What you will see at Pioneer Days…

 Lead and LaceLone Star Lead and Lace

New to Pioneer Day’s this year will be Lone Star Lead and Lace.

Lone Star Lead and Lace is a volunteer group of friends keeping the Old West alive for festival, fund raiser, or party. Let them take you back to the days when outlaws ruled the land. Gun fights, bank robberies, villains and saloon girls, marshals and their ladies all come alive. So, come along with us to the days when the West was really wild !

We will have the “Gunslinger Challenge” for all of you “Quick Draw” Cowboys and Cowgirls!

Check Lone Star Lead and Lace out: www.lonestarleadandlace.com or on Facbook at:https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Lone-Star-Lead-Lace/143772009030928



Camp Cookieville will be at Pioneer Days! What a TREAT this will be!!!!
Old Western Blacksmith Shop

Chuck wagon Setup Display
Mechanical Bull
Trick Roper
Longhorn Bull (Photo OP)




http://www.sahawe.com/  (Non Profit Youth Organization)

The Sahawe Dancers are a unique performing group from Uvalde, Texas. For more than sixty years the Sahawe program has been an exciting combination of Scouting, lore, leadership development, and performance. In addition to their Summer and Winter performance held in Uvalde, their colorful performance has entertained audiences throughout the United States and internationally at conventions, musuems, church gatherings, scouting functions, and community events. Their performance is the product of hundreds of hours of planning,  preparation, craftwork, and rehearsal,  as the youth learn valuable life skills such as leadership, teamwork, dedication, and cooperation. 

No member or leader receives any pay for their time dedicated to Sahawe activities. Instead, all funds are used to promote the future efforts of the Sahawe Dancers to provide worthwhile experiences and positive growth.

 So come see the Sahawes at their next performance, or schedule them to perform at your next event!

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So keep watching for all the fun stuff that will be @ Pioneer Days!! 

KR Wood at the Early Pioneer Days in 2014

Back by popular demand in 2014, KR Wood aka: Camp Cookieville will be appearing aagain at the Early Pioneer Days, cooking up a little grub, spinning tall tales and doing a little pickin’ and grinnin’. Whatever you do- don’t ask him why he never cooks more than 239 beans at one time.

KR Wood at the Early Pioneer Days Festival in 2013

Yarn Spinning Demos

DSCN0714-bHood Dendy will be back again this year doing yarn spinning demos. He was a favorite last year and a must see for this year. He uses raw hair from animals such as sheep, alpaca, etc. to spin into yarn. He loves telling stories and teaching while doing the demos. He will be doing demos throughout the day during Pioneer Days and said if anyone has raw hair they would like spun into yarn to bring it on the 18th.

Scholarship to be given to Early High School Senior

A $500 scholarship will be given to an Early High School Senior in correlation with the upcoming pioneer days.  In order to be eligible for the scholarship, students must write a 1200-1500 word essay using the following theme:  My Texas Heritage.

The winner will need to attend the Early Chamber of Commerce Banquet on October 14th and read his/her essay.  The deadline for turning in scholarships is October 3rd to the High School Counselor, Mrs. Bearden