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Crooked River Roundup to host its 11th Annual Kickoff Party on April 27th

The Kickoff Party comes just over a month before the iconic Crooked River Roundup Rodeo and Races set for June and July

Crooked River Roundup 2024 Queen Mary Makenna Olney (Photo Courtesy – Crooked River Roundup)

Prineville, Ore. – The Crooked River Roundup is set to hold its 11th Annual Kickoff Party on April 27th at the Crook County Fairgrounds in Prineville, Oregon.

The event will feature a live and silent auction, as well as the queen’s coronation. Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 at the door, and they include a tri-tip and chicken dinner. The event’s grand marshals, Rick and Linda Smith, will also be honored at the event.

This years Crooked River Roundup Queen is Mary Makenna Olney.

Crooked River Roundup includes two key summer equestrian events every year. The first is a rodeo, followed weeks later by their horse races. The events have been a longtime staple of Central Oregon and the Prineville community.

“The Crooked River Roundup is an iconic part of the fabric of the Prineville community,” says Steve Holliday, President of the all-volunteer Crooked River Roundup Association. “It’s a family-friendly tradition that dates back generations– providing us an opportunity to celebrate our western heritage, reconnect with neighbors, and welcome new friends and visitors.”

Doors for the kickoff party open at 5 pm, with dinner starting at 6 pm. Those looking for tickets for the kickoff event can call or text (541) 460-1239. Tickets for the kickoff party are not available online.

The Rodeo is scheduled for June 20-23, while the Races are scheduled for July 11-14. Rodeo and Races tickets are already available for purchase online

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