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EnCana Events Centre gets down and dirty

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The EnCana Events Centre in Dawson Creek, will be hosting the 12th Annual Spring Break-up Party and Dance next Saturday, April 23rd.  

Venue doors will open at 5:00PM, the bulls start at 7:00PM and the dance will begin at 10:00PM.

As the third stop on the Canadian Professional Rodeo Associations circuit for this season, one bull rider will be awarded the title at this event.  All riders are competing for money and points that will go towards their chances to qualify for the Canadian Finals Rodeo in Edmonton this November.
 
Event organizer Kimeal Cooke said “This is a terrific event to take the entire family to over the Easter weekend. Along with the 11-14 year old steer riders and professional bull riders, including six Canadian Professional Rodeo Association Champions; we will be entertained by the top funny guy in professional rodeo, Dennis Holsted.”
 
The 12th Annual Spring Break-up Party will see thirty professional bull riders, including Cole Collins from Fort St. John.  The event will also host the baby bull riders in the steer riding competition.
 
Canadian Rodeo Association Champions Tyler Thompson, Scott Schiffner, Jess Torkelson, Jody Turner, Tanner Girlitz and Steven Turner will also be joined by Australian Champion Kyle Louden.  Check out the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association’s website at www.rodeocanada.com for the full event draw on Monday, April 18th.

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For tickets call 1-877-339-TIXX or go online to www.dawsonco-optickets.com
 
Brush off your boots and pull out your Wranglers; it’s Spring Break-up time again at the EnCana Events Centre! 

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