Sherman Library & Gardens will present the movie “Corazon Vaquero: The Heart of the Cowboy” at a free event scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
“California saddle maker Garry McClintock and photographer Eve Ewing have sixty-five years combined experience exploring the remote depths of Baja California, where the nearly self-sustaining Californios still live, ranch, and ride horses and mules,” the Sherman Library & Gardens website states. “In this 65 minute documentary they take you on a cinematic journey to remote ranches to meet the kind, hardworking Californios who live much as their ancestors did three hundred years ago.”
McClintock will introduce the film, which was named winner of the 2008 California Roots Award at the Paso Robles Film Festival and was a 2008 Independent Spirit Award nominee at the Santa Fe Film Festival. After the screening, he will answer questions from the audience.
Popcorn and lemonade will be served. Organizers ask you to reserve a spot in advance by calling (949) 673-2261.
Sherman Library & Gardens is located at 2647 East Coast Highway.