In celebration of Library Appreciation Day, the Friends of Stanley Tubbs Memorial Library in Sallisaw will host a performance of the Lawbreakers and Peacemakers.
The Lawbreakers and Peacemakers will “step back in history” to demonstrate the old days at 4 p.m. April 14 on the library lawn.
The Lawbreakers and Peacemakers, based in Van Buren, is a nonprofit organization whose members have “a passion for playing gunfighters, cowboys, Indians, Civil War soldiers, bar gals, school marms and other characters in a fun-filled educational series of performances” for all ages. The performances have no bad language, no blood and guts, and firearms safety throughout.
“We are bent on keeping the old west alive. We portray this era in the 1800s with a mixture of comedy and melodrama to entertain as well as educate.”
For more information on the performance contact Carrol Copeland, Friends of the Library president, at 918-315-4089.
The friends will also be serving refreshments for Library Appreciation Day following the book luncheon on April 13.
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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