Ready for a Cobbler Throwdown
POSTPONED! – This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a future date.
Do your family and friends say you make the best cobbler? Our new event “Cowboys and Cobbler Throwdown” is just the challenge you need!
Registration forms are available now, due by March 27. The event happens Saturday, April 4, right here at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Duncan, Oklahoma. There’s going to be live music, cobbler judging, longhorns on the property and many more things to enjoy.
There will be two divisions for youth 10-17, and adults 18 and over. Non-monetary *but really cool prizes will be given to the best four in each division. That includes a People’s Choice where the winners are determined by the number of sold tickets they receive at the event. (See below for the official schedule).
Activities planned for this afternoon event (outside weather permitting) includes the opening of Native American artist Brent Learned’s exhibit, Looking Through Indian Eyes. Brent will be here to visit with guests and share some interesting information about his art and background. He actually assisted on the installation of the Chihuly sculpture at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. In the summer of 2019, PBS News Hour did a documentary on him. He has a fascinating history as an artist and uses his talents to tell the story of his heritage. A native Oklahoman, he is a member of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma.
Also thanks to our sponsors, Kochendorfer Brewing Co., and Duncan Convention and Visitors Bureau. The 402 Food Grill food truck, and Kochendorfer Brewing will both be on site here during the event.
Saturday, April 4, 2020 | 1 to 5 p.m.
FREE TO ATTEND!
Cobbler Contest, Music, Longhorns,
Quickdraw Poetry (like cowboy karaoke) & More!
This tasty, fun fundraiser is open to everyone.
2 Divisions: Youth ages 10-17 | Adults, 18 and older.
Bakers must enter their own home-cooked cobbler.
Dutch oven cobblers, large casserole and deep dish cobblers are all acceptable. Pies will not be accepted.
Registration forms due by Friday, March 27, no fee.
Late registrations $20 fee – deadline April 2.
Non-monetary prizes to be awarded in four categories. People’s Choice awards based on adult, and youth cobblers with most tickets in their voting bucket.
Tickets for tasting will be sold – minimum $5 for five samples and $1 for each additional sample.
New and Renewal Memberships on that day only at the $125 level, you receive a free tasting plate/ticket to vote.
Jay Snider of Cyril will serve as emcee for the afternoon event, which will be outside, weather permitting.
Cobbler entries will be accepted from Noon to 1 p.m.
Jay Snider introductions
Two Belles perform
1:30 Cobbler Judging begins
2 p.m. Duane Paul to perform
2:30 p.m. – Quickdraw Cowboy Poetry for all ages (first come, first serve, one poem only per person)
30 minute time limit total for this segment
3-5 p.m. Gary S. Pratt concert
Cobbler winners to be announced during intermission.
For information, contact Leah or Toni at the Heritage Center, (580) 252-6692.
Forms available on our website and in our main lobby. Remember, no entry fee if you submit your registration form by March 27.
The ‘need to know facts’ will be on registration form.
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