Guests will be transported into the Old West on Sunday, Oct. 10, at the LARC Ranch Western Roundup, a fundraiser to benefit LARC’s programs, services and facilities for developmentally disabled adults.
“We’re planning a festive, fun and entertaining Western atmosphere,” said LARC Executive Director Kathy Sturkey. “We’ll have great food, foot-stomping cowboy music and re-enactments of Old West shootouts.”
The luncheon event starts at 1 p.m. featuring food from In-N-Out Burger, Layne’s Catering and Let’s Have a Cart Party. Live entertainment at 2:30 p.m. includes music by the Cross Town Cowboys and reenactments by the Code of the West Re-enactors.
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The Roundup will be held at LARC Ranch in picturesque Bouquet Canyon, at 29890 Bouquet Canyon Road, Saugus. Tickets for adults cost $125 each, and children’s tickets cost $50. A family package of $325 includes tickets for two adults and two children.
All proceeds benefit the programs, services and facilities of LARC Ranch, which provides residential and day program services to developmentally disabled adults.
“This event is a fantastic opportunity not only for the community to have a great time, but also for us at LARC Ranch to thank the many supporters who help us provide a caring and life-enriching environment for our residents all year long,” Sturkey said. “We sincerely appreciate the support, and this event helps us express our appreciation and have a good time, too.”
Reservations and additional information about the Western Roundup are available by calling (661) 296-8638, ext. 219, or by visiting www.larcfundraiser.org .
LARC Ranch was founded in 1959 by a group of parents who envisioned a better life for their developmentally disabled children. The 65-acre LARC Ranch provides homes, recreation and social activities, and day training activity centers for developmentally disabled adults. More information about LARC Ranch is available online at www.larcfoundation.org .