Cowtown is hosting its 6th Annual Wine Mosey from 4-8 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 14. Tickets are $50 per person, and they are available online at WichitaTIX.com, in person at Cowtown or by phone at (316) 350-3323. The event is sponsored by Historic Wichita Cowtown, Inc. All money raised will be used to fund visitor education programs at the Museum. Cowtown is located at 1865 W. Museum Blvd.
Throughout the evening, Wine Mosey guests will be invited inside Cowtown’s historic buildings to sample an assortment of red and white wines. While the selection of fine wines are the focus of the event, guests will be equally impressed by the fabulous goods and services included in the Wine Mosey’s live auction.
The Wine Mosey is a special event that takes full advantage of Cowtown’s unique Old West setting. Dinner is held outdoors near Main Street with live music provided by the Diamond W Wranglers. The menu includes hors d’oeuvres provided by Legends Restaurant and Lounge at The Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Wichita Airport as well as pulled pork brisket donated by Cargill. The meal will be prepared by the Wagonmasters. There will also be gunfight re-enactments, stagecoach rides, a show by the Dixie Lee Saloon Girls and outdoor antique bowling.
Individuals who attend the Wine Mosey must be over the age of 21. Western/casual attire and comfortable shoes are recommended. For more information, visit OldCowtown.org or call 316-350-3323.
Historic Wichita Cowtown Inc. works with the City of Wichita to further the Museum and its mission. Established in 1952, Cowtown’s unique programming chronicles Wichita’s transformation from a frontier settlement to a cattle town to an agricultural and manufacturing area. The Museum has the distinction of being accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the highest national recognition achievable by a museum. Accreditation recognizes high standards in individual museums and ensures they continue to uphold public trust. Only 3 percent of the nation’s estimated 34,144 museums are accredited.