Community Events for September 2022
The world’s only year round rodeo every Friday and Saturday night at 7:30pm in the historic Fort Worth Cowtown Coliseum. The Stockyards Championship Rodeo maintains a strong commitment to visitors looking for an authentic Western Cowboy Experience. The show features bull riding, tie down roping, team roping, barrel racing, bronc riding and break away roping. Plus calf and mutton scrambles for the kids!
The Colorado State Fair began October 9, 1872. It was held by Southern Colorado Agricultural and Industrial Association, which received no cash assistance from the community or the State. The Colorado State Fair was incorporated on November 17, 1886. After becoming incorporated, the Fair purchased fifty acres of land located near Mineral Palace Park. The fair remained at Mineral Palace Park until 1890 when the board moved the site to 100-acres of land that was located west of Lake Minnequa.
Today the Colorado State Fair resides on 102 acres of land that contains paved streets and impressive landscaping. The fair has been host to countless celebrity concerts and used throughout the year for community events. Every year there are new activities and educational opportunities for Colorado citizens and visitors to enjoy. The fair has been a focal point for the Pueblo community and will hopefully continue to be one well into the future.
This 4 day fair is a must see event! With music and entertainment, world class performances daily, PBR, exciting rides, games, and attractions, the Central Texas State Fair is truly a place where families make memories and traditions begin. This September, Fair visitors will have the opportunity to discover “The Bulls & Bands” and enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of Central Texas!
The Central Texas State Fair Association is a volunteer supported, Labor Day tradition that contributes to the quality of life for Bell County and the surrounding area. The Central Texas State Fair Association strives to preserve and promote an understanding of the agricultural industry, and stays true and committed to its mission of supporting youth and community.
You are going to see mules Jumping, Racing, Poles, Barrels, Gaited Mules, Western Pleasure, Reining, Halter Mules.. and so MUCH more.
Guests are welcome at Cal Farley’s historic Boys Ranch campus. We are located at the site of Old Tascosa, a pioneer town where the likes of Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett walked its dusty streets.
Since 1939, though, it has served a much different purpose. On land once known for gun fights and barroom brawls, Cal Farley’s residents learn the value of integrity, perseverance and faith in God.
Bling-O, a ladies-night-out of Bingo played for designer purses, is a fun night of games, food, and fellowship. The event will include a silent auction as well as many additional games, a chance drawing for a Louis Vuitton purse and more fun surprises. Come enjoy the evening and see if you can take home a little bling from Bling-O!
At the West Texas Fair & Rodeo you’ll find a plethora of delicious, unique foods, a carnival with rides for everyone to enjoy, two nights of Tractor Pull thrills, 5 nights of PRCA Rodeo action, the best livestock from across Texas, musicians, entertainment and much more!
A Gathering to celebrate the cowboy way of life and western swing music, all to benefit HOUSE OF FAITH, a local non profit!
The Tri-State Fair & Rodeo is the largest annual event in the Texas Panhandle, with an average of 130,000 people in attendance. In recent years, Fair visitors have represented 36 States, several foreign countries, and all 36 Panhandle counties. An event of this scale would not be possible without more than 600 local volunteers, who put in over 15,000 hours during the nine days of the Fair.
The Waller County Fair Association is a charitable tax exempt 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The mission of the Waller County Fair Association (WCFA) is to promote a wholesome and productive lifestyle for our youth. The WCFA is a volunteer organization. Each year we appoint our board of directors and work with many members of the community to help produce our programs and events.We want to thank all of those who volunteer their time and resources to make our projects successful. To accomplish this, the WCFA utilizes its available resources to provide many academic and vocational scholarship opportunities. The overall goal is to develop future generations that exhibit strong character, an excellent work ethic, good sportsmanship, and a strong sense of personal responsibility. Since 1945 it has grown and added fun activities, community facilities, and expanded the scholarship opportunities.
The Pasadena Livestock Show & Rodeo seeks to exclude no one. All are welcome to become part of the Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo family by becoming a volunteer or being a contestant or a visitor. We look forward to sharing our success with you. It is because of people such as yourself and business such as yours that we are successful in providing educational opportunities for area students.
4th annual Abilene Special All Girl Team Roping Friday 5 pm. All Around Cowgirl buckle and Saddle awarded. Preifert chute to champion Breakaway plus many prizes. Also WSTR Title Fights and UCR events going on.
The East Texas State Fair is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes through the operation of an annual event promoting education, entertainment and the spirit of competition. The Fair is committed to agricultural heritage, families and service to the community. Our mission is also to create commerce for Tyler and Smith County by providing venues for others to utilize and by drawing participants to the complex. Since 1992 the East Texas State Fair has offered $877,000 in scholarships.