Clifton Fifer linedancing

Kerrville resident and history enthusiast Clifton Fifer will present a morning of cowboy poetry and music at Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library on Saturday. In this June 2017 photo,  Fifer teaches line dancing to members of the Children of the Republic of Texas at the group’s 57th Annual Convention.

The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library will host a morning of cowboy poetry and music with local historian Clifton Fifer at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 10, in the library meeting room. 

Fifer is a retired Kerrville school teacher and fourth-generation Texan who brings history to life 

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