CATTLE DRIVE - Buckeye Days 2012





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BUCKEYE ARIZONA - Arizona Celebrating 100 years
Cattle drive down mainstreet Buckeye, Arizona in celebration of Arizona's centennial.

January 28, 2012
Buckeye, Arizona
10:00 AM
Monroe Avenue.

Buckeye Days 2012, an Arizona Centennial Event

Bring all your friends and family to these AMAZING three days of events:

Friday, January 27th -

8am to 10am it's a Cowboy Breakfast at the South Buckeye Equestrian Center

5pm it's the Main Street Mixer in Downtown Buckeye

6pm to 10pm come down the the 6th Street Plaza for a Chuck Wagon BBQ Dinner (Get those tickets EARLY! Tickets for the Chuck Wagon BBQ Dinner Friday Night are $10. You can purchase tickets at the: Recreation Center, Library,Community Center, or Buckeye Town Hall.), Live Country Music and Dancing with Ten Gallon Hat, an Arizona Hold 'em Poker Tournament, Carriage Rides, an amazing Trivia Challenge and much MORE!

Saturday, January 28th -

10am - Come for the Main Street Cattle Drive AND Parade (Now THERE's something you just don't see everyday!)

11am to 2pm - Check out the fun at the 6th Street Plaza where you'll see a High Noon Gunfight (at Noon), maybe have some old time photos taken of you and those you love, cheer for the contestants in the Lil' Miss and Mister Buckeye Contest, take in some great Pony Rides for the kids (don't forget to bring you camera!), enjoy wonderful Country Music, have a fabulous time in the kids area, enjoy great Games and much more!

2pm - It's back the South Buckeye Equestrian Center for a Senior Pro Rodeo followed by a Steak Fry and Auction!

ALSO check out the great events at the Buckeye Union High School 90th Anniversary celebrations at 11am to 2pm for an all Class Reunion and at 1pm for an Old Timers Baseball Game!

Sunday, January 29th more fun at the South Buckeye Equestrian Center

10am - It's the Chile Cookoff. Again, Get those tickets EARLY! You can purchase tickets at the: Recreation Center, Library,Community Center, or Buckeye Town Hall.)

2pm - It's another great chance to see the Senior Pro Rodeo!

For more information you may contact Phil Yabes, one of the good people of Buckeye, at (623) 349-6604 or go to the Town of Buckeye's Website at www.buckeyeaz.gov


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