Boot Hill Museum announces Native American, Warpony Browning will be at the Museum to help celebrate Dodge City Days on Wednesday, July 31 as a "Quest for the West" presentation. Warpony will be available for conversation and photos all day with his pony and his wolf. Those attending Fidelity Bank's Chuckwagon Breakfast Wednesday morning will have the opportunity to meet Warpony and enjoy this enlightening experience.
He has set up his tipi outside the Front Street replica and at 2:00 pm Wednesday Warpony will do an educational presentation on the Comanche tribe.
His wolf's name, Tomi, means "little brother" in Comanche and is a service animal for special needs children. His pony is named Many Spots for obvious reasons. Warpony Browning and his animals travel the country performing at rodeos, schools, fairs and festivals.
Boot Hill Museum gives a big thank you to High Plains Journal for their sponsorship of this presentation.
Quest for the West is a search for knowledge, enlightenment and adventure found only in the fascination that is Dodge City. For more information please contact Boot Hill Museum at 620-227-8188 or firstname.lastname@example.org.