MHCP Founder, Jen Zollner Interview by the Prairie Post
Jen Zollner, MH Cowboy Poetry Foundation founder was recently interviewed by the Prairie Post. She explains how Covid-19 forced a shift in our activities, resulting in Stories from Seniors and Country Stories
2021 Show Cancelled
Due to rain and Covid restrictions removing our back-up venue, we were forced to cancel our September 2021 Cowboy Poetry and Western Music Show. We hope to see you next year.
Meanwhile we would be very grateful if you would support the businesses who supported us this year. They are:
Medicine Hat Public Library
Drowning Ford Grazing Association
NBF, Blaine Kunz, Private Wealth Management
EBT, Todd Beck
Hill Country Clothing
MHFC Livestock Supply Company
EBT, Todd Beck, Chartered Professional Accountant
Goods /Services Donors:
Marilynn A. Herrmann, Lawyer
Coyote Creek Arena
Coop Liquor Store
2021 Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry and Western Music show poster is now available.
2021 Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry and Western Music Show.
September 11, 1PM at Kin Coulee Park in Medicine Hat is the site of the Third Annual Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry and Western Music Show. This year we have Reece and Morgan Klaiber, Mixed Company and Morley Thorpe from Spyhill, SK.
Bring your lawn chair, sunglasses, suncreen, and a blanket. (It’s Alberta!) There will be food trucks, stuff to buy and donations are gratefully accepted for this free event. Fun for the whole family!
Medicine Hat News interviews Jen Zollner, President of the Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry Foundation.
Medicine Hat News interviewed our president, Jen Zollner about our Stories for Seniors project. Read the article: here
See our blog on the successful 2020 Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry and Western Music Show.
See pictures in our gallery.
2020 Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry and Western Music Show September 27, 2020 at 12:30 PM at Kin Coulee, Medicine Hat. See poster:
Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry and Western Music in Harmony
September 28, 2019. The first annual Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry event was held at the Harmony Hall in Redcliff, AB. Participating artists were Larry Krause, BJ Smith, Phyllis Rathwell, Jen Zollner and Shelley Goldbeck. For pictures check out our photo gallery and our Ranch and Brand Stories.