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ToDo July 16 Susie Luchsinger


									WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008                                                                                                                                         WYOMING TRIBUNE EAGLE SECTION D

                                                           Today’s garden tip: The more                                                  Take a ride into the past

    America’s Test Kitchen
                                                           you pick, the more you get
                                                           The more you pick certain vegetables, the more you get.
                                                           This is especially true with cucumbers, beans, peas and
                                                           squash. If you leave a mature fruit on the plant for long
                                                           periods, it will hinder further development of new fruits,
                                                           lessening your harvest. If you want a productive plant,
                                                           keep them well picked! Check your plants over to be
                                                                                                                                         on a train that’s been there
                                                                                                                                         The Cheyenne Depot Train Excursion is Sunday at 1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                         with a one-way trip from Denver to Cheyenne on board a
                                                                                                                                         steam engine train. The train ride is $110 for coach; $90
                                                                                                                                         for Cheyenne Depot Museum members. There’s also bus
                                                                                                                                         transportation available to Denver at 8 a.m. for $40. For
                                                                                                                                         more information, call 632-3905 or go to
    season eight on DVD, D4                                sure you have thoroughly harvested the crop.
                                                                              Courtesy of Cheyenne Botanic Gardens:

   Free! Children’s Storytime – 10:15 a.m. Great sto-

                                                                      It wouldn’t be Frontier Days without
   ries and tales for pre-kindergarten to kindergarten.
   Storytime Room, Laramie County Library, 2200
   Pioneer Ave. 634-3561 or

   ToDo in Music
   Low – 8 p.m. $15. Bluebird Theatre, 3317 Colfax
   Ave., Denver. 303-322-2308 or

   Ween – 8 p.m. $35. The Fillmore Auditorium, 1510
   Clarkson Ave., Denver. 303-837-1482 or www.ticket-
                                                                     Cowboy Church
   ToDo in Performance
   Old Fashioned Melodrama – 7 p.m. The Rhyming
   Rapscallion or a Tale That Goes From Bad to Verse
   or Dirk & Tallen Handsome. $10. Atlas Theatre, 211
   W. Lincolnway. 638-6543 or www.cheyennelittlethe-

   ToDo in Sports
   Free! Tie Down Roping Timed Slack – 7 a.m.
   Entire first round. Free. Cheyenne Frontier Days.
   Frontier Arena, Frontier Park.

   Free! Team Roping Timed Slack – Not before noon.
   Entire first round. Free. Cheyenne Frontier Days.
   Frontier Arena, Frontier Park.

   Cheyenne Grizzlies vs. Greeley – 7 p.m. Mountain
   Collegiate Baseball League game. $5; $3 for seniors
   and children 7-14; children under 6 free. Pioneer
   Park, corner of Cribbon and Talbot Court.                                    From left, Susie Luchsinger, Russ Weaver and Randy Weaver at Lone Star Cowboy Church in Montgomery, Texas.

   ToDo Tomorrow                                                    Cowboy Church                              Susie Luchsinger                             After Luchsinger graduated
                                                                                                                                                         from Oklahoma State University
                                                                    With Susie Luchsinger
   U.S. Hydrofoil Association Nationals – Thursday                                                                                                       in 1980, she began singing backup
   through Sunday. All proceeds from this event go to
                                                                    and Pastor Russ Weaver                     (Reba McEntire’s sister)                  for her sister, Reba, who was al-
                                                                    of the Shepherd’s Valley
                                                                                                                                                         ready a country superstar.
   the Windsor Food Bank. Amateur, Intermediate,
   Advanced, Open, Outlaw and Pro divisions. Events
                                                                    Cowboy Church                              says CFD’s Cowboy                            In 1984, Luchsinger became a
                                                                    When: Sunday, 9 a.m.                                                                 solo country and Christian artist.
   include Big Air, Trick Run, Free Ride and more. If
   you’re interested in competing, you must be a current            Where: Frontier Park,
                                                                                                               Church is a longstanding                     She now has nine albums under
                                                                                                                                                         her belt.
   member of USHA. Registration runs $75-$225. Water                B-stands.
                                                                                                               family tradition.                            This fall she’ll be in the studio
   Valley Lake, Windsor, Colo.               More info: Free admis-                                                               working on number 10.
                                                                    sion. The service will be                  By Karen Cotton                              If you catch her three perform-
   Free! Tie Down Roping Timed Slack – 7 a.m.                       filmed by RFDTV. 778-                                                                ances in Cheyenne on Sunday,
   Second go round. Free. Cheyenne Frontier Days.                   7222,                                                              Luchsinger said she’ll be singing
   Frontier Arena, Frontier Park.                                                               Cheyenne is almost like a sec-         quite a few songs.
   Free! Team Roping Timed Slack – Directly follow-                 Susie Luchsinger                           ond home to country and Christ-              “I like to sing a lot of songs that
                                                                    concert                                    ian singer Susie Luchsinger.              are happy,” she said. “I try to sing
   ing Tie Down Roping Timed Slack. Second go round.                                                              “Cheyenne is a family tradition        something off of every one of my
   Free. Cheyenne Frontier Days. Frontier Arena,                    Part of the Cheyenne                       for us, the McEntires,” said              albums. Even though I’m pretty
   Frontier Park.                                 Depot Museum’s Rhythm
                                                                                                               Luchsinger, sister to country leg-        country, I like to mix in songs by
                                                                    by the Rails
                                                                                                               end Reba McEntire. “My grand-             James Taylor.”
   Free! Archie Funker – 6 p.m. Thursday Night Music.               When: Sunday, 3:30 p.m.                    pap, John McEntire, was the                  Luchsinger’s brother Pake will
   Free. Food vendors, face painting, activities. Civic                                                        winner of tie-down steer roping at        join her at the Cheyenne Depot
                                                                    More info: Free
   Center Park, 222 Laporte Ave., Fort Collins, Colo.                                                          Cheyenne Frontier Days in 1934,           Plaza during her Rhythm by the
   970-484-6500 or                                                                and we’ve been coming here ever           Rails concert at 3:30 p.m. on Sun-
                                                                    Susie Luchsinger                           since.”                                   day.
   Old Fashioned Melodrama – 7 p.m. The Rhyming                     concert                                       The McEntire family has par-              “I think it’s fun,” Luchsinger
   Rapscallion or a Tale That Goes From Bad to Verse                                                           ticipated in CFD’s cowboy                 said. “It brings back memories
                                                                    When: Sunday, 7 p.m.                       church, rodeo and night shows
   or Dirk & Tallen Handsome. $10. Atlas Theatre, 211                                                                                                    when he, Reba and I used to sing
   W. Lincolnway. 635-0199 or www.cheyennelittlethe-                Where: North Christian                     over the years.                           together.                                                        Church, Cheyenne,                             Luchsinger will be singing                “He’s fun, upbeat and a hard
                                                                    2015 Tranquility Road                      again for the Cowboy Church this          worker and a great entertainer.”
   Blake – 7:30 p.m. Staged reading of “Blake” by                                                              Sunday at 9 a.m. in the Frontier             Rodeo is very important to
                                                                    More info: 632-2331.
   Grace Zach, a play about English poet, painter and                                                          Arena.                                    Luchsinger and her family, which
                                                                    Free will offering.
   printmaker William Blake. $10. Lincoln Center Mini                                                             “Cheyenne Frontier Days will           is why she likes to lead Cowboy
                                                                    Susie Luchsinger info:                     always be a family experience for         Church in the B-stands every
   Theatre, 417 West Magnolia, Fort Collins, Colo. 970-
                                                                              our family,” Luchsinger said.             year during CFD.
   221-6735 or
                                                                                                                  When Luchsinger was a teenag-             Luchsinger’s father, Clark
                                                                                                               er, she sang with her brother,            McEntire, also competed in the
   Steeley Dan – 7:30 p.m. $49.50-$95. Red Rocks                                                               Pake McEntire, and sister, Reba,          CFD rodeo in calf roping, and
   Amphitheatre, Red Rocks Park, Morrison, Colo.                                                               in the “Singing McEntires.”               placed many times, she said.
   720-865-2494 or

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