Mackenzie Hoog was named Fair Queen in 2020 but due to the cancelation of the fair due to Covid-19 her reign has been extended so she’ll reign over the 2021 Fair that kicks off this Sunday and runs through July 17th.
The 169th edition offers a vast array of over 21 delicious fair food vendors offering up just about everything to tantalize the taste buds. Plus, this year ‘scooters’ are available for rent so you can zip around the fairgrounds. Safely of course.
Opening ceremonies are at noon on Sunday hosted by Kristi Leigh of the Mix 107.7 Morning Show, followed by the judging of the pie baking contest.
With rides provided by Big O’ Amusements, games, entertainment, demo-derby, Tug-A-Truck, tractor pulls, dog show, petting zoo, rodeo and of course the 4H programs and FFA (Future Farmers of America) plus, much more. A new addition to the fun this year- pig races!
Admission $10 per person – includes track events & parking. Kids 6 and under free with paying adult. You can buy your tickets in advance online, or at the gate.
$20 All Day Ride wristbands available. Rides open Sun 12-4pm, 5-10pm and; Mon – Sat from 1-5pm, 6-10pm.
• Mon July 12th 7pm – Demolition Derby
• Tue July 13th 7pm – KOI Drag Racing
• Wed July 14th 8:30pm – Truck/Tractor Pull
• Wed July 14th 3:00pm – Goat Showmanship
• Thur July 15th 6:30pm – Tug A Truck
• Fri July 16th 12-5pm – Drill Team Competition
• Fri July 16th 7pm – Demolition Derby
• Fri July 16th 7-10pm – Flashback The Band
• Sat July 17th 7:30pm – Rodeo
And of course their’s the Fair Food!
A stop at Bite Me Corndogs for a bacon cheddar corndog, with some Potato Tornado Fries, to be washed down with a frozen lemonade, followed up with a little dessert from Rollie Polar’s Thia style rolled ice cream and some snacking on funnel cakes, elephant ears and deep fried oreos and of course you can’t leave the fair without some cotton candy!