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Jalan Crossland at Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions Oktoberfest October 3rd, 2020

Jalan Crossland at Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions Oktoberfest October 3rd, 2020

The Tent at the Ramkota Hotel on October 3rd from 2:00p-5:00pm

It's Oktoberfest with a western twist! Acclaimed and beloved musical artist Jalan Crossland will be performing at the Central Wyoming Hospice Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 3rd, helping our cause to make sure every one of our friends and neighbors has access to the specialized care Hospice has to offer.

Our 4th Annual Oktoberfest outside at The Tent at the Ramkota Hotel from 2:00p-5:00p on Saturday, October 3rd. Join us for an afternoon of Polka and other music, wunderbar German appetizers and a well-stocked biergarten! We'll also be holding our auction online, and health precautions will be observed.
Dirndls and Lederhosen aren't required, but we are pretty sure you will have even more fun if you wear them! Wir sehen uns dort! Sponsorships are still available, you can find out more by calling (307) 577-4832.

Tickets are now on sale at https://one.bidpal.net/cwhppolka/ticketing

From Jalan Crossland's Bio: "Jalan Crossland is an 'endemic Wyoming treasure' (Rita Basom- Wyoming Arts Council). He is widely acclaimed by audiences, critics, and his musical peers as being a premier acoustic guitarist, as well as banjo player, singer-songwriter, and engaging showman. Along with dozens of regional contest awards, his extraordinary guitar playing earned National Fingerstyle Guitar Championship honors in '97 and the State Flatpick Championship title of his home state in 1999. In recognition for his contribution to the arts in Wyoming, he was awarded the Governor's Arts Award in 2013. Magazines as far-ranging as the New York Times and No Depression have run features on him, and Paste Magazine included him as being among Wyoming's top performers. He's been invited as the opening act on two national tours with Texas songwriting legend Robert Earl Kean. Jalan has released 9 albums of primarily his own songs, and performs throughout the U.S."