It's no secret that the Caldwell Night Rodeo is one of the best events of its kind. Now in its 84th year, the CNR long ago made its bones in the national news, and perhaps the fact that it no longer needs to prove itself is what makes it such a roaring good time every summer. When the bulls hit the dirt, the CNR is all about the prowess of the 600 contestants it draws in for events that range from bareback riding to team roping and barrel racing. There's plenty to do for the nearly 50,000 fans that pour in, like "Buckaroo Breakfasts" and the crowning of the rodeo queen. Though those who look forward to Rodeo Week all year likely already have it memorized, a full schedule of events can be found on the CNR website.