Kendall County 4-H Horse Club and Kendall County Cowboy Church are teaming up to host a costume contest for equestrians and their horses and stick horses Friday, October 11 at 5:30 p.m. at the 4-H Arena at the Fairgrounds. The contests will be jackpotted with added money.
The non-profit groups also are organizing a non-perishable food drive to benefit Hill Country Daily Bread Ministries with a drop-off scheduled during the next two weekends and at the costume contest.
The costume contest is open to youth and adults with age event categories for each and prizes awarded to costume winners. Entry fee is $10 and participants may sign up before the evening of the event. Proof of negative Coggins will be required for all horses hauled into the grounds. Stick horses are not required to have a Coggins test.
Food collection at Fairgrounds by the covered wagon
Saturday, October 5 and Saturday, October 12
10 am until 2 pm
Costume Contest and playday
Friday, October 11
5:30 pm Entries open
6:45 pm Costume contest begins, followed by some playday games
Food donations also may be brought to Cowboy Church at the Fairgrounds on Sundays October 6 and 13 with fellowship at 9:30 and worship at 10:30.