Battle of the Bars – March 20, 2020
Let ‘er Buck Room, Pendleton Round-Up Grounds
Join the Pendleton Round-Up & Happy Canyon Hall of Fame for a great event that pits local bars and restaurants against each other in a battle of the best Pendleton Whisky cocktail! Purchase tastes and vote for your favorite, then stick around for a full bar and silent auction. More details coming this winter!
About the Hall of Fame:
Open Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Admission: Adults $5, Seniors $4, Children 12 & under free
The Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon Hall of Fame was founded in 1969. Exhibits range from a full-sized Teepee to delicate beadwork, the exhibits in the Hall of Fame cover a wide range of subjects and span the nearly 100 years of Round-Up history. Saddles, clothing, Indian costumes, photographs, firearms, trophies, wagons…hundreds of items are displayed for your enjoyment. You can become a member of the Hall of Fame and help to ensure the history and artifacts of the Round-Up and Happy Canyon we enjoy today will still be here tomorrow. For more information call 541-278-0815. The Hall of Fame building is located at 1114 SW Court across from the Round-up grounds.
Hall of Fame News
RH Parker Foundation & United Finance Donate $50,000 to Round-Up & Happy Canyon Hall of Fame
On May 4th, 2018, Cyndi Zamudio presented the Round-Up and Happy Canyon Hall of Fame with a $50,000 check from the RH Parker/United Finance Foundation for the purchase and implementation of interactive displays in the museum.
The R.H. Parker/United Finance Foundation was established in 1994 by Richard H. Parker, Jr and family with the purpose of furthering education and youth programs in the Pacific Northwest.
“The Hall of Fame is grateful for the generous contribution from the Parker Foundation which will enable our museum to add interactive touch screen history kiosks to our displays. These new pieces will provide an expanded experience for our museum visitors with video, text and photo components allowing visitors to dig deeper into the rich history of our events, competitors and volunteers. During the upcoming year we plan to build four interactive touch screen kiosks highlighting our famous bucking horse “War Paint,” “Competitors through the decades” “Round Up’s Hollywood/Stars Connection” and “Happy Canyon Regalia.” , said Patricia Dawson, Hall of Fame Exhibits Director.
Western magazine recognizes Hall of Fame
The Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon Hall of Fame received honorable mention in the September 2011 issue of True West Magazine. The magazine is the oldest published Western Americana magazine and the September 2011 issue featured the “True West Museums of the year”