Thursday, September 15, 2016

Jim Hull, Kirby Williams Cow Hunter Tales At Museum Oct 6

LABELLE, FL. -- Lifetime friends as well as members of Southwest Florida pioneer families, Jim D. Hull and Kirby Lee Williams will relate their experiences hunting wild cows in the Big Cypress Swamp and in the Glades over half a century ago and remember wild cow hunting tales they were told by "Cracker Cowboys" from an earlier era at LaBelle Heritage Museum's October 6 Program Meeting set for 7 o'clock in the museum complex's William H. Poole Building at 360 North Bridge Street. 

The museum's seasonal program meetings held on the first Thursday of the month from September through May are open to the public. 

Parking at the museum itself is limited; however, Rene Curtis Pratt has graciously offered the Harold P. Curtis Honey House parking lot immediately across Bridge Street from the museum to those visiting the museum.

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