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Looking to appeal to more than the rodeo crowd and needing to bridge the gap between the parade and rodeo, this year’s Gilbert Days features the Red, White and Blues Festival.
It’s back! The 35th Annual Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo is gearing up to provide all the Wild West entertainment you could possibly want.
Enjoy this annual rodeo extravaganza where there’ll be a PRCA rodeo competition, a petting zoo, an RV show, a draft horse show, mutton bustin’ and a whole lot more.
As the saying goes, ‘The third time round is a charm,’ and the Queen Creek Roots & Boots Rodeo is gearing up for another exciting event March 7-10. Participants from around the state and across the country are expected to participate. The rodeo will be held at Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Center located at 20464 E. Riggs Road.
The temperatures are dropping and the thought of being outside is actually pleasant, making it an ideal time to experience Gilbert Days — a four-day extravaganza with a rodeo, carnival, dance and community parade celebrating the town’s western roots.
Lump together a parade, carnival, craft fair, music festival and farmers market, and what do you get? Gilbert Days - the town's annual nod to its Western roots.
This week’s Gilbert Days Rodeo will be a potpourri of the old and new, much like the town it calls home. For the first time, the rodeo will serve as the finals for the Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo Association’s yearlong season, offering the promise of three days of heightened competition and ESPN coverage of nearly 200 semi-professional rodeo athletes.
Justin McWhirt doesn't say much. Sitting at the kitchen table at his parents' home in Gilbert, he looks up from under his black cowboy hat, mostly nodding, sometimes spitting out a "yep" or a "good" as the reply for each question asked of him. Justin has always been quiet, say parents Bryan and Katrina McWhirt - especially around adults he doesn't know.