Good people do good works.

Yes, the rodeo is coming to Levant to Apple Hill Stables September 9th, 10th and 11th.

And again this the year the proceeds will benefit Anah Shrine Temple and help support the children’s hospital.

Yes a great cause, and a professional rodeo with saddle bronc riding, bull riding, bareback bronc riding, steer wrestling, calf roping, rodeo clowns, team roping, bull fighters barrel racing and tie-down roping.

See why it’s 3 days. That’s a lot of activity

And it includes lots of cowboys and cowgirls and Horses.

Apple Hill Stables
Apple Hill Stables

Larry Frost from Apple Hill Stables joined us on the Q106.5 Morning Show to talk rodeo and all the events that are planned, and about the beneficiary of the proceeds, Anah Shriner’s.

$45 thousand dollars last year. How much this year. What a great cause, what a great event. Family fun, and participation.

Friday night starts at 7pm, Saturday at 6 pm, Sunday at 2 pm.

Tickets might be available at the gate, but you take your chances. Advance ticket information

This year on Saturday before the rodeo there will be a western theme parade in the town of Levant beginning at 11am. Shriner Clowns, floats, and horses. And who doesn’t love a parade.

Love this Clown

And bonus after the rodeo you can stay and watch the horses and the participants do drills. On Sunday that will happen before the start of the rodeo.

A great Maine community event and also great that the proceeds go to charity.

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