Nita Dyslin/courtesy Charles Goodnight Historical Center

Nita Dyslin/courtesy Charles Goodnight Historical Center

Cattleman Charles Goodnight entertained many a visitor in the home he built in 1887 on the High Plains east of Amarillo. The Armstrong County Museum in Claude, which operates the house as the Goodnight Historical Center, will revive its legacy of frontier hospitality September 5, 2015 with “Goodnight Under the Stars,” a $100-per-person museum fundraiser. The event features a steak dinner, local wine, Western Swing music by Jody Nix, and artists Jack Sorenson and Jeff Gottfried, who will create and sell their work in the historic house.

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