Western Week


It’s a week-long celebration of Woodlake’s western heritage!

Join us for fun-filled events throughout the week for the whole family.

Friday, April 29
5-9 p.m. Step-up Event Plus much more:
Health Fair (FHCN), Earth Day (Mid Valley Disposal), Crowning of Cinco de Mayo King and Queen (Lions Club)
City of Woodlake, 564-8055 City Park, Miller Brown – corner of Antelope and
Magnolia
6 p.m. WHS Foundation Spring Fundraiser $50 each (tickets presold) Barbara Hallmeyer,
Woodlake Foundation
564-2334
Woodlake Veterans Memorial Building 355 N. Acacia
Saturday, April 30
8 a.m.-2 p.m. Woodlake Flying Tigers Presents Young Eagles Program (8-17 yers old register & fly free). Program provides free flight training for cadets EAA Chapter 1292, Woodlake Flying Tigers 798-0717, Ray Woodlake Airport – South Valencia, by the St. John’s River
11 am cow arrives and drop time is up to the cow Cow drop—100 tickets being sold for a chance of $200 cash prize. Tickets sold at City Hall by Rachel. FFA Boosters—805-5719 Rachel Lira City Park: corner of Antelope and Magnolia
10 a.m. -10 p.m. Western Week Kick-off: -food vendors, games for kids & more. Fun for the whole family. Live entertainment on the Budweiser stage. Woodlake Lions Club, 300-2279, Mike; Vendor info, 713-8885
7-10 p.m. Street Dance
Sunday, May 1
9:30 -10:30 a.m. Community Church in the park. Singing and fellowship. Refreshments Foothill Bible Church, Pastor Nate Stevens
901-8519. Call if you want to get involved or want to know more. Various churches are participating.
City Park: ALL DAY corner of Antelope and Magnolia
1-10 p.m. Budweiser presents Cinco de Mayo celebration: Food vendors, menudo cook-off, fun for the whole family, Llive music and entertainment Woodlake Lions Club , 300-2279, Mike
7-10 p.m. Street Dance
Tuesday, May 3
9 a.m.-2 p.m. Chamber Jail – Order warrants at least 1 day prior, bail is $25 – proceeds benefit Woodlake Chamber and Museum Woodlake Chamber,
564-3559
In front of Woodlake Valley Business Bank, 232 N. Valencia
Wednesday, May 4
5:30-8:30 p.m. Soap Box Derby – Drivers and cars register at 5 p.m. – minimum age
8 years, parent consent needed
Kiwanis of Woodlake, 972-8758, Tony; Ortiz Automotive, 564-2147 Next to the Post Office – corner of Lakeview and Valencia
5-7 p.m. Beef Dinner – Proceeds help send kids to Calvin Crest Camp Presbyterian Church of Woodlake, 564-3377 Scout Shack in Miller Brown Park – NE corner
Thursday, May 5
5:30 -9:30 p.m. Horseshoe Tournament – Cash prizes. Registration is first come, first serve. Register at City Hall ASAP. Homegrown Project & City of Woodlake
564-8055 Irene or Ramon
City Park aka Miller
Brown Park
Saturday, May 7
All Day NALC Food Drive – Will be Saturday, May 14 (2nd Saturday of May) Woodlake Mail Carriers,
564-2564
Leave food by mailboxes or take to post office
7-10 a.m. Pancake breakfast $6 all-you-can-eat (pancakes only), 12 years and younger $3 Kiwanis of Woodlake,
564-2485
Downtown Valencia
10 a.m. Rodeo Parade Woodlake Lions Club On Valencia – starts at Whitney and ends at Naranjo
11 a.m. Deep Pit BBQ Rodeo Grounds
Noon Pre-rodeo Entertainment and Mutton Bustin’
1:30 p.m. 63rd Woodlake Lions Rodeo
6 p.m.-midnight Rodeo Dance, $10 for 21 years and older
Sunday, May 8
11 a.m. Deep Pit BBQ Woodlake Lions Club Rodeo Grounds
Noon Pre-rodeo Entertainment and Mutton Bustin’
1:30 p.m. 62nd Woodlake Lions Rodeo