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Trumbull County Fair 2014 to begin six day run

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The Trumbull County Fair is celebrating the Year of the Farmer during the six day run which begins on Tuesday. The annual event showcases the agricultural life and business from the region.

The games, contests, rides, music and fun will be highlighted by the grandstand shows which include truck and tractor pulls, car racing, bull riding, and a fireworks display at the conclusion of the fair Sunday night.

Fairgoers venturing near the grandstand can watch the R&S chainsaw woodcarving exhibit, and performances by the Marvelous Mutts agility dog show.

Admission is $8.00 for the general public, and $4.00 for senior citizens. Military veterans will be admitted free on Tuesday. Children up to 24 months old are admitted free.

TUESDAY, JULY 8 – OPENING DAY - VETERAN’S DAY –

Free admission to all veterans with proper ID

8 am .................... Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am

8 – 9:45 am ....... Flower Show entries taken - Front of Flower Barn split door

9 – 4 pm ............. Open-Class Hay & Grain entries taken at Jr. Fair Exhibit Building

10 am – 4 pm ... 4-H Animal & Cloverbud Poster entries due at Small Animal Barn

11 am ................. 4-H Booth Judging

12 noon .............. OPENING CEREMONY – Historical Stage

1 pm .................... Flower Show Opens – Flower Barn

1:30 pm .............. MISS TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR PAGEANT – Historical Stage

1 – 5 pm ............. Rides Open

3 pm ................... Jr. Fair Horse Five Station Judging – Saddle Horse Area

4 pm ................... All Animals to be in place before 4 pm

Animal weigh-in - (check OSU ext. office web-page for individual species)

5 pm ................... STAGING for PARADE OF COLORS – March

5:30 pm .............. PARADE OF COLORS –Grand March

6 – 11 pm .......... Rides Open

6:30 pm ............. GROUND POUNDERS UNLIMITED GARDEN TRACTOR PULLS-Grandstand

10 pm ................ Gates Close

WEDNESDAY, JULY 9 - COMMISSIONER’S DAY

8 am ................. Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am.

9 am ................. Jr. Fair Meat, Market, Specialty & pygmy Goat Show with Open-Class Specialty Goat Show to follow / Jr. Fair Sheep Show with Open-Class Sheep Show to follow / Open - Class Rabbit Show / Jr. Fair English Class Horse Show – Sawyer Ring

9:30 am ............ Jr. Fair Dairy Beef Feeder Show

10:30 am .......... Commissioners Meeting – Historical Stage

12 noon ............ Jr. Fair Rabbit Show

1 pm .................. Jr. Fair Cloverbud Show & Tell and Cloverbud Cornhole after

1 – 5 pm ........... Rides Open

2 pm ................. Jr. Fair Dairy Outstanding Project Contest – Dairy Barn

3 pm ................. Jr. Fair Dairy Production Test – starts in Jr. Fair Block Building

5 pm ................. Jr. Fair Swine Show – SALE Barn

6 pm ................. Jr. Fair Saddle Horse State Fair Reps.-Sawyer Ring Jr. Fair Saddle Horse Senior Ride – Sawyer Ring

6 pm ................. AUTO RACES: RUSH Dirt Late Model Touring Series & E Mods–Grandstand HOT LAPS @ 5:30

6 – 9 pm ...........THE CROSSROAD BLUES BAND - Bicentennial

6 – 11 pm ........ Rides Open

7 – 9 pm ...........TUNE WEAVER KARAOKE–Historical Stage

10 pm .............. Gates Close

THURSDAY, JULY 10

8 am ................. Admission at Gate C/ remaining gate open at 10 am.

9 am ................ Jr. Fair Cat Show / Jr. Fair Poultry Mkt. Show / Jr. Fair Reptile Show / Jr. Fair Western Pleasure Horse Show – Sawyer Ring

9:30 am ........... Jr. Fair Diary Show / Jr. Fair Pocket Pets Show

10 am .............. Jr. Fair Cavy Show

1 pm ................. Small Animal Dress-up – Sheep Barn SPELLING BEE – Historical Stage Area – Sponsored by “Trumbull Retired Teacher’s Association” Registration deadline 12:45 pm

1 – 5 pm ......... Rides Open

2:30 pm .......... Jr. Fair Beef Showmanship

3 pm ................ Open-Class Beef Cattle Show

5 pm ............... JR. FAIR: BUCKEYE PEDAL TRACTOR PULL REGISTRATION (PULL @ 6) - S.A.L.E. Barn

5 – 6:30 pm ... JOE LEXSO ONE MAN BAND – Bicentennial Stage

6 pm ............... Jr. Fair Market Beef Show

6 pm ............... AUTO RACES: B.R.P. Modifies & Pure Stock Auto Racing– Grandstand HOT LAPS @ 5:30 pm

6 - 8 pm .......... LITTLE KING & QUEEN TRUMBULL COUNTY FAIR PAGEANT – Historical Stage

7 - 9 pm ...........TAKE II - Bicentennial Stage

6 – 11 pm ....... Rides Open

10 pm ............. Gates Close

FRIDAY, JULY 11

8 am ................. Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am.

9 am ................. Jr. Fair Saddle Horse Horseman & Horsewomen – Sawyer Ring / Jr. Fair Goat Showmanship, Dairy Breed & Cloverbud Show with Open – Class Dairy Goat Show to follow

9:30 am ............ Open-Class Dairy Cattle Show

10 am ............... Open-Class Draft Horse Halter Judging / Jr. Fair Rabbit Showmanship/ Jr. Fair Saddle Horse Walk/ Trot Contest – Sawyer Ring

Noon ................. Jr. Fair Fancy Poultry Show

1 – 5 pm ........... Rides Open

3 pm ................. Jr. Fair Saddle Horse Tack Check

4 pm ................. Jr. Fair Saddle Horse Versatility Show–Sawyer Ring

5 - 7 pm ............ TRUMBULL IDOL FINALE SINGING CONTEST – Bicentennial Stage

6 pm .................. HORSE PULLS – Buckeye Horse Pullers Assoc. - Draft Horse Ring

6 – 11 pm ......... Rides Open

7 – 9 pm ........... AFTER MIDNIGHT BAND – Historical Stage

7:30 pm ............ Dave Martin’s BULLRIDE MANIA – Grandstand

10 pm ............... Gates Close

SATURDAY, JULY 12

8 am ............ Admission Gate C/ remaining gates open at 10 am.

9 am ........... Jr. Fair Saddle Horse Contest Show–Sawyer Ring

10 am ......... Open-Class Drive-In Draft Horse & Pony/Halflinger Hitch Show - Draft Horse Ring

10:30 am ... JR. FAIR LIVESTOCK SALE – SALE Barn

1 – 5 pm ..... Rides Open

2 – 5 pm ..... SAM & GARY – Bicentennial Stage / TYLER JENKINS TRIO – Historical Stage

4:00 pm ...... TRUCK & TRACTOR PULL by Full Pull Productions – Street Licensed Semi Trucks, 8,000 lb. Open 2.06 Diesel 4 X 4 Trucks,

INTERMISSION (approx. 1 hr.)

8,700 lb. Limited Pro/Super Farm Tractors, 20,000 lb. Big Rigs Semi Trucks, 10,000 lb. “Smoker Series” Tractors - Grandstand

6 – 11 pm ..... Rides Open

7 – 9 pm ....... RELIX BAND–Bicentennial Stage/ YOUNGSTOWN CONNECTION –Historical Stage

10 pm ........... Gates Close

SUNDAY, JULY 13

8 am................Admission Gate C/remaining gates open at 10 am Jr. Fair Super Showmanship Contest –All Species

8 - 11 am........4-H Advisory Breakfast – Saddle Horse Area Sponsored by OSU 4-H Advisories

9 – 9:30 am....ROOSTER CROWING CONTEST - across from Poultry Barn in OAK GROVE

10 am..............SKILLET TOSS CONTEST– Draft Horse Ring Registration at 9:30 am

10:30 - Noon..VICTORY CHRISTIAN CENTER - Church Service – Historical Stage

11 am.............CORN HOLE TOURNAMENT- Oak Grove - Registration by 10:30 am – accepting first 16 Teams

12 noon .........COW MILKING CONTEST – Milking Parlor

12:30 pm ......Jr. Fair Goat Dress-up Show with Goat Fun Show to follow

1 – 5pm..........Rides Open

2 pm...............JR. FAIR DAIRY CHEESE AUCTION -Universal Show Ring with DRESS A KOW CONTEST& PEE WEE DAIRY SHOWMANSHIP to follow

2 – 4 pm.........KICK IT UP CLOGGERS - Bicentennial Stage ROSS NOTTINGHAM – Historical Stage

5 pm................DEMOLITION DERBY - Grandstand

5:30 pm...........RELEASE LIVESTOCK SALE CHAMPIONS ONLY

6 – 9 pm..........Rides Open (Rides close at 9 pm on last day)

6:30 – 8:30 pm....THE HIGH WATER BAND – Bicentennial Stage / FORT HUNTSBURGH BAND– Historical Stage

7:30 pm..........Release Remaining Livestock Sale Animals

8 pm................Gates Close/ Release LARGE ANIMALS / Hay & Grain after 8 pm

8:30 pm...........Release SMALL ANIMALS

9 pm.................Release Culinary Arts, Domestic Arts, Fine Arts, Flower Show, & Photography Exhibits

9:30 pm approx...FIREWORKS DISPLAY (to follow Demo Derby)

10 pm...............Release of Campers

11 pm...............Release Vendor & Concessions

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