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Immokalee Cattle Drive & Jamboree

March 9

Immokalee Cattle Drive and Jamboree_Courtesy Don Columbus Photography

Experience the pioneer spirit and rich agricultural history of Florida’s heartland with a cattle drive and jamboree at the Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch. The event is free with food and drink available for purchase.

The cattle drive starts along Main Street in Immokalee led by cattle boss Clint Raulerson and leads to Roberts Ranch, a former farmstead listed on the National Register of Historic Places and operated as a Collier County museum. Activities and entertainment kick off when the cows come home and include storytelling, roping and whip cracking demonstrations, traditional food demonstrations, music, craft and food vendors, and so much more. Bring the whole family to the Kids’ Korral with, games, crafts, and more!

Due to temporary road closures for the cattle drive, it is recommended that observers are situated by 9am. Parking is at Roberts Ranch and opens at 7am. A free shuttle service will be provided to the cattle drive route and back, so bring a lawn chair and enjoy the show!

Schedule

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser to benefit 4-H and Immokalee Livestock Show
7:30 AM • $5/person

Cattle Drive Down Main Street
9:30 AM

Welcome, Introduction of Honored Guests
11:00 AM, Main Stage

Country Rhythm Cloggers
11:15 AM, Main Stage

Alligator Wrestling
11:45 AM, Alligator Pen near Main Stage

Dusty Rose Duo
12:15 PM, Main Stage

Dancing Horses of Rancho la Familia Soto
1:00 PM, In Front of Main Stage

Mariachi Pancho Villa
1:30 PM, Main Stage

Alligator Wrestling
2:30 PM, Alligator Pen

Lester Beleau
3:00 PM, Main Stage

 

Visit our side stage with cowboy poetry, Seminole storytelling, roping and whip cracking, and swamp cabbage demonstrations.

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

Details

Date:
March 9
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Venue

Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch
1215 Roberts Ave
Immokalee, FL 34142 United States
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Phone:
(239) 252-2611