Nadeen Murphree's dog wears a Cindella costume in a pumpkin carriage.
Jakob Chambers of Weatherford dressed as Billy the Kid for the costume contest.
Jakob Chambers of Weatherford recieves a third place medal in his age group in the costume contest.
Taylor Needleman as Laura Ingalls Wilder with master of ceremonies Rick Keck
Ken McGuire directs the 28 piece Buffalo Bill's Cowboy Band as they play the Star Spangled Banner.
Brenda Dearman demonstrates spinning alpaca into yarn.
Allison Phillips of Weatherford ropes a steer in the Kiddie Korral.
Lennon Anglin learns how to rope a steer with coaching from Johnny Davis.
David and Racene Kimball treat their family to ice cream from a food vendor near the Kiddie Korral area.
Legends of Texas entertainers check their cell phones between performances. From left: J. L. Hamilton, Perry Sampley and Scott Kniffen.
Lindsay Taylor and her mother Mary shop one of many merchandise booths at the Hometown Heritage Stampede.
Kenna Dalrymple walks near swings for sale on the square.
Vendor booths lined the parking lot on the square in Weatherford for the Hometown Heritage Stampede.
Chris Columbus gives his grandson Clark a ride near antique alley.
Antique Alley vendors display their wares on York Avenue.
Jon Kruse applauds after a performance by Buffalo Bill's Cowboy Band.
Al Babina of Grand Prairie, browses old signs on York Avenue.
James Bishop of Hawk Living History Reenactment portrays a Cheyenne war chief.
Quiet Dove displays native american items.
James Bishop holds a postcard signed by Buffalo Bill Cody dated August 14, 1937.
Parker County Cowboy Church displayed a chuck wagon. From left: Daryl Windland (also known as Bowie Two Gun), Mickey Hayes, Russ Scott and Bobby Burleson.
Russ Scott and Bobby Burleson greet visitors at the Parker County Cowboy Church chuck wagon.
Lonnie "Hook" Robinson uses heat and pressure to forge metal into decorative objects.
Lonnie "Hook" Robinson demonstrates his metal working of decorative objects for the Wagon Wheel Forge & Gallery booth.
Lonnie "Hook" Robinson quenches a hot metal hook formed during a blacksmith demonstration.
Legends of Texas entertainer Perry Sampley has his hand on his holster while the sheriff and his deputy begin their show.
Legends of Texas entertainer Bowie Two Gun has a dramatized shoot-out with the sheriff on the square in Weatherford.