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  1. OES Service Dog raffle

    June 1, 2019 - May 31, 2020 @ Dodge City

    The Order of the Eastern Star is a service organization throughout the World. We are raising funds to purchase/train Service Dogs for those in need of comfort. The Dodge City OES group is raffling a beautiful quilt located at Birds of a Feather Quilt Shop in Dodge City. (509 N 2nd Ave, Suite 9 – the old Eckles mall) All funds raised will be donated to the Service Dog project. Raffle tickets are $5.00 Drawing will be early Spring 2020

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  2. Dodge City Days 2019

    July 25, 2019 - August 4, 2019 @ Dodge City

    2019 marks the 59th year for the Dodge City Days Festival! The Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce, along with a committee of community members, coordinates the 10-day festival each year. Its original intent was to celebrate Dodge City's great western heritage, and it still accomplishes that goal 59 years later/ The Chamber and the Dodge City Day committee strive to make the festival bigger and better every year.

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  3. PRCA Rodeo

    July 31, 2019 - August 4, 2019 @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

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  4. Central Station Street Dance

    July 31, 2019, 9:30 PM - August 1, 2019, 1:30 AM @ Central Station Bar & Grill – 207 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd.

    What’s after the rodeo? SUNNY SWEENEY with special guest Matt Castillo! What a combination! For advance ticket information call 620-225-1176. Look for the FREE shuttle from the rodeo grounds.

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  5. $500 Medallion Hunt

    August 1, 2019, All Day @ Dodge City Daily Globe – 705 Second Ave.

    The Dodge City Daily Globe once again presents the long-awaited and anticipated Medallion Hunt. The hunt begins when the first clue appears on dodgeglobe.com on July 23rd, then daily in the Dodge City Daily Globe. Interpret the clues, find the medallion, and turn it in for a $500.00 cash reward. Back again this year: present your Dodge City Days Lapel Pin at the Dodge City Daily Globe office and receive an extra clue to the Medallion’s location! For more information, contact the Dodge City Daily Globe at (620) 225-4151.

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  6. DODGE CITY ROUNDUP PRCA RODEO

    August 1, 2019, All Day @ Dodge City Roundup Arena – 608 S. 14th Ave.

    Dodge City RoundUp PRCA Rodeo – a ProRodeo Tour Rodeo/ Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame Rodeo is one of the highlights of the festival. Five nights of nonstop action makes the rodeo the place to be! PRCA Clown Barrelman, “Backflip” Johnny Dudley, and specialty act Thomàs Garcilazo, award-winning charro roper, will entertain you each night throughout the rodeo. The Kid’s Boot Scramble we be held nightly and is sponsored by First Christian Church of Dodge City. Sonic Mutton Bustin’ qualifiers will be competing nightly with the finals Sunday night. All tickets are $3.00 more on the day of the event. Children’s prices and accessible seating for disabled people are available. For ticket information call 1-866-DCRODEO, (620) 225-2244 or order online at www.dodgecityroundup.org. Browse the many vendor booths before the rodeo and enjoy live musical entertainment before and after the rodeo nightly! Fireworks will follow the Wednesday night performance only, sponsored by Phillips Chiropractic Clinic.

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  7. Patriot - Team Roping

    August 1, 2019 - August 4, 2019 @ Western State Bank Expo Center

    Join us for a fun day of team roping!!

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  8. Boot Hill Museum's Summer Season Specials

    August 1, 2019, 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM @ Boot Hill Museum

    While the Museum is open 362 days a year, throughout the summer months, historical interpreters provide you with endless entertainment. You can enjoy one of the best country-style meals in the American West. Witness exciting gunfights between the good guys and the bad guys, listen to Miss Kitty croon in the Long Branch while the Can-Can girls kick up their heels, and experience Dodge City’s history through many different historical reenactments. Interactive displays throughout the museum provide year-round entertainment and a unique learning experience. It is recommended to make reservations for the Variety Show and Country-Style Dinner. Call 620-227-8188 to get your evening scheduled! Reserve tickets in advance

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  9. Landmark National Bank Art Show

    August 1, 2019, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Landmark National Bank – 100 W. Spruce St.

    Landmark National Bank invites the public to attend the 27th Annual Landmark Art Show. This year’s art show exhibits the work of retired Marshal of Dodge City, Allen Bailey. Bailey is a professional wildlife and western artist who held the title of ‘Marshal of Dodge City’ for over 17 years. Over the years, Bailey has produced paintings, line drawings, and even a few cartoons for various outdoor publications and catalogs. Admission is free. For further information, call (620) 227-8111.

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  10. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Team Horsemanship Competition

    August 1, 2019, 8:00 AM @ Ford County Fair Grounds – 901 W. Park Street

    Miss Rodeo Kansas/Teen Pageant contestants are hard at work beginning at 8:00 a.m. Come watch the ladies show off their horsemanship skills! No admission charge. For more information, contact Katera Kemp at (785) 443-0018.

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  11. Slack (WRPA) followed by PRCA slack

    August 1, 2019, 8:00 AM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena – 608 S. 14th Ave.

    Free admission to all slack events. For more information on all Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo events, call (620) 225-2244.

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  12. Historic Trolley Tours

    August 1, 2019, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Dodge City Visitor Information Center

    Hop on the Dodge City Trolley for a trip back to the 1870’s. Visit the original locations of the Longbranch Saloon, Gospel Hill, the “deadline”, Front Street and so much more. Tour Fort Dodge, follow the path of the Santa Fe Trail and learn a few colorful stories along the way. This is a great way to get your bearings with an overview of Dodge City. Then you can plot the rest of your visit by adding those locations pointed out on the tour. Daily 1-hour narrated tours are offered Memorial weekend through Labor Day. The enclosed, air-conditioned trolley departs from the Visitor Information Center. Summer Hours (Memorial Day – Labor Day) 9:00 a.m. , 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. & 3:00 p.m.

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  13. Cattle U

    August 1, 2019, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Boot Hill Casino & Resort Conference Center – 4100 W. Comanche St.

    Cattle U is a new program modeled after High Plains Journal’s successful series of educational events. Targeted to cattleman, this paid event will provide educational sessions designed to help cattle producers elevate their knowledge, as well as connect with fellow producers and cattle industry companies. Join High Plains Journal for this 50+ booth trade show. To register, go to cattleu.net. For more information call 620-227-7171.

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  14. Miss Rodeo Kansas Queen and Teen at Wright Park

    August 1, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    Come meet the Miss Rodeo Kansas Queen and Teen Contestants as they participate in the Wacky Trike Races and sign autographs. For more information, contact Katera Kemp at (785) 443-0018.

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  15. Pepsi Dog Day Afternoon

    August 1, 2019, 11:00 AM @ Wright Park – 71 N. 2nd Ave.

    The 2019 Wacky Trike races, sponsored by Pepsi, are back and more competitive than ever! Come and watch corporate teams race against each other on these crazy, zany, adult-sized trikes. See who will win bragging rights and the traveling trophy for the year to come. Pepsi will be serving up the hot dogs, chips, and Pepsi for only $1.00! There will be food, fun, and music sponsored by Q-97, Z-98, and La Ke Buena. Teams must register to compete. For more information or to sign up your team, contact the Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce at (620) 227-3119, dcdays@dodgechamber.com, or visit dodgecitydays.org.

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  16. PRCA Clown Autographs

    August 1, 2019, 11:00 AM @ Wright Park – 71 N. 2nd Ave.

    Come meet and get acquainted with your favorite wild and crazy rodeo clowns. The rodeo clowns will be here to sign autographs for everyone. Don’t get left out! For more information on all Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo events, call (620) 225-2244.

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  17. Family Fun at the Long Branch Lagoon

    August 1, 2019, 11:30 AM @ Long Branch Lagoon Aquatics Park – 111 4th Ave.

    Bring your 2019 Dodge City Days Lapel Pin to the Long Branch Lagoon and swim for just $4.00 per person! There is no better way to spend these hot summer days than splashing around at the Long Branch Lagoon. Season passholders will be entered into a drawing each time they attend and show their 2019 Dodge City Days Lapel Pin. Offer only valid during Dodge City Days 2019 (Friday, July 26 – Sunday, August 4). For more information, contact the Long Branch Lagoon at (620) 225-8156.

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  18. The Vaqueros

    August 1, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Boot Hill Museum- 500 W Wyatt Earp Blvd

    When Spanish settlers arrived in New Spain – later Mexico and the American Southwest – they brought with them the tradition of the Vaquero, a horse-mounted livestock herder that originated on the Iberian Peninsula of Europe. As American settlers moved west, they adopted the methods of the Vaqueros for managing large herds of cattle. In the 1870s, demand for beef grew and the cattle industry boomed. Massive cattle drives to railheads in towns like Garden City, Dodge City, and Abilene required the unique skills of Hispanic, Black, American Indian, and white cowboys of the Vaquero tradition. This presentation highlights the culture of the Vaquero, including the development of the corrido, a form of ballad popular among cowboys. Presented by Gene Chávez. Gene consults on diversity issues as president of Chávez and Associates.

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  19. Exceptional Rodeo

    August 1, 2019, 5:30 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena – 608 S. 14th Ave

    “Strike up Awareness for Autism, Special Needs, and Disabilities.” Join us for an “Exceptional” night at Roundup Arena sponsored by Perfect Fit Foundation of SWK, Inc. starting at 5:30 p.m. Contestants with special needs and disabilities will participate in rodeo events. A raffle will also be set up with various prizes. Perfect Fit Foundation of SWK, Inc. is a local charity focused on helping to bring awareness, support, and resources to individuals and families living with special needs within our community! Perfect Fit is currently generating funds for a Therapy and Learning Center for children with special needs and disabilities. Wear your BLUE and join Roundup Rodeo in partnership with Perfect Fit Foundation of SWK, Inc. to shine a light on Autism, Disabilities, and Special Needs at this first annual Exceptional Rodeo Night!"

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  20. Pizza Hut Pizza and Pepsi Night

    August 1, 2019, 6:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena – 608 S. 14th Ave

    Get a Pizza Hut Personal Pan Pizza and Pepsi for only a $3.00 donation. All proceeds will be donated to local nonprofits. Rodeo ticket required for entry. For more information on all DC Roundup PRCA Rodeo events, call (620) 225-2244.

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  21. "Law and Order: C-Rhyme and Pun-ishment"

    August 1, 2019, 7:30 PM @ Depot Theater – 101 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd.

    The Depot Theater youth take the stage in this musical spoof of the long-running tv show! In the nursery rhyme justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups — the detectives, who investigate the crime, and the magistrates, who prosecute the defenders. These are their rhymes. The Inspector and the Punnish Sir (Yes, he’s always scrambling for egg puns!) have been called in to investigate a crime scene where a Mister Humpty Dumpty has been found shattered and fowl play is suspected. Can they solve the c-rhyme? With hilarious musical numbers like “Mountain of Love,” “Eggicide,” and “What the HONK Is Going On?,” the yolk’s on you if you think this tongue-in-cheek musical is for young children. There are so many puns and plot twists in this Law and Order spoof, even the playwrights were surprised by the ending! Tickets are $5/$10/$15. Reservations recommended (620) 225-1001.

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  22. Depot Theater Company: Law & Order C-rhyme & Pun-ishment

    August 1, 2019, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Depot Theater Company

    In the nursery rhyme justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups — the detectives, who investigate the crime, and the magistrates, who prosecute the defenders. These are their rhymes. The Inspector and the Punnish Sir (Yes, he’s always scrambling for egg puns!) have been called in to investigate a crime scene where a Mister Humpty Dumpty has been found shattered and fowl play is suspected. Can they solve the c-rhyme? With hilarious musical numbers like “Mountain of Love,” “Eggicide,” and “What the HONK Is Going On?,” the yolk’s on you if you think this tongue-in-cheek musical is for young children. There are so many puns and plot twists in this Law and Order spoof, even the playwrights were surprised by the ending!

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  23. Central Station Street Dance

    August 1, 2019, 10:00 PM - August 2, 2019, 1:30 AM @ Central Station Bar & Grill – 207 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd.

    Feel like kicking up your heels after the Rodeo? Well bring those boots over for “NO Cover Charge!” Customer Appreciation Night. There will be a Live Band Central Station’s Deejay playing a little bit of country and a little bit of red dirt all night long! Look for the FREE shuttle from the rodeo grounds.

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