22nd Annual Cotton Boll Festival September 9, 2017
The 22nd Annual Cotton Boll Festival will be held on September 9, 2017 in downtown Ralls. This one day event is jammed packed with live music, food, vendors, games and so much more. This event is free to the public and we would love for you to join us!
The Cotton Boll Queens Contest is held every year during the Cotton Boll Fest. This contest is open to all of Crosby County, girls K-12th grade. The Contest is not a traditional beauty pageant, but a fun upbeat contest. For more information on the Queens Contest click here.
Last year, we introduced the Pie Contest with much success. We are proud to bring it back this year for all Crosby County residents. For more information on the Pie Contest click here.
We are also proud to announce that we are bringing back the Photo Contest this year. We are looking for original, striking images of agricultural life in West Texas. For more information on the Photo Contest click here. We are currently accepting Vendors, Entertainment artist and Sponsors. Please contact the Chamber office for more information.
Cotton Boll Fest Schedule of Events* *Times are approximate and subject to change.
7:00 AM Pancake Breakfast at the Ralls Fire Department, South of the Square
9:30 - 11:30 AM Taking entries for pie contest - Chamber Office, East of the Square
10:00 AM-Blessing of the Harvest Little Mr. & Miss Cottonseed Parade CAR SHOW EAST OF THE SQUARE
Noon- Recognize Mr. & Mrs. Cotton Boll 2017
12:30 PM-Cotton Boll Queens modeling
2:00 PM-Crowning of Cotton Boll Queens
3:00 PM-Mr. & Miss Cottonseed Awards
3:30 PM-Car Show Awards
The 22nd Annual Cotton Boll Festival is Sponsored by
Adams Funeral Home Caprock/Terry Rainwater Crop Insurance Owens Co-op Gin Xcel Energy
Abell-Prewitt Implement Americot, Inc. - NexGen Bozeman Machinery & Tire Cash Savers Hurst Farm Supply Inc. Lorenzo Co-op Gin Texas Star Co-op Gin Vista Bank
AgTexas Crosby County Fuel Association Law Office of Joe Heflin Teinert Metals
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