Upcoming Special Acts and Events at the CWWR
July 13 — Whiplash The Cowboy Monkey will be entertaining fans at the CWWR.
Whiplash is truly a fan favorite. He is the world’s smallest cowboy, 3-Time Pro Rodeo Entertainer of the Year, and an international star who has been putting smiles on faces for years. Whiplash is a Capuchin Monkey who has been riding since he was two years old. He travels the country herding wild Barbados sheep at rodeos and other events. Whiplash, dressed in his cowboy hat, silk scarf, chaps and Justin Boots, never misses a chance to show his skills and cowboy spirit as he rides his trusty Border Collie mount, Boogie. Learn more at www.whiplashthecowboymonkey.com and https://www.facebook.com/whiplash.cowboymonkey/ We will have double the fun with Whiplash and Joe Carr, funny man/rodeo clown.
July 13 and August 10 — funny man/rodeo clown, Joe Carr
Young and old will be sure to enjoy Joe’s rodeo antics and will gasp and cheer as bulls ram the barrel he takes shelter in during the bull riding. Joe has been entertaining rodeo fans in the west for fourteen plus years.
July 13th, July 20th, July 27th, and August 3rd. — Time to Ride
Alpine Animal Hospital “Time to Ride” There will be horseback rides for kids in a special pen, lessons on horse care, and the opportunity for questions and answers. Be sure and visit them and tell them how much you enjoy Time to Ride. If it proves popular they may offer more dates.
July 20 — Tough Enough to Wear Pink
Are You Tough Enough To Wear Pink?
Come on out July 20, 2017 for a Special Celebration!!
BE THERE IN PINK
Seeking additional sponsors for TETWP! Call CWWRA, President Mike Kennedy at 970-379-3907 for more information.
Do you know a family member or close friend whose life was impacted by cancer? Chances are you do. You too can join the western community in its efforts to raise research funds for the fight against cancer! The Calaway Young Cancer Center at Valley View Hospital will receive a portion of the rodeo proceeds.
Join us for a special celebration of cancer survivors at our rodeo on Thursday July 21st at 7:30pm. It’s the western community’s way toward the cure. Come join us in remembering those we have lost to cancer and showing your support of those fighting the fight.