Lake Of The Ozarks Events This Weekend

Dated: June 4 2014

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Some of the BEST Lake Events will be this Weekend at Lake of the Ozarks!!

Photo from Lake Race Facebook This is a great weekend to enjoy some of the season's BEST Events at Lake of the Ozarks.   From wakeboarding events, competitive dog jumping contest to Powerboat Racing down the main channel;  there should be an event that will please EVERYONE. 

Here's some information about the events:
Liquid Force Brostock at Captain Ron's -  Liquid Force presents the famous BROstock at Captain Ron's June 5-7 on Lake of the Ozarks.  The event will deliver 26 of the world's best riders including Harley Clifford, Shane Bonifay, and Bob Soven competing for over $30,000! For more information about the event be sure to visit their website

Canine Cannon Ball at Dog Days Bar & Grill - This event will be held at Dog Days in Osage Beach June 7-9 and is perfect for the entire family.   Canine Cannonball features dogs from all over the world that compete in various dock jumping events to attain the grand prize!  The event is free and might just inspire you to go home and work with your own 4-legged friend on his jumping skills!!  To learn more about this event, go to
Lake Race 2014 to be held near the Bagnell Dam with viewing available on the Dam as well as many sponsoring establishments.  It is an amazing time filled will POWER, SPEED & EXCITMENT as you watch Power boats from all over compete for their share of the money. The race will run from the 0 mile marker to the 6 mile marker. You can also watch the races live at For details on the event, go to

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