During the annual Agricultural Fair in Princeton

Agri-fair and Little Britches Rodeo combine events

The Princeton and District Agricultural Fair was held this past weekend, featuring Little Britches Rodeo as the main event.

The Princeton and District Agricultural Fair was held this past weekend, featuring Little Britches Rodeo as the main event.

Barrel racing, breakaway calf roping and goat tying were a few of the events held during the rodeo, as well as a guest performance by the Marron Valley Drill Team.

Bingo, displays, contests, prize draws and numerous activities for kids were presented by vendors and the Agricultural Fair.

The annual Horseshoe Tournament was held on Saturday and the evening entertainment was provided by Dale Seaman and Highway 97.

Adults and children enjoyed the Dunk Tank provided by the Princeton Highland Dancers. The dancers got to cool off in an effort to raise funds for a trip to a competition in Hawaii.

Fun Zone Rentals out of Kamloops helped to provide two days of pure fun and excitement for the kids attending both the rodeo and the fair. The Laser Tag, Enclosed Bounce/Slide and the Pirate Ship Bounce/Slide were huge hits and the crew manning them did an excellent job.

The next and final event of this season at the Princeton Exhibition Grounds will be held on Saturday, October 26.

Get your spooks on and prepare for Halloween Family Fun Night 2013.

 

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