City of Pleasanton’s Ropin’ at the River event will be at Pleasanton River Park, May 8. This event is full of western-themed, family fun and will start at 10 a.m. FREE admission, Farmer’s Market, pig scramble, Cornhole tournament, BBQ cook-off, petting zoo, Ole’ West Gunfighters show, music by The Texas Tone Rangers, armadillo races, food trucks and more!
The Ropin’ at the River BBQ cook off will start on Friday, May 7. You can enter under three categories: brisket, pork spareribs and chicken halves. The grand champion will have the highest pay out of $1,000, and the reserve grand champion will receive a $500 payout. First place for each category will receive $300, second place for each category […]
The City of Pleasanton and SBA are hosting an American Rescue Plan Webinar on May 20. This webinar will highlight funding opportunities available for businesses. It will be held from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Businesses in Pleasanton and surrounding areas encouraged to participate. Contact Ernie Gonzalez at email@example.com to register.
Safer Path Family Violence Shelter will host their Pulling for Safer Path Sporting Clay Shoot on May 22 at Malek Buck Horn Creek Ranch in McCoy. Register at saferpathfvs. org/events by May 20. The entry fees are as follows: Four person teams-$600 Individual shooter-$150 Check in is at 7:30 a.m. Shooting will begin at 9 a.m. Lunch will be provided.
SOMERSET — A two-hour lightning delay finally let up, allowing the Pleasanton Eagles and Hondo Owls determine the No. 1-seed for District 29-4A on Monday. That only gave way to more shenanigans. The Eagles (22-7) beat Hondo (13-13-1) 6-5 on Monday, May 3. In addition to the lightning, the stadium lights at Somerset’s field turned off after the game continued […]