Box 1480, Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada, T5J 2N5
Toll Free: 1-888-800-PARK (7275)
Phone: (780) 471-7210
Fax: (780) 471-8195
November 5-9, 2008
Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) takes over Edmonton
bringing with it the best rodeo competitors from the Canadian
professional rodeo season. They?ll wrestle steers, rope cattle, race
around barrels at break-neck speeds, and battle bucking broncos and
bulls to compete for the title of Canadian champion. It?s the wildest
ride in the west.
CFR has been a proud part of Edmonton?s
history since 1974 and boasts the richest purse in Canadian rodeo with
$1,000,000 awarded in 2004. More than 94,000 fans took in the rodeo
action last November setting a new record for the highest ever overall
attendance in CFR history.
Miss Rodeo Canada
year, contestants from rodeos throughout western Canada test their
skills in horsemanship, public speaking, modeling and personal
interview competitions for the honour of being crowned Miss Rodeo
Canada. These young ladies act as ambassadors for the sport of rodeo
and participate in numerous engagements throughout the year.
Dodge City presents Christmas Crafts
This show features 15,000 sq. ft. of Christmas crafts.
City trade and gift show is a great source for western products and
offers a one-stop shopping experience. It features more than 200
western exhibits and a western art show. Find everything from western
wear, original art, country crafts, one-of-a-kind western treasures and
much more. It?s the perfect place to do your Christmas shopping.
Black Tie Bingo
Tie Bingo is one of the most popular live and silent auctions held in
Edmonton each year.This evening of fun and games is an opportunity for
the community to show their support of the professional rodeo family,
as all proceeds from the event are donated to the Edmonton Rodeo
Cowboy?s Benevolent Foundation.
Guests enjoy an elegant
dinner while playing bingo for luxury prizes. There is also a live and
silent auction. Bingo prizes and auction items are donated by corporate
sponsors and close to 200 businesses from across Canada.
Magic is a community outreach program that offers the experience of a
lifetime for special needs children ages six to 14. It?s an
interactive, fun rodeo that provides an opportunity for the children to
meet professional rodeo athletes and become cowboys
and cowgirls for a day. Special needs schools in Edmonton and
surrounding areas receive information and invitations to participate in
this great program.
For more information: