Western Weekend in downtown Point Reyes Station is an annual community event featuring a parade, a rodeo, live music, a Western dance, and other activities that celebrate the area’s agricultural heritage and culture.
Watch locals show off their prize animals at a livestock show, enjoy arts and crafts vendors, food booths, and more. There are also activities for kids, such as a petting zoo, pony rides, and face painting.
Various events and festivities happen on Saturday and the parade takes place Sunday at noon — something to make note of even if you’re not planning to attend, since Main Street in downtown Point Reyes will be closed to traffic for the parade.
Saturday: 9am-4:30: Look for events at Toby’s Feed barn, including 4-H and Future Farmers displays.
Saturday: 2:30 – 4:30 Reception at Gallery Route One in the feed barn gallery.
Saturday: 6-9pm Barn Dance at Dance Palace Community Center (fantastic live music, you won’t want to miss this!) It’s free, but please consider donations for the incredibly talented musicians.
Sunday: noon The parade starts and runs down Main Street
After the parade, there will be bbq chicken, homemade desserts, tacos and a chili cook-off.