Columbine Park will be rockin’ this weekend. Not with loud guitars and bangin’ drums. But with cowboys and some of the meanest, baddest behemoths around.
Everyone is welcome to attend Septemberfest — Rangely’s annual Labor Day celebration. But Tim Webber, director of the Rangely Recreation and Parks District, which is the main sponsor of this weekend’s events, has some people he would like to personally invite.
In conjunction with Septemberfest, a new event, Woof Fest, will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. at Elks Park. The event will feature numerous contests, including an essay contest and a photo contest, as well as a silent auction for a handmade quilt.
Friday, September 4 Rodeo — Columbine Park 6 p.m. to Finish Saturday, September 5 Buzzard 5K Walk/Run — Elks Park 8 a.m. to Finish Registration: $15 if you wish to receive a T-Shirt Rodeo — Columbine Park 10 a.m. to Finish Bike Rally — Elks Park, Parking Lot 11 a.m.-1
RANGELY — Of course, Willie Wills knew of Walker Evans, one of the best-known off-road drivers of all time. He’d even crossed paths with him a few times at four-wheeling events.
RANGELY — The winners for the Septemberfest ranch rodeo includes:
RANGELY — For all of you who stepped out and weathered the rain, we were sorry to have had to cancel our contest.
RANGELY — Rangely Arts Council’s second annual “Art in the Park” art show at Septemberfest featured the work of 19 artists. The participating artists showed their work, which included paintings, pastels, photographs, stained glass, carved antlers, and even a woven piece. Forty-three pieces were entered and there were seven winners.