Rascal Rodeo

Friday, June 30th @ 10:00 AM in the rodeo arena

Rascal Rodeo started as a High School Senior Project in 2001 for our Founder, Ann-Erica Whitemarsh. The second event didn’t take place until 2010, after she fought the idea for several years and went off to college and worked a “real job”. Since 2010, the number of annual events has doubled just about every year, with 20 scheduled in 2020. Our events are possible because of sponsors and donors who cover the expenses. Our rodeos welcome any disability and any age. It’s more than being cowboys and cowgirls, it’s discovering unknown abilities while being the stars of the show! Please join us by volunteering, donating and bringing your special needs participant. Each participant takes home a donated belt buckle that have been sent in from all over the US. Please donate your belt buckles today. 

Rascal Rodeo produces rodeos for people with special needs of all ages. Giving them the opportunity to be cowboys and cowgirls while discovering unknown abilities. Showing them they are loved, cared for and accepted. 

Do you want volunteer?  Do you want to participate?