In the small town of Crossfield, located in Central Alberta, lies a community of dedicated volunteers who spend countless hours every year planning the town’s largest annual event – Pete Knight Days. The two-day event is held in June and is packed with rodeo action and events for families from far and wide to enjoy. Performances include bareback bronc riding, steer riding, steer wrestling, tie-down roping and more. The event is named after Pete Knight, who was an accomplished bronc rider who died in action in 1937. Local residents look forward to the event each year and it truly showcases Crossfield’s community spirit. This year marked the 41st annual Pete Knight Days and we were thrilled to produce a story about the historical event in the first edition of Crossfield Living. In this story, we talk to a member of the Crossfield Rodeo Society and lay out the schedule of events.