The list may take a minute or so to load. There are a lot of events!
Join us for our annual pop tab challenge! Save and/or collect pop tabs (can also be from canned foods or pet food lids!!!) from May 1- August 31. We will meet at Marillyn’s house on Aug. 31st at 6pm to collect and weigh your pop tabs and then she will deliver them to the Salt Lake City, UT Ronald McDonald House.
Let’s make this a Cowgirl priority! Get your mammogram anytime during this month and get on our roster. Take your sister cowgirls, go to dinner or drinks after and message us that it’s done!
40SC – Top Trail Challenge for the month of June. Participants must log at least one track or ride on to Top Trail Horse. Tammy Stingone monitors all miles posted for roster eligibility
We are setting aside the moth of June to volunteer at the food bank. You must pre register your time. To do this, go to http://Www.tafb.org and register to volunteer. Take a selfie to be added to the roster
Come and enjoy the photos of Laura Wilson as she documents the filming of 12 Mighty Orphans. Great exhibit!
Because the museum has limited hours, we’ve blocked the rest of June for this. Take a friend and enjoy! Send us a selfie to show you were there.
Museum hours are 10 am to 4 pm, Tuesday- Saturday.
Members of The Riverton Police Department Mounted Patrol are hosting two desensitization clinics. They are a week long each and you are only able to bring one rideable horse (you do groundwork and riding work). The clinics are not being advertised, as they have had to reduce the number of clinics being offered and they do fill up quickly. The clinics will be first come first serve. The clinics will be cancelled if we do not have 15 participants. We will have 20 spots available.
If you are seriously interested in attending this, please contact Marillyn for more information. This is well worth your time and money!
If you are unable to attend the entire week, but would like to come see what this is all about, you are welcome to come watch (and sign the roster).
91st Anniversary of this historic event in Stamford!
Hosted by Georgia H/J Association
32 different clinics! Local vendors, food trucks, foot jumping competition, and more!
$50 to audit
Riding clinics applied for and priced separately.
40 SC Top Trail Challenge for July – cowgirls must post at least one gps track that is one mile or more into TT challenge website. Tammy Stingone verifies all activities and tracks to make sure cowgirls are eligible for the roster on the last day of the month. If you have any questions please contact Tammy, Beki, or Lisa Henson on messenger 40SC – Top Trail, private chat. July starts the 3rd quarter so happy trail riding and remember cowgirls be safe & have fun
Are you a Current Cowgirl member? Would you like to go to visit our Cowgirl Headquarters and shop in the 40 Something Cowgirl Store?
Join myself and some of the other Chapter members as we invade Breckenridge TX .. LOL
We plan to also visit other chapter events why we are there , its going to be a fun filled 4 days !!
Collecting pop tabs is a fun and easy way to support Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities. Those Pop Tabs are recycled and they receive the market value of the recycled metal. We will be collecting pop tabs from July 1st – August 1st & turning them into our local Paulding 4H to be sent to the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House.
Start collecting today. Weigh your pop tops on August 1st at 6pm at Tina’s house to see who collected the most! Bring a snack or finger food!
Riding the beautiful Greenbrier trails is an unforgettable experience all in itself but add in the fragrant and intoxicating beauty of the blooming wild rhododendrons and you have a ride to remember !!
The 22nd annual National Farriers Week is July 5-11. This special week is time to acknowledge the contribution of farriers to the equine industry. We will meet at the Midvale store to put together any goodie bags for our farriers. Please bring your contributions.
Please join us for an evening at the museum! The Booth is so much more than an art museum. You can almost feel the experience of the Western cowboy life through their exhibits and artifacts. I promise you won’t be bored! Bring the family! We’ll be looking for you! This is the first Thursday of the month so admission is FREE after 4 pm. Roster will be at the information desk from 6p to 7p.
Sagebrush Ranch is temporarily closed.
Masks are required during the tour
Ample parking is available and FREE!
After we visit the museum, join us for some great ice cream @ Coconuts!
Western Dressage Intro
so fun!! Such a nice breezy and shady arena
4th of July Parade, we will have a float and outriders, Sherri Cook is organizing
Time to get out and ride the trails, bring your family and friends to join in
$5 park fee, $5 forsyth chapter fund
Join us at the Stephenville City park for the 4th of July parade Saturday June 3rd. Check in time is 730am and be lined up by 8:30. Parade starts promptly at 9 rain or shine. Decorate yourself and your horse in anything patriotic
see ya there
Parade Starts at 10 AM
Vendors and Activities continue until 4 PM
Modified parade attire – pink shirts, (long or short sleeve) , black pads and straw hats. No polo wraps.
Meet at staging area off of Dian St. by 8:30.
Parade lineup at 9:00 am in the Coahoma Football Stadium Parking lot
Judging will begin at 9:30 am, prizes for 1st – 4th place
NO CANDY PLEASE!!!
There will be a Park Celebration after with food and activities.
Proceeds go to the Coahoma Lions Club