2018 Cowboys Cook-off BBQ Invitational

2018 Cowboys Cook-off BBQ Invitational

2018 Cowboys Cook-off BBQ Invitational
The 2018 Cowboys Cook-off will bring Calgarians together to celebrate and promote our Alberta farmers! Date: Monday July 9, 2018 Location: Cowboys Music Festival Tent – 421 12 Ave SE, Calgary Time: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM Starting with the best Rangeland, we grow the best grains, which in turn makes Alberta beef… ... more
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