What do you do when you want to host your company’s western picnic on-site at your own facility. Easy! You transform your location into the Wild West.
Lewis Events teamed up with Cafe N’ Stuff Catering to make wild west magic happen for a ton of folks at their company location with acres of indoor space.
And when we said acres of space we weren’t kidding. So with some areas masked off, we concentrated the colorful decorating in key areas of the event space.
When the guests were finished eating Cafe N’ Stuff’s amazing food, Lewis Events kept the crowd entertained with a wild west trick roping and stunt show, a cornhole tournament, virtual calf roping, trick roping and, line dancing instruction.
Lewis Events magically transforms spaces into amazing theme parties for small intimate gatherings all the way up to grand celebrations in Southern California and Salt LakeCity/Utah Valley.
Nothing like having a western party in a milking barn. Our bovine friends were polite, quiet, did not eat too much and had a very positive attitude as long as they got their turn on the milking machine.Lewis Events was proud to be part of a company party held in the Millenial Barn located at the Orange County Fairgrounds. It’s an ideal location for a western theme party, offering a perfect country atmosphere . . . . cows included.
The guests enjoyed a variety of interesting activities including gold panning, cowboy games, line dancing, great food and lively music.
Right in the middle of the party festivities, the cows filed in and in an orderly fashion, took their place at the milking machine. It wasn’t long before the guests took notice and crowded to see the milking take place. I must admit this was an interesting first for Lewis Events and definitely added another dimension to the event.
Emily came away from the experience with some new friends.
“Roaring Nights goes Country” was one of the after hours themed events held last summer at the LA Zoo. Lewis Events was invited to assist the zoo in making the tranformation to the wild west. We brought in a variety of theme decorations, a western show and a unique collection of guest activities. A quick set up had to take place while the daytime crowd transitioned to the Roaring Nights crowd.Colorful vignettes were set up at key locations within the zoo.
The western roping and variety show was staged directly in front of the elephant exhibit. Before the show, we did a run through to make sure that the elephants were ok with the cracking of the bullwhip and the acts in general. Then some pre-show filming. . . . Finally the crowds gathered and the show began. Definitely a first for Lewis Events. Between shows we were able to have a behind the scenes tour of the zoo.
The elephants went on grass munching and wandering during the show and stunts . . . didn’t seem to mind all the lively western action and sounds one bit.
The crowd gathered as the show began and progressed.
One of the event’s focal points was an activity area we created where Roaring Nights guests had the opportunity to try a selection of hands-on old west activities. Prospectors tried their hand at the gold panning station. Fancy roping was taught in the trick roping area. Cowhands had the chance to throw a lariat around one of the virtual longhorn steers. A fun night in a truly unique venue.
Way up north in Susanville in Lassen County, yes we go there too. The Lassen County School Distrct brought all their 4th grade students (and there was a ton) to the Lassen County Fairgrounds for a California history program and activity day. Busses traveled from all over the widespread county, filled with enthusiastic youth ready to experience the old west.
Lewis Events was invited to bring California history to life for the unique experience. So we packed up the truck and made the long trip. Exciting activities included gold panning, rope making, candle making, butter churning, old west games, virtual calf roping, trick roping, jump rope contests, branding, dancing, and dress-up photos.
To acommodate the large crowd, activities were spread throughout the fairground’s facilities. See you next year, Susanville!
After two busy days of shows and activities, we took a road trip across the mountains and down the coast of California.