Bareback rider Shawn Perkins competes in the 2019 Cloverdale Rodeo. (Ryan McLeod)

2019 Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair Round-Up

Looking back on the community events, rodeo and country fair that took place over May long weekend

With May long weekend behind us, we’re looking back at the 73rd-annual Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair.

Every year, Cloverdale hosts dozens of events both on and off the fairgrounds during the long weekend. From chili cook-offs to world-famous skateboard contests, thousands of people come through the town centre to take in what the community has to offer.

Here’s our yearly round-up on all things Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair for 2019:

Community Events

The 131st Cloverdale Country Fair

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The 73rd-annual Cloverdale Rodeo



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