Image: Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford speaks with 1st graders from North Kenwood Oakland Charter School during an industry trip.
Maybe you have seen countless urban cowboys trotting over the southside lakefront road on a summer day? That's the spectacular Broken Arrow Riding Club! A-south side band of nearly 200 African-American equestrians - this season celebrating their 24th yearly event, the High Noon Ride. This momentous occasion is combined with the finishing of your existing event Hall of Khan, which includes artwork on the basis of the equestrian statue.
Bring your blankets, chairs, coolers, and sandwiches
and enjoy the parade of ponies
after musician, Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford
discusses their equestrian-related sculptures in gallery.
11 am - 12 pm:
Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford will talk informally about their operate in the Art Center's Gallery and solution closing questions from the market.
12 pm - 2 pm:
The crowd will undoubtedly be generated the 51st street overpass toward lakefront course where we will sit-in the shade and watch the horse parade. Murdock, the president regarding the club, can give a brief talk on the reputation for horseback riding in Chicago plus the black metropolitan cowboy experience.