Days Of 49 Greybull Wy 2023 (2024)

1. Get ready for the Days of '49 | Greybull Standard

  • Jun 9, 2016 · The Days of '49 queen and princess will be crowned at the beginning of the rodeo. Saturday, June 11The Steps for Autism fun run/walk leads off a ...

  • by nathan oster“All Roads Lead to the Days of ‘49” is the theme of Greybull’s annual summer celebration which opens today (Thursday, June 9) with duck and kayak races as well as the annual tug-of-war competition in front of Lisa’s restaurant.It’s just the first of four fun-filled days in Greybull.Here’s a closer look at this year’s schedule of events. Thursday, June 9Tonight’s spotlight shines on Lisa’s, which hosts the tug-of-war competition starting at 6 p.m. If you haven’t seen this event in the past, the strongest and toughest men, women and children battle it out as they try to avoid getting soaked and emerge victorious. Lisa’s is coordinating the event. Anyone who would like to participate or sign up as a team can do so on the night of the competition at Lisa’s. There is no entry fee.Greybull Needs a Pool is selling tickets for a Duck Race that will be held in conjunction with the tug-of-war. Tickets are being sold at $5 for one or $12 for three. The goal is to sell 500 ducks, and as of Tuesday, organizers were on track to do so. The duck race will end at the East River Bridge. Lisa’s is also coordinating a kayak race that will also be happening at the same time. Friday, June 10The Herb Asp Community Center will be the site of a two-day gun show, sponsored by the Greybull Recreation District. The show will feature a variety of guns, knives, hunting and sporting gear, self-defense, ammunition and more. Show times are 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 10 and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 11. For more information call 765-9575 or email that night, the rodeo grounds will be where the action is Friday as the open rodeo starts at 7 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for kids under 13. The Days of ’49 queen and princess will be crowned at the beginning of the rodeo. Saturday, June 11The Steps for Autism fun run/walk leads off a busy Saturday slate. Intended to raise awareness about autism, the event starts at 7:30 a.m. at the Greybull High School track. Kellie Harrington is coordinating it.Dedicated to the memory of the late G&F wildlife biologist in Greybull, the Tom Easterly Memorial Softball Tournament will be a two-day affair. Games are expected to start around 9 a.m. Saturday at the Art Schutte Sports Complex. As of June 3, 12 teams had signed up. It’ll again be a co-ed, one-pitch format. Organizer John Velasquez said anyone who would like to play should contact him, (307) 431-5004. He said he’ll try to find a spot for everyone.The Summer Fair starts at 10 a.m., but will be in a new location this year in the parking lot across the street from Town Hall. Bev Jacobs, who works for the town, is coordinating the fair. She said if you have something to sell, she’ll take registrations through the end of the day Friday, June 10. The fee is $10. All proceeds go to the Days of ’49 committee. The fair will run until about 4 p.m.“All Roads Lead to the Days of ’49” is the theme of this year’s parades.For the kiddie parade, children of all ages are invited to bring their bikes, wagons, strollers, motorized vehicles, or feet to join in the festivities. Costumes and themes are encouraged. There will be trophies awarded for the Best Bike, Greatest Use of Theme and Best Costume.   The fun will begin at 10 a.m. Participants will line up in the Bank of Greybull parking lot and promenade to the Greybull Public Library. Parents can collect their children on the library lawn with plenty of time to find a place to watch the main parade afterwards. There is no fee or pre-registration.   For more information call 765-9575 or email Ann Hanson has been chosen as the grand marshal of the main parade, which starts at 10:30 a.m. near the Catholic church. It’ll follow its traditional course — south to the stoplight, then east on Greybull Avenue.Immediately after the parade, the Friends of the Greybull Library will host the dedication of an original sculpture that was the creation of Greybull native Hillary Jones. The sculpture, named ‘Desert Perseverance,’ is being put in front of the library. The dedication will also feature fiddlers music and cowboy chow.And if you’re visiting town and haven’t done so already, the Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting will be open between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. More than 8,000 people toured the museum last year. See for yourself what all the talk is about.One of the most popular additions to the ‘49er lineup in recent years has been the classic car show. Many of the cars will be in the parade and they’ll also be parked along main street afterwards for the public’s enjoyment. Hours are from 11:30 to 4 p.m.Registration for the Shack’s third annual, and seventh overall, Zombie Survival Run begins at 1:30 p.m. at the East Bridge Landing Park by the boat dock.  All participants must have a signed release of liability form and minors must have a legal guardian sign for them.  Forms are available online at Cost is $10 for runners (grades six through adult) and $5 for zombies (Grades nine through adult).  The race is scheduled to start at 2 p.m.  Top finishers will receive rewards.The Kids Rodeo and Merchants Roping starts at 2 p.m. at the rodeo grounds.   As of early this week, the ‘49er committee was still looking for teams to compete in the merchants roping. Among the kids rodeo attractions are stick horse races, barrel racing, a boot race and dummy roping.The Cowley Boys will perform for the evening street dance, which starts at 8:30 p.m. on the west end of Greybull Avenue. In the event of inclement weather, it’ll be moved to the Herb Asp Community Center. Admission to the street dance is $5 per person. Sunday, June 12The First Baptist, Grace Fellowship, Grace Southern Baptist and Greybull Alliance churches will sponsor the annual Worship in the Park Sunday, June 12 at 10:30 a.m. The service will include music, a prayer for our nation by Dave Seratt and a message from God’s word by Cathy Bayert. A potluck picnic will follow the service. Those attending should take lawn chairs and a “picnic-type” dish to share. Pastor Dave Havener said, “This is a great opportunity for our community to come together around the things that matter most in this world.”The Shack is planning a Frisbee golf tournament that afternoon, starting at 2 p.m. The tournament will be held on the East Bridge Landing course in Greybull. Entry fee is $20. There will be awards. There are no registration forms; just show up to play. All ages are welcome; children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.       

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3. Schedule - Big Horn Rodeo Circuit

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5. Days of '49 weekend arrives | Lovell Chronicle

  • Jun 8, 2012 · The Cowley Boys will entertain for the street dance, which starts at 8 p.m. on the west end of Greybull Avenue, between the main intersection ...

  • by nathan osterWith Zach Bowman bringing his high-energy, bull-riding show to town this year, it was only natural, members of the Days of ’49 committee concluded, to incorporate the new addition into the theme.This year’s celebration, which runs from today (Thursday, June 7) through Sunday, June 10, promises to be a “Bull Bashing Good Time.” The signature event this year is the bull riding, which is set for Saturday, June 9 starting at 2 p.m. at the rodeo grounds.  But here’s the full lineup.Thursday, June 7The tug-of-war will kick things off tonight, starting at 6 p.m., in front of Lisa’s restaurant.If you haven’t seen this event in the past, the strongest and toughest men, women and children battle it out as they try to emerge victorious and avoid getting soaked.Lisa’s is coordinating the event. Anyone who would like to participate or sign up as a team can do so on the night of the competition at Lisa’s. There is no entry fee.Friday, June 8The grand-daddy of them all, the Days of ’49 rodeo, is set for Friday, June 8 at 7 p.m. at the rodeo grounds. Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for kids 13 and under.Saturday, June 9The lineup for Saturday starts with the “Wet and Wiggly Kiddie Parade” at 10 a.m. and doesn’t slow down til the lights go down and the Cowley Boys jam the night away in the street dance starting at 8 p.m.The recreation district, which is organizing the kiddie parade, is asking kids who would like to ride to show up in their costumes — “anything water-themed would be great,” said Director Chris Waite — at 10 a.m. in the parking lot of the Bank of Greybull.The main parade follows at 10:30 a.m.Ronna Collingwood of the ‘49er committee said entry forms are available at Big Horn Federal or at the office of the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce.The construction work in the downtown area is not expected to alter the traditional parade route. Entries should line up at the Catholic church.  The parade round will go south on Sixth Street to the downtown intersection, then east to it ending location at the library.As noted, the theme:  “Bull Bashing Good Time.”The recreation district had scheduled its Recycle Regatta at noon, but a lack of entries forced its cancellation.  Director Waite said the swimming pool would be open from noon to 2 p.m. in its place.The marquee event of the afternoon is the bull riding and barrel racing show at the rodeo grounds being put on by Zack Bowman, owner and producer of Rank City Productions.Bowman has put on shows in Basin the past years, but this is his first attempt to do so in Greybull.  Tickets are available in advance at Ron’s Food Farm, with adults costing $10 and all kids 8 and under getting in free.  Tickets will also be sold at the door.Bowman promises it will be “fast paced” and “high energy,” with a professional rodeo announcer calling all the action. A sound system will be brought in to enhance his call — and pump out the tunes during the action.“We’re going to buck 40 bulls — 30 in the first round, 10 in the short round,” said Bowman in a recent interview. “And we’ll have 20 barrel racers, with the top five going onto the short round. Plus six junior barrel racers.”The bull riders who won the 2010 and 2011 competitions in Basin are entered, as is the top female barrel racer from the first two years. Bowman said hard-core bull riding fans will recognize the names of some of the participants.  A merchant roping will be tied into the event as well.While they aren’t tied into the announced Days of ’49 lineup, there will be a saddle bronc riding competition at Wilford Brimley’s arena east of town, as well as go-kart races at the beet dump site near Emblem.  See elsewhere in this issue for more information.The Cowley Boys will entertain for the street dance, which starts at 8 p.m. on the west end of Greybull Avenue, between the main intersection and the planter. In the event of inclement weather, it will be moved to the Herb Asp Community Center.  Admission is $5 per couple.Sunday, June 10Come one, come all to Church in the Park, which is being put on by Greybull area churches, on Sunday morning.  The ‘49er brochure says 10 a.m., but the churches are planning to start the service at 10:30 a.m.The Community Praise and Worship Team will provide the music.Pastor A.J. Jenness of the Grace Southern Baptist Church will deliver the message.Prayers will be led by Mayor Frank Houk, Big Horn County Commissioner Jerry Ewen and Big Horn County School District No. 3 Trustee Steve Hoblit.Bring a lawn chair and a picnic lunch and invite a friend.There will be inflatable toys for the kids, free drinks, popcorn, snow cones and cotton candy.With Zack Bowman and his bulls running on Saturday afternoon, the kids rodeo that typically runs in that time slot was shifted to Sunday at 2 p.m. at the rodeo grounds.  Admission is free.  Kids do not need a horse to join in the fun.

6. EVENTS | grebullre

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  • SPRING HOME AND GIFT SHOW Bring your crafts and goods to display.  There are over 65 tables available to local vendors.  Citizens can come on down for one stop shopping for graduation, wedding, birthday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, shower gifts and more.  AGES: All FEE: $20/space, $25 for a space with a table,          Admission is free DATE/TIME: Saturday, March 9 @ 9 am-2 pm LOCATION: Asp Community Center

7. Days of '49 fast approaching | Lovell Chronicle

8. Calendar Events - Worland Ten Sleep Chamber of Commerce

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  • Saturday, June 10th, 2023. The BHCAG hosted their 2nd annual Days of '49 Arts Festival in Greybull, WY. This year, the Guild joined forces with the Greybull ...

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12. 5 Reasons You Should Spend More Time In Greybull, Wyoming

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