Bosque Farms, New Mexico, has one of the longest-running, old-time community fairs in the country! Next weekend, August 2-5, 2007, will mark the 68th Annual Bosque Farms Community Fair!
The Bosque Farms Community Fair was first organized in 1939, shortly after Bosque Farms was first settled. Every year since then, the small community of Bosque Farms has sponsored this town-wide event that now feels like a step back into yester-year, with such favorite events as a toad races, a greased-pole climb, three-legged races for the kids and rolling-pin throws for the grandmas, plus a talent show for all ages. The community-wide parade features loads of local horsemen and groups competing for the best float, and there are also plenty of opportunities to compete in the horse show, rodeo, or livestock exhibits, or perhaps to win a blue ribbon for your champion pies, pickles, or pumplins! Need more? How about a car show, family dance, barbecue contest, auction, art show, and loads of 4H competitions?
Come on out to the Bosque Farms Rodeo Arena this weekend and see what makes Bosque Farms such a great place to live!
Here's the schedule for next weekend's neighborhood fun:
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