Outdoor Special Events 11/18/18-11/19/18 with Maverick’s

Schedule of Events Saturday 11/18/18

Maverick’s is sponsoring the Lockhart Public Library for a free community event this weekend.  We are happy to support the creation and implementation of two community-based education programs to begin at the library January 2018 for both Spanish and English speakers.  Classes will be free:

Early literacy classes for Spanish speakers ages 2-7 and their parents, and;

Spanish learning classes for children and adults.

Classes are offered by Austin Lessons and Tutoring, LLC and will be free of charge to the community.  Come find out more information at the Library’s info booth this Saturday.

9am: Photography Session with Chad W Adams Photography of Austin for women and couples.  Ladies, sport that beautiful dress you’ve been wanting to show off, but this time, do it with our horses and the beautiful scenery at Spoaks Motopark as your backdrop.  Sessions are FREE, but limited and by appointment only.

10am-3pm: Maverick’s is hosting its Riding Lessons at the motocross track.  These are our standard paid rides.  We have a few spaces available still for the 9am arrival.

3pm: The gates open again for a second photography shoot with Carlos Suarez Photography.  Again, this is by reservation only.  Special thanks to Carlos Suarez for many years of dedicated service to our cause: sharing horsemanship and love of these amazing and beautiful animals with Austinites and travelers from all over the world.

4pm: Lockhart State Park’s Park Interpreter, Ranger Lauren, will host a Native American Ancient Spear Throwing Class: The Atlatl.  Learn about this ancient weapon and get a chance to learn how to use it.  Fun for all ages.

5pm: Ranger Lauren is at it again with a class on Bow and Arrow Use and Safety.  Participants must arrive by 5pm if they’d like to participate.  Class demonstration open to all.  Participants must be age 10+ under Texas State Park guidelines.

4pm-7pm: Ongoing Activities

Mechanical Bull Riding with Central Texas Outdoor Events Company, Texas Ride ‘Em.  Free bull riding for all!  Ride for a cause!  Thanks Jeanne and Tom for all that you do!

Reptile handling and information about FREE services offered by Keelan Smith of Caldwell County Snake Removal.  Find an unwanted slither critter on your property, call Keelan and he will take care of the problem for you for free.  Donations warmly accepted.

Fairy Tale Cakes will be offering free tastings!  You may have seen Michelle Williams’ baked goodies posted online or on Facebook before, well now you get to try them for yourself.  Fairy Tale Cakes provides custom service for all your special events.

Arts and Crafts, Face Painting, Pony Rides and more!

Sunday 11/19

Spoaks Motopark is hosting FLY event, “FLY Funday” and $10 camping Saturday night for those who want to hit the track early.  Track opens at 8am.  Tickets are free with your FLY ticket or $20 at the gate.

Enjoy organized motocross practice for the off road motorcycle aficionado.  Premier Central Texas off road riding!

Thanks to “Vendor’s Row,” for offering gear giveaways & discounts, parts & tires, food & music, plus Holeshot competition with prizes.

ATV racing and off road racing hosted at Spoaks Motopark
FLY Funday event hosted in Central Texas: Home of Premiere off road motocross racing
Man and woman on ATV ready to his the course and race around the track at Central Texas Premier Motocross course, Spoaks Motopark near Southeast Austin
ATV fun and more at Lockhart Community Day hosted by Maverick Horseback Riding
Banner for event 11/19 through FLY Funday and Spoaks Motopark, additional activities provided by Maverick Horseback Riding
FLY Racing visits 11/19 Things to Do
Dirtbike rider in white helmet hits the curve of race track in Central Texas
Hit the track for premier ATX off road racing and outdoors special events

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