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Overbrook PRIDE will host Santa Fe Trail Days once again this
All events will take place Saturday, Sept. 25 at Overbrook fairgrounds.
Beginning at noon, at the High Noon Saloon, will be the opening
ceremony with the Adjutant General’s Mounted Color Guard.
Children’s games follow at 12:30 p.m., including the stick
horse race, three-legged race, pancake flipping, milk bucket race,
cow pie tossing, egg race and much more.
The Fun Show beings at 2 p.m. in the fairgrounds arena. Events in
the show include the boot race, diaper race, scoop shovel race,
flag race, ribbon race, pick-up race and mutton busting. An entry
fee will be charged for the show. A dance will complete the day,
from 7-10 p.m. in the High Noon Saloon, by Mike and Brenda Schrimer.
Santa Fe Trail Days will also host an open fire chili cook-off on
Saturday. An entry fee will be charged. Categories include chicken
chili, chili with beans, chili without beans and best hot chili.
Set-up begins at 7 a.m., judging at 4 p.m. and prizes awarded at
The High Noon Saloon will be serving root beer, cream soda, sarsaparilla,
root beer floats, popcorn, peanuts and beer. Ham and beans or stew
will be served for lunch and chili or a brisket sandwich meal for
dinner. Don’t miss the live entertainment by the High Noon
For more information, contact Nancy Durbin at firstname.lastname@example.org