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Welcome to the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede! There’s plenty to see and do at this year’s Kitsap County Fair & Stampede The fair, which takes place August 2226, features daily shows, carnival rides, a rodeo and even a demolition derby. The annual event takes place to educate, entertain and create a better quality of life in Kitsap and the surrounding areas, according to its website. Along with all the entertainment offered, the fair exists to teach children historical lessons and consumers more about where their agricultural products come from. The fair’s first big event takes place August 22 at 6:30 p.m. when the Xtreme Bulls Rodeo kicks things off at the Thunderbird Arena. On Thursday-Saturday, the arena will host a PRCA pro rodeo that features eight events over the three nights. Saturday night is Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night, where attendees are encouraged to wear pink and all proceeds are donated to a local breast cancer non-profit. Rodeo events start each evening at about 6:30 p.m.

pop and rock songs from the 70s and 80s. On Thursday, Soul Siren will take the stage. Playing everything from funk and soul to rock and pop, there’s sure to be something for everyone. Country artist Jessie Leigh will be the featured artist on Friday night. Leigh has opened for a number of major acts, including Kenny Chesney and Craig Campbell. The main show on Saturday will be performed by Dakota Poorman, a singersongwriter from the Pacific Northwest who plays songs about drinking beer, having a good time and slow-dancing the night away. Daily entertainment includes carnival rides provided by Davis Amusements near Gordon Field, as well as a kiddie carnival near the West Hills Auto Plex Center Stage. According to the fair, more than 100 acts will perform across four stages, and they include local performers as well as world-class acts. Be on the lookout for hypnotists, cowboy ropers, magicians, tap dancers and more.

Music is another big attraction for the fair, and this year is no different.

Also running daily are animal shows, which begin each day at 10 a.m. in the arenas. At the Pet-Me-Barn, children will have the chance to interact with animals such as chicks, bunnies and even a miniature donkey.

At 9 p.m. each night, a different act is featured. On Wednesday, the Bootlegs will play some music on the Cowboy Corral Stage. The band covers classic

Sunday’s big event is the Destruction Derby, which takes place at 1 p.m. in the Thunderbird Arena. Come see fullcontact car racing at its best.

The carnival opens at noon each day. File photo


The first Kitsap County Fair took place in 1923 in Port Orchard, about 15 miles from the current fairgrounds. By 1929, the fair featured more than 1,000 exhibitors. Today, that has grown to more than 6,000, and 80,000 people visit the fair each year. In 1958, the fair moved to Bremerton. In 1960, the fair began raising funds for the Thunderbird Arena, which held 12,000 people when completed. Today, the arena features covered grandstands and seats about 5,000.

The Kitsap County Fair & Stampede is a fun-filled week-long event to enjoy with family and friends at home and out of town. Celebrate one the most popular county fair’s in WA State. Visit our website for a wide-range of places to stay!


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Fair information and schedule of events FAIR HOURS Wednesday-Saturday, August 22-25: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday, August 26: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Carnival rides open at noon. ADMISSIONS Wednesday-Saturday, August 22-25: $10 Seniors (60+) and youth (6-12): $7 Children 5 and under: Free Parking: $6 Sunday, August 26: $7 for all ages SPECIALS Wednesday: $2 for seniors and youths. Thursday: $5 for military (active, retired and dependents) Friday: Pepsi Day, $1 until 1 p.m. Sunday: Family Day, $7

The Kiddie Carnival is located next to the West Hills Auto Plex Center Stage. File photo

Sunday: Kitsap Destruction Derby at 1 p.m.

DAILY SHOWS ON WEST HILLS AUTO PLEX STAGE Rhys Thomas Jugglemania Wednesday-Saturday: Noon, 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m. Sunday: 2 p.m. Karen Quest Cowgirl Tricks Wednesday-Thursday and Sunday: 1:15 p.m. Trevor and Lorena Comedy Magic Wednesday-Saturday: 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday: 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.

EVENTS Wednesday: Xtreme Bulls Rodeo at 6:30 p.m.

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Line dancing team to perform nightly Borderline PNW Country Dance Team set to step up at the fair By LUCIANO MARANO Bainbridge Island Review

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was first called round and square dancing and eventually line dancing. Others will say it was the cowboys on the ragged edge of the western frontier who morphed those traditional European styles into what we know today. Still others will say it was born when schools began to include folk dancing in their physical education programs. Many believe that American servicemen returning home from World War I influenced the spread of the Americanized style after being introduced to actual European folk dances while abroad. Whatever the toe-tapping truth of the matter, the ladies of the Borderline PNW Country Dance Team just say it’s fun. “The origination of line dancing, it’s up in the air,” said Lindsay Stamp, Borderline co-founder and spokeswoman. “I think really what it comes down to about any kind of dance, it comes from a lot of different places, but it’s definitely not a strictly country thing.” Borderline’s set list of course includes classic country hits by Garth Brooks,

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we’re just going to try to get the crowd amped up before getting into the rodeo so they can have a good time.” There are actually several line dance groups in Washington, Stamp said, hers being perhaps the youngest on the scene. “I didn’t know that until I did a little more research into it,” Stamp said. “I’ve been line dancing since I was 19, and McCloud’s Grill House … where we do our lessons is where a lot of us will gather to dance almost every Friday, Saturday night and [we wanted] to bring it out of that club/bar setting and share it with everybody – really get it out there. “Dancing is something that’s so much fun,” she added. “It’s good for your health. It’s good for your brain. It’s good for everything.” Visit www.facebook.com/pg/ BorderlineDanceTeam to learn more.

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Professional rodeo comes to Kitsap

Come out and see some of the top professional rodeo riders as they compete nightly in the Thunderbird Arena.

At 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, a onenight-only event called Xtreme Bulls will feature some of the top bull riders in the nation as they compete for a $10,000 purse and a chance to earn points toward the final Xtreme Bulls competition. The Xtreme Bulls tour showcases some of PRCA’s top bulls, and some of the riders are a part of the PRCA World Standings. In the Xtreme Bulls events, each

from Thursday-Saturday. Here’s a list of some of the events that will take place.

BAREBACK RIDING Each rider climbs on a horse in the bucking shoot. When the rider is ready, the gate opens and the horse races out. The rider tries to stay on the horse for eight seconds without touching it with his free hand. Riders are scored on a scale of 0-50, as are the horses. Scores in the 80s are good, while scores in the 90s are outstanding.

STEER WRESTLING Xtreme Bulls takes place Wednesday at Thunderbird Arena. File photo

rider competes in the first round. Top performers go to the next round. The winner has the best average of both rounds. Earnings for this event count

toward qualifying for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. After the bulls are put away, the PRCA Rodeo takes place at 6:30 p.m.

The horse and rider wait until the steer runs out of the chute. After that, they chase the animal until the rider jumps off his horse in an attempt to wrestle the steer to the ground. Professional times are typically in the 3-to-10-second range, and the steers weigh between 450-650 pounds. See RODEO, Page 7

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Continued from page 6 TEAM ROPING Two riders work together to rope a steer by both the head and heel in the shortest amount of time. It’s the only rodeo event where men and women compete against each other in both single-gender and mixed-gender teams.

SADDLE BRONC RIDING Similar to bareback riding, this event lets the rider use a saddle.

TIE-DOWN ROPING A rider attempts to throw a loop around a calf’s neck, dismount from the horse and restrain the animal by tying three legs together in the shortest amount of time possible.

BARREL RACING The horse and rider do a cloverleaf pattern around barrels. Primarily an event for women, it combines the horse’s athletic abilities with the horsemanship of the rider.

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Rodeo Royalty: Olympic High Schooler is 2018 Miss Kitsap Fair & Stampede By LUCIANO MARANO Bainbridge Island Review

Varona Washburn and Payton BurlingameAvery are this year’s rodeo royalty. File photo

This ain’t no mere beauty contest, buckaroo. Poulsbo’s Vanora Washburn, 17, daughter of Doug and Kim Washburn, rose head and shoulders – and a big ol’ cowgirl hat – above the competition to be named the 2018 Miss Kitsap Fair & Stampede. “Becoming Miss Kitsap Fair & Stampede has been one of the most amazing experiences of my life,” Vanora said. “Between the friends I have made, the places I have traveled, the experiences I have had and the amazing Queen Board I have gotten to work with … this year has been a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.” Miss Kitsap Fair & Stampede is the yearly official ambassador for the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede, promoting Western heritage and the

sport of rodeo in the surrounding communities. Under the help and guidance of Matt Olson Training, Vanora is able to compete primarily in the American Quarter Horse Association, doing some of her favorite events such as ranch riding, reining, showmanship, barrel racing and the working cow horse. She also competes in local Washington State Horseman shows and junior rodeos. She will be a senior at Olympic High School this fall and, after graduation, said she plans to major in political science and then further her education and attend law school. Her career ambition is to become a public interest lawyer. Vanora said that as a role model and mentor she hopes to encourage other girls to pursue their dreams while promoting and representing the

Kitsap County Fair & Stampede, the sport of rodeo and “the Western way of life.” Vanora is not alone, however, in repping the rodeo this year. Payton Burlingame-Avery, 7 years old, was chosen as the 2018 Miss Katie Kitsap in October 2017. As Miss Katie Kitsap, Payton has gained hands-on experience by shadowing her elder counterpart as they promote the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede and the sport of rodeo, event officials said. Payton’s favorite color is blue. When she grows up, she reportedly wants to be a professional barrel racer. Also, she would like to own a farm where she can teach kids about animals and farm life. To learn more about Vanora and Payton, visit www.spf.kitsapgov.com/ parks/Pages/FairRoyalty.aspx.

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Crash, bang, smash ‘em up 21 questions with a derby driver The always popular Kitsap Destruction Derby will return as part of this year’s Kitsap County Fair & Stampede at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 26. We caught up with destruction derby driver Dan Pieze for 21 questions about derby racing before the fair’s famous fender-bender extravaganza. Pieze, a member of the Kitsap Destruction Derby Association, is a regular racer at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds. The fair derby is the last one before the season finale for the racers on Sept. 15, and the August show is their chance to introduce the sport to others, Pieze said. “We try to give the crowd a little bit of everything we do.”

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Q: Is it hard to get car insurance as a derby driver? Does your insurance guy give you grief about the number of crashes you’ve been in? A: It hasn’t been. I’ve carried only two different insurance agents in my whole career of driving. They don’t give me any grief at all … they actually go and watch the races. I’m actually a very safe driver. Q: Is the Malachi Crunch a real thing? A: No, I’ve never heard of that. Dan Pieze’s car competes at a previous destruction derby. File photo

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There’s plenty on music at this year’s fair Rootin’-tootin’ toetapping tunes on tap at the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede By LUCIANO MARANO Bainbridge Island Review

A slew of song-slinging desperadoes are set to share the stage at this year’s Kitsap County Fair & Stampede. A herd of genres, styles and tones will be available to tune-seeking audiences, some daily and some special one-time-only performances, including appearances by The Bootlegs, Soul Siren, Jessie Leigh, Dakota Poorman and more. You will receive a free program at all gate entrances that will have all the information you and your family need to get the most out of your fair experience. Included in the program is a map of the fairgrounds stages and schedule of all free entertainment, which is going on throughout the fairgrounds on four stages host-

ing 101 acts.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22 9-11:30 p.m.: The Bootlegs at Cowboy Corral Stage The Bootlegs are a band of highly skilled musicians with decades of experience in the music industry. Those of certain age will remember the “bootleg” records or tapes recorded from concerts in the ’70s and ’80s, and The Bootlegs show delivers the “live” experience from those iconic rock and pop concerts. The Bootlegs experience brings the audience to their feet and to the dance floor with jaw dropping renditions of hits and rarely heard versions featuring the likes of artists such as Van Halen, Pink Floyd, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, AC/DC, The Eagles, Steely Dan, Electric Light Orchestra, Montrose, The Cars, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, as well as Don Henley, Duran Duran, John Cougar and Huey Lewis & the News.

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Lumberjack show echoes Kitsap’s logging past By BOB SMITH

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When a four-man team of tree climbers starts crawling up tall poles during this year’s lumberjack show at the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede, their performances will echo sounds of this forested peninsula’s past life. This crew of performers — part of the Vancouver Island-based West Coast Lumberjack Show — will perform four times daily at the fairgrounds Aug. 22-26 in front of folks who may have a hankering for a step back to those days when loggers used brawn and their working lifetime of knowledge in the forest to harvest trees. The four lumberjacks hail from regions you might expect — the hinterlands of Vancouver Island, Montana and northern Ontario. While the affinity to local lumberjack history is a draw for visitors, the show’s owner, Darren Dean, said others come with an inkling that there just might be a chance to witness a jack’s misstep while shimmying up a pole, or see an axe land on a foot or hand instead of a log.

“It’s one of those things that people come to see, thinking there might be a chance for an accident,” Dean said before laughing. “But we very rarely have any major accidents. Everyone competes, and they are professionals. “Accidents are rare, however. If the average person went to try to do it themselves, it could come out differently,” he quipped. Despite the lure of danger, the lumberjack shows are, in fact, family friendly. Dean said plenty of humor has been incorporated into the performances “to keep everyone entertained.” “It’s not just a bunch of guys swinging axes,” he said. “There’s a fun side, as well.” Lumberjacks of years past would have at their ready sharp-bladed axes to cut trees for a burgeoning Pacific Northwest. These strong-armed men used muscle power to down stretches of forest into timber, which would later be shaped into lumber used for buildings, homes and seagoing ships. They did it without the benefit of mechanized chain saws and other modern innovations that made the task of logging safer, faster and easier. Today, logging is

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performed in assembly-line fashion, with mobile cranes and tree cutters, hoists and automated tree strippers. Those lumberjacks of yore enjoyed their downtime, though, and on occasion challenged each other to a race to the top of a tree, a session of log rolling on the lake, or see who was the most accurate axe thrower. The tradition continues today, although competition is now an organized affair for the benefit of audiences throughout Canada and the U.S. Dean, who said he is the “do-everything guy” for the show, is on the road with his four-man crew for up to six months a year. This is their first year at the Kitsap County Fair, although he said they have made a few appearances in previous years in nearby Port Gamble. The West Coast Lumberjack Show’s scheduled fair appearances will be posted on the Kitsap County Fair website (www. kitsapgov.com/parks/Pages/FairMain) and on readerboards on the fairgrounds.

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Sheriff K-9 unit to perform demonstrations By TYLER SHUEY Kitsap News Group

BREMERTON — The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Department will be hosting a K-9 show at the Kitsap County Fair from Aug. 22-26. The demonstrations will be held every day of the fair at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. behind Presidents’ Hall of the Kitsap County Fairgrounds. The mission of the K-9 Unit is to locate suspects and evidence at or near crime scenes and to provide protection and backup for officers when possible and practical. They also participate in public education and demonstrations. The unit consists of two tracking/protection dogs. The K-9 handlers and their partners undergo an exhaustive training regimen upon entrance to the program, and continue to train on a weekly basis to maintain a high level of proficiency. “It’s one of those things that have evolved into a tradition,” Deputy Scott Wilson said. “Not long after the K-9 program was established, we thought this would be a great idea to put on demonstra-

K-9 deputies Titan and Heiko will perform at the fair this year. Submitted photo

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4-H exhibits showcased at Kitsap County Fair By ZACH JABLONSKI Port Orchard Independent

BREMERTON — The Kitsap 4-H Club is preparing for the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede, where its members will have the opportunity to exhibit skills they have learned throughout the year. The Kitsap County Fair & Stampede, which will take place August 22-26, affords new opportunities each day for the 4-H members to participate. The 4-H program is a national organization that promotes youth development and community. They currently have nearly 6 million members nationwide, with over 500,000 adult volunteers and staff to support the members, according to the 4-H’s website. Kitsap 4-H is a partnership between Kitsap County, Washington State University, community members, volunteers and the members, all sharing the same goal of broadening the experiences of 4-Hers. Fairgoers will have the opportunity to experience what 4-H truly does. At the fair, members will exhibit livestock, demonstrate horseback riding, pho-

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Harrison Medical Center gifts fair tickets to all of its employees By TYLER SHUEY Kitsap News Group

BREMERTON — For the upcoming Kitsap County Fair held Aug. 22-26, CHI Franciscan Health will provide all Harrison Medical Center employees of Silverdale and Bremerton four tickets each to honor and recognize the hard work they provide every day. This will be the third year tickets will be provided to all Harrison Medical Center employees. The total number of employees is roughly 1,800. Each employee is provided four tickets for family to come along with them. There will be a Franciscan tent/booth just outside the main entrance of the fair where employees will pick up their tickets. New this year will be a gathering area

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