- Published on Monday, 12 May 2014 18:50
The application for the 2014 Junior Rodeo season is now online!
Located on the far left menu under the "Applications/Forms" button.
July 18th-19th, July 26th-27th, August 23rd-24th, September 20th -21st
Saturday and Sunday Rodeo Events
Secretary’s Office opens at 8am cutoff 10:15am Event starts at 11:30am
Friday Timed Events Only
Secretary’s Office opens at 4:15pm cutoff 6pm starts at 6:30pm
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- Published on Tuesday, 01 July 2014 09:52
If you would like to sign your child up to be on the 2015 Junior Court, applications are to the left of the page under "Applications/Forms". Applications must be postmarked February 1st, 2015.
Junior Court members must be between the ages of 8 and 12 as of January 1, 2015. To be chosen as a final participant, you must also own or lease a horse that is capable of safely participating in parades.
Thank you for your interest!!!
- Published on Monday, 30 June 2014 21:21
- Published on Saturday, 06 April 2013 21:59
The Molalla Buckeroo Rodeo has been an Oregon tradition since September 1913, when the railroad came to town. During the early years, the local fireman sponsored the Rodeo as an equipment fundraiser. In 1923 the Molalla Buckeroo Association was formed and took over the operation of the Rodeo. The Molalla Buckeroo Association is a non profit charitable corporation and has over 40 active members who are 100% volunteer. These volunteers provide the management, production, and labor to ensure the continued success of the annual Buckeroo event.
The Buckeroo has in place a nine member executive board which is responsible for managing the extensive and varied committee structure of this organization.
The Mission of the Association:
- Support community charitable programs, organizations, and causes.
- Support and promote a family oriented community event.
- Preserve the oldest form of American Heritage, the Rodeo.
- Promote tourism and development in Clackamas County.