The Devil may have gone down to Georgia, but the Charlie Daniels Band is coming to Canadian! We'll round out 125 years of rodeo history in Canadian, TX on the 4th of July by dancing to CDB tunes under the moonlight. Join us at Pavilion Park for this outdoor event after the fireworks on the 4th of July. $30 cash at the gate will get you in, or you can purchase an advanced 'all in' pass for the whole weekend for just $70. This gets you into the Charlie Daniels Band dance on the 4th, Johnny Lee on the 5th, Cooder Graw on the 6th, and all rodeos. What a deal! Visit Canadian Animal Health and Nutrition at 100 Hackberry Trail for this deal!
There's a new game in town; Disc Golf! Centennial Park at 4th and Houston Streets has been converted into a 9 hole disc golf course. The kick-off weekend is set for June 14-15th, and there will be fun for all ages and experience levels! Beginners and those wanting to learn what it's all about should join us at 6pm on Friday, June 14th. There will be experts on hand to teach you how to hold a disc and throw a few shots. They'll teach you the (few) rules and get you hooked before you know it!
It's off to the races on Saturday, June 15th. Beginners will be paired with a more experienced player for a round of doubles in the morning. The afternoon will be reserved for the a round of singles with a variety of divisions. Check out the attached flyer for more information about this fun weekend we have planned for you. You can also learn more by emailing the Course designer, Patrick Kitten, at
. You can also keep up to date with all that is Canadian Disc Golf by joining the Facebook group Canadian, Texas Disc Golf.
We've got cool evenings and hot music planned for you the entire month of June. Join us in Gazebo Park, 6th and Purcell, for a great time each Thursday night in June from 7-9pm. Bring your lawn chairs. We'll have a local organization on hand each night cooking up some great picnic food for you.
Pictures by: Texas Plains Trail Region photographers Hollee Humphries and Rick Vanderpool, The Canadian Record, R.D. Wilberforce, Kenzie McPherson-Stucki, Alan Hale, Julius Born, RVPM Collection, Malie Schrader, Kay Decker, Kat Decker.
Content written by: Kate Estrada, Remelle Farrar, Tamera Julian, Jackie McPherson, Kenzie McPherson-Stucki, John McGarr, and The Canadian Record.
Design by: Kat Decker
Shopping, Dining and Lodging in Canadian Texas!
Hidden among the rolling hills of the Texas High Plains is a beautiful treasure, Canadian, Texas. Visitors are welcomed to our small community by some of the most unique shopping, dining, and lodging in Texas.
After a long day of shopping, the amazing aroma of the local restaurants will lure guests in to enjoy salads, sandwiches, homemade breads, home cooking, amazing Mexican food, and award winning steaks. The options are endless from sun up throughout the day. (Click here to view Canadian's Dining Directory.)
After an exciting day of shopping, dining, and sightseeing in Canadian, visitors have quite a selection when deciding where to nestle their heads for the night. Join the ranks of Hollywood movie stars and stay in one of our unique bed and breakfasts, located everywhere from the middle of downtown to the middle of nowhere! Canadian also has a variety of hotels and camping locations, so we've got your head covered, whatever your preference! (Click here to view Canadian's Lodging Directory.)
Living In Canadian
Since its incorporation in 1908 and its founding long prior to that time, Canadian has always been a place of pride and purpose for its driven and determined citizens. In the 1985 Hemphill County History book, Tom Abraham noted, “…I know Canadian folks—they just don’t give up.” This speaks volumes about the people who have worked so hard over the past 130+ years to build this ever changing community that continues to thrive.
"Working Together For the Future of Canadian" Who are We?
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization of businesses and individuals who are working together to improve the economic, civic, and cultural well-being of the Canadian area. Anyone interested in helping promote the area (which means more business, more jobs, and a better standard of living for everyone) is eligible to be a member of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber of Commerce membership registration is now available online. You can register and submit your membership dues via Paypal directly from our site. Click here to go directly to our online registration page. But, before you do please read about the benefits of becoming a member of the Canadian Texas Chamber of Commerce.