Roping, parade, carnival and more: Kearny’s Pioneer Days on track for March 21-24

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Roping is a popular attraction at the annual Pioneer Days in Kearny.

Pioneer Days “Legends and Lore” is March 21-24 at Pioneer Park in Kearny, with the opening at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday with food and merchandise vendors, Frazier Shows carnival entertainment and at 7:30 p.m. the announcement of the Pioneer Days Queen and her court.

The vendors and carnival open at 4:30 p.m. on Friday with entertainment all evening long.

The parade begins at 10 a.m. Saturday at Airport Road and ends at the General Kearny Inn on Alden Road. The Saturday activities begin at Pioneer Park at noon and continue through midnight. There will also be a softball tournament sponsored by Little League that will take place all weekend adjacent to Pioneer Park.

To find Pioneer Park follow Tilbury across the tracks turn right on Airport drive and park beyond the Little League parks.

Kearny is located on Highway 177, nestled between the Dripping Springs Mountains and the Tortilla Mountains 22 miles south of Superior and 45 miles north of Oracle.

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