2020 Marks 75 Years for Crooked River Roundup
Community is invited to attend kickoff gala on February 8 in the Cowboy Capital of Oregon
One of Oregon’s oldest family entertainment events celebrates its 75th year in 2020. Community members are invited to attend the Roundup’s official 75th Anniversary Kickoff Gala on Saturday, Feb. 8 at the Crook County Fairgrounds.
The event is an opportunity to celebrate the Crooked River Roundup’s iconic place in the fabric of the Prineville community, meet the 2020 Roundup Queen, and will serve as a fundraiser for the association, fairgrounds, and local youth organizations.
The February Gala includes dinner, live music by local artists Wayward Soul and Kristi Kinsey, an auction and entertainment by cowboy poets Jay Snider, Ross Knox, and Oklahoma troubadour Kevin Davis, as well as storytelling by Warm Springs tribal elder Wilson Wewa.