Once again, its summer in the Texas Hill Country and that means Stonewall Peach Jamboree and Rodeo! Yee Haw!
The 51st Annual Peach Jamboree, Parade and Rodeo is Thursday, June 14, Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16. There’s a sensational small town rodeo and dance each night and it is definitely family-friendly.
An awesome display of pure unadulterated America, the Peach Parade meanders through Stonewall Saturday morning at 10. And the locals here really know how to dress up a tractor. Garrison Brothers will have a float in the parade and we’re sponsoring the Barrel Races at the rodeo.
Immediately after the parade, on Saturday at 12:30, everybody is invited back to Garrison Brothers Distillery for a fried chicken lunch in our Barrel Barn. We have Charlie Montague and his band playing off the back porch. If you’ve never seen this guy, prepare yourself. He rocks!
Come early though because we’ll probably run out of chicken, and lunch is first come, first-served.
You can learn more about everything going on in Stonewall and buy Peach Jamboree event tickets at http://www.stonewalltexas.com/
The fried chicken lunch at Garrison Brothers is BYOB and we’re asking for $20 a person for tickets. We will donate 100% of the chicken dinner proceeds to The Hye Preservation Society. Tickets can be purchased from any Hye Preservation Society board member or from Stephanie at our hospitality cabin Wednesday thru Sunday at 10, noon, 2 or 4. Members of our Old 300 can email me (email@example.com) or Stephanie (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve tickets.
We can only accomodate 250 at Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner and tickets are already going fast. We hope to see ya’ll there.