VOL. 17 ISSUE NO. 35   |   AUGUST 31 - SEPTEMBER 6, 2011

AUGUST 31, 2011

9th annual Cave Creek Wild West Days set for November 4-6

wwd logoCAVE CREEK – Wild West Days, Arizona’s largest western venue and a Cave Creek signature event, will be held from November 3 – 6 in downtown Cave Creek. The four-day venue kicks off with a golf tournament at Rancho Manana Golf Club followed by three days of non-stop family entertainment, mutton bustin’, dances, a period costume competition, musical performers, period vendors, a western parade and Walk for 100 benefit, bathtub races, the Trainer’s Challenge, Miss Wild West Days and various horse-related activities and other festivities that have made Wild West Days a renowned annual western experience.

Visitors also will experience wildlife exhibits, western art, bull fest finals, a cowboy jail, pie eating contest, team horse events, chuck wagon cook-offs, mechanical bull riding, cowboy poetry and more. During Saturday’s activities, one side of Cave Creek Road will be closed to vehicular traffic. Only wagons, horses and foot traffic will be permitted.

A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Cave Creek Chamber of Commerce, Luv Shack Horse Rescue, the 100 Club of Arizona and the Cave Creek Museum. In addition, the event will provide charitable support to several horse-related organizations in community, which help to preserve the community’s Western heritage.

Stay tuned! Sonoran News will be introducing the main events, the players and the those who will benefit as we approach the date for this extraordinary event.

To sign up for the events, enter the parade and more information visit www.wildwest dayscavecreek.com. The CC Chamber needs Tourist Center volunteers 602-680-0101.

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