When: Saturday October 21, 2017
Gates Open 3p-9p
Where: Raymond Museum Amphitheatre
31956 Rd 608, Raymond, CA 93653
The Raymond Old West Fest is celebrating Raymond’s unique contribution to the history of early California. Proceeds benefit Raymond 4-H, Raymond Museum and the Raymond-Knowles Elementary School.
About Raymond Old West Fest You’ll hear some of the best cowboy singers alive today, along with story tellers, and poetry. Western art will be on display as well as silverwork, leather goods and local Native American art. Plus dutch ovens on display and a silent auction. For More details please visit http://raymondoldwestfest.com
The City of Raymond was established in 1886 as a restocking/resting point for businessmen, miners and travelers alike on their way to Yosemite. When the railroad developed in Raymond, it opened up the lumber industry and more opportunities for settlers to settle in Raymond. As the population grew, so did the need for more businesses and schools. Thus, creating the small town of Raymond as we know it today.