Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days
2017 Highlights

They produce exceptional rodeos sharing the adrenaline rush and sense of accomplishment of the western way of life with special needs athletes who fight battles in a different way.

“I am blessed to be able to produce these rodeos. I am thankful for each and every person that has helped in many ways by donating financially, volunteering or bringing a participant. I am excited to see RR grow and expand. God continues to guide me in my endeavor and my
greatest desire is for this program to explode into hundreds of communities!”
Ann-Erica Whitemarsh

The Children’s Museum will back this year with a large interactive, hands-on, learning area set up in the Community Center. Your kids will not only have fun and be well attended, you can relax and grab some lunch or wander the Fair for a while!

The Children’s Museum of Walla Walla’s mission is to provide visitors of all ages and cultural backgrounds the opportunity to learn, explore and imagine through interactive play. We provide a safe and educational environment which positively supports healthy family dynamics. Children are encouraged to discover themselves through hands-on, interactive exhibits and programs related to art, education, science and
community. We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to experience early-learning in a safe and nurturing environment, regardless of income level, and that it is important that we help families attain this for their children. Families in our area are constantly seeking affordable ways to engage with their children in a positive way.

It has been said, ‘The best inheritance a parent can give a child is a few minutes of their time each day.’ The Children’s Museum of Walla Walla is committed to positively influencing families with young children in our community. Together with your support, we will continue to benefit the Walla Walla Valley and surrounding areas. Thank you for your support of the children and families in our area.

<center><em>Back by Popular Demand</em><br/></center>

Back by Popular Demand

Near the Horse Barns

These gentle giants attract attention and turn heads wherever they roam. They have high-profile, public careers with extensive accomplishments. They are very event experienced and have performed all over the Western United States at all types of events. They are extremely tame and have been trained for any situation, such as standing for pictures, or being led by a child.

Come and have your picture taken with them by the horse barns in the 4-H area or watch them during the Frontier Days Parade!

<center><strong>Frontier Days<br/>Dutch Oven Cook Off<br/>Saturday, September 2nd<br/>11 a.m. & 3 p.m.</strong></center>

Frontier Days
Dutch Oven Cook Off
Saturday, September 2nd
11 a.m. & 3 p.m.

Cee Dub Welch

Author, TV Host & Outdoor Cooking Authority
Demonstrations
Friday, September 1, Noon, 2:30 & 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, September 2, Noon & 5.00 p.m.
Sunday, September 3, Noon, 2:30 & 5:00 p.m.

Cee Dub perfected his Dutch Oven cooking skills in a thirty-plus year career doing wildlife research and as a game warden patrolling Idaho's back country.

Check back soon for entry forms
Located at the east end
of the Historic Pavilion

A Walk On The Wild Side is a non-profit animal rescue and preservation establishment, not a “sanctuary”. They are proud to introduce to all fair guests their ambassador animals.

Located near the east end
of the Historic Pavilion

<center><strong>Walla Walla Valley<br/>Cowboy Church<br/><br/>Sunday, September 3rd 8:30 a.m.<br/>Enter Gate 2 on Orchard Street<br/>Open at 7:30 a.m.</strong></center>

Walla Walla Valley
Cowboy Church

Sunday, September 3rd 8:30 a.m.
Enter Gate 2 on Orchard Street
Open at 7:30 a.m.

Rodeo Arena Grandstand

<center>Wool Busters <br/>Mutton Bustin' </center>

Wool Busters
Mutton Bustin'

Mutton Bustin’, commonly known as sheep riding, is a family oriented entertainment that stirs up the interest in the sport of rodeo. Wool Busters provides children the opportunity to explore a true rodeo experience. They use real miniature bucking chutes, a real arena and clown/sheep wranglers to provide a real rodeo atmosphere for each contestant. Safety gear is provided, along with rodeo music, ribbons, trophies and buckles. This could possibly be the training ground for the next generation of Rodeo Champions! Come and give it a try daily, near the horse barns and 4-H areas.

Located near the Horse Barnes