The wet weather may have caused the Castor rodeo to be postponed over the June 21st and 22nd weekend, but it didn’t stop the Pig Roast and the dance from happening on June 22nd. The event, which had been moved to the Castor Community Hall, had over 190 people attend the revised event. The Castor Rodeo will proceeed on July 11th and 12th with 6 p.m. performances both nights. Kevin J, Sabo photo

Pig Roast and the dance was held June 22nd

Castor Rodeo, which was postponed due to weather, will proceeed on July 11th and 12th

  • Jun. 24, 2019 10:00 a.m.

The wet weather may have caused the Castor rodeo to be postponed over the June 21st and 22nd weekend, but it didn’t stop the Pig Roast and the dance from happening on June 22nd. The event, which had been moved to the Castor Community Hall, had over 190 people attend the revised event. The Castor Rodeo will proceeed on July 11th and 12th with 6 p.m. performances both nights. Kevin J, Sabo photo

Castor Rodeo, which was postponed due to weather, will proceeed on July 11th and 12th

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