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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Gates open at 10am each day
Rodeo – Saturday, May 21st • 1pm
Sunday, May 22nd • 2pm
Monday, May 23rd • 1pm
Purchase your tickets in online and save time at the gate!
Dance – Saturday, May 21st and Sunday, May 22nd – Doors open at 9pm
Purchase your dance tickets in advance & you’ll be guaranteed access until 10pm
Parade – Sunday, May 22nd at 12:30pm
Cowboy Church – Sunday, May 22nd at 10:30am
Sunday Morners Pancake Breakfast – Each morning from 8am – 11am before the rodeo action begins
PARKING [CASH ONLY]
1. In the ball diamonds on the stampede grounds
2. In the privately owned field, located directly across from the stampede grounds. Handicap parking is available [please note – this is a pasture and it has uneven ground]
Parking rates are $5/day at both of these locations. Cash only.
CAMPING [CASH ONLY]
1. Available in a privately owned field, located directly across from the stampede grounds. It is first-come, first-serve. Campfires will be permitted if there is no provincial fire ban and they must be contained to a pit or barrel [bring your own]. The rate at this location is: $40 for the weekend or $20 for 1 night. You can arrive as soon as Thursday night.
Day parking is also available in the same field for $5/day.
2. Additional camping is available immediately west of the stampede grounds. It is also a first-come, first-serve basis.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
A variety of food and beverage vendors will be on site to ensure your tummy is full & thirst is quenched. We will also have beer gardens for adults ages 19+ and older.
Pet’s are permitted within the rodeo grounds but NOT THE GRANDSTANDS. All pet’s must be on a leash and the owner must pick up and dispose of their waste immediately.
ATM’s will be located on the stampede grounds. While most food vendors and booths accept debit & credit cards, having cash on hand is never a bad idea. Our ticket booths only accept cash if you are paying at the gate.
Dress accordingly for typical May long weekend conditions. Packing a rain jacket & rubber boots aren’t a bad idea when you’re already packing your sunscreen and a hat.
Interested in volunteering? We could use your help! Please contact our Rodeo Manager, Melissa Seaman to be added to our volunteer list. We appreciate your interest to help out.
Our stampede wouldn’t be what it is today without the grateful sponsorship that we receive each year from businesses and organizations. We invite you to get involved! It would be our pleasure to work with you to find the best fit for your budget. Contact Stacey Waby or Kim Churchill to start the conversation. We look forward to hearing from you! Thank you for you interest.
We have filled all of the spots for vendors at this year’s stampede. Thank you to all of the applicants.