Mark Your Calendars for the 2016 105th Annual Grangeville Border Days Rodeo
presented by Les Schwab Tire Centers, Gortsema Motors and Askers Harvest Foods
2016 RODEO SCHEDULE
Friday, July 1st, 2016 at 7 pm (Family Night, parents and their minor children get in for $25.00, “No alcohol seating” available. )
Saturday, July 2nd, 2016 at 6 pm
Sunday, July 3rd, 2016 at 6pm – PINK OUT THE STANDS!!!! (It’s Cancer Awareness Night, for every person that walks into the rodeo wearing pink, the Grangeville Border Day’s Committee will donate $1 dollar to a local cancer fund.)
Admission prices: $10, age 12 and over, $5 under age 12, under 6 free.
$13,800 added money plus entry fees.
Entries open: June 20, to enter online go to Enterup.biz or call 208- 845-2051 from 10 to 5 Mountain Time Zone.
Local team roping, local barrels – call Brad Arnzen at 983-5784 after June 15.
Sanctioned by Idaho Cowboys Association, Pro-West, and NPRA. Rodeo stock by Gold Buckle Rodeo, Roosevelt, Wa.
Rodeo Slack 10:00 am July 1st, Free Admission.
2016 Parade Theme:
“Home Sweet Home”
To enter the parade, call Tanner Maynard 208.451.1003
Or print the parade entry form located in the right sidebar on this page.
Saturday, July 2nd – 2 pm
Sunday, July 3rd – 2 pm
Monday, July 4th – 11 am
KIDDIES PARADE July 4th @ 10:00 am – Sign up @ Post office
(dates and details below subject to change)
LIVE MUSIC: COLTRANE – Entertaining country western band from Lewiston, Idaho to perform at the Border Days arena immediately following the Saturday night rodeo. Sunday night, July 3rd after rodeo: HITMEN – Country rock band to perform at rodeo grounds after the rodeo. FREE ADMISSION BOTH NIGHTS!!!
CHICKEN SCRAMBLE: ALL THREE DAYS: Three chickens will be released in the arena, each chicken will have a ribbon that will stand for a different money amount, the kid who catches that chicken wins the money amount shown. This is to take the place of the calf scramble. Ages 6 to 12!!
WILD HORSE RACE: ALL THREE DAYS: Fastest time over all three rodeos wins buckles and added money sponsored by Ray Holes Saddle Company
COWBOY BREAKFAST: Masonic Temple Lodge at Main and Hall Streets, July 2nd, 3rd, 4th from 6 am to 11 am. Lodges #9 and #87
STREET SPORTS: Scheduled July 2, 3, 4 2016 Main Street, 9am, featuring the SUPER EGG TOSS
TOY SCRAMBLE: July 2nd following Street Sports for 6 and under sponsored by Grangeville Health and Rehab on Main Street
ART IN THE PARK: July 4th at the City Park. Contact Elissa or Jamie at Grangeville Centennial Library 208-983-0951
FIRECRACKER FUN RUN: July 2nd – Sign up at Main and State 7:00am. Race at 7:45am @ Main and State St. Call Joanne at 208-507-0720 or visit http://syringahospital.org. Proceeds to Syringa renovation fund.
HOLE IN THE WALL ART SHOW: July 2nd and 3rd from 9am to 5pm at Ray Holes Mini Mall, sponsored by Central Idaho Art Association.
BICENTENNIAL MUSEUM: Open July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th from 1pm to 5pm.
WALKING TACOS: July 4th – 10:00am in the City Park sponsored by the Trinity Lutheran Church
OLD FASHIONED STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE: July 4th in the City Park, 11am, by the United Methodist Church
CAMAS PRAIRIE CRUISERS: Free car show next to city park on July 3rd from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. ALL cars welcome – Call Annell – 208-983-2333 for more info!
CARNIVAL: BOUNCY HOUSE, 25 FT SLIDE AND MECHANICAL BULL!!!
BORDER DAYS RAFFLE:
$1000 cash for First
$300 cash for Second, sponsored by Quality Heating, Grangeville
$150 cash for Third, sponsored by LeAnnes Flower and Garden Center
$ 2.00 per ticket, drawn on July 3, 2016 night rodeo
Proceeds got to Kathy Stefani and the Grangeville School’s Music Department
2016 MAJOR RODEO SPONSORS
- Gortsema Motors
- Les Schwab Tire Center
- Asker’s Harvest Foods
- Grangeville Super 8 Motel
- Bud’s Power Sports
FIREWORKS: July 4, 10pm at the football field
ROYALTY EVENTS: 2017 Queen tryouts – June 28th, 2016 @ 6:30 pm at Border days arena. Queens luncheon July 4th at 12 noon at the Eagles Lodge, Call Scott Eldridge 983-1004
Please contact the Grangeville Border Days committee for any changes or additions to the above information.