Around the Region
  • AUGUST 5th - 8th
    BAKER COUNTY FAIR

    Baker County Fairgrounds Baker, OR
    The 2015 fair theme is “Boots, Chaps and Cowboy Hats”. Check out the Open Class Home Arts Departments and our Special Contests. This year will include local entertainment, a local talent show, and much more. This fair is a family experience, shared by people of all ages.
    For more information, call (541) 523-7881 or visit www.bakercounty.org/fair.

  • AUGUST 5th - 8th
    LINCOLN COUNTYFAIR & RODEO

    Lincoln County Fairgrounds Panaca, NV
    The weekend kicks off with the Queen contest for next year, and will include stock dog trials, a rodeo, and Jackpot 4d barrels.
    For more information, call (775) 962-2784 or visit www.lcnvfair.org.

  • AUGUST 6th - 9th
    CAMAS COUNTY FAIR

    Camas County Fairgrounds Fairfield, ID
    Come on down and enjoy this year’s Boot Scootin’ Boogie fair with arts/crafts. This year’s fair will include a 4-H horse show and gymkhana livestock, and a terrific carnival. There will be Bull Riding, a street dance and much more.
    For more information, call (208) 764-2126.

  • AUGUST 8th - 9th
    LONGHORN RANCH HORSE CHALLENGE Longhorn Quarterhorse Ranch

    Ellensburg, WA
    Novice classes: ranch agility, ranch trail, ranch cutting, ranch riding, and open classes: ranch agility, ranch trail, ranch cutting, ranch roping. You can enter 1 or all 4.
    For more information, call (509) 925-3694 or visit www.longhornquarterhorseranch.com.

  • AUGUST 13th - 16th
    CENTRAL OREGON ADULT AMATEUR HORSE CAMP

    R & B Ranch Sisters, OR
    These adult camps are to be intensive, fun, learning experience in a camp-like setting. The purpose of the camps is to help adult riders get relief from pressures of job, family and friends., where they can dive right in and accelerate the learning process in dressage.
    For more information, contact Lisa Koch at Lisakoch3@gmail.com or visit www.centraloregondressage.com.

  • AUGUST 14th - 16th
    HUCKLEBERRY FESTIVAL & ICA RODEO

    Main Street Donnelly, ID
    ICA rodeo, 5K Huck Trot walk/run, pie eating contest, parade, concert and street dance, pancake breakfast, dessert contest, vendors.
    For more information, call:
    (208) 325-8859 or visit www.donnellychamber.com.

  • AUGUST 15th - 16th
    WILD WEIPPE RODEO

    Weippe Rodeo Ground Weippe, ID
    Come support these rodeo athletes and the rodeo events. Enjoy a good cowboy breakfast, parade, dance and kids mutton busting Saturday and kids steer riding Sunday.
    For more information, contact JoAnne Schlader (208) 435-4142.

  • AUGUST 19th - 23rd
    NORTHWEST MONTANA FAIR & PRCA RODEO

    Flathead County Fairgrounds Kalispell, MT
    Experience the excitement, heritage, and culture of NW Montana. With over 100 years of tradition, the NW Montana Fair & Rodeo comes alive each year in August featuring three nights of PRCA Rodeo action, huge concerts, carnival rides galore, and great food. Join in the fast paced excitement of Indian Relay Races or the Demolition Derby. Enjoy the squeals and thrills of Pig Wrestling as teams compete in the mud for the championship.
    Admission is only $5 and seniors or children are admitted free everyday!
    For more information, call (406) 758-5810 or visit www.nwmtfair.com.

  • AUGUST 26th - 30th
    NORTH IDAHO FAIR AND RODEO

    Kootenai County Fairgrounds Coeur d’Alene, ID
    The North Idaho Fair started over 90 years ago.
    The North Idaho Fair & Rodeo will be holding it’s 7th annual Chicks-n-Chaps event, a Women’s Only Rodeo Clinic, sponsored by Wrangler, on August 28, 2015, in the clubhouse of the grandstands. All proceeds will benefit local people who have breast cancer and the Fair & Rodeo Foundation.
    Concerts, dance zone, magic, sea lions (yes, real sea lions) doing fun tricks, educational information about sharks.
    For more information, call (208) 765-4969 or visit www.northidahofair.com.

  • AUG. 26th - SEPT. 3rd
    IDAHO CUTTING HORSE ASSOC. FUTURIT Y & AGED EVENT

    Ford Idaho Horse Park Nampa, ID
    The ICHA, in sponsoring shows and aged events, strives to benefit breeders, trainers, and participants in the cutting sport.
    For more information, visit: www.idahocha.com.