It's not too early to begin thinking about, and planning for, the annual Little Britches Rodeo Weekend in Cedaredge.
The Surface Creek Valley Lions Club is already making plans for the weekend of July 13 activities, and they are inviting other organizations and individuals to join in with them.
The annual parade on Saturday is a highlight of the community's participation in the rodeo weekend events. A good turnout for this fun event shows community pride.
Registration forms to participate in this popular and fun event are available at Food Town and at the Cedaredge Chamber of Commerce office located at 245 West Main Street in Cedaredge.
Parade staging will be conducted this year as follows: parade entries will gather on NW Cedar Street to line up in their positions in the parade at 11:30 a.m. The parade route will be NW Cedar to NW 5th Street, then south to Main, then east on Main to 2nd (or possibly 3rd Street, to be determined) and then south on 2nd (or 3rd), and then to 2nd Avenue where the parade will end. The final route plan is subject to change depending on the progress of construction on the West Main Street improvement project.
The Surface Creek Lions Club will be taking the lead again with the booths and activities in Town Park on Saturday. The Lions will have their annual cook-out at the Lions Shelter located in the Southeast corner of Town Park. The event is one of the club's fundraiser events that produces funds for scholarships and other worthy and vital community activities throughout the year.
Other non-profit organizations interested in setting up a booth to sell their products in the park on Saturday can do so at no charge; but participation requires advance approval by the Lions. If you are in a non-profit organization and want to reserve booth space, please contact Bill Miller at 856-6153.
This parade is sponsored by the Lions Club and supported by the Little Britches Organization and the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring a dance on Saturday night in the Cedaredge Community Center.blog comments powered by Disqus