Break out your cowboy boots, hats and jeans and join the Friends of Cooper Memorial Library for a night of rodeo fun at the air-conditioned Silver Spurs coliseum in Kissimmee.

The Silver Spurs Rodeo is the largest rodeo east of the Mississippi and dates back to 1941.  Join the Friends of Cooper Memorial Library to see this integral part of central Florida’s history.

The bus departs from the parking lot of the Cooper Memorial Library, 2525 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont, FL, 34711 on Saturday, June 2, at 6:15 PM and returns to the library after the show. The bus trip, gratuities to the driver, admission to the rodeo and a donation to the Friends of Cooper Memorial Library costs $77.00 per person. Concession stands are available at the rodeo to quench your appetite.

Please call Anna @ 469-628-3019 or Kathy at 352-241-9630 to make your reservation. Forms, available at the library, and checks made payable to Friends of Cooper Memorial Library should be taken to the front desk at the library to finalize your reservation.


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