creations
Ragan Donsbach, Roy
Luxurious bath salts, baby scrubs, bath bombs,
shower steamers, and candles to delight the senses! Heavenly!


Kokomo Joe’s Trading Post
Corinne Skarderud, Chester
Charming Americana accent pieces for your home,
front porch, bunk house, cabin, yard and garden.
Something old becomes something new.... often potted and blooming to boot!
Unique and memorable re-purposing of delightful antiques and collectibles.
Kokomo Joe’s Trading Post is out in front of Fergus High School!


Weaverbird Studio
Bev Polk, Handweaver, Wilsall
Handwoven items for the home: towels, table runners, placemats,
“Popover” tunics and “Color-up” scrunch scarves.
Vibrant heirlooms that are beautiful, vibrant and useful.
“I live, love, and WEAVE at the edge of a town that time forgot
in a converted horse barn that I call Weaverbird Studio.”

Many more to come....we’re just getting started!