September 15th-18th, 2010, marks the 100th anniversary of the Pendleton’s Round-Up Rodeo. This milestone is something I don’t plan to miss. Tickets are still available, for Wednesday and Thursday’s events, but Friday and Saturday are sold out, so act fast! Thursday is “kids’ day”, with certain general admission tickets only $1 for 18 and younger. There are also family and Senior Citizen’s discounts available for the days left.

In addition to the actual rodeo, the whole week of the 11th-18th will provide many free, family-friendly activities, including free music concerts by the Main Street Cowboys, the Westward Ho! Parade, the Tribal Ceremonial Dancing Contest, and Native American Arts and Crafts to view and purchase. For a full list, see:

Come join us this year, and “Let’er Buck”!

Becky is a mom, living in Pendleton, Oregon who likes to explore the outdoors and find free or low-cost activities to share with her family.

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