Planning to “buck in” the New Year in Barriere, B.C.

The fifth annual New Years Eve professional bull riding event and dance in the North Thompson Agriplex

Pictured (l-r) is Bullarama arena manager Ed Lebourdias

The Station House Restaurant in Barriere participated as a makeshift office last Thursday evening as members of the New Year’s Eve Bullarama and Dance production crew held a planning meeting over dinner.  This annual North Thompson Agriplex event is well underway with sponsors and volunteers being actively approached at this time.

The fifth annual New Years Eve professional bull riding event and dance is a North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association (NTFFRA) event with a percentage of the profit donated to the Farm Kids Scholarship Fund.

If you want to “buck in” the New Year at the North Thompson Agriplex you will find tickets online at or locally at Barriere Country Feeds and the Star/Journal; in Kamloops at the Horse Barn, and in Clearwater at The Times office.



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