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Florence Jr. Parada Rodeo

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Event# 520-868-7589

Event Details

The Florence Jr. Parada Rodeo is the Nation's Oldest continuous junior rodeo. There will be novelty events as well as "regular" rodeo events.

Participants are ages 5-18.

The annual Florence Jr. Parada Rodeo is known as the "Cowboy Cradle of the Great Southwest" - home to many World Renowned Rodeo Cowboys.

Time: Parade 10am; Rodeo 1pM
Location: Charles Whitlow Rodeo Grounds, 3 miles south of Florence on Hwy 79

Cost: $5.00 per carload at the rodeo grounds

Information: Florence Parks & Recreation, (520) 868-7589

Florence Jr. Parada Rodeo

Address : 3 miles S of Florence on Hwy 79 Florence AZ
Phone : 520-868-7589   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $5 per car includes program

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