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Fred's 9th Annual Wild Wild West BBQ
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Fred's 9th Annual Wild Wild West BBQ

OGDENSBURG, NY - Round up your family and friends for Fred’s 9th Annual Wild Wild West BBQ at the Frederic Remington Art Museum on Sunday, July 25th from 11AM to 1PM or until sold out.  Fred's Wild Wild West BBQ is generously sponsored by Lipton Teas.  All proceeds benefit the Frederic Remington Art Museum.

Fred's Wild West BBQ will be catered by Parker Piercy, of PCP-BBQ Catering. Cost is $15 per meal. The meal includes pulled pork, chicken, salt potatoes, corn on the cob, macaroni salad, watermelon, and assorted Lipton Teas. Meal tickets will be sold on site the day of the event only. Tickets include museum admission and live entertainment.  Meals can be eaten on site under a lawn tent provided by Fox & Murray Funeral Home or as take-out.  The BBQ typically sells out early so don't delay your order.

Music entertainment will be provided by Gary Walts - Heavy Mellow Guitar from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Widely known as an award winning photojournalist, Gary Walts is also a virtuoso guitarist.  Mr. Walts studied guitar locally with Ron Sacci of Watertown and then with world renowned Christopher Parkening in Master Classes for three consecutive years at Messiah College near Harrisburg, Penn. in the 1980s. Learn more about it at:

The museum will be open extended hours for the event, opening early at 10 AM.  Guests are invited to tour the Albert P. and Addie P. Newell Galleries filled with Remington’s art, as well as the 2021 Members’ Juried Art Exhibition now on display in the Richard E. Winter Gallery and Torrey Family Gallery. Guests are invited to view the art in person or anytime in an online gallery at The exhibit is on display until September 12. Many of the works are for sale, with one-third of the proceeds benefiting the Frederic Remington Art Museum, and two-thirds going to the artist.