We are less than a month away from 38th Annual Comanche County Pow Wow 2019! Join the Comanche community on September 28 - 29 to celebrate heritage, family, and fun at the Comanche City Park. This two day event will have a variety of free entertainment, competitions, food and vendors. Grab your friends and family, don’t miss out on a great time. There will be a several new attractions coming to town this year.

Gator Country is coming to the 38th Annual Comanche Pow Wow on September 28 and 29, 2019.

Alligators, crocodiles, snakes, tortoises, caiman lizards and more! Gator Country is an alligator and reptile rescue educational facility. You can hold, touch, and swim with gators at their facility.

Learn about other reptiles and crocodilians. Come meet our college interns from all the world and take an adventure on the wild side with us.

Shows are free with paid admission into the Pow Wow thanks to all the sponsors.

Joe Libby and Sagebrush will be performing for free at the Comanche County Pow Wow held at the City Park in Comanche on Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, September 29.

Joe is a ventriloquist, comedy magician, and entertainment solutions provider in San Antonio, Texas. He and his puppet Sagebrush will make Pow Wow and your family outing in Comanche memorable and fun!

More information on Sagebrush will follow. We were not able to locate his media packet at press time.

Bring the family, pay the minimal entrance fee and enjoy all the fun, free entertainment at the Comanche County Pow Wow on Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, September 29.

For more information call the Comanche Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture at 325-356-3233.

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