The Rian C. Band of Bastrop County provided the entertainment and dancing music for the 50th annual Western Days dance.
The Rian C. Band of Bastrop County kicking off the Western Days festival Dance on Friday night.
The Western Days court was given special recognition during the dance on Friday night.
The carnival, spanning the grassy area at the corner of Main Street and Highway 95 next to the Elgin Recreation Center, featured a number of rides, such as this merry-go-round, a carousel and a roller coaster.
Matt Pohoneksky from Sky Metal Design hosted live blacksmithing demonstrations. Here, he heats a small piece of metal in a forge in order to make a tiny sword.
The Thomas Family Band kicked off the live music at Western Days on Saturday.
Sarah McIntyre from Exaggerface paints a rainbow on Kimber McKee's face.
The festival featured a number of sporting tournaments, including as volleyball matches. Here, the Mexico team (front) begins the game with a powerful serve against the Longhorns team (back).
Tony Galvan tosses a washer to compete in the washer tournament.
Members of the La Familia softball team sprint for home, while the Drunk & Disorderly team hurries to find the ball.
The Webelo Scout Pack 182 raises money by selling iced tea at Western Days. Here, Remington Stewart (right) takes customers' money while Jeremiah Reyes pours them a cup of tea.
Miss Western Days 2019 visits the festival on Saturday.
A western-themed tooth fairy roams the Western Days Festival to promote Lone Star Pediatric Dental.
Kristopher Roberts tosses bean bags for a prize at the Blackland Prairie Girl Scouts booth.
Kris Keyz & Friends played for the Western Days crowd later that afternoon.