Marfa Dialogues

County Fair with The Doodlin’ Hogwallops

12 April 2014


Ballroom Marfa Presents
The Doodlin’ Hogwallops
as part of the Presidio County Fair
April 12, 2014 | 7-9pm
Vizcaino Park, Marfa, Texas
Free

Listen to Marfa Public Radio’s Talk at Ten radio interview with The Doodlin’ Hogwallops’ leader, Neil Trammell, April 10, at 10am on KRTS 93.5FM or via their online stream.


As part of the Presidio County Fair, Ballroom Marfa is proud to present a concert by The Doodlin’ Hogwallops on April 12, 2014 in Marfa, Texas.

The fair is set for April 12 at the big red barn on Golf Course Road in Marfa and will feature contests in painting, collage, photography, breads, cookies, cakes, canning, pies, outdoor challenge, ranch horse trail, vet science, textiles and quilting.

All those contests also have youth divisions, along with ag mechanics, recordbook and a youth roping at the arena outside. Plus, there’s an all-age pecan pie contest!

That evening, starting at 6pm, folks will be treated to performances by Presidio school mariachi and folkloric dancing troupes.

Following those performances, from 7-9pm, will be a free bootscootin’ dance for everyone by Big Bend favorites, The Doodlin’ Hogwallops. This dance is very generously supported by our friends at Ballroom Marfa.

The fair is sponsored by the Presidio County 4H Parent Leader Association, a group of volunteers who help local 4H kids achieve their goals and dreams through different projects. Entry forms, schedules and rules for each of the classes can be found at local school offices, public libraries and online, at facebook.com/presidio4hpla or presidio.agrilife.org/4-h/.

    Listen to Marfa Public Radio’s Talk at Ten interview with The Doodlin’ Hogwallops from April 11, 2014.

    Support for this project provided by Ballroom Marfa members.

    Special thanks to Sterry Butcher, Rob Crowley, Griselda Hinojos, Judge Paul Hunt, Commissioner Frank Knight, Marfa 4-H Club, Marfa Independent School District, Marfa Public Radio, Presidio County 4-H Leaders and Parents Association, Jesse Lea Schneider, Gory Smelley and Lou Ann Underwood.