Wade House meets the Wild West






Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show came to the Wade House in Greenbush over the weekend as re-enactors put a performance straight out of the 1890s for enthusiastic crowds Saturday and Sunday. Led by “Buffalo Bill” Cody himself (far left), the show featured sharpshooting by the likes of Annie Oakley (above) and others along with fancy riding from Cossack Ivan the Black (above left) and the King of the Cowboys (below left). The show also included trick shooting, fancy roping, a stagecoach holdup foiled by Buffalo Bill himself (cover), audience participation and lots more fun. For more pictures from the Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show at the Wade House, see the photo album on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/wisconsinnewspress or search for ‘Plymouth Review’ on Facebook. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show came to the Wade House in Greenbush over the weekend as re-enactors put a performance straight out of the 1890s for enthusiastic crowds Saturday and Sunday. Led by “Buffalo Bill” Cody himself (far left), the show featured sharpshooting by the likes of Annie Oakley (above) and others along with fancy riding from Cossack Ivan the Black (above left) and the King of the Cowboys (below left). The show also included trick shooting, fancy roping, a stagecoach holdup foiled by Buffalo Bill himself (cover), audience participation and lots more fun. For more pictures from the Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show at the Wade House, see the photo album on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/wisconsinnewspress or search for ‘Plymouth Review’ on Facebook. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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