Page 1



110 MPGe


New & Preowned Sales • Service • Parts



1111 State Route 29, Greenwich, NY 12834 • FAx 518.692.7650

TEL 518.692.2246 • 800.216.3954

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 1

When it comes to your health, we’re there for you. And there, there, there, and there, and there, and there... With 11 regional healthcare facilities in the region, Glens Falls Hospital is a neighbor you can count on for the best in healthcare and wellness services. To learn more about the range of services we provide in Cambridge, Fort Edward, Granville, Greenwich, Hoosick Falls, Hudson Falls, Salem, and Whitehall, visit

518.926.1000 | |

2 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Welcome to the Washington County Fair! Come and enjoy the great experience of Washington County’s agriculture, its rural character, and its great people. You can take your time and enjoy hundreds of displays, shop the over 200 hundred vendors, grab a bite to eat from over 40 different types of great fair food. Check out the over 30 daily shows and judging events. The fair is a great place to catch up with old friends or just make new ones. Free parking, kids under 14 free, $10 for adults, all shows free, (except carnival rides) you cannot find a better value for the family to enjoy then a great day at the fair. Mark St. Jacques. Washington County Fair Manager


Ag Center Displays/Activities................57 Community Living Building ...................47 Concessions ...........................................20 County Bounty Building ........................28 Dancing ...................................................37 Dairy Princess.........................................65 Dining Guide ...........................................13 Fair Board of Directors ............................7 Fair Services ........................................... 11 Fair Scholarship .....................................80 Fair Store .................................................10 Farm Museum .........................................61 Free Entertainment .................................24 Horse Activities ......................................69 Kids Activities .........................................17 Maple Producers.....................................49 Map of Fairgrounds ................................44 Motorsports.............................................52 Musical Entertainment ...........................31 Ride Information .....................................23 Schedule of Events ................................39 Sponsors ...................................................6 Ticket Information ....................................5 Washington County Federation of Sportsmen ................76 Welcome to the Fair .................................3


Money Saving Coupons Below




w/purchase of 1 Large Fries! (VALID ONLY AT 2013 WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR)

Corner of Milky Way Across from Argyle Fire Department

Rudy’s Pizzeria is proud to be part of the Washington County Fair!



$ 00

Purchase of a slice of pizza & any size drink!

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 3

4 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Seven Exciting Days & Nights

August 19-25, 2013 Fair Opens Monday, August 19th at 5 pm TICKETS


Fair Opens Mon. 5 p.m., Tues.-Sun. 9 a.m. • Rain or Shine


Rt. 29

nw ich

Middle Falls Rt.



Gr ee

Adult ................................ $10.00 Week Pass....................... $30.00 Under 14 ............................FREE senior Citizen (62 or older) (Wed. only) ........................ $5.00 parkinG - free Complete Fair Schedule Pages 39-43

Wa Co shin un g t o ty Fa n ir

General admission



Rt. 40 Rt. 4

(Includes all entertainment and attractions, except carnival)

Map of Fairgrounds Pages 44-45 SPONSORING 10 VEHICLES IN


“RUFF” TIMES? Quotes are FREE!


F & D Auto Sales DIAGNOSTIC & AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR EXHAUST PIPE BENDER Frank Brownell 21 County Route 77, Greenwich, NY


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 5

H 2013 FAIR SPONSORS H GRAND CHAMPION SPONSORS Manchester Newspapers • General Electric • Agri Mark • Booth’s Blend Compost • Capital Tractor New Holland • Caribbean Coolers • CAT Radio – Albany Broadcasting • Cormie Insurance • Country Power Products • Cutting Edge • CV Waste Removal • Easton/Greenwich Economic Development Council • Emerich Sales and Service • F&D Automotive • Falls Farm & Garden Equip. • Fitzgerald Bros. Beverages/Pepsi • FROGGY 107.1 • G.A. Bove Fuels • Glens Falls National Bank • Hollingsworth & Vose • Hometown Chevy • HP - Hewlett Packard • Ice Cream Man • Justin Boots • Kelly’s Emerald Feeds/Poulin Grain • Mack Brook Farm • McClellan-Gariepy Funeral Services



• Meads Lumber • Price Chopper Supermarkets • R&B Motors • Radio Disney • Reality Check-Saratoga/Warren/Washington • Reggie’s Veggies • Rosick’s Well Drilling • Salem Farm Supply • Salem Hardware • • Saratoga Surveillance.Com • Saunders Transmission • Stephen’s Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge • Sutherland Petworks • TD Bank • The Times Union • Today’s Option • Tractor Supply • Washington County Cooperative • Washington County Farm Bureau • Wel-dun Inc. • Western Slate/WSI Landscape • Whalen Chevrolet • Zappone Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge • Zoetis - Animal Health


~ Since 1949 ~


The Area’s Leading Hand-Loading Specialist for over 60 Years!

• All Gaze • Lawn Fu bos rnit • Swing S ure ets


Route 40, Schaghticoke


Our products feature high quality craftsmanship and materials that can withstand the elements for many years... all at lower prices. Located just 11 miles East of Exit 20 of the Northway, near Lake George on Rte. 149 Across from Super Stop Truck Stop in historic Ft. Ann

518-639-3055 11311 State Route 149, Fort Ann, NY 12827 6 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Washington County Fair 2013 Board of Directors R. Harry Booth JoAnne Booth Tina Dearstyne Jennifer DeMoy Pat Evans Cassie Fedler Ken Geroux Ralph Getty Kate Gulley Jason Hamilton Earl Horton Sara Idleman Carol Imhof Chris Kelly Dennis Kelly Ruth McCuin

Emolyn McKernon Carey Murphy Sheriff Jeff Murphy Frank Nestle Mike O’Konski George Reid Julia Reynolds Greg Rowland John Rymph Thelma Rymph Norma Saville Diane Smith Tricia Stewart Renee St. Jacques Don Tripp Doug Weaver

Washington County Fair 2013 Officers President: R. Harry Booth Vice President: Thelma Rymph Executive Secretar y: Julia Reynolds Treasurer: Pat Evans FAIR STAFF General Manager: Mark St. Jacques, CFE Ofice Staff: Donna Amell Hillary Shippee Tina Dearstyne Entr y Secretar y: Ruth Shippee



“Your Neighborhood Liquor Store”

“THE BEST BUY IN WASHINGTON COUNTY!” Senior Discount 15% OFF WINE Every Monday! Located in King’s Plaza - Rtes 4 & 32 (next to Dollar Tree and Hannaford) Hudson Falls, New York

Monday - Saturday 10 - 10 p.m., Sunday 12 - 6 p.m.


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 7

on August 22!

8 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

August 22! Stop by the Fair Office to enter the sweepstakes for great prizes like: • 1 of 10 Bicycles • Go-Cart Ride Passes • Boat Cruise Passes • Pepsi Gear & Merchandise • Two $100 Hannaford Gift Cards • Hannaford Gear & Merchandise • Free Miniature Golf Passes

Drawings will be held at the Big White Entertainment Tent at 3:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. While you’re there, check out the Frozen T-shirt Contest!

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 9

Tired of High Bank Fees? Just Looking for Better Service?

Open a FREE * Checking Account


with this ad at any of our Washington County Offices and we’ll give you a $50 Visa Gift Card or a L.L. Bean Book Pack. Offer Good Now Through September 27th. ®


Stop by or call any of our Washington County Branch Office Argyle Ofice Cambridge Ofice Fort Edward Ofice Granville Ofice

638-8261 677-2642 747-4165 642-2206

Greenwich Ofice Kingsbury Ofice Salem Ofice Wash. Cnty. Ofice

692-2201 747-2061 854-3500 747-0601

*Available to individuals only, one gift per account per household, while supplies last. Available to new checking accounts opened at any Washington County Office only. Bring this ad in and you will receive your gift at any Washington County Office only upon account opening. There is no minimum balance required to open an Internet Checking account, however, others may vary by type of account. The value of the gift selected will be reported on Form 1099-INT. Gifts are available at any Washington County Office only. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice at the Bank’s discretion and cannot be combined with any other offer. Equal Housing Lender/Member FDIC 8/13 WCF



The Fair Store & Information Booth

The Washington County Fair has a Fair Store selling all kinds of things. Souvenirs • Shirts • Sweatshirts Cuddly Collectible Stuffed Fair Critters Cameras • Ear Plugs • Flashlights Rain Ponchos • Batteries • Candy Bars Toiletries • Coffee Mugs Country Prints • AND MORE! The Fair Store is located on Broadway (between the 4-H Milkshake Booth and the Sheep/Goat Barn #32) 10 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

FAIR SERVICES The First Aid Station is manned each day by a full staff of EMS personnel from all over Washington County. It is located near the Sheriff’s building under the lag pole.


Special Needs Patrons


Don’t Get Lost

Baby Comfort Stations are located in the main restrooms in the center of the fairgrounds near the water tower. AgAin this yeAr: The Christ of King Center will have a tent near the main restrooms to accommodate parents and their young children. In addition to the changing station, in the tent there will be rocking chairs for feeding, play area & fans.

Lost and Found

Lost and found articles may be dropped off or recovered at the Fair Ofice located on Broadway across from the Sheriff’s ofice. Contact 518-692-2464.


It’s easy to get lost on the large and busy fairgrounds. Selecting a speciic spot in advance is a good idea in case of separation. A particular gate or building is a better place than a larger site like a grandstand or amusement ride.

Baby Comfort Stations


Handicap parking is available at all ticket booth areas. If you need a ride to your car or a ride to a location on the fairgrounds contact any gate attendant or fair staff for a courtesy ride.



First Aid Station

Motorcycle Parking Motorcycle parking is available near both ticket booth areas.


Information Booth & Fair Store

Located on Broadway between 4-H Milkshake Booth and the Sheep/Goat Barn #32.

CAR AND TRUCK REPAIR NYS Inspections • Service, Repair and Tire Sales Cars to Heavy Trucks • Computer Diagnostics

10 Main St., Greenwich, NY 12834

(518) 692-7753

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 11

Make the switch to Become a member and experience the credit union advantage! •

No Minimum Balance Fees

Free Online Home Banking

Free Online Bill Pay

Free Checks

Over 30,000 Surcharge Free ATMs Nationwide

Courtesy Overdraft Pay

New and Used Auto Rates as low as 1.99% APR*

Unsecured Loans as low as 3.99% APR*

At GMFCU we profit for you, not from you! SO. GLENS FALLS


20 Saratoga Avenue South Glens Falls, NY 12803

24 East Main Street Granville, NY 12832


ph/fax 518.642.1084

COMSTOCK 11627 State Route 22 Comstock, NY 12821

ph 518.639.8655 fax 518.639.3039

www. *Rates and terms may vary, and based on credit worthiness. May not be used with any other applicable offers to a floor rate of 1.99% APR. Other restrictions may apply. See us for details.

12 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program




Seafood/Fish & Chips







Maple Products


Fruit Juice/Lemonade/Smoothies/Slushies

Fried Dough/Funnel Cakes


Cotton Candy/Popcorn

Cool Treats/Ice Cream


Coffee / Bottled Water/Soda



Burgers/Hot Dogs/Fries/Corn Dogs

4-h Food Booth (C2)

Breakfast Foods/Donuts

Bloomin Onion



4-h Leaders Assoc. Milkshake Booth (C2) Adirondack Kettle Korn (e3) Angela’s Pizza (B2)


Argyle Fire Dept. (D2)




B & t Lemonade (B2)



Billie Joe’s Blooming Onion & ribbon Chips(e2) Caribbean Coolers (e2)



Corn Crib (B2) Crow’s nest Mexican Foods (e2) Dutch Oven (B2) eagle’s nest Boy scout troop 27 (A2) F & W Caterers sausage - 2 (D2 & B2)





F & W Caterers Fried Dough (D2) Fairview’s Lil Cheesecake shoppe (B2)





german Wurst haus (B2) greenwich Lions Club ice Cream(B2) J & L Deep Fried Desserts (e2) John & Debbies ice Cream(D2)



Mac Murray Candy Apples/Popcorn (C1)







Middle Falls Fire Dept. (B1) Moby Dick Fish Fry #1 (e3) & #2 (B2) ray & ginny’s Funnel Cakes (C1) reggie’s Veggies (e2) rudy’s east Coast Pizzeria (D2)












Mac Murray sno-Cones & Cotton Candy (D2)




Fritter City (C2)









rudy’s slush Factory (B2) s & s Concession - London Broil (C1)


s & s Concession #2 - greek Fare (B2) sack-O-spuds (D2) scooter’s Pretzels (B2) & (D2)


song & Dance ranch (D2)




squires squeezers (B2) steve’s Fried Dough (B2)









steve’s Lemonade & Fruit smoothies (D2)


Uncle spuds French Fries LLC (C2) Upper hudson Maple Products (A1)








(locations noted in parentheses - see map on pages 44-45)

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 13

An agricultural tradition for over a century

For more than 100 years, the Washington County Fair has been the highlight of the agricultural year for residents of the county. For the youth especially, the fair is the culmination of all their work both in 4-H and with their livestock. Each year families flock to the fair to revel in the many attractions. They come to watch the tractor pulls, enjoy the food, win a prize, experience the bright lights and thrills of the midway and discover the agricultural heritage of the area on which the event was founded more than 120 years ago. According to JoAnne Booth, who chaired the Anniversary Committee three years ago, during the 19th century nearly every town in the county had its own agricultural society, many of which hosted their own fairs. One of the largest was the Greater Cambridge Fair, which was founded in 1890. In that year, Jerome B. Rice, president of the Rice Seed company, purchased the Lake Lauderdale Fair and moved it to Cambridge.

The fair drew thousands of people each year and at one point was the secondlargest event of its type in the state. Special excursion trains ran from Saratoga, Troy, North Adams, Mass., Whitehall, Rutland, Vt., and

Washington County Fairgrounds circa late 1960’s. elsewhere, bringing people directly to the fair. Around the same time there was also a Washington County Junior Fair. The two events were held separately for many years until the Greater Cambridge Fair went defunct in 1947 and the two events were merged. Initially the event was moved around to different locations in the county and during the 1950s was held in



Gift s cate r Ce tifi

Greenwich, where there is now a shopping center that is home to Hannaford. “It was held there until some people had the foresight to buy land where the fair is today,” said Booth. In 1960, organizers pur-

Comb Packago es

Natural Healing at its Best

Therapeutic Massage • Advanced Clinical Treatments Customized Facials • Waxing • Pedicures • Manicures Acupuncture • Oriental Bodywork (Tui Na)

chased 25 acres with six buildings in Easton. A year later, the fair was held at its current location for the first time. The Cambridge Valley Agricultural Society Board of Directors and the Washington County Junior Fair Board of Trustees, which merged in 1991 to become the Washington County Fair, Inc., with a 32-member volunteer board,

continued to add more land and erect more buildings on the site over the next five decades. In 1967, they added 43 acres, and a kid’s dormitory in 1971 provided housing for the hundreds of kids who participate in the fair each year. An historic school house was put up in 1977, and the Ag. Center was built in 1999. In 2008, another 40 acres were purchased, ensuring sufficient room for parking and expansion in the years to come. “There were new buildings added almost every year through the 1960s and 1970s and further additions were made in the ’80s and ’90s. It’s an ongoing thing. Our fair is extremely fortunate to have the buildings and facilities that are here,” said Booth, adding that they are some of the finest in the state. As the fairgrounds have expanded, so has the event. The fair has grown into the largest tourist attraction in Washington County. More than 100,000 people from around the country visit the fair each year, and Mario Cuomo, Hillary


Receive a FREE 32-Pt COURTESY CHECK with any service!

Now Offering Couples Massages & Group Packages


Day & Evening Hours Available 2615 State Rte. 40N, Greenwich, NY • 518-692-9927

150 S. Main Street, Salem, NY 12865

14 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

(518) 854-3070


Clinton, and George Pataki have all visited the event over the years. Booth said that over the years more attractions have been added. “There’s more entertainment, and the number of exhibits have increased over the years,” she said. That evolution has also included the disappearance of some events. Booth said there used to be a pony racing track where the midway is today and a steer sale during the 1970s that lasted three or four years before participation dwindled and the event faded into history. Today the fair features nearly three dozen rides, more than a hundred different concessions and displays by local businesses and organizations, dozens of entertainers and musical acts, a rodeo and a full slate of motor sports events. But the focus remains on agricul-

Washington County Fairgrounds in 2006. ture. There are more than a dozen barns housing hundred of animals from cattle to swine, poultry and horses, all of which live exclusively on farms in Washington

County. Held each day are judged shows, horseback riding demonstrations, milking parlors, and even farmer Olympics for kids and adults alike. And central to the fair are youths and the role they play in

agriculture. “It’s all about education and youth involvement with agriculture. The youth are a huge part of it,” Booth said. Local 4-H groups are everpresent and Booth said the involvements of organizations like Future Farmers of America has grown. In 1995 the fair committee even began awarding scholarships to youth from Washington County. She said last’s year’s youth involvement bodes wells for the future. “The number of novice entries last year shows you the fair is alive and well and will continue to be so in the future.” This year’s fair begins on Aug. 19 and continues through Aug. 25. General admission is $10, and children 13 and under are free. A weeklong pass costs $30. Parking is free.

5500+ SQ FT OF MERCHANDISE! Antiques; Collectables; Furniture; Lighting; Rugs; Paintings & Pictures; Books; Tools; and MUCH MUCH MORE!


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 15

DIRECTIONS TO THE FAIR From the Albany Area: The Washington County Fair is just 13 miles from Interstate 87. Take Interstate 87 (Adirondack Northway) to exit 14. Follow the signs for Schuylerville and Route 29 East. Take Route 29 East through Schuylerville, across the Hudson River and up the hill. The Fairgrounds will be on the left after you crest the hill. Turn left just past the Fairgrounds on the Old Schuylerville Road and follow the signs. During fair hours, there will be parking personnel to direct you to the proper parking area. From the Glens Falls, N.Y. Area: The Washington County Fair is just 13 miles from Interstate 87. Take Interstate 87 (Adirondack Northway) to Exit 15.

Stay left on the Exit 15 ramp. Follow the signs for Schuylerville and Route 29 East. Take Route 29 East through Schuylerville, across the Hudson River and up the hill. The Fairgrounds will be on the left after you crest the hill. Go past the Fairgrounds and turn left on to Old Schuylerville Road and follow the signs to the parking areas. There will be parking attendants to direct you to the proper parking area. From the Troy, N.Y. Area: Follow Route 40 North through Schaghticoke and north to the intersection of Route 40 & Route 29. Turn left on to Route 29 and go six-tenths of a mile. Turn right on to Old Schuylerville Road and follow the signs to the parking areas. There will be parking attendants to direct you to the proper parking area. From the Rutland, Vt. Area: Follow Route 4 for approximately 25 miles, turning left at NY-22/Broadway Ave and following for approx. 7 miles. Turn left at NY-22S Continue on NY-22 for 4.2 miles before turning right onto NY-40S and follow for 27 miles. At the traffic circle, take the first exit onto NY29/NY-40. Turn right onto Old Schuylerville Road; the fairgrounds will be on the left.


(802) 287-4305

From the Bennington, V.T. Area: Follow VT-9 into New York State for 4.5 miles. Turn left at NY-7/Mapletown Road. Take the first right onto County Rd 102 and follow for approx 5 miles, and turn right onto NY-22N. Follow NY-22N for 8.5 miles. Turn left at NY-372E and stay on for 9 miles. Continue on to NY-29W. Stay on NY-29 through the traffic circle via the 2nd exit. Turn right onto Old Schuylerville Road; the fairgrounds will be on the left.

Hollingsworth & Vose 0% Interest for 48 Months!!

Engineered Papers & Nonwovens Established 1843

Proud Sponsor of the 67 Taconic Business Park Road Manchester Center, VT

802-362-0230 • 16 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Washington County Fair

The Kids Will Love The Fair! ThuRSDAy, AuGuST 22ND youth Farmer Olympics 6:00 pm in the Dairy Judging Arena Tent

Bicycle giveaway

5 bikes will be given away at 3:00 pm 5 bikes will be given away at 8:00 pm at the Entertainment Tent MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN. * MUst Be high sChOOL Age Or yOUnger tO Win. *




Pedal tractor Pull

rooster Crowing Contest

12:00 pm in Beef Barn #9

6:30 pm - in the Poultry/Rabbit Barn #12

Milking Contest

6:30 pm - in the Judging Arena Tent

Best Dressed Animal Contest

6:00 pm - Sheep & Goat Contest in the Sheep/goat Barn #32 7:00 pm - Dairy & Beef Contest in the Judging Arena Tent 7:30 pm - Rabbit & Cavies in the Rabbit Tent

• No entry fee • Washington Co. residents only • Sign-up begin Aug. 2 at Toy Building #30 • Sign up is on a irst come irst serve basis • Maximum of 11-12 kids per class • Classes are: 4 yr. old; 5 yr. old; 6 yr. old; 7 yr. old & 8 yr. old • All participants will receive a hat.

Check us out online at: Cow Necklace

Custom Gold & Sterling Jewelry

Elegant Designs... Meticulous Craftsmanship. Jewelry Repairs • Watch Battery Replacement


Tractor Pin

8:30-4:30 Mon.-Fri. OBA • 91 E. Broadway, Salem NY

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 17




Sandon is The current Sandon is founded in Granville site acquired by Granville, NY is constructed the Norton Co.

Granville New York USA





Introduced Thermalbond Product

Belgium Factory opened

The Norton Co. is acquired by Saint-Gobain

Norwood Integration



Green Glue Minhang Acquisition China Factory opened


Chaineux, Belgium

Minhang, China

Corby, Great Britain

Sihwa, Korea

Suwa, Japan


GRANVILLE SITE STATISTICS • LAND: 24 Acres • STRUCTURE: Manufacturing Office Laboratory • EMPLOYEES: 158


111,000 sq.ft. 10,800 sq.ft. 10,750 sq.ft.

Taipei, Taiwan

Bangalore, India

Venhedo, Brazil

Rayong, Thailand


Granville Site Focus • Focus our precious resources on the right priorities • Insist that sound project planning and execution techniques are utilized • Ensure that we as a site are committed to maximizing our competitiveness by: •

• • • •

Providing a workplace which is safe, energyefficient, and environmentally responsible. Eliminating waste in every form Maximizing the value add Servicing all customers internally and externally with professionalism and passion Creating an environment within which all have an opportunity to contribute and succeed

protecting and reshaping your future 18 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Granville Operation

We Develop and Manufacture • Polyurethane and PVC Foam Products ➤ ➤

Used as Gaskets, Seals, Vibrations & Sound Dampening, and Attachment & Bonding Media Serve Construction, Specialty Energy, Automotive, Industrial and Medical Markets

We are home to the Green Glue Business • Specializing in specialty coatings and viscoelastic materials developed and manufactured to provide soundproofing solutions for construction applications.

Midway rides deliver excitement for all ages Whether for kids seeking a thrill or those looking for something gentle, the midway at the Washington County Fair, which opens on Monday, Aug. 19, at 5 p.m., offers something for everyone. “There’s all sizes—kids, adults, everybody,” said Morris Vivona, Jr., general manager of Amusements of America. For the little ones and more leisurely adults, the carousel and giant Ferris wheel will be on hand to offer rides with a view. For the not-so-faint of heart, Vertigo, a tower swing whips riders nearly 60 feet above the ground. The Flying Bobs, a carousel-like ride straps riders into “cars” that whiz around an axle at high speeds. “There will be pretty close to 40 rides,” Vivona said. “It’ll probably be the biggest fair yet.” Amusements of America will be providing rides and attractions for the fair for the 13th year this August, and while the midway will feature rides that will be familiar to people who have attended the event in the past, such as Pharoah’s Arc, the Tilt-aWhirl, and Gravitron, the company tries to delivers something new each year. “We do our best to keep

the midway looking fresh. We try to rearrange the layout and we’re always trying to make improvements e a c h y e a r, ” Vivo n a said last year. Parents and young children alike will be pleased to visit this year’s addition. This year, he said the fair is opening up a new area in order to expand Kiddie Land. And the rides aren’t only one extreme or the other; there will be several that families can enjoy together. It takes a fleet of 75 trucks to get all the rides and other amusements to the fairgrounds in Easton each year and nearly two full days of work to get everything set up. It takes a couple of hundred people to get the midway up and running. In the past, Vivona said the rides at the fair use approximately 1,500 kilowatts of power and require a half-mile of wire. Amusements of America, which is listed in the Guiness Book of World Records as the largest traveling amusement park in the world, has been in the amusement business since

1939, according to the company’s website. The South Carolina-based business was begun by five brothers and its first p u r chase w a s t h e Ferris wheel from that year’s World Fair. Today the company has grown into a year-round operation that caters to 70 events a year from South Florida to the Canadian border and as far west as Ohio. Once the cold winds of winter begin to sweep across the county, the company heads to locations in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Though Vivona visits countless car nivals throughout the year, he said the Washington County Fair is a “great, great fair.” “It’s not just fun and

games at the Washington County Fair; it’s very educational, and there is a lot of agriculture. It keeps the tradition of the 4-H agricultural fairs alive,” he said. Ride tickets at the fair are $20 for a sheet of 20 (each ride requires three, four or five tickets), but if they are purchased before Aug. 18 the sheet of 20 will cost $8, a savings of 60 percent. There will also be two days when fairgoers can purchase a $20 wristband that allows for an entire day’s worth of rides. Those days are Tuesday, Aug. 20, and Sunday, Aug. 25. Gungho riders can also purchase 56 tickets for $50. The carnival is open 5 to 11 p.m. on Monday; noon to 11 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; and noon to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Rides will run during those hours, weather permitting.

Extraordinarily Delicious Homemade Hard & Soft Ice Cream & Ice Cream Cakes Deli Sandwiches Available



CALL FOR FALL HOURS OPEN AT 11:00AM The Log Cabin on Rte. 29, Just East of the Washington Co. Fairgrounds Greenwich, NY ~ (518) 692-8382

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 19

See Map pgs. 44-45



Map Location

COMMERCIAL BUILDING Aerus Electrolux Annie B’s Craft Corner & The Frog Lady Assemblyman Tony Jordan & Senator Betty Little Avon Products, Inc. Basement Waterprooing Inc. Creative Dolls & Quilts Culligan Water Conditioning Cutco Cutlery Don’s Gifts & Variety Glens Falls Hospital/Greenwich Medical Center Gideon’s International Grandma Bessie’s Custom Threadz Green-Wic Candle Co. Hilltop Archery Hudson Valley Wireless L & R Leather Mary Kay Cosmetics Morning Star Home Accents Pampered Chef Paul & Betsy VanArnum Rosebugs Scentsy Independent Consultant Signature Homestyles Sunrise Gifts Suprenants Berry Farm Tupperware/On Track Sales Ultimate Body Applicator Walker’s Farm, Home, & Tack. Washington County Democratic Committee Washington County Republican Committee Washington County Tea Party Patriots Wel-Dun, Inc.

Map Location

BRIDLE PATH B&C2 C2 B&C2 B&C2 B&C2 B&C2 B&C2 B2 C2 C2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2

AG. CENTER Battenkill Valley Creamery Washington County Dairy Princess

D2 D2



BLUEBIRD ROAD Boy Scout Troop #127 – Pony Hop


20 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


See Map pgs. 44-45

A & R’s Billie Jo’s Blooming Onion Billie Jo’s Ribbon Chips Cape Silver Jewelry Caribbean Coolers Enlighten Power Solutions, LLC F & W Caterer’s #1 J & L Concessions – deep fried everything Reggies Veggies Donut Shack Crowsnest Mexican Moby Dick’s Fish Fry # 1

D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D2 D3 D3

BROADWAY 4-H Food Booth A & J Enterprises of Salem B & T Concessions – lemonade

C2 C2 C2

COUNTRY ROAD Salem Farm Supply, Inc. Capital Tractor Inc.

D1 D1

EAGLE STREET Angela’s Pizza Rocks N More Ronald M. Peters Rudy’s Slush Factory

B2 B2 B2 B2

EAST END DRIVE Aquawood Insulated Pools, Spas & Billiards Art Bucket, The Country Crafts & More Country Power Products Eagle’s Nest (B.S. Troop #27) F & W Caterers #2 (sausage) Florida North G.A. Bove Indian Crafts PK MacMurray & Sons #1 Middle Falls Fire Department R & G’s Funnel Cakes Scooter’s Pretzels #1 Ultimate Fashion Studio, LLC Upper Hudson Maple Producers

A2 B2 B2 B2 A2 B2 B2 B2 B2 C1 B1 B1 B2 B2 A1

See Map pgs. 44-45



Map Location

EAST END DRIVE (continued) Wandering Cowboys #1 Westcott Wear HAWK STREET Corn Crib Dutch Oven Fritter City (Cent. Unit. Meth. Church) Greenwich Lions Club Ice Cream Moby Dick’s Fish Fry #2 Uncle Spuds LLC LARK STREET Hudson River Tractor Co. LLC Moore’s Corners

A2 B2 B2 B2 C2 B2 B2 C2

D2 D2

MILKY WAY 4-H Leaders Association Milkshake Booth Ann Marie’s Candyland #2 Argyle Fire Dept. Food Booth Carriage Traders Christ the King Spiritual Life Center Elsworth’s Family Farm F & W Caterers #3 (fried dough) Falls Farm & Garden Equipment Foote’s Amish Sheds Hoosick Distributors Inc. Independent Enterprises/Amsoil Jerry Brown’s Auto Parts Center John & Debbi’s Soft Serve MacMurray & Sons #2 (cotton candy/sno-cones) Mead Lumber Progressive Motor Sports Rivers Edge Wood Signs Rudy’s East Coast Pizzeria S & S Concession #1 Sack o Spuds Scooter’s Pretzels #2 Song & Dance Ranch (food) Steve’s Lemonade & Fruit Smoothie Versatile Trailers & Sheds Whitman’s Feed Store, Inc.

C2 E2 D2 E2 C2 C2 D2 D2 E2 E2 E2 E2 D2 D2 E2 E2 C2 D2 E2 D2 E2 D2 D2 E2 D2


See Map pgs. 44-45 Map Location

ROBIN ROAD Airbrushing by Allwear Anyware Brownell Electric Champion Windows of Albany Crystals & Potpourri Fairviews Lil Cheesecake Shoppe German Wurst Haus H2O Solutions Hobby Craft Outlets McCutcheon’s Products Metro Tools Mirror Magic NYS Army National Guard Red Box Corp. Reynolds Group Enterprises Robert Kienzle S & S Concession # 2 (Greek food) Shirts for U Spin Art Squires Squeezers Steve’s Fried Dough

A2 A2 A2 A2 B2 B2 A2 A2 A2 A2 B2 A2 A2 B2 B2 B2 A2 A2 B2 B2

WEST END DRIVE Adirondack Kettle Korn Ann Marie’s Candyland Fran’s Auction Barn Great Tree Handicrafts Greenwich Family Memorials Mustang Sally’s New York Lottery Northeast Flagpole Company Original Lincoln Log Homes Original Nestings Queensbury Tile & Spa Softub Express Sportline Power Products Stephen’s Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge Valley View Horses & Tack Shop Wandering Cowboys #2

E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 D3 E3 E3 F2 E3 E3

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 21


1.000’s of Pumpkins, Apples & More!



Limited to In-Stock Keys.


McIntosh, Macoun & Cortland • Sweet Cider • Honey Crisp

Gourds • Indian Corn Fall Raspberries & Sweet Corn

Beans, Eggplant, Green, Red & Hot Peppers, Brussel Sprouts, Fresh-Cut Flowers, 50lb Potatoes, Lettuce, Herbs, Winter Squash, Cauliflower, Broccoli

Fall Mums & Asters • Corn Stalks • Hay-Straw Maple Syrup

Limit One 20 lb. Tank per coupon.

Jam • Vt. Products Fresh Fruit Pies Bread & Cookies Our Own Fudge Maple Creamies Fall Mums & Asters Kale Gift Certificates

SALEM HARDWARE Main Street, Salem NY • 854-3113

AMERICAN HARDWARE Church Street, Granville NY • 642-1334

OPEN DAILY 9-7 Expires 8/31/2013

Rt. 30, Newfane, VT • 365-4168 Rt. 11/30, Manchester, VT • 362-3083 Rt. 9, West Brattleboro, VT • 254-0254

Heating Oil • Kero • Diesel • Service • Installation Furnaces • Boilers • Hot Water Heaters

RED HOT (518) 798-2220 • 475 Corinth Road, Queensbury, NY 22 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Discount Sale Ride Tickets - On sale through Aug. 18 at the fair ofice. $8 per sheet of 20 tickets 2-5 tickets per ride







Tuesday, August 20th • Ride all rides - OnLy $20 Sunday, August 25th • Ride all rides - OnLy $20







All Rides Open Mon. 5 pm -11 pm, Tues. - Sat. Noon - 11 pm and Sun. Noon - 9 pm

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 23

FREE ENTERTAINMENT Buffalo and Brandy Using drumming, music, singing and magic, Buffalo and Brandy present an entertaining show for all ages. In real life, they are husband and wife Ken and Mary-Ann Ferree. But on stage, the husband and wife duo are entertainers extraordinaire. Their high-energy performance for Where: Entertainment Tent children and families of all ages has When: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday been capturing the imagination of & Sunday, noon, 3:00 and 4:30pm audiences for 25 years. Not only do Wednesday, 12:30 and 4:30pm they dazzle audiences, they spread a positive message through artistic expresThursday, 12:00, 2:00 and 4:30pm sion and audience involvement. The duo, who are based out of Lockport, N.Y., travel widely performing at fairs, schools, libraries and other venues. Buffalo and Brandy sing, play instruments and communicate with their audience, all in an upbeat and friendly way.

Dragon Scales and Faerie Tales

New this year to the Washington County Fair, Dragon Scales and Faerie Tales is a magical telling of the birth of a real “live” baby dragon. With the support of its loving faerie, the 8-foot Where: Caboose Area dragon hatches from a large golden egg. Together, the faerie and the When: Tuesday - Sunday audience welcome the dragon, then 12:00, 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. name him, feed him and teach him to talk. Little ones are enchanted by seeing the dragon come to life. “The kids absolutely love it,” said Katybeth Mannix, of DreamWeaver, which produces the show. It concludes with the faerie asking the audience’s help to tell the dragon a bedtime story about the dragon’s search for a friend and his difficulty being accepted by the local villagers. The 20-minute story teaches the moral of not fearing those who are different, and not being afraid of new experiences. After the performance there is a meet and greet, where children have the opportunity to meet the dragon and get their photo taken with him. Dragon Scales and Faerie Tales has been performing for more than 20 years throughout the U.S. and Canada at state and county fairs, Renaissance fairs, and even Disney World and Six Flags.


Not your typical educational demonstration, Agricadabra combines Brad Matchett’s passion for agriculture with humor to both educate and entertain audiences. An educational agricultural specialist, Brad begins every show with a 10 to 15 minute introduction during which he creates a balloon Where: Main Office #15 sculpture and gives someone from the audience When: Tuesday - Sunday, an opportunity to take it home if they can tell him the average age of the farmer in their state. 2:30, 4:00 and 6:30 p.m. He then launches into his show, where he Saturday 2:30, 4:00, teaches spectators about agriculture in their 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. state. He uses fun facts such as what percent of farmers in your state are women, what’s the difference between a broiler chicken and an egg layer and where does your state rank in production of each. He’ll sing Old McDonald, transform someone from the audience into a farmer, cook with Houdini Rabbit, and inflate a 6-foot balloon. Brad travels throughout the East delivering a crowd-pleasing show that is equal parts entertainment and education.

24 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

FREE ENTERTAINMENT Hot Dog Pig Races Thoroughbred horse racing at Saratoga might be celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, but it’s got nothing on the high stakes races of the porcine variety at the Washington County Fair. One of the most popular attractions among both young and old, Hot Dog Pig Racing returns once again to the fair’s track on Bluebird Road for six days of exciting racing. Several pigs, dressed in racing silks, race around a track hamming for your attention. The 20-minute shows include the Hollywood Hog All Star, the Royal Pigs of Hamalot, the International Stunt Team, and The Super Hot Dog Team, a group of dachshunds dressed as hot dogs. Where: Bluebird Road These awkward, but cute and cuddly, racing aniWhen: Tuesday - Sunday mals fascinate spectators. Real crowd pleasers, these 12:30, 4:00, 5:30 & 7:30 p.m. natural comedians bolt from the starting gate and race around the track snorting and squealing, stubby legs churning and curly tails sailing along behind. It’s a delightful show, not to be missed!

Sylvia & The Magic Trunk Growing up in Los Angeles, Calif., Sylvia Fletcher was enthralled with great ventriloquists such as Paul Winchell and Shari Lewis. So fascinated, in fact, that at age five she asked her parents for “Willie Talk,” a vent (ventriloquist) figure that came with a book on how to become a ventriloquist. She practiced every day, and by high school Where: Front Porch Stage she was performing at talent shows and at her When: Tuesday - Sunday, school. Over the years she cultivated her pas2:30, 4:30 and 7:00 p.m. sion and today travels throughout the Northeast with her “Magic Trunk,” a box inhabited by a delightful bunch of quick-witted puppets. Her cast of characters includes Chito, a wisecracking Latino opossum, an outrageous southern bird who loves to steal the show, a genie that lives in a bottle and more. Whether at fairs, schools or corporate venues, audiences are treated to a show where they can believe that a puppet can truly talk.

Hansen’s Spectacular Acrobatic Sensations High-flying thrills are the order of the day at Hansen’s Spectacular Acrobatic Sensations. The act is a true family affair. Shane Hansen has been performing for more than 30 years, starting when he was just 3 years old as part of the “Roller Diamonds” roller skating act Where: Broadway near with his parents. His wife Alecia began performCommunity Living Bldg. #28 ing with her family and their flying trapeze act When: Tuesday - Friday, at age nine, and three years later would present 3:00 & 7:00 p.m., her own “Cloudswing act” that she currently Saturday & Sunday, performs in the fair show. 1:00, 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. Daughters Olivia and Madison began performing at the age of three and two respectively and with their three-year-old sister, Ella, are some of the youngest thrill show performers in the world. “The kids are doing more with the aerial act this year,” Shane said. This 30-minute show consists of five different acrobatic displays including high-flying trampoline, acrobatic roller skating, and an aerial swing over 30 feet high. New this year is Shane’s cube spinning act, in which he juggles inside of a turning metal-framed cube. This heart-stopping, one-of-a-kind family thrill show will leave audiences of any age breathless.

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 25

FREE ENTERTAINMENT Buffalo Barfield’s Un-herd of Entertainment Fans of traditional country music won’t want to miss Buffalo Barfield’s Un-herd of Entertainment, a unique comedy and variety music show. Gregg “Buffalo” Barfield plays the guitar, mandolin, harmonica, Cajun/Zydeco rub board and Cajun accordion. His wife Michele Barfield, aka “Miss Bumadean,” a singer/songwriter, plays rub board and piano. Together the South Where: Caboose Area Carolina duo have been writing When: Tuesday - Sunday, songs and performing at state and 3:00, 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. county fairs and regional musical festivals all along the East Coast for more than 15 years. They have performed with and opened shows for such groups as Charlie Daniels, Kenny Chesney, Doc and Richard Watson and Alabama. Buffalo Barfield’s Old-Time Country Music Show follows in the steps of the great traditional country music shows such as Grand Ole Opry and the legendary ’70s country variety show “Hee-Haw!” The show offers a musical blend of both old and new country classics, bluegrass, old-time gospel, and rhythm and blues, interspersed with “down home clean” comedy. Buffalo and Bumadean will delight both your musical senses and tickle your funny bone as they share a Saturday night scene from “Possum Holler USA!”

26 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

FREE ENTERTAINMENT Puddles the Clown As an Easton native, Debbie Bartolucci is familiar with the Washington County Fair. She’s also well-known by children as Puddles the Clown. This will be the fourth consecutive year Bartolucci has Where: Picnic Pavilion #34 spent the entire week at the fair delighting audiences When: Tuesday - Sunday, with her antics and painting the faces of children. With 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. her full-face painting, she turns boys into pirates and little girls into princesses, making her a popular character at the fair. “It’s lots of fun,” she said. “I get to see so many kids.” Since first performing as a clown a couple of years ago, Bartolucci has thrown herself headlong into clown culture. In the past year, she has worked with a former Ringling Brothers clown and studied advanced face painting at the Circus Magic convention. She keeps busy with appearances at birthday parties, conventions and other local events, and she looks forward to returning to the fair this year and delighting all the children in attendance.

Bob Smith & Reindeer Cows, horses, pigs, fowl and reindeer. The Washington County Fair may seem like Where: FFA Farmland an unusual place to find a reindeer, but that’s exactly what you’ll find as Bob Smith When: Tuesday-Sunday, all day and Reindeer return to the fairgrounds again this summer. Smith fell in love with reindeer 15 years ago and bought his own animals a year later. Ever since, he has shared the creature with the public at the Washington County Fair and other local events. Reindeer, which are similar to caribou, are part of the deer family and are most common in Arctic regions of Europe and Asia, and have been found in North America for the past century. Smith will bring two or three reindeer to the fair this year, and you may even see him walking them on a leash. While they can be petted, he says they aren’t overly keen on being touched, so he doesn’t force them to accept the attention if they aren’t in the mood. His exhibit will feature photos of reindeer and plenty of informational material. And he is always happy to answer questions and talk about the rein10 LA CROSS ST., HUDSON FALLS NY deer, so be sure to stop and visit.



AJS Residential Glass Andrew J. Saxton

3090 Route 113, Greenwich, NY 12834 RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL GLAZING FREE ESTIMATES - FULLY INSURED Insulated Glass • Replacement Windows • Screens Custom Mirrors • Shower Doors • Table Tops


CELL: 538-0829 PHONE & FAX: 695-6394

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 27

Demonstrations at our

COUNTY BOUNTY BUILDING While visiting the Washington County Fair, make sure you stop in the County Bounty Building. since agriculture in Washington County is so diversiied, the building was set up to educate the public about the County’s Bounty! There are daily demonstrations, the schedule is as follows: TUESDAY, AUGUST 20 • Easton Rug Hookers - all day demo • Washington County Historical Society – demos on “Agriculture thru the Years”

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 • “Pieceful” Valley Quilters – all day

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 • Wood Turners (all day) • The Ice Cream Man - FREE Ice Cream Samples at 6 pm County Bounty Building is building #46 on the map.


SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 • 10am - 1pm - Battenkill Valley Fibers & Local Spinners Demo • All day – Fiber processing, history displays and spinning demonstrations • All day – Guess the fleece quiz • All day - one-on-one knitting support – try your hand. • 11am - 1pm - Needle felting demo • 1pm - 3pm - Recycle feed bags, projects for kids • 3pm - 5 pm - Yarn skeining and dying demonstration

SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 • Easton Rug Hookers – all day

• Wood Turning (all day) *“Made in Washington County” tastings daily at the Washington County Culinary Tent– check booth for times & products*

You Break It, We Fix It!

REPAIR • REPLACEMENTS 2328 State Route 22 • PO Box 277 Cambridge, NY 12816 518-677-5010 • 800-626-6887 Fax 518-677-3194 Hablamos Español 28 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


2013 educational Displays


County Bounty Building is building #46 on the map.

F adirondaCk Wood tUrners assoCiation – come and see what the wood turners are making this year F asa (aG. steWardsHip assoC.) – will your farmland remain in farming? F Battenkill fiBer CardinG & spinninG mill– See how yarn is made F BootH’s Blend Compost - great compost for your garden! F Borden’s orCHard – try the apple cider slush. F CHristmas trees – ind out where you can cut your own tree. F Cornell CooperatiVe eXtension, WasH. CoUntY – get pamphlets that answer your questions on many different topics. F easton rUG Hookers – Watch demonstrations all day on how to hook rugs. F ellsWortH familY farm – What do you know about Emus? How many grains can you identify? F farm Credit east, aCa – info on loans that are available for agricultural related ventures F fiddleHead Creek – local hops farm and beer brewing. F finCH forest manaGement – learn how they determine which trees to harvest. F GardenWorks – what to do with dried lowers. F Hand melon farm – pick your own fruits & vegetables F HoneY Bees – see where the honey you buy at the store comes from. F iCe Cream man – extraordinarily delicious homemade ice cream. FREE samples on Thursday!

Dr. Tricia J. Pasos, FICPA • Dr. John A. Giusti Same Day Appointments Available Office Hours: Monday-Saturday

New Patients Welcome • Accept All Major Medical


F Joint VentUre farm – Local eggs & poultry F loCUst Hill llC – Logging & Firewood – do you burn wood for heat? F mandY sprinGs farm nUrserY – check out their landscaping and nursery ideas. F master Gardeners of WasHinGton CoUntY – they can answer all of your gardening questions. F nessle Bros. meats inC. – check out what part of the animal different cuts of meat come from. F neW enGland forestrY ConsUltants – to answer your questions about your wood lot. F neW York forest oWners assoC. – agents will help you manage your wood lot. F nortH CoUntrY forestrY – do you know how much your wood lot is worth? Check here. F pieCefUl ValleY QUilters – See the beautiful display of handmade quilts. F soUtHern adirondaCk Beekeepers assoCiation – spinners – See what happens to wool after it is sheared. F sUGarloaf farm – locally made cheese products. F Usda – (NY Ag. Statistics Service) – the latest on food and nutrition facts. F WasHinGton CoUntY HistoriCal soCietY – learn about agriculture throughout the years. F WasHinGton CoUntY soil & Water – soil and water experts. F WasHinGton CoUntY toUrism CUlinarY tent – Taste what is made in the county. F Woodland Gardens – herbs and plants

We are a CUSTOM MUFFLER SPECIALIST and do heavy-duty truck and car inspections. We service and repair light trucks, heavy-duty trucks, motor homes and cars. WE HAVE ALL YOUR NAPA CHASSIS PARTS!

2 Convenient Locations:

128 Main Street, Greenwich • 75 E Main Street, Cambridge

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 29

Authorized Bobcat Dealer Serving the Northeast since 1960

John Stokowski & Sons, Inc. Middle Granville, NY | 233 State Route 22A 518.642.1610 | Parts • Service • Sales 30 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

MUSIC Smokey Greene Band Smokey Greene, one of the all-time, old-timers on the regional musical circuit, will be back at the Washington County Fair this year as he celebrates more than 60 years as “The Friendly Voice” of country music in upstate New York. As a local disc jockey in the 1950s, he introduced the Glens Falls area to bluegrass music, and in 1972, he put on the region’s first bluegrass festival which ran for more Where: Entertainment Tent than a dozen years. Here he played with When: Monday, 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. his band, the Green Mountain Boys. Throughout decades of bluegrass, Green has performed with such known names as Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Tex Ritter. Greene, who first learned to play the banjo when he was 13, was born in Tinmouth, Vt., in 1930. He traveled the logging camps with his family, working with and often playing music for the loggers, which led him into a lifetime of music. While he’s enjoyed it all, he said his best memories are recent ones, working with young musicians. “Something that makes me feel real good is having had the chance these past 10 years to work with a lot of young talent,” he said in a post on his website last year. “When you stand on stage with two or three musicians that are not even half your age, you get the feeling that your music will never die because there will be someone coming along to carry it on.”

The Elderly Brothers

The Washington County Fair is something that attracts old and young alike. But for those yearning for a trip down memory lane to the middle of last century, the Elderly Brothers will perform six days in a row. The four-man group brings an old-time feel with their barbershop quartet roots and a cappella singing. The four-part harmonies come from tenor Rich Gervais, lead Jay Van Vranken, bassist Larry Wilbur and baritone Bob Whitney. Anyone who has seen “The Elderly Brothers” knows that while they bring the old-time a cappella feel to the fair, they are not simply another barbershop quartet singing four-part harmonies. All four are members of the Racing City Chorus and have competed all over the world in barbershop quartet competitions. Racing City Chorus, based out of Saratoga Springs, is a men’s singing organization composed of more than 50 singers that have regular practices, performances and social events. The Elderly Brothers, who will perform Tuesday through Sunday, have been together as a group for a number of years, and their shows reflect that Where: Front Porch Stage When: Tuesday - Saturday, 6:00 p.m. shared experience. They had known each other but performed in different quartets until singSunday, 1:00 p.m. ing together one night at a post-concert event. The blend worked and they stayed together. Their musical tastes start in the 1940s and 1950s, but move toward the present as well. You may hear them singing “Bye, Bye Love,” “Dream,” or “Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You.” And those that want to add their note might have a chance during the fair to catch the group walking around or hum along as they take the stage.

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 31

MUSIC Adirondack Fiddlers

A standard at the fair for many years, the Adirondack Fiddlers will make things festive with a hearty set that will H make the audience move. Where: Entertainment Tent The group has When: Wednesday, 10:00 a.m. been playing and 1:30 p.m. together for three and a half decades, since 1978, when several fiddlers gathered for music and friendship. Over the next decade, the sessions flourished w and friendships grew and in 1989, the group incorporated t as a nonprofit organization. Members now meet monthly to a promote the art of old-time fiddling and related dancing. The group is open to anyone who is interested in the t music, whether or not they can play a fiddle, said member Dorcas Baker. Meetings/jam sessions are held from 12 to 5 p.m. on the second Sunday of the month from September to June, at the American Legion Hall in Schuylerville. Members come from as far away as the Capital District, the Glens Falls region, Washington County and western Vermont. The Adirondack Fiddlers are a familiar sight at town concerts and festivals throughout the region.

Bobby Dick

Rock fans around the region know Bobby Dick from weddings, parties and other events. But the veteran performer isn’t just performing the same old hits—he’s regularly evolving his show. Dick separated from the Sundowners to do a solo act a couple of years ago and has since been performing “Rock ‘n’ Roll 101.” The show is a perfect match for a man who’s opened Where: Entertainment Tent for the likes of the Rolling Stones, the Who, When: Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. Tina Turner and more. and 8:00 p.m. “It’s not just what it is, but all that it can be? Obviously at a concert, it’s more of a show, but at party dance venues, we let the people be the show,” Dick said on his website of his show. From his early days playing high school dances and singing in the subways of Brooklyn, to being leader of Bobby Dick & The Sundowners, his rock roots have earned his the equivalent of a rock and roll PhD. He said he can’t even remember what he sounds like after all the different voices he’s covered over the years, including Dion, Elvis, Bruce, Billy, Roy, the Beatles, Bono or other musicians from the 50s to today. He’s previously played at such venues as the Copacabana, the Café Wha, the Palace Theater, the RPI Fieldhouse, Las Vegas, Forest Hills Stadium and the Hollywood Bowl and today can be found doing concerts, clubs, conventions, ski lodges and parties all over the country. He says he’s been doing so many voices over the years, he’s forgotten what he sounds like. Thankfully, it doesn’t matter what era or who he’s singing, whether it’s Dion, Elvis, Bruce, Billy, Roy, Beatles, Bono or Bobby, or ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s to the present ... it’s all good. Bobby also loves to engage the audience with his stage ter, comedy, parodies and just seeing the funny side of life. Bobby is joined by his wife Susan, also known as “DJ Susie Q,” 4 East Main Street, Granville, NY 12832 who provides background music, harmonies and a lead or two. Fax: (518) 642-0615 Bobby adds, “She’s also younger and stronger and makes a great roadie too.”

Personalized, Professional Service “For All of Your Real Estate Needs in New York and Vermont”

(518) 642-9030 •

32 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

MUSIC The Hand Picked Band

A revival of a band that was originally started nearly 30 years ago, the current Hand Picked Band has been together for about three years. Tom Burke, on drums and vocals, is joined by Jeff Durkee on bass and lead vocals, and Glenn Pratt on lead guitar and vocals to make up the band, which is based Where: Entertainment Tent out of Hudson Falls. When: Saturday, 6:00 p.m. The group plays old country, some new and 8:00 p.m. country, classic rock and 50s era music. The original band, with Burke and Pratt, won a contest sponsored by WGNA in 1986. They earned a trip to Nashville, where they appeared on the television show “You Can Be a Star.” And in 1989, Burke was named WVNR’s Male Vocalist of the Year and was runner-up for the Vermont station’s Entertainer of the Year award. Today the three-man band, which has regular gigs throughout the area, aims to give listeners a good time through easy-listening music.

Hair of the Dog Band


In a change from last year’s lineup, the Hair of the Dog will offer something that’s both a little different and high energy. A local and internationally known Celtic folk and rock band, Hair of the Dog has been playing together for 20 years. The sixman band has played at many towns and cities throughout the United States, regularly tours in Ireland and often headlines at Celtic Festivals. Where: Entertainment Tent Individual members come with their own clout as well. Fiddle player Larry Packer, for When: Sunday, 5:30 p.m. example, had a top-ten hit and 7:30 p.m. with a Jimi Hendrixproduced band, was a member of Sha Na Na and was a guest on Saturday Night Live’s third episode. And Rick Bedrosian, who provides bass and vocals, performed and recorded with Stevie Ray Vaughn, Marshall Crenshaw and others. This band knows Celtic music; some members of the band have been playing and singing Irish songs since they were children. And two of them attended the Berklee School of Music in Boston. The group has released 10 CDs since they started in 1993, including “At the Parting Glass” and “Donegal.” The Freeman Times, of Kingston, N.Y., said “Hair of the Dog plays with a cohesive oneness that most bands never get. They are a regional music treasure.”

, s y d

s r , s

. ” . a

NEW Brakes, Alignments & Other Services

USED All Major Brands Cars & Trucks


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 33

4-H Ice Cream Booth ~ Since 1974 ~

Serving Wilcox Ice Cream Chocolate - Vanilla Maple - Coffee Strawberry


SHAKES Staffed by the Volunteer 4-H Leaders Association of Washington County

For 80 years, over 22,000 4-Her’s in Washington County have been “Learning by Doing!” INTERESTED IN JOINING 4-H? Call Cornell Cooperative Extension 518-746-2560 or 1-800-548-0881 or


Pancakes • French Toast • Eggs • Bacon • Sausage Assorted Bakery Muffins • Cereal

Reasonable Prices - Great “Fair Food” Hamburgers • Hot Dogs • Chili Dogs Hot Sausages • Sandwiches Chili • Chowder Bread Bowls • Salad Plates Hot & Cold Drinks White & Flavored Milks Our Staff includes 4-Her’s ages 5-18 Stop by and have our Youth serve you!!! 34 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Brad Matchett comedy Hypnotist Brad Matchett is a man of many talents. He is an educator, magician, comedian and one of the best balloon artists in the country. Matchett will be familiar to anyone has watched a performance of Agricadabra. The educational agricultural specialist has been delivering his brand of humor at the Washington County Fair for years. And while Matchett’s Agricadabra show returns to the fair this year, he will also show off his newest talent— hypnosis. After training with famed celebrity hypnotist Terrance B, Matchett debuted his new hypnosis show to much fanfare earlier this year. Trading in his trademark yellow shirt, Matchett describes

the show as a “Family Where: Entertainment Tent Friendly Vegas-style When: Tuesday, 8:00 p.m., Hypnosis Show.” Thursday, 8:30 p.m. The performance will be Matchett’s first as a hypnotist at the Washington County Fair and is sure to be as well received as his other shows. Look for performances on Tuesday and Thursday in the Entertainment Tent.

Rick’s Bike Shop • Specialized • Trek • Eastern • Stolen 368 Ridge Road Corner of Ridge & Quaker Queensbury, NY 12804 (518) 793-8986 M-F 10-6, Sat 9-5, Sun Closed

Mountain, Road, Hybrid & Kids Bikes Expert Repair Work on All Brands

We offer an unsurpassed selection of name brand industrial, agricultural, commercial and tractor tires, as well as auto and light truck tires from the best brands in the business. Talk to us today about the right tires for the right job.



92 Warren Street Glens Falls, NY 12801 (518) 792-0991

4 Highland Avenue Queensbury, NY 12804 (518) 792-0316

4 Deer Run Drive Hudson Falls, NY 12839 (518) 747-1149

110 Warren Street Glens Falls, NY 12801 (518) 761-9439

189 Broadway Whitehall, NY 12887 (518) 499-5337

14 Lafayette Street Queensbury, NY 12804 (518) 743-1416

88 Abeel Avenue Greenwich, NY 12834 (518) 692-8535

1700 Route 9 Clifton Park, NY 12065 (518) 371-3343

308 Dix Avenue Queensbury, NY 12804 (518) 745-0670

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 35

36 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

DANCING Country Western Dance Instructors’ Forum Anyone who’s ever wondered how country dancers know when to turn, step, lean back and more will have the opportunity to watch the professionals at the Country Western Dance Instructors’ Forum on Sunday, Aug. 25. Five or six dance instructors with between 80 and 100 students will be on hand performing and dancing, said Organizer Virginia Allen. “A lot of people enjoy watching line dancing. A lot of it is the music, and they like the instructors,” Allen said, adding that those who are interested in learning line dancing but first want to see what it’s about enjoy the show. The majority of the dancing will be done by the instructors and students, but in between there will be audience participation as well. Part of what makes the instructors so popular is their vast,

combined experience. One of the instructors, for example, has been teaching for what Allen referred to as “only” seven years. “I’ve been teaching for 50 odd years and dancing since I was 12, everything from Arthur Murray to Where: Judging Arena Tent Zumba. All of the When: Sunday, 2:00 p.m. instructors are experienced all together,” Allen said. The instructors come from all over the region, and most of the dances are country-style. The group meets from September to May on a monthly basis and has regular events such as an appreciation dance and a food drive. So watch the show and wait for a chance to join in at this year’s fair.

TGIF & Tony’s Toe-sters Line Dancers

Though Virginia Allen has more than 20 years of experience line dancing at the fair, she’s started to let Tony Marcantonio, an exciting dancer, take over Where: Judging Arena Tent the brunt of the selecWhen: Saturday, 5:00 p.m. tion and organization process. Marcantonio, one of the region’s most experienced dance instructors, and Allen will join together once again this year to perform about 12 dances together. And they’ll even teach one to the crowd. The two instructors bring many, many years of experience to dancing and will demonstrate a variety of styles. Among other songs will be the “Hot Dog Boogie,” Taylor Swift’s “Stay, Stay, Stay,” “Inside Out,” “Fighting Those Blue Jeans” and

more. The pair, along with 80-100 students, will demonstrate and teach the various styles of line dancing. “We try to cover different things; it’s kind of a combination,” Allen said. She thinks crowds like the interactive show TGIF and Marcantonio put on. Marcantonio teaches classes in Wilton and South Glens Falls, and Allen teaches in the area as well.

Merry Mohican Square and Round Dance Club After half a century of keeping the tradition alive, members of the Merry Mohican Square and Round Dance Club know how to do-si-do. The group, which just celebrated 50 years this past fall, will give a show at the fair on Sunday, Aug. 25. Lon and Hannah Penna will be the callers for between Where: Beef Barn #9 16 and 20 people with alterWhen: Sunday, 7:00 p.m. nates, who will make up two dance squares for people to watch, said Maureen Wall, vice president of the club. She said the group hopes to do a beginning session as well, where fair-goers can learn basic steps. “We usually have a good crowd. We always hope for the best,” she said. The club starts classes each fall from September through April and then instructors graduate new dancers. Then the group, which consists of members of the tri-county area, travels all over the region to perform. Wall thinks anyone who stops by to see the club at the fair will enjoy it. “We always tell people it’s a lot of fun, it’s good for your health and you’ll have a good time doing it,” she said.

Your Local Source for All Your Heating & Cooling Needs.

76 Railroad Street Mechanicville, NY 12118 (518) 664-5111

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 37

TWIN SETS starting at $129 Therapedic Memory Foam Mattress

Visit our shop filled with cozy rooms decorated in Colonial style. We have upholstered wing chairs, loveseats and sofas; rag and hooked rugs, lamps in tin and wrought iron, as well as lampshades in hard-to-find styles, tablecloths, runners and napkins; art prints, floorcloths and accessories to complement your Country Home.

We are an authorized dealer for • Johnston Benchworks Furniture • Friendship Upholstery • Chandeliers & Lamps • River Bend Windsor Chairs • Old Village Paint • Olde Century Colors

Visit our Virtual Showroom that never closes: Serving the community for 33+ years. “Just a great place to buy a car!”








All New MV-1 Mobility Vehicle

George Whalen

Tim Whalen

38 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Bob Bassett

Bruce Patire Brendon Serritella

Matt Brown

Eric Goodell

Collon Slate

DaILy ShowS tuesday - Sunday

FroNt Porch StagE Sylvia & The Magic Trunk - 2:30, 4:30 & 7:00pm The Elderly Brothers - Tues.-Sat. - 6:00pm; Sun - 1:00pm BroaDway NEar commuNIty LIvINg BLDg.#28 Hansen’s Spectacular High Wire Show Tues.-Fri. - 3 & 7pm; Sat. & Sun. - 1, 3, & 5:00pm ENtErtaINmENt tENt Buffalo & Brandy - Tues., Fri., Sat. & Sun. - 12, 3 & 4:30pm Wed. - 12:30 & 4:30pm; Thurs. - 12, 2 & 4:30 pm caBooSE arEa Buffalo Barield’s Unherd of Entertainment - 3, 5, & 7:00pm Dragon Scales and Faerie Tales - 12, 2 & 4:00pm gE FamILy PIcNIc PavILIoN #34 Puddles the Clown - (face painting) noon to 4:00pm BLuEBIrD rD. Hot Dog Pig Races - 12:30, 4:00, 5:30 & 7:30pm Dog Agility - 11:00am, 2:00 & 4:30pm

ag. cENtEr #8 Milking Demonstration - Mon.-Sun. - 4:00 - 6:00pm Dairy Princess and McCadam Cheese Sampling “ADA the Milking Cow DeLaval’s Robotic Milking Demonstration - Mon.-Sun. arEa BEhIND maIN oFFIcE Agri-cadabra - Tues.-Fri., & Sun.- 2:30, 4:00 & 6:30pm Sat. - 2:30, 4:00, 6:30 & 8:00pm FFa BarN #31 Bob Smith and the Reindeer - all day/all week corNEr oF mILky way/mEmory LaNE Masters of the Chainsaw - 2, 4 & 6:30 pm; Sun. - 12 & 2pm JuDgINg arENa tENt Chainsaw Carvings Auction - Sun. - 4:00pm mEmory LaNE The Rammunition - Monster Truck Display - Fri.-Sun.

moNDay, auguSt 19 ENtErtaINmENt tENt 5:00 pm ................. Oficial Opening of the Fair 6:00 & 8:00 pm ..... Smokey Greene Band

haNDmaDE/homEgrowN BLDg. #24 5:30 pm ................. Giant Pumpkin Contest motor SPortS arENa 7:00 pm ................. Washington County Fair Pro Rodeo

Carol’s Collectibles Antiques & Gifts

Multi-Dealer Shop ~ 12,000 Sq Feet of Merchandise


• Beautiful Tanzanite platinum over sterling rings, earrings, necklaces & bracelets • Come see our Critter Jewelry • Inexpensive wedding sets • We also have Marilyn’s Quality Silver Jewelry


84 Broadway, Rte 22N, Whitehall, NY 518-499-0728 • Open Daily 9 AM - 5 PM

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 39

40 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

tuESDay, auguSt 20

wEDNESDay, auguSt 21

motor SPortS arENa 2:00 pm ................. Youth Rodeo Events 7:00 pm ................. Wash. Co. Fair Pro Rodeo DraFt aNImaL tENt 10:00 am ............... Open Ox Versatility Show 4:00 pm ................ Open Draft Horse Versatility horSE arENa 9:00 am ................. Youth Dressage Show 5, 5:30, 6, 6:30 & 7 Adirondack Drill Team JuDgINg arENa tENt 9:00 am ................. Judging-Youth Dairy Showmanship 3:30 pm ................. Judging - Youth Dairy: (Guernsey/Ayrshire/Brown Swiss) PouLtry/raBBIt BarN #12 9:00 am ................. Youth Rabbit/Cavies 9:00 am ................. Youth Poultry ShEEP/goat BarN #32 9:00 am ................ Youth Goat Showmanship 11:00 am .............. Youth Dairy & Fiber Goats SwINE BarN #10 11:00 am ............... Youth Swine & Best Dressed Swine couNty BouNty BuILDINg #46 Easton Rug Hookers ENtErtaINmENt tENt 8:00 pm ................ Brad Matchett Comedy Hypnotist

ENtErtaINmENt tENt 10:00 am & 1:30 pm Adirondack Fiddlers 6:00 & 8:00 pm ..... Bobby Dick Entertainment DraFt aNImaL tENt 10:00 am .............. Open Draft Horse Versatility motor SPortS arENa 8:00 am ................ Antique Tractor Pulls 6:00 pm ................ 4 Wheel Drive Diesel Truck Pulls horSE arENa 5:00 pm ................ NBHA Barrel Racing ag cENtEr #8 Cheese Carving with Sarah Kaufmann JuDgINg arENa tENt 9:00 am ................ Youth Dairy (Holstein, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn) 8:00 pm ................. Farmers Olympics (adults) PouLtry/raBBIt BarN #12 9:00 am ................ Youth Rabbits/Cavies 9:00 am ................ Open Poultry 6:30 pm ................. Rooster Crowing Contest ShEEP/goat BarN #32 9:00 am ................. Youth Sheep youth BuILDINg #26 1:00 pm ................. 4-H Public Presentations couNty BouNty BuILDINg #46 Pieceful Valley Quilters

thurSDay, auguSt 22 ENtErtaINmENt tENt 3:00 pm ................. Fitzgerald Bros./Pepsi Bike Give A Way 8:00 pm ................. Fitzgerald Bros./Pepsi Bike Give A Way 8:30 pm ................ Brad Matchett Comedy Hypnotist BroaDway 5:30 - 7:30 pm ...... Radio Disney motor SPortS arENa 9:00 am ................. Garden Tractor Pulls 6:00 pm ................. 4 Wheel Drive Truck Pulls horSE arENa 9:00 am ................ Youth English Horse Show 6:00 pm ................. Open Gymkhana JuDgINg arENa tENt 9:00 am ................. Judging - Open Class Dairy (Holstein, Ayrshire & Guernsey) 6:00 pm ................ Youth Farmer Olympics

BEEF BarN #9 1:00 pm ................ Youth Beef Cattle PouLtry/raBBIt BarN #12 9:30 am ................ Youth Poultry Showmanship 6:30 pm ................ Rooster Crowing Contest couNty BouNty BuILDINg#46 - Wood Turners ag cENtEr #8 Cheese Carving with Sarah Kaufmann 5:30 pm ................ Stewart’s Ice Cream Giveaway 7:00 - 8:00 pm - Veggie Races ShEEP/goat BarN #32 9:00 am ................. Open Class Sheep youth BLDg # 26 1:00 pm ................. 4-H Demonstrations

* carnival Fun Day • tuESDay, auguSt 20 *

Ride all the rides from noon until 11:00 PM for only $20 (does not include admission)

* Senior citizen Day • wEDNESDay, auguSt 21 * $5.00 admission for ages 62 and older

* children’s Day * thurSDay, auguSt 22 * Students High School age and Younger FREE

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 41





42 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


FrIDay, auguSt 23 motor SPortS arENa 10 am & 7pm ........ Out of Field Tractor Pulls ENtErtaINmENt tENt 6:00 pm ................. FROGGY 107.1 Karaoke Contest horSE arENa 9:00 am ................. Youth Western Horse Show 5, 5:30, 6, 6:30, 7pm - Adirondack Drill Team JuDgINg arENa tENt 9:00 am ................. Open Class Dairy (Jersey/Brown Swiss/Milking Shorthorn) 6:30 pm ................. Milking Contest 7:00 pm ................. Best Dressed Calf - Dairy & Beef couNty BouNty BuILDINg #46 - Wood Turners BEEF BarN #9 11:00 am ............... Judging - Open Beef Cattle PouLtry/raBBIt BarN #12 6:30 pm ................. Rooster Crowing Contest youth BuILDINg #26 1:00 pm ................. 4-H Public Presentations ShEEP/goat BarN #32 9:00 am ................. Open Dairy & Fiber Goat 10:00 am ............... Goat Games 6:00 pm ................ Best Dressed Sheep & Goat & Quiz Bowl ag cENtEr #8 5:30 pm ................. Stewart’s Ice Cream Cone Give-a-way

SaturDay, auguSt 24 ENtErtaINmENt tENt 6:00 & 8:00 pm ..... The Hand Picked Band motor SPortS arENa 1:00 pm ................. NYTPA Sanctioned Tractor Pull 7:00 pm ................. NYTPA Sanctioned Tractor Pull horSE arENa 9:00 am ................. Youth Gymkhana Horse Show ag cENtEr #8 7:00 - 8:00 pm ...... Veggie Races 2:00 pm ................ Nipper Knolls Therapeutic Horses Presentation BEEF BarN #9 12:00 pm .............. Pedal Tractor Pull DraFt aNImaL tENt 10:00 am ............... Draft Animal Versatility youth BuILDINg #26 1:00 pm ................ 4-H Public Presentations ShEEP/goat BarN #32 10:00 am ............... Open & Youth Meat Goats 1:00 & 3:00 pm .... Sheep Shearing Demo 2:00 pm ................ Spinning Contest 4:00 pm ................ Lead Line - Sheep PouLtry/raBBIt BarN #12 7:30 pm ................. Best Dressed Rabbit/Cavies JuDgINg arENa tENt 5:00 pm ................. TGIF Country Dancers & Tony’s Dancers couNty BouNty BuILDINg #46 Battenkill Fibers Carding and Spinning

SuNDay, auguSt 25

* Family Fun Day * SuNDay, auguSt 25

Ride all the rides from noon until 9:00 PM for only $20 (does not include admission) (Ride tickets sold at the carnival ticket booth)

ENtErtaINmENt tENt 9:30 am ................. Church Service 5:30 & 7:30 pm .... Hair of the Dog Band motor SPortS arENa 9:45 am ................ Big Rigs Semi-Truck Pulls 2:00 pm ................ Stephen’s Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Monster Truck Demostration 3:00 pm ................ Demolition Derby aNtIquE tractor arEa 12 noon ................. Antique Tractor Pull horSE arENa 9:00 am ................. Open Horse Show JuDgINg arENa tENt 2:00 pm ................ Country Western Dance Instructors Forum 4:00 pm ................ Chainsaw Carvings Auction 6:00 pm ................ Hill Country Cloggers BEEF BarN #9 7:00 pm ................ Merry Mohican Square Dancers couNty BouNty BuILDINg #46 Easton Rug Hookers

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 43


44 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 45

46 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Demonstrations at our

COMMUNITY LIVING BUILDING While visiting the Washington County Fair, make sure you stop in the Community Living Building # 28 on our map on pages 44 & 45. 2013 ExHIBITORS u ALS Awareness u Berkshire Farm Center & Services for Youth u Caring Together, Inc. u Family Health Partnership u Girl Scouts of Northeastern NY u Hubbard Hall Projects u Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY, Inc.


u Operation Adopt a Soldier u RSVP (Retired Senior & Volunteer Program) u SUNY Adirondack u Washington County Youth Bureau/ Alternative Sentencing Agency u WSWHE BOCES u WWAMH (Warren, Washington Association for Mental Health)



A Program of Washington County Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.


Quality child care ...that fits your needs: • Head Start centers in Hudson Falls, Whitehall, Granville & Cambridge for ages 3-5 • Early Head Start at Cambridge Valley Center & Whitehall Center • Full day, full-year

PROGRAM INCLUDES: • Family Services • Meals/snacks • Nutritionist • Health Screenings • Home Visits • Services for children with special needs • Early Head Start

Washington County Head Start 18 River Street, Hudson Falls, NY 12839 518-747-2816

DETAILS 8’ x 8’ x 20’ Safe Secure Lockable Swinging Doors Rent by Month or Year

USED BY Contractors Schools Auto Dealerships Homeowners Retailers Hospitals



CELL: 573-0683

P.O. Box 53, Middle Falls, NY 12848

1067 State Route 29, Greenwich, NY

Used For Furniture, Automobiles, Records, Inventory, Motorcycles, Boats and Much More!

2560 State Route 40, Greenwich, NY






SIZES AVAILABLE: 5X10 • 10X10 • 10X15 • 10X25 Well Lighted

Low Monthly Rates

Security Cameras

Easy Drive-Up Access

“WE FIX THE CAUSE” Saunders‛ Transmission Family owned & Service, LLC operated since 1963! Rebuilt Transmissions & Transaxles • Torque Converters • Transfer Cases • Differentials Replacement of Manual Clutches 1022 State Rte 197 Argyle, NY


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 47

With its unique climate, soil and forests

The Upper Hudson Region of New York State is naturally perfect for producing maple syrup. That’s why ours is the finest, most wholesome maple syrup in the world. Behind each bottle, there’s the story of a way of life and generations of maple producers who take special pride in continuing the tradition today.

Maple demonstrations daily ~ Tuesday-Sunday Meet the Upper Hudson Region Maple Queens & Princess View educational displays and talk with local producers Taste maple sugar, cotton candy and ice cream Buy local - straight from over ten area producers

Delicious Homemade Pancakes, Waffles, French Toast with our own pure Maple Syrup (made in our sugar shack behind the restaurant)

GIFT SHOP - Maple Candy - Maple Cream & Our Famous Syrup

Proud Grandparents of the Upper Hudson Maple Princess, OLIVIA ROBERTS!

518-642-1799 Off Rt. 22 in North Granville, NY Turn by store in N. Granville, follow signs

Open Saturday & Sunday 7am-1pm YEAR ROUND

Dry Brook Sugar House 432 Chambers Road, Salem, NY

854-3955 SAVE THE DATES: MARCH 22-23 AND MARCH 29-30 • 2014 OPEN HOUSE WEEKENDS 48 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


The Upper Hudson Maple Producers Association sugarhouse, located at East End Drive in front of the County Bounty Building at the Washington County Fair, was built to educate the public about maple syrup and maple products and promote the region as a top maple producing area. The sugarhouse is open every day of the fair and is staffed by volunteer members of the Association. There is always someone on hand to talk about the process of making maple syrup and answer any questions that visitors have about the equipment on display. Visitors will be able to purchase maple syrup and any number of other maple products, including: maple milkshakes, maple donuts, maple cream, maple sugar candy, maple cotton candy, soft ice cream, coffee, maple fudge, maple coated nuts and much, much more. Maple cooking demonstrations will be happening throughout the week. With picnic tables and maple shade trees, the Upper Hudson Maple Producers Association Sugarhouse is a great place to stop for a snack and a rest!

Did you know...


• Tapping does no permanent damage to the sugar maple tree. • Tapping sugar maple trees is a tradition in the Upper Hudson River Valley since the 18th Century. • The sugaring season lasts usually from late February to early April. • It takes about 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup. • Warm, sunny days and frosty nights are ideal for sap low. • The harvest season ends with the coming of spring’s warm nights and the irst stages of bud development on the trees. • New York is the second largest maple producing state in the nation.

Maple Cheesecake Bars

Pure maple syrup is sold by grades established by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. It is graded by color and lavor. The difference between grades is a matter of taste preference—not quality. New York Grade A Light Amber A very light, amber colored syrup with a mild, delicate maple taste. New York Grade A Medium Amber A medium amber colored syrup with a moderate, fuller maple lavor. New York Grade A Dark Amber The darkest of the three Grade A classiications. This syrup has a strong, robust maple lavor. New York Extra Dark for Cooking A very dark color and very strong maple lavor, considered excellent for cooking or lavoring.

Yields 24 bars Maple Short-crust 3/4 cup Butter - Softened 1/3 cup Pure NYS Maple Syrup 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract 2 Cups Flour 1/2 tsp Salt

Cheesecake 1 1b (two 8 oz pkg.) Cream Cheese, softened 1/2 cup Sour Cream 2 Eggs 3/4 cup Pure NYS Maple Syrup 1 tsp Vanilla Extract 1 tsp Lemon Juice 2 cups Chocolate Chips, melted 8 oz jar Pure NYS Maple Cream Preheat oven to 400°F. Prepare Maple Short-crust: Cream butter. Beat in maple syrup and vanilla. Add lour and salt and blend. Press into 9”x13” pan. To assemble cheesecake pour melted chocolate over crust, spread with about 3/4 of the jar of maple cream,

and set aside. Beat cream cheese, scraping sides of bowl, until light and completely smooth. Beat in sour cream, then eggs (one at a time). Gradually beat in maple syrup followed by vanilla and lemon juice. Pour over chocolate. Bake 15 minutes at 400°F, then reduce heat to 350°F and continue to bake for 30 minutes. Cool and chill. Drizzle with the remaining maple cream and some melted chocolate before cutting bars. Serve with fresh whipped cream.


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 49

A complete line of Log Splitters starting at $2,195.

2601 WEST RD BENNINGTON, VT Mon - Fri 9am-6pm Saturday 9am-4pm



$50 OFF any Accessory Purchased with Splitter.


695 Danby-Pawlet Road, Danby, Vt. 05739

(802) 293-5409



50 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

4-H has strong presence at the fair Whether they’re showing a chicken, baked goods or photography, Washington County’s 4-H youth are always major participants at the Washington County Fair. “The fair is an opportunity for youth to showcase what they’re doing,” said Chrys Nestle, 4-H Educator for Washington County and the Youth Superintendent for the fair. Out of approximately 1,000 youth participating at the fair, 300 are 4-H members, she said. The mission mandates for 4-H are healthy living, citizenship, science, engineering and technology. The range of activities open to 4-H participants is diverse. In addition to animal science, in which members raise and prepare to show animals including chickens, rabbits, goats and cows, there are also opportunities to show artwork or baked goods. “Photography is huge,” Nestle said. “It has bloomed among all youth.” She credits the advent of digital photography and even phone cameras with the increase in popularity. Other areas include crafts, sewing and woodworking. Horse showing remains popular, as 4-Hers compete with their horses in both English and Western disciplines. Other possibilities for fair participation with 4-H include being a superintendent at the Poultry Barn or volunteering in

the 4-H food booth. The 4-H food booth has been an integral part of the fair since the event moved to its current location more than 50 years ago. It typically requires a crew of eight to 10, including a few adults, to operate. Even in today’s high-tech world, “the 4-H p r o gram in the county is steady,” Nestle said. One noticeable difference from 20 years ago is the fact that 4-H participants are a little younger now. At one time, she noted, the minimum age for 4-H was 8 years old. Now, members must be at least five years old and in kindergarten. To accommodate this younger set, 4-H has developed programs appropriate for their level of maturity. Nestle sees 4-H as an outstanding opportunity for youth to gain skills that will serve them throughout life. As they prepare their animal or item for show, she said, they gain organizational and time-management skills. They also gain leadership skills in 4-H, since they learn from their leaders and help with younger children as part of the process. Finally, Nestle said, they gain communication skills. At the fair, they

may be required to do a public presentation, or to converse with the judges about their project. Nestle also encourages them to do radio interviews at the f a i r, in order to gain public speaking skills. T h e 4 - H e r s ’ s u b m i s sions to the fair a r e judged on the Danish system. Instead of first, second or third place winners, there are blue, red and white awards. Each exhibit is judged by comparing it to a standard, not the other entries. The judges also take into consideration the age of the youth, the project and the amount of work the youth has done

in that area of expertise. “Part of their success,” Nestle said, “is being able to have a conversation with the judges.” While many 4-H exhibitors show animals from their family farm, those who live in a more urban environment can also participate by leasing an animal. A special New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets lease program allows youth to lease one animal. “It helps students who live in a village to learn about animal husbandry and prepare their animal for show,” Nestle said. Beyond the educational aspect of 4-H, participating at the fair gives the youth a well-rounded experience, Nestle said. “It’s a social thing as well – who they see, what they do at the fair,” she commented. “But it’s also an opportunity for growth and volunteerism, beyond just being at the fair.”

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 51

MOTOR SPORTS EVENTS ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULLS Hosted by Tri-State Antique Tractor Club Superintendent: Jared Thomas - 695-4325

Wednesday, August 21st @ 8:00 am Entry Fee: $10.00 per tractor / per class For rules: contact Jared Thomas (695-4325) or the Fair Ofice (692-2464)


DIESEL TRUCK PULL Superintendent: Mike O’Konski (796-3523) st

Wednesday, August 21 @ 6:00pm Class 1 - Entry Fee: $10.00 Class 2 - Entry Fee $20.00

Superintendent: Dean Skellie - 692-7143

Thursday, August 22nd @ 9:00am

Entry Fee: $10.00 per tractor/per class For rules: contact Dean Skellie (518-692-7143) or the Fair Ofice (692-2464)

STOCK & SUPER STOCK 4 WD TRUCK PULLS Superintendent: Mike O’Konski (796-3523)

Thursday, August 22nd @ 6:00pm

Class 1 & 3 - Entry Fee: $10.00 per class; Class 2 & 4 - Entry Fee $20.00 per class

OUT OF FIELD TRACTOR PULLS Superintendent: Rich Horton (321-4303) & Mike O’Konski

Friday, August 23rd

Classes 1 - 7 will run on Friday @ 10:00am Classes 8 – 12 will run on Friday @ 7:00pm Entry Fee: $10.00 per tractor / per class Entry Fee: Team Pull $20.00 per team WEB SITES:;;

52 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

MOTOR SPORTS EVENTS All Motor sports Competitors Use gate e rt. 29

For motor sports rules go to

SANCTIONED TRACTOR PULLS Saturday, August 24th @ 1:00 & 7:00pm

Class AAA — Entry fee: $30.00 per tractor / per class THIS PULL WILL COMPLY WITH ALL ATPA RULES For rules:

BIG RIG TRUCK PULLS Superintendent: Mike O’Konski (796-3523)

Sunday, August 25th @ 9:45am

Entry Fee: $20.00 per truck/class • For rules, contact the Fair Ofice at 518-692-2464

Demolition Derby now on SunDay! DEMOLITION DERBY Superintendent: Mike O’Konski (796-3523)

Sunday, August 25th @ 3:00pm Contact: The Fair Ofice (692-2464) or 4 - Heats of cars will be held 1 - Heat of Minivans (front wheel drive) 1- Heat of All Wheel Drive or 4x4 Cars

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 53



Clifton Park








COME SEE US AT THE FAIR ! 54 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Dog Agility Demonstration One of the fastest growing dog sports in the U.S., dog agility is always a popular demonstration at the Washington Where: Bluebird Road County Fair. Again When: Tuesday-Sunday, this year, there will be agility demon11:00, 2:00 & 4:30 p.m. strations each day on Bluebird Road. Spectators will have the opportunity to see dogs and handlers working together as a team as they perform a

series of obstacles that include the A-frame, the dogwalk, weave poles, and several different types of tunnels. This is a great opportunity to see how well-trained dogs of many breeds and mixed breeds with handlers ranging in age from 10 to 86 years old can run agility and obstacle courses.

Tune-ups Lube, Oil, Filter Brakes Shocks Collision Repairs Autobody Painting Computerized 4-Wheel Alignment 24-Hour Towing NEW YORK STATE INSPECTION Route 22 Eagle Bridge, NY

See us at the Fair in the County Bounty Building featuring our famous...

Leagues for all! Sign up NOW for Fall Leagues

Borden’s Orchard From Rte. 40 - 2 mi. south on Valley Falls Rd in Town of Easton • 692-2370

Annual RDOD 9/22/13 • 1-4PM

359 Broadway, Fort Edward, NY


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 55

A Leader in Commercial, Industrial, & Custom Home Construction.

Whalen Chevrolet, Greenwich, NY - Completed June 2013

Pre-Engineered Building Systems

56 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


Experiencing Agriculture Battenkill Valley Creamery

sponsored by stewart’s shops, Agri-Mark, McCadam and Cabot Cheese, Cargill, geneX, Battenkill Valley Creamery, Zoetis, Washington County Farm Bureau

will be selling white milk, chocolate milk & half & half, every day of fair

McCadam Cheese & Dairy Products sampling All day, every day.


ADA the milking cow

will be there sponsored by the American Dairy Association, hence the name ADA. (this will be part of the Dairy Princess display)

Free iCe CreAM

Washington County Dairy Princess, Alison Parrott,

and her court will be handing out samples of assorted dairy products and “Got Milk” items.

stewart’s ice Cream FREE sample cones Veggie races on Thursday & Thursday & Friday from 5:30 till Saturday gone! at 7 p.m.

Make a race car with vegetables and watch it go!

Milking Parlor hours

5:00 – 6:30 pm. Watch the cows being milked.


sarah the Agri-Mark & Cabot • Battenkill Valley Creamery Cheeselady Cornell Cooperative Extension of Washington County Carving Dairy of Distinction Farms • Delaval• Farm Bureau Cheese Farm Service Agency GENEX • Herb & Spice Growers Sculptures Local Meat Producers • NYS Meat Producers all day Stewart’s Ice Cream • Washington County Dairy Princess Wed. and Thurs. • Washington County Farmers Markets

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 57

Masters of the Chainsaw Every craftsman has his tools. A weaver has a loom, a painter his brush and a writer his pen. The same is true for members of Masters of the Chainsaw; it’s just that their tools are gas-powered, rotating chains of fury that can transform a three-foot tall piece of wood into a piece of fine art in minutes. Masters of the Chainsaw is a limited group of the nation’s top professional chainsaw sculptors, dedicated to promoting and preserving the integrity of the art form and its perfor-

Where: Corner of Milky Way and Memory Lane When: Tuesday - Saturday, 2:00, 4:00, and 6:30 p.m. Sunday, 12:00 and 2:00 p.m.

mance. The only agency in the United States dedicated to the art of chainsaw carving, Masters of the Chainsaw features 12 full-time members and three times as many part-time members who compete in chainsaw competitions and display their craft at fairs and festivals across the country.

DAVIS COAL 518-677-2722

949 Turnpike Road, Cambridge, NY 12816



Alaska & Reading Stove Dealer bri Nut, Pea, Rice, am dg & Stove Coal DAVIS CO AL

Delivered or Picked Up Bulk & Bagged We Will Fix Your Transmission As Easy As 1 • 2 • 3



SALES Concrete Septic Tanks Polyethylene Septic Tanks • Drywells Well Tile, etc. INSTALLATION Backhoe Work Repairs • Portable Toilets


4 Wheel Drive ission m s n a r T e c Clutch Repairs Ser vi t to h g u Cars • Trucks • SUVs bro eights! H Mini-Vans • Jeeps New Off-Road Utility Vehicles Front & Rear Wheel Drive Don’t Pay For Unnecessary Repairs!

We SAVE Time, Money & Transmissions.


1564 Rt 9 • South Glens Falls, NY 12803

2½ Miles Off Northway Exit 17N 58 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

At a typical 45-minute show, from behind protective netting, onlookers will observe an original and captivating highenergy performance. With chainsaw roaring and chips flying, the carver’s precision and skill quickly transforms a log into art. Members of the group will show off their considerable skills several times a day throughout fair week, and some of their creations will be auctioned off at 4 p.m. on Sunday.

Chainsaw Carvings Auction

Sunday 4:00 p.m. At Judging Arena Tent



20 Broad Street Schuylerville New York 12871

35 West Main Street Cambridge New York, 12816



Hours: Mon-Thurs 8am-8pm, Fri 8am-9pm, Sat 7am-8pm, Sun 8am-7pm

Hours: Mon-Thurs 8am-8pm, Fri 8am-9pm, Sat 8am-7pm, Sun 8am-6pm

OVER 85 CARS & TRUCKS TO CHOOSE FROM! 101 Northside Drive, Bennington, VT 05201 PH: (802) 442-1888 • Fax: (802) 442-8551


Family Owned & Operated For Over 36 Years WE DRILL ANYWHERE YEAR ‘ROUND Authorized Goulds Dealer HAVE FUN AT IR! THE FA


Water Conditioning & Filtration HAVE FUN AT Well Deepening - Cleaning Pumps Installed & Serviced THE FAIR! Water Flow & Purity Testing

Hydro Frac For Low Producing Rock Wells



Complete Systems for Geothermal Heating & Cooling

4294 State Route 4 Fort Ann, NY 12827 2183 State Route 9 Lake George, NY 12845 Phone: 518-746-9303 Fax: 518-746-1730

746-0173 1-800-878-6728 • 1175 Farley Rd., Hudson Falls, NY 12839 CALL ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT 7 DAYS A WEEK

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 59

60 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


Washington County has a rich agricultural tradition dating back to the county’s formation, and that heritage is on display at the Farm Museum and Schoolhouse. Located on the fairgrounds, the museum offers a glimpse of life in the county during simpler times. Its collection includes household and farm implements from the 19th century through the irst half of the 20th century. “The museum takes us up through the tractor era,” said Joan Prouty, education director for the museum. “Everything in our museum comes from Washington County. It was either used or manufactured here.” This year’s featured exhibit is entitled “Modern Conveniences and Gadgets,” and it details the history and use of household items that may seem simple today but were luxuries in different times. Part of that exhibit will focus on ice harvesting. Before the advent of modern day refrigeration, ice was taken from natural sources, such as frozen ponds. In some instances the ponds were covered underneath a layer of sawdust, which preserved the ice when temperatures rose above the freezing point. Besides simulations of the process by which the ice was harvested and stored, there will be a display of ice harvesting artifacts and a painting of ice harvesting on Lake Champlain in Dresden. “It gives you a better feel—a better lavor—of the process. You can see the mountains in the background and how it was done,” Prouty said. Outdoors there will be examples of handpumps used in old wells and a refurbished mechanical reaper used to harvest crops. “We had it removed last year and it has been completely restored. Guests will be able to see it

in its brand new condition,” Prouty said. The museum also features a rotating display of historic pictures from throughout the county. The content of the display changes each year. Schools and barns have been featured in the past, and this year’s exhibit will focus on out buildings. “These weren’t your main barn but they were still very important. They were things like your smoke house, chicken coop or milking parlor,” Prouty said. One of Washington County’s original schoolhouses is also on display. The Perkins Hollow School House, which was moved from Chambers Road in Salem to the fairgrounds in 1977, offers an unadulterated look at school during the 19th century. “It is listed as a landmark schoolhouse by the Country School Association of American. It was built in 1850 and used until 1910,” Prouty said. “All the old wooden desks and quite a few of the original artifacts from the school are still inside.” Throughout fair week these exhibits and more will be on display. There will also be various demonstrations including quilt making, butter making, and spinning. A popular video area, featuring a variety of videos, including one of ice harvesting, has returned and will run during the fair. “We try to do some interactive demonstrations during Fair Week and let people see how different items worked,” Prouty said. The museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the Fair and is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. during other special events held at the fair grounds May through October. In addition, the museum can be opened for group tours on request. For information on scheduling a group tour, contact the fair ofice at 518-692-2464.

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 61

Don’t miss the FFA Farmland piglets, and check out the emus. Don’t forget the FFA Farmland is run by students from six area FFA chapters: Greenwich, Argyle, Hartford, Salem, Granville, and Schuylerville. Ask the students any questions you have and they’ll help you learn more about the variety of animals raised in Washington County.

Owner 201 Jenkinsville Road Queensbury, NY 12804 (518) 792-4102 •



Danna Ellsworth


Be sure to stop by the FFA Farmland while you’re at the Fair. This year’s collection of baby animals is waiting for you! Come and touch baby chicks, ducks, dairy calves, goats, horses, and alpacas – then wash up in the sink before heading out for some delicious fair food. Before you go, spend some time watching the sow and her

1130 State Route 22, Cambridge, NY 12816

518-677-8177 • NY State Inspection Station • Manufacturer Scheduled Maintenance • 2 and 4 Wheel Alignments • Pre-Buyer Inspections • Computer Diagnostics • Tires: Sold, Mounted & Balanced

And More....

Your Complete Car Care Center!

Full-Service USDA-Inspected Meat Processing Facility

62 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

All Week “Horses, inside & out” at the FFA Farmland

amazing F A I R S p e c ta c u l a r ! Offer valid ONLY During the Washington County Fair Dates

August 19th - 25th

Any Pellet Stove or Pellet Insert

FREE ton of Pellets

$AVE 14% on any in stock Wood stove


Stop over at the FFA Farmland to see how a horse moves. Connie Lundberg-Watkins will be showing you the bones and muscles painted on a horse named Cookie. Cookie is a miniature horse that loves people. Let’s see how they move while she does.



FREE Line & Termination Kit

Blower System*

$395 Value

$300 Value

Hearth Pad with purchase




FREE Vent Kit

$399 Value GAS INSERTS


Liner & Termination Kit


FREE Blower System


$AVE 14%

$300 Value

on ALL models


$AVE 14% on any in stock stove



FREE Vent Kit


$399 Value

Blower System



Liner & Termination Kit

$395 Value



Liner Kit 6” x 25’

$495 Value

BBQs $AVE $100s on Grills in stock


2951 Lake Shore Drive Lake George 668-9300 • Just north of Lake George Village on Route 9N or Exit 22 or the Northway

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 63




RD YA 2 0 0 7 6,7 PAR



ing Offer ABLE D R AFFO ason Se es! Pass

Less Avail ons able

RATES: 7 Days A Week 18 holes w/cart - $35


$32 Seniors!

518-632-9632 South Hartford, NY (located on Rt. 196, 8 miles East of Hudson Falls or 1 mile West from Rt. 40) Minutes from Lake George - call for directions and reservations.

GREENWICH FAMILY DENTISTRY Using Dentistry’s Newest Techniques for the Smile You’ve Always Wanted...PAINLESSLY!


Laura Johnstone, D.D.S. Dennis Valerio, D.D.S. Megan Lynch Mayo, D.D.S. Laura Johnstone, D.D.S.

Dennis Valerio, D.D.S.

2651 State Route 40 Greenwich, NY

692-9333 64 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Megan Lynch Mayo, D.D.S.

Visit the dairy princess at the fair

When most little girls were envious of their peers’ new dresses, dolls or diaries, Alison Parrott was jealous of their cows. This year’s dairy princess and a native of Hartford, Parrott said she always wanted to show cows, even though she didn’t grow up on a farm. She found her opportunity through a schoolmate’s family. “I had a friend who showed, and they asked me if I wanted to show some of their cows,” Parrott said. She’s been hooked ever since. The 17-year-old high school senior owns a brown Swiss cow and has been showing cattle for about six years. She’s been a dairy ambassador for the same amount of time and has been involved with the Washington County Fair since she was in seventh grade. Parrott said all she had to

do to become an ambassador was fill out an application. “Anyone age five to 17 can be a dairy ambassador. You go to different events with the dairy princess like parades and fairs,” she said. And after accompanying her predecessors to their duties, she finally got her chance this spring. To become a dairy princess, a young woman must be between the ages of 16 and 24, not be married and not have a child. After applying to become dairy princess, Parrott made it to an annual pageant where she was elected. She said the event included interviews with judges, a speech and impromptu questions. “The week leading up to it, I was nervous, but not for the actual day. By then I had gone over it so many times I was ready,” she said. And her prep-

Washington County Dairy Princess Alison Parrott aration paid off. Her speech was about advertising about dairy and how it’s the ambassadors’ job to promote the dairy industry. “I was surprised, but it was a good surprise,” she said. As dairy princess, Parrott said she promotes and educates the public about the importance of dairy products, goes to the

fair and participates in many parades, meetings, health fairs and other events. “I like seeing all the people and how surprised they are to be learning something. It’s spreading your knowledge to someone else,” she said. At the fair, Parrott and her ambassadors will have a booth in the Agricultural Center #8. They will have a fake cow for children to milk and will hand out yogurt, cheese and other products. She said her role in the public as dairy princess has helped her become more mature. “Being a dairy princess has helped with my self-confidence and being able to talk to people,” she said. As far as advice for others? “I’d just remind people to always get their three (servings of dairy) a day,” she said.

Locally Owned & Operated

Plus tax & DMV fees

Residential / Commercial / Rolloff




6, 10, 15 & 30 yd. rolloff Clean out that garage, attic or basement CALL FOR GREAT PRICING! Low residential rates / weekly pickup / 65 & 95 gallon plans

Restrictions apply. See store for details.

All our customers receive FREE NYS Inspections $9.95 oil changes, and 15% OFF all service work for as long as you own your vehicle* * Excludes Diesels and Synthetic oil. Up to 5 qts.

View our entire inventory @ CV Waste Removal is Locally owned, Locally operated, and Locally committed!

Now Serving 2 Locations!

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 65

Fiber Festival a shear success The Washington County But every fall for the past Fair pays homage to the four years, a subset of local Fiber Festival county’s agricultural farmers has come togethheritage and is a celebra- Rafle to Beneit er with peers and crafttion of today’s farmer, be Adopt-A-Soldier ers from throughout the they dairy farmers, Northeast to celebrate a organic fruit and vegetable specific agricultural prodgrowers, or livestock producers. uct: animal fiber.

The Washington County Fairgrounds will host the fifth annual Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival on Oct. 5 and 6. The festival, which began in 2009 and has grown ever since, focuses on knitting, yards, wool and the animals that produce those fibers.

Booth’s Blend Compost 56 General Fellows Road, Greenwich, NY 12834 Quality compost for all your lawn, garden & landscape needs! • Booth’s Blend is chemical-free • Planting a flower or and will not burn or damage vegetable garden? your plants. • Refurbishing your lawn? • Booth’s Blend will improve • Planting a new lawn? your soil & build a foundation • Planting new trees or shrubs? for healthy, beautiful plants.

Bulk quantities of 2 yards or more available for delivery. Any size quantity available for pick-up at the farm. Topsoil blends also available.

Call Harry 695-6784 for prices & delivery rates.

The Alan Brown Realty Team: Alan Brown, Virginia Tremblay, Lorie Christian Atwell, Dorothy Yurschak & Ashleigh Yurschak


28 Main Street Greenwich, NY 12834 (518) 692-2066

P.O. Box 417 Salem, NY 12865 (518) 854-7331

16 S. Main St. (Rt. 40) Schaghticoke, NY 12154 (518) 753-9800



AMBULATORY & CLINIC APPOINTMENTS 24/7 EMERGENCY CARE ACUPUNCTURE & CHIROPRACTIC THERAPY The New York State Department of Health Radon Program reminds you of the U.S. Surgeon General’s warning:


Radon Causes Lung Cancer. You Should Test Your Home.




1987 County Route 23, Granville, NY, 12832

(518) 642-1676

66 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Radon is an invisible radioactive gas that seeps into your home from underground. The only way to tell if your home has dangerous levels of radon is to test for it. Once detected, homes with high levels of radon can be easily fixed. For more information or to order a test kit, call or visit:


Cornell Cooperative Extension of Washington County Linda S. Law-Saunders, FCS Educator

More than 120 vendors from throughout the Northeast are expected to attend this year’s event, which is an excellent destination for beginning and experienced fiber enthusiasts. During the two-day festival there will be a wide variety of workshops. There will be demonstrations of flower felting, triangle-loom weaving, skirting, sheep sheering, sheep and duck herding, a photography exhibit, and animal judging. There will also be finished products, knitting, spinning, weaving and hooking supplies, and fleece for sale, as well as a private livestock sale. Animals on display include sheep, alpacas, llamas, rabbits and goats. There are also two-dozen or so activities for children. Admission costs $5 for adults and is free for children 13 and younger. For additional information, visit www.

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program is a publication of Manchester Newspapers 14 E. Main St., Granville, NY 518-642-1234

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 67

Froggy 107.1 Karaoke Contest Where: Entertainment Tent When: Friday, 6:00 p.m.

After only three years, the Froggy 107.1 Karaoke Contest has quickly established itself as one of the

most popular attractions during Fair Week. The contest pits 40 singers who were chosen after applying online through the station’s Facebook page. While performing, they will be judged on five attributes: singing ability, appearance, stage presence, audience participation and audience reaction.

Woodland Gardens

Those categories mean that singing and singing alone isn’t enough, instead it’s the overall performance. Even though Froggy is a country music station competitors are not limited to country music for their song choices. Last year’s contest had performers ranging in age from 18 years to seniors. After the preliminary round, the 40 contestants will be whittled down to the top five, from which the three finalists will be chosen by a panel of judges. Whether you know a contestant or not, the karaoke contest is not to be missed.

SKENE VALLEY GROUP Skene Valley Agency

VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE COUNTY BOUNTY BUILDING! SPECIALIZING IN: ALSO: Hardy & Hard-to-find Perennials, Unusual Herbs, Annuals, Mixed Planters & Goat’s Milk Soap

Excavation Work Garden Design & Installation

57 Conley Road, Buskirk, NY 12028 (518) 686-0879 ~ Rae & Ray Schraver

76 County Rt. 18, Whitehall, NY 518-499-0748


• Pay Online • Request Quotes • Make Policy Changes VISIT OUR WEBSITES TODAY!

M. Shaw Insurance

76 Main Street, Granville, NY 518-642-3360

Battenkill Valley Insurance

78 W. Main St, Cambridge NY 518-677-2222

Call John, Maria, Tom, Jackie , Candy, Denise or Randy at any office to see if we can help you save on insurance today! 68 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


There will be a variety of horse shows all week of the fair. The youth exhibitors will show on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. All youth shows will be at the horse arena. The open classes will show on Thursday and Sunday, also at the horse arena. The youth rodeo event and the Washington County Fair Pro Rodeo will be held at the motorsports arena.

Tuesday, August 20

9:00 a.m. - Youth Dressage Show 2:00 p.m. - Youth Rodeo Events 5-7:00 p.m. - Adirondack Drill Team 7:00 p.m. - Pro Rodeo Grand Event

Wednesday, August 21

5:00 p.m. - National Barrel Horse Assoc. Event

Thursday, August 22

9:00 a.m. - Youth English Horse Show 6:00 p.m. - Open Gymkhana

Friday, August 23

9:00 a.m. - Youth Western Horse Show 5-7:00 p.m. - Adirondack Drill Team

Saturday, August 24

9:00 a.m. - Youth Gymkhana

Sunday, August 25

9:00 a.m. - Open Horse Show

DRAFT ANIMAL ACTIVITIES open ox Versatility show Tues., Aug. 20 at 10:00 am

open draft Horse Versatility show Tues., Aug. 20 at 4 p.m. Wed., Aug. 21 at 10 a.m.

draft animal demonstrations

Throughout the week at the draft animal tent area. Topics will include: • All breed/conirmation • Harness & Hitching (horses) •Yoking & Hitching (oxen) •Grooming & Decorating • Training & Driving

Donald Beebe 71 Harrison Ave. Hudson Falls, NY 12839 just off Burgoyne Ave.

(518) 746-1496 • Fax: (518) 746-1497

“We Grow History” at the Fair! Located in the County Bounty Building and the D&H Caboose Historic items, books, maps for sale Share county history & heritage Find us at / 518-747-9108 167 Broadway, Fort Edward NY 12828

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 69

Washington County Fair Pro Rodeo and Youth Rodeo After several years of championship rodeos, organizers of the Washington County Fair reached a consensus: One day of bronco-busting action was not enough. “We’re very excited. This will be the first time there have been two days of professional rodeo during fair week,” said Shana Graham of Painted Pony Rodeo in Lake Luzerne, which presents the competition each year. “These are the top cowboys and cowgirls—the best of the best.” The rodeos will be held at 7 on Monday and Tuesday nights.

Contestants from throughout the country will compete in the rodeos, which are sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, and Graham said the inclusion of a second day will attract even more contestants. “I think we’re going to get some big names because competitors need to compete in 15 PRCA events to qualify for the end of the year championships, and they will be able to do two in the same place,” she said. Contestants will compete for thousands of dollars in prize money and a gold championship belt

M H Mark harwooD Serving the area for over 20 years.

Construction & Mechanical 518-692-9390 518-859-9979 • Design • New Homes • Log Homes • Modular Homes

• Additions • Renovations • Remodeling • Painting

• Radiant Heat • Construction Management • AG Buildings • Plumbing & Electrical

70 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

buckle in seven Where: Motor Sports Arena different events: When: Monday, 7:00 p.m. bareback riding, Tuesday, 2:00 p.m. saddle bronc (Youth Rodeo) riding, steer wrestling, team 7:00 p.m. roping, tie-down (Pro Rodeo Grand Event) roping, women’s boot n’ shoe competition barrel racing and bull riding, which and a mystery event that tends to be a crowd favor- Graham is keeping under tight wraps until the day ite. “That’s one of the main of the event. “They get a feel for the events for sure, and we save it for last.,” Graham dirt in the rodeo arena,” Graham said. said. Many of the kids who The rodeo will also include family-friendly participate come from specialty acts like a rodeo families who participate in the fair all week. clown and trick riders. Each child that particiThe action won’t be limpates will get a rodeo back ited to just professionals. A Youth Rodeo will pre- tag, and a certificate of cede the main event on participation. A champiTuesday. Sign up for the onship belt buckle will be youth rodeo will be prior given away to the bestdressed cowboy and cowto the start of the rodeo. “It’s much bigger and girl. “We are very excited to more exciting this year, and the kids are very excit- be part of the fair. It’s a ed to be coming back,” very historic event and Painted Pony Rodeo is Graham said. The rodeo is open to proud to be a part of it,” children age eight and Graham said. “Fans will see an outyounger, and kids will participate in stick barrel rac- standing and exciting ing, hula hoop roping, the show.”

Adirondack Drill Team The Adirondack Drill Team is an all-women’s equestrian drill team that was founded in June 2011, when the members’ previous team disbanded. The riders wanted to keep doing what they loved – performing horseback drill maneuvers to music for audiences of all ages. Current members include Shellie Boucher and her horses Sammy and Casanova; Lisa DeWitt riding Lena; Chantelle Waldron on Unity; Brenda Osbourne and her trusty steed Pete; Lorrie Lovett with Cherokee and Phantom; Connie Liebig on Money; Jean McGuire and Oreo; and Arlene Starr and her equine partner, Sam. The Where: Horse Arena t e a m ’s When: Friday, 5:00, c o m bined 5:30, 6:00, experi6:30 and e n c e

7:00 p.m.

includes performing at a variety of events including the 2010 Pfizer Fantasia show at the Equine Affaire in Springfield, Mass., local rodeos, charity events, fairs, horse expos, local horse shows, gymkhanas, and of course, the Washington County Fair, where they have performed for several years The team has an all new routine that it will perform at this year’s fair.

Dubbed, “Riding through the Ages,” the team will perform its routine to music from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. The team will also introduce the Nipper Knolls Therapeutic Riding Program, which along with the team, is based out of Burchland Country Experience in Hartford. Check out the team’s Facebook page, The Adirondack Drill Team, for updates on upcoming events.

Goodale’s G


Guarding you against the unexpected is our business. Make sure you are getting the insurance protection you need at the price you deserve!

• Home • Auto • Life

• Disability • Farm • Business

~ Call us today to review your policies ~ 1549 State Route 67, Schaghticoke, NY 12154

518.753.4421 phone ~ 518.753.6952 fax


Home • Farm Commercial • Industrial


518-686-7378 37 Elm Street Hoosick Falls, NY

518-745-1570 475A Corinth Road Queensbury, NY

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 71

Home Improvement

Gallery, Inc. We can raise any structure while your foundation is constructed or repaired.

Don’t like the current location? Larmon Moves: Houses, Barns, Garages, Summer Homes, Historical Buildings.

Why Call Larmon?

Larmon House Movers has been in business for 127 years. Fully insured and family owned.

Get the Personal Touch YOU Need. Call Today For A Free Quote.

1-800-675-3820 72 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Carpet/Hardwood Vinyl Flooring Laminate • Roofing Vinyl Siding • Windows

10 Saratoga Avenue, So. Glens Falls, NY 12803

518-745-5097 Fax: 518-745-5099

More than a Fair Every year thousands of people flock to the Washington County Fair to revel in the joy and entertainment of fair week. It’s estimated upward of 100,000 people filter through the turnstiles every August. But there’s a lot more happening at the fairgrounds than just the fair itself. While no other single event can boast of such large crowds, the fairgrounds remain a busy place throughout the year. For seven months of the year, from April through October, the fairgrounds play host to a variety of notable events. The Washington County Antique Fair and Flea Market spends two weekends a year at the fairgrounds— the first weekends in May and August—and features more than 200 vendors from throughout the United States and Canada. Dealers sell a variety of rare antiques, hard to find collectibles and a myriad of crafts. And because the show is traditionally held a week before the Brimfield, Mass., antique show, there are many items that appear for sale for the first time.

The 2014 shows will be held on May 3 and 4 and Aug. 2 and 3 and feature vendors in both indoor and outdoor venues. Hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. There is also an “early buyer” pass, which gives guests access to the show during setup on Friday. To learn more visit Another popular event held each year at the fairgrounds is the TriState Antique Tractor Club’s Show. The club, which is an affiliate of the national antique tractor association and has members in New York, Vermont and Massachusetts, is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of old farm machinery. The show features a large display of antique tractors, stone boat pulls, equipment demonstrations, a parade, an auction and children’s activities. For the past four years the fairgrounds have hosted the Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival, a two-day celebration featuring more than 120 vendors from throughout the Northeast. The weekend includes workshops, demonstrations, live-

stock shows and much more. This year’s event will be held on Oct. 5 and 6. For more information, visit The local affiliate of the American Cancer Society has held its Bark for Life event at the fairgrounds for the past three years. This noncompetitive walk for dogs and their owners raises funds and awareness for the organization’s fight against cancer. The fairgrounds also host a number of smaller events by local groups and organizations. Horse, cow and rabbit shows, dog agility trials, livestock sales and other agricultural events are held there throughout the year. Local Scout groups and 4H clubs often hold events at the fairgrounds, and the Washington County Seniors held their annual picnic there last month. The grounds are also available for family reunions, wedding receptions, corporate events, fundraisers and other private events. To learn more about the events held at the fairgrounds or to inquire how you could hold your own event, visit

Check us out online at: 25 YEARS IN BUSINESS!

INSURANCE ESTIMATES Call for Convenient Appointment ALL WORK GUARANTEED! Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5:00 Saturday: by appointment only Turn off Route 29 • Corliss Ave. & John St. Ext., Greenwich


J&K Kontainers 10-Yard Containers ~ Reasonable Rates Household ~ Construction

Jerr y Squires & Karen Garnsey 42 County Route 53 Greenwich, NY 12834


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 73


A Family Feed Company

Buy locally - We use many local suppliers Stop by the farm for expert advice Fertilizers • Bird Seed • Grass Seed • Propane and much, much more 1 mile north of Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport 672 County Line Rd., Queensbury, NY (518) 793-5474

74 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Your 2013 Washington County Fair Program was published on behalf of the Washington County Fair by Manchester Newspapers 14 East Main St., Granville, NY 12832 518-642-1234

HOOSICK R E A LT Y • Terrilift Leach Field Rejuvenator • New Heavy Duty Plastic Tanks & Boxes Available • Leach Fields & Drywells Installed • Excavation • Competitive Prices • Commercial Snow Plowing Over 30 Years Experience References Proudly Given

Visit our display and Country Store at the Fair!

SPECIAL FAIR PRICING! Located next to the Antique Farm Museum and Middle Falls Fire Department.


LOCALLY OWNED BY THE RIEGER FAMILY FOR OVER 40 YEARS! We have all of your show supply needs, including show pants, exhibitor harnesses and Agway, Nutrena & Triple Crown Feeds.

199 Church Street Hoosick Falls, NY 12090

Ph (518) 686-5188 Fax (518) 686-4910 Wendy Larson Broker


Serving The Tri-County Area Affordable Prices • Trash Pick-Ups Clean Outs • Clean-Ups Roll-Off Containers Various Sizes Monthly Billing • Dependable Service


FIDDLER’S ELBOW GIFTS! TOTES, MUGS, FLOOR MATS & MORE! Arctic Cat • Stihl • Generac Shrubs • Trees • Flowers Perennials • Farm Toys Garden Accessories • Decorative Flags Jct. Rts. 29 & 40 S., Greenwich, NY (518) 692-1015 E-mail: Mon.-Fri. 7-5:30, Sat. 8-5, Sun. 9-5

Set up Auto-Pay, get 2 FREE MONTHS!

20 YEARS EXPERIENCE Hudson Falls New York


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 75

The Federation of Sportsmen building is located at C1 on the map. See pages 44-45

WAshingtOn COUnty FeDerAtiOn OF sPOrtsMen’s CLUBs

The Federation of Sportsmen’s Club will have many assorted demonstrations throughout the week of the Fair. SOME OF THEM WILL BE: Try your

• Howard Romack - will have a butterly display. He will answer all of your butterly questions.

*Seniors: Free daily drawing for bird houses at the Federation table. Come tell us why you would like a birdhouse. While supplies last. * Free Youth Fishing Pole give a ways daily. * Live Birds of Prey on display daily

76 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

luck at our Archery Booth!

Check out our new Laser Shoot Booth!

Stephens CJD to sponsor Rammunition One of the most feared monster trucks in the country is coming to the Washington County Fair. The Rammunition, sister of six-time “Truck of the Year,” the Raminator, will be on disWhere: Memory Lane play at the fair for the first When: Friday - Sunday, time, sponsored by Stephens All Day Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Greenwich. There are trucks, and then there is the Raminator. The 5-ton 2013 Ram Heavy Duty features a 565 cubic inch Super-Charged Hemi engine that cranks out 2,000 horsepower and 66 inch tires. Hall Brothers Racing debuted the original Raminator in January 2002, and it was named Truck of the Year after winning four of seven Pro Monster Truck series races. The truck went on to win titles in each of the next four years, a stretch

of dominance matched only by Team Big Foot’s four straight Penda Series Championships. Since that time, Tim and Mark Hall, owners of the Raminator, have added Rammunition, which wasted no time in establishing itself as one of the most feared opponents in monster truck racing. The Ramnunition is driven by Geremie Dishman. The car will be on display on Memory Lane Friday through Sunday and will perform a car-crushing exposition before Sunday’s Demolition Derby.

R. COHEN RECYCLING INC. Serving The Glens Falls Area For Over 80 Years.

Deal Locally!

Container Service Buying All Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metals Buying Appliances

Member Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc.


38 Geer Street Glens Falls, NY NYS-DMV FAC#7115063

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 77

Fair hosts baking contest Baking contests sponsored by national companies are usually only held at major state fairs, but the Washington County Fair is one of the rare county fairs that can boast of a contest sponsored by the King Arthur Flour Company. The event was brought to the fair by Mike Bittel, the King Arthur Flour Senior Vice

President/General Manager who lives in Washington County, and who lobbied for a local version of the national baking competitions. Bittel will be one of the judges at this year’s event. This year, adult contestants will compete to make their favorite scone, sweet or savory recipe.

Celebrating 125 years... one local customer at a time!





Saturday, Sept 21, 2013 • 9AM-4PM Email for your application:

518-792-5217 126 River Street Hudson Falls New York 12839


• Serving HomeCooked Meals • Take-out Available • Locally Owned and Operated • Gift Certificates Available Check Out Our


Rt. 4, between Hudson Falls & Kingsbury


Amusements of America is proud to be a part of the 2013 Washington County Fair.

Thank you Washington County! 78 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Adult contestants must be 19 years or older as of Jan. 1, 2013. The Youth contestants will be making their favorite oatmeal cookie. Youth should be between the ages of 10 and 18 as of Jan. 1, 2013. All contestants will use King Arthur Flour to create their baked goods. “King Arthur Flour has been very generous,” said Chrys Nestle of Washington County Cornell Cooperative

TUESDAY 7:00 PM: New Merchandise FRIDAY 7:00 PM: General Merchandise & Antiques SATURDAY 7:00 PM: Small Animals & Farm Items

SPONSORS OF THE BIG RIG TRUCK PULL! NYS & Fed. Posted Livestock Yard NYS Pet Dealers Lic.#411534

Henry J. Moak & Family - Owners • Auctioneer - Henry J. Moak

Town & Country Auction Bacon Hill, Schuylerville, NY • 695-6663

Extension. She noted that the company donates prizes and a two-pound bag of flour for every entrant. Judging will take place on Wednesday, August 21 at 9 a.m. at the Washington County Fair Youth Building #26. Entries and the winners will be on display in the Youth Building during the week Note: Entries are closed for this event.

•Real Estate •Traffic & DWI •Personal Injury •Workers’ Comp 74 Broad Street Schuylerville, NY


•Family / Matrimonial •Wills / Estates / Trusts •Social Security Disability •Admitted in Florida 225 Kingsley Road Burnt Hills, NY


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 79




Sales & Service • Tractors • Equipment

Barbara L. & Bob Liebig, Sr.


FAX 518-632-5159

Junction of Routes 22 & 149, Granville, NY


Giffords TEMCO 136 Kardas Road Valley Falls, NY 12185

(518) 753-6207 Hours: M-F 8-5, Sat 8-3 Mowers • Rakes • Bale Spears Back Blades • Replacement Parts & Supplies For Agricultural Equipment Interstate Batteries • Kendall Oil All Types Of Repairs & Welding Also Hay And Straw 80 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

The Genuine. The Original. OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF GLENS FALLS, INC. 1584 Route 9, Saratoga Ave., Fort Edward, NY


Fair rewards local scholars

The Washington County Fair, Inc. is pleased to announce that (4) four $500.00 scholarships will be given for the 2013 – 2014 school year. Eligible applicants are those students who have been, or are currently active in the fair, and who will be students at an accredited institution of higher learning during the 2012 – 2013 term. The scholarship program was established as an extension of the educational

purpose of the Washington County Fair. This scholarship is issued directly to the recipient. The recipients of the 2012 – 2013 scholarships were: Randy Kelly of Hudson Falls Brittany Perry of Hampton Jason Tucker of Hudson Falls Taylor Johnson of Buskirk The deadline has passed for the 2013 –

NOBLE “Your Hometown Hardware Store.” 40 E. Main Street Cambridge, NY


Open Monday-Friday 7AM-8PM, Saturday 7AM-7PM, Sunday 8AM-5PM


2014 scholarships. The deadline is always August 1st. This year’s recipients will be announced at the Fair on Wednesday, August 22 at 7:50 pm right before the Adult Farmer Olympics in the Judging Arena Tent. However, for the future, you may obtain the application at area high school guidance offices, the 4-H Office, the Fair Office & on our web site at .


Come visit us at our Fair Exhibit on the corner of County & Milky Way. “Ask any critter at the Fair...for the bulk of your business - our name says it all!” Greenwich State Rte. 67, North Bennington, VT

802-442-2851 or 1-800-521-2705 Store Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7 am - 5:30 pm, Sat. 7 am - 5 pm, Sun. 9 am - 2 pm

Quality Hardware & Lumber 3039 State Route 4 Hudson Falls, NY 12839

518-747-6344 Mon-Fri 7AM-7PM Saturday 8AM-6PM Sunday 9AM-5PM YARD CLOSES 1 HOUR EARLIER


• Quality Lumber (Framing & Treated) • Plywood & Underlayment • Finish Pine: Cut & Milled in the Adirondacks • Molding • Wood Siding & Flooring • Paneling • Sheet Rock • JM Insulation • Dow Blue Board • Tuff R • Azek Decking & Railing • And much much more!

Proudly Serving Washington, Warren & Saratoga Counties

Installing a New Gas Furnace or Boiler? AMERIGAS CAN HELP YOU AND YOUR CONTRACTOR!

4 Commerce Park Drive, Gansevoort, NY

(518) 581-0158 Like us on Facebook

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 81

Dealer #7098982

A+ Rating

7583 Rte 22 Granville-Hebron Line, 5 miles South of Granville



Have a great time!

Starting at $695 LABOR RATE: $5995 PER HR

The Washington County Republican Committee welcomes you to the Fair.

Flat Rate & Hourly

MON - FRI 8:30 - 5:00

“I stand behind all sales & repairs!” Always a nice collection of Classics.


Stop by to visit our booth in the Commercial Building


1854 NY Route 40, Schaghticoke, NY Just North of the Schaghticoke Fairgrounds

Lumber & Building Materials • • • • • •

Pittsburgh Paints Marvin Integrity Windows ADS Drainage Systems Cabot Stains Hitachi Tools Myers Water Systems

Phone: 753•4266 Fax: 753•6922 82 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Providing Sales, Service, & Parts for Agriculture and Construction

CAPITAL TRACTOR, INC. 1135 St Rte 29, Greenwich, NY 12834 Office 518-692-9611 Fax 518-692-2210

Monday-Friday 7:30-5:00, Saturday 7:30-12:00 TRACTORS

winter Storage at the Fairgrounds First Come First Served

Winter storage is available for cars, boats, trucks, campers, motorhomes, antique cars, etc.

Drop off will be during Oct. 21-26 and Oct. 28-Nov. 1 (or until filled) Enclosed Building Storage: $11 per lin. ft.• Pole Barn Storage: $9 per lin. ft. For more information call 518-692-2464

Robert M. Winn AT T O R N E Y AT L A W

Licensed to practice in the states of New York and Vermont

13 North Street Granville, New York 12832 cell: (518) 788-2953 fax: (518) 677-1144 e-mail:


The North Country Insurance Agency (518) 692-9601 101 Main Street, Greenwich, NY 12834

Schuylerville Insurance Agency (518)695-4665 144 Broad Street, Schuylerville, NY 12871


Rugged • Hardworking • Reliable

Please give us a call and we will arrange to have an agent review your insurance needs and quote you a price.

Insurance Company 518-639-5223 • 800-480-5223 Gift Cards Available Mon-Fri 7:30-5:30 • Sat 8-5:30 • Sun 9-4 5565 State Route 4 • Fort Ann, NY

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 83

Locust Grove Smokehouse A GREAT SELECTION OF FRESH & SMOKED MEATS, HAMS, BACON, STEAKS, JERKY AND MORE! Call for Fall Processing, Beef $1.00 lb. • Pork $1.55 lb. hanging weight covers everything Rt 40, Argyle NY 12809 • 518-638-8591

Bill and Shannon Duell, Owners

• Fabric, Patterns & Notions, Kits • Clubs, Classes & BOMs • Long Arm Quilting Service • Sewing Machine Repair Service 21 Cooper St., Glens Falls, NY 12801 Hours: Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4 84 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program


DEMOLITION DERBY Sunday, August 25th at 3 p.m. THE

STOVERY stoves • fireplaces • inserts


1169 State Route 29, Greenwich, NY

518-531-4191 Carpet • Vinyl • Tile Natural Stone • Remnants Laminates • Hardwood


The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 85

Washington County Cheese Tour



Lumber & Lumber Packages for Cabins, Garages, Houses, Camps, Barns, Saunas, Sheds, Etc. Check out our website lots of pictures, plus map!

ART EXHIBIT” Jenna Woginrich Speaker ~ 2-4pm

September 7, 2013

Dick Walker Sawmill, Etc.

McCartee’s Barn

Evergreen Road, Fair Haven, VT 05743 Phone & Fax (802) 273-2077

“In the House”

Barn Open weekends In the House Open everyday but Monday

23 East Broadway Salem, NY 518-854-3857

Bill and Sue Clary Proprietors

Get that “family” feeling at McCann’s!

L to R: Michael Gleason, Jason McCann RPH, Bill Collins, Rich McCann RPH, Sheri Francato, Bob Blackburn RPH, Kathleen McCann, Matt McCann, Brian McCann

• Indoor Go-Karts • Outdoor Go-Karts • Bumper Cars • 3-Story Lazer Tag

• Arcade • Bounce House • Indoor Paintball Range • Rock Climbing Wall

“Continuing to serve your prescription and health needs since 1896” Open Monday - Friday 9 am - 9 pm Saturday 9 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 am - 1 pm

166 Main Street, On The Park, Hudson Falls, NY 12839

747-4732 • FAX 747-6667 FREE DELIVERY In Hudson Falls, Glens Falls, Ft Edward, Queensbury & South Glens Falls

86 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

Buy One Single Activity

GET 2ND HALF OFF! Queensbury • (518) 798-7860

• Birthday Parties • Fundraising • Teambuilding

Just South of Exit 20 Off of I-87 (Northway) 1079 Route 9 Queensbury, NY (518) 798-7860

BICYCLE GIVEAWAY THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 3 P.M. & 8 P.M. At The Stage Tent “A good place to take a leak”


(518) 798-1788 or (800) 244-1788

Don’t Replace Your Gas Tank...RENU IT!


CHARGE AIR COOLERS Heavy Duty Industrial Radiators New Radiators & Heaters • Auto Air Conditioning New Gas Tanks • Water Pumps

RELIABLE CLEANING PRODUCTS & WAXES Spray Cleaners • Degreasers • Hand Cleaners • Detailing Supplies


12 Acre Gettysburg Maze, Punches to find, Text for Trivia, Bridges, Clues, Mini Maze & Play Area Livestock Barn & Wagon Rides All Natural Beef • Maple Syrup Admission $10 Adults • $8 Kids! Open 10-5 - Closed Tuesdays Moonlight Madness Every Saturday 5-9 pm 741 Prospect Hill Road, Rutland VT • 802.775.2624

Life Looks Good From Here

Aug. 28 – Sept. 2, 2013 LABOR DAY WEEKEND

the 194th

69 Stillwater Bridge Road Schaghticoke, NY 12154 (518) 753-4411

Who’s Your SOUPER Hero? Food drive to kick off the Schaghticoke Fair begins the week before the fair opens! Look for details on food drive, coupons towards gate admission, costume contests, special entries and more! GENERAL FAIR ADMISSION: Wednesday $5.00 • Thursday - Monday $11.00 Thursday, Seniors 62 & older, sponsored by Today’s Options pay $5.00 admission Kids 13 & under FREE • No charge for parking

Discover Riding Re-invented.

REITHOFFER MIDWAY: Unlimited Rides, Wednesday - Friday, $20.00 (does not include admission) Unlimited Rides, Saturday - Monday, $21.00 (does not include admission) Advance Sale Tickets available at

through midnight Aug. 27th • Adult admission $9.00* (good Thursday - Monday)

Unlimited Rides Ticket $17.00* (good any one day, does not include admission)

Free ShowS and entertainment! Free on the GroundS...

Elephant Encounter • Buffalo Barfield • Dragon Scales & Faerie Tales • Galaxy Girl • Family Fun Fair • Gary the Silent Clown The Enchanted Wagon • Radio Disney • Rising Stars Talent Competition • Senior’s Show • Senior Expo Area (Thursday Only) Hill Country Cloggers • Barnyard Sing-A-Long • Wildlife Demonstrations • Sage City 6 (Dixieland Band) Hooville Homebrew (A Funk Fun Band) • Michael Blaine, Master Hypnotist (Friday Only) • J. Collins (Nashville Country Rock) Joey Pucci & The American Longboards (Drum Driven Surf Music) • Drew Polsun & The Fascinations (Elvis Tribute) Carmine Dio (Country Rocker) • Hotel California (Eagles Tribute) • Chelsea Cavanaugh (Capital Region’s Rising Country Star) Chris Janson (Nashville Country Artist) • Fireworks by Alonzo, sponsored by Quick Response Restoration

le Schedu Call to mo Ride! your De

FREE GRANDSTAND SHOWS Pickup Truck Pulls • Farm Tractor Pulls • Sanctioned NYTPA Tractor Pulls • Double M Rodeo FMX-US Freestyle Motocross Championship Series • Specialty Heat Demolition Derby • Stoney Robert’s Demolition Derby

FREE HORSE SHOWS 4-H Horse Shows • Open English Horse & Pony Show • Hunter Jumper Horse Show Gymkhana • Open Western Horse & Pony Show

Griff’s Pizza

The 2013 Washington County Fair Program - 87



DMV 7097487

anage our impact on the environment. ffectively observe Environmental requirements and strive for compliance. horoughly consider conservation of natural resources. ctively seek the prevention of pollution.

Full Scale Demolition ANYTIME, ANYWHERE!





earn about our environment and ways to protect it.

Roll Off Container Service & Payment Considerably Above the Rest!

Outside Cleanouts Available ANY TIME - ANYWHERE




88 - The 2013 Washington County Fair Program

2013 washington county fair.pdf-web  
2013 washington county fair.pdf-web