LOCATED INSIDE THE RED GATE, THE WASHINGTON STATE FAIR (253) 752-9708 foldfield@comcast.net
Western Artist, Fred Oldfield

Fred’s Birthday Breakfast Fundraiser

Friday, March 20th, 2020 ~ 8 am – 9 am

  • Doors open at 7:30 am
  • At the Fred Oldfield Western Heritage & Art Center
  • Washington State Fairgrounds – Red Gate

The Oldfield Center Board of Directors, invites you to our

Annual Celebration Breakfast Fundraiser

There is no fee for our Celebration Breakfast. Our hope is that our Guests will make a Donation or Pledge to the Center. By helping us honor the work of Fred Oldfield, you enable us to apply every dollar raised by the Celebration Breakfast to support the Center’s operations, the Experience Art Program, the many cultural events annually offered free to the public, and thus in transforming the lives of our youth!

Tables seat 8 Guests. Let us know if you’d you like to be a Table Captain and ask your Friends to join you. You may choose to make your gift in full or make payments throughout the year towards your pledge. We thank you in advance for you attendance and generous donation.

NEW THIS YEAR!

YOU can sit up front with FRED’s POSSE! Just Pre-Pledge to support a child for one year of art classes for $30 a month!

Please RSVP to reserve your space.

Guest Speaker, Darlene Anderson
A Master Teaching Artist for Tacoma Arts Live and
Teacher for the Oldfield Heritage Center.

“No one can get an education, for of necessity, education is a continuing process.”
~ Louis L’Amour

 Since a bright spring day back in 1918, Fred Oldfield had experienced life in the American West to its fullest and dedicated himself and his art to sharing that western artist heritage with art lovers of all ages, inspiring and informing coming generations about this important part of our history. Western Art, like Jazz, is truly a uniquely American form of artistic expression. Fred was one of the last “cowboy artists” and felt a deep responsibility to impart his experiences and encourage exploration through art.

Western Artist, Fred Oldfield