The High Prairie Agricultural Society Amatuer Spring Rodeo will be taking place April 27 - 28, 2019 

Stay tuned for our rodeo poster soon. 

Sponsorship opportunities are available  CLICK HERE to download our sponsorship request letter with the details. 

Volunteer Opportunities are available. Please contact Meghan Payne at 780 523 1107 to help us out with ticket sales, security, bar tending set up and take down for the event. 

Beef and Pork Raffle

Siegfried Hollies has again, very generously donated a half of a AAA Beef and Johnny's Sausuage has donated a half of a pork to the Ag. Society so that we can hold a raffle to raise funds for our oprganization. 
Members will be selling tickets leading up to the Spring Rodeo for $10. Only 1000 tickets printed. 
Draw will take place on April 28th during the Rodeo. 

To purchase tickets Contact:
Meghan Payne at 780 523 1107  (e transfers accepted)
Barb Turcotte at 780 523 3814

Tickets will also be sold at Shell Gas Station and Bim's Carwash in High Prairie 


The High Prairie Agricultural Society's kitchen is operated by Dayna Jarvis, operating as DJ's Delights.  She has a delicious menu, from homemade meals and baked goods, to burgers and fries, wraps, salads and more!  Dayna is also be available for catering.   

For more information, contact Dayna at 780-523-7200.


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Congratulations to the local Penners and Sorters from High Prairie that competed with the Alberta Cattlemans Penning and Sorting Association.

Awards brought home by our local competitors include:
Dave Daly came in 4th in the 5 class out of 358 teams at the Nationals in Calgary which is the biggest penning show in Canada.

Bob Tindal - 5 class reserve champion
Dave Daly - 10 class first place team, High point 5 class, and High Point 7 class
Jean Daly - 6th - 7th class
Dan Bloomfield - 7 class reserve champion

Join the Prairie Cattle Penners this winter to have fun and learn more about this sport with practices run Tuesday nights 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm and Saturday afternoons 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm.

Mission Statement

The High Prairie Agricultural Society is a volunteer oriented, non-profit community organization, working to improve the quality of family life for the community.

We would like to use our facility for activities involving all layers of our society, so from children to the older generation, business to volunteer organizations are welcome to use the Agri-plex.