Georgetown prepares its rodeo rampage
August 30, 2013 by James
The Williamson Museum will present the Chisholm Trail Days in San Gabriel Park in Georgetown, Texas this fall. Many fun activities are planned, and these are sure to please all ages.
Shootouts and stick horse rodeos will no doubt delight children, who can also enjoy chuck wagons and the children’s corral. The event will kick off with a cowboy breakfast, which Fiddlefire will be serving starting first thing in the morning, and activities begin soon after, including the pony rides, blacksmiths displays, food and craft vendors, and living history demos. A cattle drive takes place at noon.
Live music will be provided throughout the event. Performers include Buckaroo Boys, Cowboy Poetry-Cowboy Jay and Buck Doff, Cowboy Jam, and the Yodeling Cowgirl.
Vendors frequently use the services of print companies to prepare materials needed for participation at events such as this. Banner printing is a necessary step in preparing for a booth. Often printed in sturdy vinyl, they are placed either at the back of the booth or front hanging from the top of draped from the table. Banners contain the seller’s name and products offered.
The event will take place on October 18 and 19, with the 2nd Annual cattleman’s ball on the latter day. The ball will honor The Avery Family of Round Rock. Sponsorships are available at various levels and benefits, and vendor space is also on offer to those with something to exhibit.
The event information is available on the website, including the full schedule together with the cattle drive and the rodeo details. For more information, call 512-943-1670.