Headed here to enjoy and evening out and enjoy our favorite band Jody Nix. We first ate at the cafe and there is a somewhat varied menu of fried items. We ordered a burger/fries and chicken strips/fries with two cokes. This came to a little over $16. Make a note that they DO NOT TAKE PLASTIC. They only accept cash or check. We had read this on their website but didn't remember. Luckily we had enough cash to pay for the order:) The cafe opens at 6:30 and we were there soon after so PLENTY of parking and seating. Inside was some available tables and outside on the patio with the large oak tree was your choice. The order came quickly and was warm but the strips were hard crust as if they had been cooked earlier and reheated. The fries were a little soggy. Nothing to rave about and I wouldn't probably eat there again or would maybe try something different. The rodeo didn't start until 8 and it began a little late. This is a small community and everybody seemed to know everybody so you kinda know you are from out-of-town. The rodeo was small caliber but fun. We left early as we really wanted to get to the dance. The dance floor is large concrete outside with picnic tables all around. Lots of tables were reserved so shared a table. Seems locals reserve the tables while they are at the rodeo so they have a place to sit when they get to the dance. Beer is $2.50 so that's a deal:) The music was super, that's why we traveled to hear them. The place was packed and lots of toddlers and teens mixed in with the adults and the small ones sliding across the dance floor. This is very much a community gathering and everyone enjoys the time as did we. The rodeo was $6 each and the dance was $10 each ($5 for seniors 65 and over). This place was established in 1925 so been around for a while and still going. We will return another time in the future.