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(MINDEN, Nev.) – Cowboy poetry, lively music, tales of the trail, stretch-the-truth yarns and good old-fashioned cowboy fun are all part of the 24th Annual Rhymers Rodeer in the Carson Valley Inn’s Valley Ballroom on Friday and Saturday, November 4 and 5, 2011. This year’s artists include Dave Bourne, the piano player from the Gem Saloon on HBO’s hit series “Deadwood,” plus cowboy poets Doris Daley, Ken Cook and Bob Christensen. The emcee is the always-clever and sometimes-irreverent western humorist McAvoy Layne as Mark Twain.
The Rhymers Rodeer weekend includes a cocktail show on Friday, an open mic session for “all comers” Saturday morning and a dinner show on Saturday night. The Friday evening show is $30 with no-host cocktails at 7:00 p.m. and the show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening’s dinner show is $55 with no-host cocktails at 6:00 p.m., dinner at 6:30 p.m. and show time at 7:30 p.m. An open mic session will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.
Rhymers Rodeer information is available at www.carsonvalleyinn.com including an easy-to-use form for ordering tickets and making hotel reservations at special Rhymers Rodeer rates. Information is also available through the Carson Valley Inn Sales Department at 775-783-6679. The event is produced by Kay Fanning and Jim King.
The Carson Valley Inn (www.carsonvalleyinn.com) is located on US Highway 395 in Minden, NV near the start of State Highway 88, twenty minutes from Lake Tahoe’s south shore and 45 minutes south of Reno. The property includes a recently-remodeled casino, 152-room hotel, 74-room motor lodge, 59-site RV Park and a convenience store with Shell gas and diesel fuel. There are also three dining facilities including CV Steak, the Inn’s new Nevada-style steakhouse featuring steaks, seafood, pasta dishes and more.