National Day of the American Cowboy
If you follow the history, art and culture of America, sooner or later you're bound to run into the letters, images and unmistakable "look" of a hand-cranked Hatch Show print, one of the oldest working letterpress print shops in America. Music lovers, Americana buffs, and graphic arts devotees the world over have been collecting Hatch Show Prints for over 100 years.
What Is the National Day of the American Cowboy?
The National Day of the American Cowboy campaign was founded by American Cowboy magazine in 2004 to preserve, protect and promote our cowboy and Western heritage and lobby for the passage of a national resolution designating the fourth Saturday of every July a permanent celebration on the national calendar honoring cowboys and cowgirls for their enduring contribution to the courageous, pioneering spirit of America.
This year, the event is Saturday, July 28th. Join in the spirit of the National Day of the American Cowboy by adding your local event to the map & calendar below!