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Skagit County Fair August 7th-10th (Weds-Sat) TICKETS-

Wednesday & Thursday all admission is $7!! 5 years old & under are FREE


Ewe Must Be Mistakin’.............................. 3 Main Stage Schedule................................. 4 Music at the Fair!....................................... 5 Community Stage Schedule...................... 6 Entry Times & Animal Judging.................. 8 Horse Arena Schedule..... 9 4-H & FFA.............. 10-11

Friday & Saturday

Adults (18-64): $10 Youth (6-17) & Senior Citizens (62+): $8 Family (2 youth & 2 adults): $25 5 years old & under are FREE

Family & Roving Entertainment............... 12 Fair Map.................................................. 13 Sideshow Stage....................................... 14 Daily Fun Zone & Kid Zone..................... 15 Butterfly Encounter.................................. 16 Museum of Curious Things...................... 17 Passport to WIN!..................................... 17 Fair Events & Activities....................... 18-21 Fair Master Schedule............................... 22 Fair Food & The Cantina......................... 23

Advance tickets: $6

See Fair website for advance details

CARNIVAL one day wristbands Onsite: $30 Advance: $25


Ewe Must Be Mistakin’

n an era wrought with perpetual political divisiveness, the 2019 Fair will provide the perfect venue for luring the folks from the Skagit hinterlands to intermix Parking Available for $5 at the with the herds of stiff-collared urbanites dwelling the heartlands. Fairs have a long South Gate at the Fairgrounds history of bringing people together –a chance for farmers to cast off from their rural Fair Location, Times & farmsteads towards town to unify with the inner community. Fairs provided the Contact Information: opportunity for a slice of the flavors of farm life to interface with those “townies” 479 W. Tay lor St. (South Gate), dependent on the fruits of farm labor—the treasured takes of the tillers’ toils. Our Mount Vernon, WA 98273 farmers are essential for much of the food that crosses our tables and the Fair The Skagit County Fair runs August provides a celebratory exhibition to get an up-close look at the hooved critters and 7-10. Gates open at 10:00 a.m. and valued crops that adorn our local Skagit Valley farmlands. close at 10:00 p.m. Peter Bacho, a famed writer and college professor I had more than thirty years ago once said that “a full understanding of the dynamics of culture and complexities Phone: 360-416-1350 isn’t easily understood until you stand with the people you are attempting to know.” Although we can’t all stand in the farmers boots in their preferred habitat, the Fair Carnival Hours: provides a venue for the farms to come to us in one little self-contained venue. Noon – 11:00 p.m. Come August 7, the fairground barns will be chock full of 4-H and FFA students, Closing times may change due to weather most who grew up on farms and are on loan to answer your husbandry questions. and crowds. We want to extend a big thanks to Brian Last year I talked to a sheep farmer who was intimately knowledgeable of his flock and before exiting the barn I took time to pry some pastoral knowledge from him. Young for his work on the cover art of Jack pulled on his suspenders and adjusted the straw from the left side of his jaw to this program, the Fair website, poster and many other Fair promotional items. the right as he looked up at the barn rafters, reflecting on the deep understanding His creative skills have been a real key to he had developed with one of his ewes. A ram pranced across the arena floor as Jack explained how sheep are hierarchical structured creatures and how, after our success, so thanks, Brian! establishing himself as the flock’s charismatic shepherd, the sheep would follow him Editorial: Oralie Chapman, Aric Gaither, to the edge of the earth and back. The bond he had with his animal provided me a Mason Meeker firsthand look at the intricate complexities of farmstead life. The Fair provides a venue to put aside all of our preconceived notions-- to find on our commonalities rather than waddle in our differences. The cross pollination of our farming folk and city dwellers dissolves our disparities and brings us together in one big happy place. Come August 7, the Skagit Fairgrounds will be a Skagit County melting pot. Join us for some shear entertainment at the 2019 1215 Anderson Road, Mount Vernon, WA 98274 Skagit Fair! After all, ewe make the fair! Advertising: 360.416.2180 • Brian Adams Restocking: 360.416.2165 © Skagit Publishing 2019 | All rights reserved. Director Skagit County Parks & Recreation See Fair website for advance details



Prozac MTN Boys

Main Stage Entertainment Wednesday, August 7th

Wren & Della Circus Variety

11:00 a.m. Prozac MTN Boys 12:45 p.m. Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena 1:45 p.m. Sunday Speedtrap 2:45 p.m. Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena 3:45 p.m. KAPS/KBRC Diaper Derby 4:45 p.m. Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist 6:00 p.m. Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena 7:00 p.m. Polecat 8:30 p.m. Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist

Thursday, August 8th

Skagit Swings All-Star Big Band

Chris Eger

11:30 a.m. Wren and Della Circus Variety 12:15 p.m. Sunday Speedtrap 1:15 p.m. Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena 2:15 p.m. Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist 3:30 p.m. Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena 4:30 p.m. Cheer at the Fair 5:30 p.m. Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena 6:30 p.m. Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist 8:00 p.m. Sky Colony

Friday, August 9th

11:30 a.m. Skagit Swings All-Star Big Band 12:45 p.m. Sunday Speedtrap 1:45 p.m. Wren and Della Circus Variety 2:30 p.m. Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist 3:45 p.m. Chris Eger 5:00 p.m. Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist 6:15 p.m. Marlin James Band 8:15 p.m. Mid-Life Crisis

Saturday, August 10th

11:00 a.m. Sunday Speedtrap 12:00 p.m. Sterling-More Than Magic 1:00 p.m. Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist 2:15 p.m. Knut Bell 3:30 p.m. Sterling-More Than Magic 4:30 p.m. Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist 5:45 p.m. Knut Bell & The Blue Collars 7:30 p.m. Sterling-More Than Magic 8:30 p.m. Latino Band -TBD Cheer at the Fair

*Band Names/Times are subject to change



Saturday Thursday

Friday Wednesday

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Music at the Fair! Polecat

Mid Life Crisis:

Main Stage: Wednesday, August 7th, 7:00 p.m.

Main Stage: Friday, August 9th, 8:15 p.m.

Polecat has performed all over Northwest United States, with over 700 appearances and four albums in eight years. Their unique instrumentation and smart song arrangements enable them to seamlessly blend genres including Americana, celtic, rock, reggae, and world music into their sound. The general appeal of Polecat comes from their unique take on roots music, eclectic recordings, and their interactive and high energy live shows.

The members of Mid Life Crisis strive to provide the highest level of professional entertainment around. For over 30 years, Midlife Crisis has been performing unique, popular and recognizable classic rock music to thousands of listeners and dancers having a great time. Since 1988, Mid Life Crisis has played in 100’s of venues from Ontario, Canada to the San Juan Islands in Washington State. They continue to have an active booking schedule and play mostly in venues throughout the Pacific Northwest. Delivering a diverse mix of popular favorite tunes and a few originals that they have created over the years they always load up the dance floor and keep the audience tapping their feet.

Marlin James Band Main Stage: Friday, August 9th, 6:15 p.m. MJB is one of the Northwest’s most requested Country/ Rock band! Zac Brown/Keith Urban/Merle Haggard and original music… Can’t Go Wrong! The Marlin James Band is one of the Northwest’s hottest Country bands, with a list of over 700 songs they are able to satisfy a huge range of requests. Their mixture of high energy Country Music and Classic Rock has been deemed “ROCK ‘N’ ROLL WITH A SADDLE ON IT”!! Whether you are looking for a great band to party with, or looking for one for your event, MJB is one to check out!

Knut Bell and The Blue Collars Knut Bell Solo - Main Stage: Saturday, August 10th, 2:15 p.m. Knut Bell and the Blue Collars - Main Stage: Saturday, August 10th, 5:45 p.m. American/Alt Country Band that performs originals and keeps the traditions of past greats like Hank, Cash, Waylon, Haggard, Wille and Johnny Horton alive. They call it’s like an ol’ coal train grumblin’ down the side of a mountain...a king crab block buzzing on the Bering Sea...a MS 880 Magnum Stihl (with a 59” bar) roarin’ through timber...a sound that permeates Americana!

Sky Colony: Main Stage: Thursday, August 8th, 8:00 p.m. The Pacific Northwest, namely Skagit Valley Washington, has always been home to this band. They have taken their show around Washington State, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, northern California, and Oregon. They have performed at festivals in Oregon and Washington, such as Britt Festival, Subdued Stringband Jamboree, and Summer Meltdown. They have also opened for bands such as Shook Twins, Johanna Warren, The California Honeydrops, Flowmotion, Karl Blau, and Darlingside. The Sky Colony’s songs are a simple blend of melodies and complex harmonies. “It’s a mixture of the call of the Cascadian wilderness and the 60’s psychedelia era” (Tom Franks, Folkwords UK). Time upon time it has been deemed unique. They create a sound of “luminous spirituality that sets a fire in the mind” (Scot Casey, What’s Up Magazine). Their first full-length album “In A Dream” was released in February, 2015, and featured Molly Hazel on banjo, vocals, and bass. This record was publicized by Sue DuMond, with independent radio play at stations worldwide. Music critics were astounded at the “a lack of special effects, just pure musicianship.” (John Apice, No Depression) SKAGIT COUNTY FAIR


Community Stage Wednesday, August 7th

12:00 p.m. Sunday Speedtrap 2:00 p.m. Wren and Della Circus Variety 2:45 p.m. Hometowners 4:15 p.m. PK Dwyer 6:30 p.m. Marcia Guderian 8:00 p.m. PK Dwyer

Marcia Guderian

Thursday, August 8th

12:30 p.m. Wren and Della Circus Variety 2:00 p.m. Sunday Speedtrap 3:15 p.m. Hometowners 4:30 p.m. Mount Baker Square Dance 6:30 p.m. Marcia Guderian 7:45 p.m. Baley Heyntsen

Sunday Speedtrap

Kassidy Lynne

Friday, August 9th

12:30 p.m. Wren and Della Circus Variety 2:00 p.m. Sunday Speedtrap 3:15 p.m. Kassidy Lynne 4:30 p.m. Nick Anthony 6:30 p.m. Kassidy Lynne 7:45 p.m. Nick Anthony

Tom Chisholm

Saturday, August 10th

12:00 p.m. Sunday Speedtrap 2:00 p.m. Wren and Della Circus Variety 2:45 p.m. Griffin Family Band 4:15 p.m. Tom Chisholm 6:30 p.m. Scratch Daddy 8:00 p.m. Scratch Daddy *Band Names/ Times are subject to change

Baley Heyntsen

Griffin Family Band

The Skagit County Fair would like to thank Monique Brigham - owner of Plumeria Breezes Travel and event lead for the Relay for Life of Skagit County - for volunteering to run the 2019 community stage. Said Monique, “I work with some amazing volunteers to put on some awesome events and spread awareness of services available to cancer patients in our community throughout the year. I would also like to thank our community for helping us beat our 2019 goal by more than $15,000!� 6


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Open Class Sewing, Needlework, Quilts Entries Accepted Open Class Food Preservation Entries Accepted Open Class Hobbies and Crafts, Fine Arts and Photography Entries Accepted (or by appointment)

Building B Building D Building D

2:00 PM-6:00 PM 2:00 PM-7:00 PM

Open Class Sewing, Needlework Entries Accepted Open Class Home Economics and Food Preservation Entries Accepted

Building B Building D


7:00 AM-8:00 AM 9:00 AM-1:00 PM 9:00 AM-2:00 PM 1:30 PM-7:30 PM 3:00 PM-7:30 PM 3:30 PM-7:30 PM

Horse Vet Check 4-H Foods and Vegetable and Flower Gardening Exhibits Accepted Open Class Horticulture, Local Produce and Honey Exhibits Accepted. Rabbit, Cavy, Poultry, Dog and Cat Vet Check Dairy Cattle, Beef Cattle and Swine Vet Check Sheep and Goat Vet Check

By Horse Barn 2 Building A Building D Behind Building E Behind Pavilion Behind Sheep Barn

All Day 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM-5:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 AM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM-8:30 PM 6:30 PM 9:00 PM

Dog 4-H Showmanship Goat FFA/4-H Fitting and Showing - Type to Follow Beef Demonstrations begin Dairy Foods Demonstrations 4-H Cavy Showmanship - Type to Follow - Judging Contest Archery Barn Open - Full Quiver 4-H Poultry 4-H Showmanship Dairy Demonstrations Poultry 4-H/FFA/Open Class Type 4-H Dog Bowl 4-H Goat Costume Contest Beef FFA/4-H Fitting and Showing - Type to Follow 4-H Performing Arts Contest Exhibit Barns Close

All Day 10:00 AM-5:00 PM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:30 AM 2:00 PM 2:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:00 PM

Dog 4-H Obedience Archery Barn Open - Full Quiver 4-H FFA Rabbit Fitting and Showing Livestock Sale Type and Breed Type 4-H Rabbit Showmanship and Type Sheep 4-H/FFA Fitting and Showing - Type to Follow 4-H Goat Bowl Chicken Races FFA/4-H Dairy Judging - Followed by 4-H Oral Reasons Chicken Races Dog 4-H Costume FFA/4-H Livestock Judging - Followed by 4-H Oral Reasons 4-H and FFA Sheep Awards Haul Out of FFA/4-H Sheep Exhibit Barns Close

Building C Pavilion / Under Stands Building E Building E Building E Sheep/Goat Arena Goat Barn Building E Pavilion Building E Building C Pavilion Sheep Barn Barns All Areas

6:00 AM–9:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM-5:00 PM 10:00 AM All Day 10:00 AM–3:00 PM 10:00 AM–3:00 PM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM-4:00PM 02:00 PM 02:00 PM 03:00 PM 06:00 PM 09:00 PM

Open Class Sheep Vet Check 4-H Goat Judging Contest, followed by Groom Squad Archery Barn Open - Silver Arrow 4-H Cat Show (Cat Fitting and Showing - Type to Follow - Costume Class to Follow Type) Dog 4-H Showmanship Dog 4-H Showmanship - Run Off Dairy FFA/4-H Fitting and Showing - Type to Follow Swine FFA/4-H Fitting and Showing - Type to Follow Beef Demonstrations Poultry Costume Beef Bowl Lads and Ladies Lead – Open Class Sheep Rabbit Judging Contest Goat Obstacle Course Poultry Judging Sale Set Up Livestock Sale (group picture taken before sale begins) Exhibit Barns Close

Behind Sheep Barn Sheep/Goat Arena Pavilion / Under Stands Building E Building C Building C Pavilion Tent Area by Pavilion Beef Barn Building E Beef Barn Sheep/Goat Arena Building E Sheep/Goat Arena Building E Pavilion Pavilion All Areas

All Day 9:00 AM 10:00 AM-5:00 PM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:30 AM 11:30 AM 01:00 PM 02:00 PM 02:30 PM 02:30 PM 04:00 PM 05:00 PM 06:00 PM 06:00 PM 07:30 PM TBA 08:00 PM 08:30 PM 09:00 PM 9:00PM-10:00PM

Dog 4-H Obedience Dog 4-H Costume Open Class Sheep Show Archery Barn Open - Silver Arrow 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl Live Floral Challenge Cat Bowl Cat Judging Contest Chicken Races Swine, Dairy and Beef Costume and Decorated Cow/Pig Contest FFA Round Robin Chicken Races 4-H Goat Awards 4-H Large Animal Round Robin 4-H Small Animal Round Robin 4-H Dairy Awards 4-H Beef Awards Haul Out - Swine and Cavy 4-H Horse Awards Haul Out - Beef, Dairy, Rabbits and Poultry Haul Out - Sheep Haul Out - Horses, Sheep and Goats Haul Out – Indoor Exhibits




MON. SUN. 8/5 8/4

12:00 PM-6:00 PM 2:00 PM-6:00 PM 2:00 PM-6:00 PM


Animal Judging Schedule

Please Note: Schedule times are tentative and rely on timely conclusion of each class.


10:00AM-1:00PM 2:00 PM 10:00PM-1:00PM


Haul Out – Indoor Exhibits Archery Load Out Haul Out – Indoor Exhibits

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Building C Sheep/Goat Arena Beef Barn Tent by Dairy Parlor Building E Pavilion / Under Stands Building E Tent by Dairy Parlor Building E Building C Sheep/Goat Arena Pavilion 4-H Building All Areas

Building C Building C Sheep/Goat Arena Pavilion / Under Stands Pavilion Building D Building E Building E Building E Pavilion Pavilion Building E Goat Barn Pavilion Building C Pavilion Pavilion Swine Barn and Building E Pavilion Pavilion and Building E Building F Horse Barns and Goat Tent Buildings A, B and D

Times may be subject to change at superintendent’s discretion. Buildings A, B and D Pavilion / Under Stands Buildings A, B and D

Horse Arena Schedule Time Wednesday Thursday AUGUST 7 AUGUST 8 6:00 - 6:30 6:30 - 7:00

Exercise 6:00 to 7:30 am

Exercise 6:00 to 7:30 am

Friday AUGUST 9

8:00 - 8:30


8:30 - 9:00 9:00 - 9:30

English Pleasure Novice Pleasure English Equitation Pleasure Driving 8:00 am

9:30 10:00

10:30 11:00

Games Exercise 11:00 am

11:30 NOON NOON 12:30 PM


12:30 1:00 1:00 - 1:30 1:30 - 2:00 2:00 - 2:30

Key Race Round #1 & #2 1:00 - 3:00 pm


Performance Medals 10:00 am

Groom Squad 10:00 am

Games Exercise 11:00 am

Pairs Class 11:00 am


Games Exercise 1:00 pm

International Flags 12:30 pm


Pole Bending Round #1 & #2 2:30 pm

Costume Class 3:30 pm


Arena Events: Flag Ceremony, Drill Teams, Salute to Seniors 5:00 pm

6:00 - 6:30

Figure 8 Round #1 & #2 6:00 - 8:00 pm

6:30 - 7:00 7:00 - 7:30 7:30 - 8:00 8:00 - 8:30 8:30 - 9:00

Exercise 8:00 pm

Gamers Obstacle 2:00 pm

Barrels Round #1 & #2 3:00 - 7:00 pm

4:30 - 5:00

2 Barrel Flag Round #1 & #2 4:00 - 8:00 pm

Command Class NOON


4:00 - 4:30

5:30 - 6:00

Precision Driving


3:30 - 4:00

5:00 - 5:30

Trail Class 8:00 am

Bareback Equitation NOON

2:30 - 3:00 3:00 - 3:30

Exercise 7:00 to 8:30 am

County 4H Photo 8:45 am Western Pleasure Novice Equitation Western Equitation Reinmanship 9:30 am

10:00 10:30

11:00 11:30

Horse Knowledge Test 7:55 am


Exercise 6:00 to 7:30 am

7:00 - 7:30 7:30 - 8:00

Saturday AUGUST 10

Exercise 8:00 pm

Performance Barrels 7:00 pm Exercise 8:00 pm

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Please note: Schedule times are tentative and rely on the timely conclusion of each class.



4-H & FFA at the Skagit County Fair


he Skagit County Fair is proud of its longstanding partnership with Skagit County’s 4-H and FFA clubs who come to the fair to showcase their skills and talents. Students in FFA programs meet at school, while 4-H clubs run all year long. The clubs teach children about hands on learning, community spirit, leadership, sciences, arts and agriculture. In addition to animal projects, students are given opportunities to learn about vet science, food science, floriculture, engineering, technology and much more through a hands-on approach to learning.

4-H Youth Program

a child thinking about getting involved in 4-H, Rachel said “I would advise that…they find a program that they like and jump right into it. There are a wide variety of clubs; something for everyone. Skagit County 4-H clubs, I know from Said Rachel’s dad, Douglas Smith, personal experience, are especially “Rachel did the 4-H Horse project for eight years and has ridden and cared for supportive. Also a 4-H club is a great her horse Breeze for the past four years. place to meet and make new friends since you will be around kids who share he 4-H youth program was started She has also been a part of club, county, a common interest with you.” at the beginning of the Twentieth state and national level 4-H leadership… Rachel’s older sister participated in Her 4-H experience has truly changed Century to ensure the future of rural the 4-H horse program for three years the direction of her teen years.” youth. It consists of a community of before her and graduated just before over six million members from ages nine The 4-H Horse Program teaches Rachel’s first year. Her younger sister is through nineteen and 60 million alumni knowledge of horsemanship and in her fifth year of 4-H and is showing all across America. In Skagit County, responsible, ethical equine use, care, the family’s one-year-old German 358 youth are enrolled members in and management. Said Rachel, “The shepherd in the dog program. 26 clubs; mentored by 83 volunteers. 4-H Horse Program is one of the most The clubs meet year-round with a Rachel grew up with many farm fun and rewarding things I have had focus on learning, leadership/life skills, the opportunity to be a part of... Riding animals around the family property. healthy living, citizenship and science horses either in competition or training They have had horses, dogs, chickens, through classes, hands-on projects and is enjoyable, worthwhile, and also geese, turkeys, rabbits, as well as a goat community service. memorable. I have learned how to work and a pig. Said Rachel, “Each animal is attend Officer Candidate School and work toward becoming an Airforce pilot. Later in life she would like to attend a vet school to earn a DVM degree and work in a large animal private practice.


The 4-H motto is “Making the Best Better.” One of Skagit County’s proud 4-H club alumni is Rachel Smith who graduated from Anacortes High School this year and will be attending Brigham Young University in Idaho this fall. She will be Rachel Smith studying Animal Science to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. After her 4-year degree she plans to 10


harder and be more resilient through working with horses, and although it is not always easy, it is well worth the effort.”

Youth who participate in 4-H horse programs develop important life skills such as leadership, responsibility, a sense of self-worth, sportsmanship, teamwork, and community service. Said Rachel, “My experience in the 4-H leadership program was life changing. In my earlier 4-H years I was very shy. I was very introverted and less eager to push myself to do hard things. Through the leadership program I gained the ability to plan events, teach workshops, and lead activities for very large groups of other 4-H youth. This has contributed greatly to my improved public speaking ability.” When asked what advice she has for

a unique experience… so is feeding and cleaning up after them. But I do love learning about animals so getting the chance to work with them first hand and spend time with them is worth the work. Especially when it comes to horses.”

The Skagit County Junior Livestock Auction will be held on Friday night, August 9th, at 6:00 p.m. in the Skagit County Fair Pavilion. Meet the exhibitors and their projects during the social beginning at 5:30 p.m.



as many new and exciting experiences as possible.


he FFA organization was founded in 1928 by 33 farm boys under the name the Future Farmers of America; FFA now has almost 500,000 members in 7,000 chapters nationwide with millions of alumni. The organization teaches classes in more than 300 careers in the food, fiber and natural resources industry including animal science, horticulture, floral design, Ag mechanics and metal art.

The Burlington-Edison FFA chapter has a long tradition of involving its members in the many different facets of agriculture that the Skagit Valley area has to offer. Students take pride in exhibiting their various projects at the fair each summer, and during the school year are involved in everything from Trapshooting and Ag Mechanics to Floral and Nursery and Vet Science, Food Science and Leadership training in many different ways.

FFA motto: “Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve.”

Mount Vernon FFA is one of the first five chapters in Washington State! We’re home to the first female National FFA Officer, Julie Smiley! Throughout the year our chapter is dedicated to community service and leadership; we work on projects with Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland, Neighbors in Need Food Bank, and other organizations. Besides animal projects, our Floriculture and Veterinary Science teams shined at competition this year; bringing home several awards!

Skagit County has three FFA chapters: Sedro-Woolley FFA not only rests at the gateway to the North Cascades but is also home to the State Champion Logging Rodeo team for 19 years in a row! In Sedro-Woolley, we’re all about getting outdoors - whether it’s to tend to animals, practice for the Nursery contest, or explore the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Our chapter emphasizes leadership and personal development through action and involvement and we strive to offer members

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Family Entertainment One of the best things about the fair is the family friendly entertainment. From young to old, we will be bringing Ewe Shear Entertainment with these incredible performers. See the main and community stage schedules for the complete line-up. You won’t want to miss any of these world-class acts!

Trevor and Lorena Comedy Magic Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist

Sterling — More than Magic

Main Stage: Wednesday, August 7th, 4:45 & 8:30 p.m.; Thursday, August 8th, 2:15 & 6:30 p.m.; Friday, August 9th, 2:30 & 5:00 p.m.; Saturday, August 10th, 1:00 & 4:30 p.m.

Main Stage: Saturday, August 10th, 12:00, 3:30 & 7:30 p.m. Main Stage: Wednesday, August 7th, After performing their award winning Born and raised in Washington’s 12:45, 2:45 & 6:00 p.m.; Thursday, Whatcom County, Sterling continues to Hypnotic Mayhem hypnosis act for August 8th, 1:15, 3:30 & 5:30 p.m. entertain and perform for audiences all sold-out audiences around the world, Trevor and Lorena Watters have been master hypnotist Ron Stubbs and his over the globe and has now relocated performing for over a decade and have wife Jeanie are thrilled to be returning his full theatre show to the sunny shores to the Skagit County Fair. Ron has won over 20 international awards for of Los Cabos, Mexico. Come join us hypnotized more than a quarter of a comedy magic along the way. They as Sterling magically weaves stories have been featured in corporate events, million people on stage in his career; by filled with drama, comedy, and illusion its nature, every show is different. Apart suitable for the entire family. Experience prime time television, in festivals, fairs from his act, Ron is also a Certified the magic as you’re transported to a and onboard luxury cruise ships. Trevor Clinical Hypnotherapist and trainer, NLP and Lorena take their audience on a time and place, filled with wonder and instructor, body language expert and roller coaster of comedy and magic. amazement. well known motivational speaker.

Roving Entertainment

Dino Crew Entertainment NW

“Bringing the Past to the Present” Saturday, August 10, 11:00 a.m. – 9 p.m. The Dino Crew will be bringing its dinosaur entertainment to the Skagit County Fair for the first time ever. The Dino Crew specializes in bringing “the dinosaur theme” to life! Fair goers will be surprised by the details in the car-sized mechanical dinosaur suits and how realistic they can be. Said owner Tyler McGuinn, “We create an experience that children and adults alike can feel that sense of amazement when your imagination takes over visualizing these intriguing animals roaming the earth. We strive to ensure everyone walks away smiling and wakes up tomorrow wondering if dinosaurs are really extinct.” There will be one LG Dino hanging by the Dino Crew cage for pictures and another roaming the grounds looking for friends to play with on Saturday. There will also be several small baby Dinos coming out to interact with fair goers. Despite their ferocious looks and intimidating roars, the dinosaurs have super likable personalities, and they are great with people of all ages! For the 2-5 year old’s they can act like a gentle puppy, or for the older ones they can behave like a wild dinosaur. Said McGuinn, “I am looking forward to continuing our community growth and expansion through local events like this to show people who we are.” Learn more at 12




! W E N Sideshow Stage featuring Professor Bamboozle! Stage Magic & Balloonary Loonary.


he Skagit County Fair is pleased to announce the new Sideshow Stage featuring Professor Bamboozle and daily performances from Wren & Della, a circus variety act and the music of Sunday Speedtrap. Said fair organizer Aric Gaither, “this will be Professor Bamboozle’s first time at the Skagit County Fair and he’s got all sorts of stuff up his sleeve!” The show will be not only family-friendly comedy magic, but big grand stage illusion shows, variety shows, side show curiosities, oddities, old-time gaffs, self-working illusions, music, production services, magical critters and more. His stage illusion shows are a combination of many of the old-time classics as well as modern, state of the art and original illusions. It is an extremely interactive, immersive show! If you’re in the audience, you may be randomly called up to participate in an illusion, find objects flying over your head or see an egg hatch into a live bird in an audience member’s hands. Joked the professor, “picture a free range 4-H`er sliced into four pieces - then restored. (Sorry, no extra 4-H points.)” Said Bamboozle on the inspiration behind his show, “I had a vision to re-create - for a new generation - a production in the flavor of the oldtime traveling side show stages from the glory days of the great showman P.T. Barnum, but with a modern twist.” Said Professor Bamboozle on 14



Professor Bamboozle was born and raised and made his family all in the 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Puget Sound. He performed his first Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow magic and illusion show in the third Curiosities grade. In his early 20s he picked up 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. “balloon twisting” which he fondly Balloonary Loonary refers to as “Balloonary Loonary.” Once he combined balloon twisting with his 2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. childhood love of magic, doors soon Bamboozle’s Magical Critters Show began to open. He quit his job and 3:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. has been a full-time entertainer ever Wren & Della Circus Variety since. Now, three decades later, he is 4:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. considered to be one of the top “line The Music of Sunday Speedtrap twister” entertainers in the Northwest. Over the years, he has performed 5:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. everywhere from living rooms to Wren & Della Circus Variety schools, colleges, fairs, large festivals, 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. casinos, national sporting events, Bamboozle’s Grand Stage Illusion Show small cruise ships, live network T.V., grand stage theaters and all the way to 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Walk-A-Round, Critter Visits, Balloonary Hollywood. He was “on” and behind the silver screen in the Warner Brothers Loonary Movie “Practical Magic” starring Sandra 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Bullock and Nicole Kidman. Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Bamboozle was awarded the 2016 Curiosities Washington State Fairs Associations, performing at fairs, “After falling in Service Member (Entertainer) of the love with the fair family and personally Year which he describes as “truly the experiencing the positive and life greatest honor of my life.” changing things that fairs can do for Bamboozle Magic Productions and a community, families and individual Balloonary Loonary will be traveling on lives; I knew I wanted to be a part of it the road from fair to fair fully booked all. I’m so excited to meet new people until mid-September. and bring a show that will amaze and Visit his Facebook page: https://www. create a lifetime of memories for your  community.”

Daily Themed FUN ZONE! North End of Fair near Petting Zoo Wednesday, August 7th, 10am-4pm

Thursday, August 8th, 10am-4pm

Safety and Preparedness Day

Family Resources Day

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FREE Kids Activities Large Prize Drawings @ 1:00 p.m. & 3:15 p.m. on the Main Stage

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Friday & Saturday, August 9-10th, 10am-8pm

Kids Zone Check out the Kids Zone on Friday and Saturday near the events office for FREE fun kid activities! Don’t miss out on coloring stations, arts and crafts, games, and much more!



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The Butterfly Encounter Daily exhibit from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday. utterflies are beautiful, magical creatures and Skagit County Fair visitors will get to experience them up close for the first time with The Butterfly Encounter. Inside the screened-in butterfly exhibit, over 100 butterflies will be released on opening day. Come by to observe the butterflies and learn about the life-cycle of a butterfly. Visitors will be shown how to feed butterflies and then have the chance to feed them nectar on a feeding stick. This is a FREE exhibit at the Fair, but if you’d like to take the experience home with you, butterfly kits may be available for purchase. Said co-owner Deborah Lurie, “We are looking forward to creating a magical time for all the fair goers who visit our butterfly exhibit and hopefully educate them a little on the monarch butterfly. This will be an experience everyone will remember!” The Butterfly Encounter is family-owned and operated by husband and wife team Deborah and Jason Lurie. It is based out of Spring Hill, Florida but they travel all over the US to bring the Butterfly Encounter to as many people as possible. When asked about the vision behind the business, Deborah said, “We have four girls and everything to them growing up was butterflies and fairies in wings. My husband got the idea to start the Butterfly Encounter seven years ago and we just kind of went with it. We implemented the concept, tweaked it and every year it got better and better. We are self-taught and have also learned a great deal from the butterfly breeders that we worked with.” The company was opened in 2013 and prides itself on treating every customer like they are a part of the family. The team is looking forward to welcoming you at the 2019 Skagit County Fair! Visit for more information.


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Friday and Saturday, August 9th-10th, 11:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.


he Museum of Curious Things is a mobile curiosity museum filled with oddities from around the world. One of the most unique attractions available in the Northwest United States, the museum leaves audiences intrigued, laughing, and talking about what they saw in our museum for days afterward. The unique collection is loaded with cultural artifacts, unusual taxidermy, crypto-zoological samples, anatomical oddities and historical mysteries. They strive to stimulate the brain’s natural curiosity and to educate people of all ages on the wonders of the unknown with the intent to preserve a part of American culture that has been lost. Inside the museum you will find a large variety of unusual objects, including a mummified cat, George Washington’s death announcement, odd x-rays, a rare insect display, a giant hairball and much, much more. Each display features written descriptions that educate, entertain and explain every odd thing you encounter in our collection. Learn about things like how things become mummified, what causes albinism and how the Jivaroan tribes of Ecuador shrunk heads. Every object is one of a kind and guaranteed to quench your curiosity needs.

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Wednesday: 2:30 & 6:45 p.m. Thursday: 2:00 & 6:15 p.m. Friday: 2:15 & 6:00 p.m. Saturday: 2:00 & 7:15 p.m. At the SICBA Main Stage.

It’s time for a little treasure hunt at the Fair! It’s easy to participate, and you will be eligible to win some great prizes! All it takes is nine simple stamps, so lace up your sneakers and take a walk around to say hello to the vendors! - Pick up your Vendor Passport at the information booth or at the Cleveland Park Gate (pedestrian entrance). Turn in your fully completed card at the Fair Information Booth behind the Main Stage.

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Come meet your favorite character! Moana: Wed Aug 7th, 4-5 pm. Belle: Thursday Aug 8th, 4-5 pm. Aurora: Friday Aug 9th, 4-5 pm. Rapunzel: Saturday Aug 10th, 4-5 pm. Just east of the main stage!



Sardis Raptor Display: Exhibit Hours: 10 am – 9 pm every day! Show Times: 1 pm and 5:30 pm Located at Sherman Anderson Ballfield!


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Experience the feeling of being immersed in the depths of space at the Skagit County Fair! Look up to see the stars and learn more about our solar system in the most exciting way possible! Every Day 11 am to 9 pm.

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Wednesday: 4:30 pm Thursday: 4:15 pm Thursday: Cheer Contest @ 5:15 pm Friday: 4:45 pm Saturday: 4:15 pm

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Selfie Contest Enter our selfie contest at the fair! Post a photo of yourself at your favorite fair attraction on Instagram with the hashtag “#SCFairSelfie” for a chance to win prizes! Must be following @skagitfairgrounds Instagram page to win.

Wednesday, August 7th on the SICBA Main Stage at 3:45 pm. Free registration (with fair admission). Prizes include $300 pedal tractors from Washington Tractor and Scholten’s Equipment. Racers must be non-walkers (crawlers) between 6-14 months old. Sign-ups 3 pm – 3:30 pm near the main stage. Full rules on Fair Website

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Fair Event Master Schedule

Make sure to verify times with official schedules posted throughout the fair guide WEDNESDAY 2pm Set Up (Horse Arena) 5:30pm Birds of Prey Show (Ballfield) 2pm FFA/4-H Dairy Judging - Followed by 4-H Oral Reasons (Pavilion) All Day Dog 4-H Showmanship (Building C) 6pm Livestock Sale (group picture taken before sale begins) (Pavilion) 10am-10pm Food and Commercial booths 2pm Bamboozles Magical Critters Show (Sideshow Stage) 6pm Skagit County Junior Livestock Sale (Pavilion) 10am-4pm Safety & Preparedness Day (North Gate) 2pm Vendor pass PRIZE drawing (Main Stage) 6pm Vendor pass PRIZE drawing (Main Stage) 10am-5pm Archery Barn Open - Full Quiver 4-H (Pavilion) 2pm Sunday Speedtrap (Community Stage) 6:15pm Marlin James Band (Main Stage) 10am-8pm The Butterfly Encounter (Grounds) 2:15pm Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist (Main Stage) 6:30pm Kassidy Lynne (Community Stage) 10am Goat FFA/4-H Fitting and Showing (Sheep/Goat Arena) 2:30pm Pole Bending Round #1 & 2 (Horse Arena) 6:30pm Bamboozles Grand Stage Illusion Show (Sideshow Stage) 10am Beef Demonstrations begin (Beef Barn) 2:30pm Chicken Races (Building E) 7pm Performance Barrels (Horse Arena) 10am Dairy Foods Demonstrations (Tent by Dairy Parlour) 3:15pm Family Resources Drawing (Main Stage) 7:45pm Nick Anthony (Community Stage) 10am Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Curiosities (Sideshow Stage) 3:15pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Sideshow Stage) 8-9pm Walk A-Round, Critter Visits, and Balloonary Loonary (Sideshow Stage) 10am 4-H Cavy Showmanship - Type to Follow - Judging Contest (Building E) 3:15pm Hometowners (Community Stage) 8pm Exercise (Horse Arena) 10:45am Opening Presentation (Main Stage) Wednesday’s Sponsor 3:30pm Comedy Magic of Trevor & Lorena (Main Stage) 8-10pm Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Curiosities (Sideshow Stage) 11am-9pm Planetarium (Grounds) 4pm Enchanting Events: Meet Belle (Next To Main Stage) 8:15pm Mid-Life Crisis (Main Stage) 11am Games Exercise (Horse Arena) 4:15pm Sunday Speedtrap (Sideshow Stage) 9pm Exhibit Barns Close 11am Prozac Mtn Boys (Main Stage) 4:15pm Pie Eating Contest (Main Stage) 11pm Carnival Rides Close 11:30am Balloonary Loonary (Sideshow Stage) 4:30pm Mount Baker Square Dance (Community Stage) 12pm Carnival Rides Open 4:30pm Cheer At The Fair (Main Stage) Saturday 5pm Dog 4-H Costume (Building C) 12pm Sunday Speedtrap (Community Stage) All Day Dog 4-H Obedience (Building C) 12:30pm Stage of Honor Inductees (Main Stage) 5pm FFA/4-H Livestock Judging - Followed by 4-H Oral Reasons (Pavilion) Dog 4-H Costume 12:30pm Set Up (Horse Arena) 5:15pm Cheerleader Pie Eating Contest (Main Stage) 9am Open Class Sheep Show (Sheep/Goat Arena) 12:45pm Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena (Main Stage) 5:30pm Set Up (Horse Arena) 9:30am Set Up (Horse Arena) 1-3pm Key Race Round #1 & 2 (Horse Arena) 5:30pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Sideshow Stage) 10am-10pm Food and Commercial booths 1pm Poultry 4-H Showmanship (Building E) 5:30pm Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena (Main Stage) 10am Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Curiosities (Sideshow Stage) 1pm Birds of Prey Show (Ballfield) 5:30pm Birds of Prey Show (Ballfield) 10am-5pm Archery Barn Open - Silver Arrow 4-H (Pavilion) 1:45pm Sunday Speedtrap (Main Stage) 6pm-8pm Figure 8 Round #1 & 2 (Horse Arena) 10am-9pm The Butterfly Encounter (Grounds) 6:30pm Marcia Guderian (Community Stage) 2pm Dairy Demonstrations (Tent by Dairy Parlour) Saturday’s Sponsor 10am Dairy Quiz Bowl (Pavilion) 2pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Community Stage) 6:30pm Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist (Main Stage) 10am Groom Squad (Horse Arena) 2pm Bamboozle’s Magical Critters Show (Sideshow Stage) 6:15pm Vendor pass PRIZE drawing (Main Stage) 10am Live Floral Challenge (Building D) 2:30pm Vendor pass PRIZE drawing (Main Stage) 6:30pm Bamboozles Grand Stage Illusion Show (Sideshow Stage) 2:45pm Hometowners (Community Stage) 7:30pm 4-H and FFA Sheep Awards (Sheep Barn) 10am Cat Bowl (Building E) 2:45pm Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena (Main Stage) 7:45pm Baley Heynsten (Community Stage) 10:30am Cat Judging Contest (Building E) 3pm Poultry 4-H/FFA/Open Class Type (Building E) 8pm Exercise (Horse Arena) 11am-9pm Dino Crew Dinosaurs (roaming, near petting zoo) 3pm 4-H Dog Bowl (Building C) 8pm Sky Colony (Main Stage) 11am-9pm Planetarium (Grounds) 3:15pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Sideshow Stage) 8pm-9pm Walk A-Round, Critter Visits, and Balloonary Loonary (Sideshow Stage) 11am-9pm Museum of Curious Things (Grounds) 3:30pm Set Up (Horse Arena) 8pm-10pm Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Curiosities (Sideshow Stage) 11am Pairs Class (Horse Arena) 3:45pm Diaper Derby (Main Stage) 9pm Exhibit Barns Close 11am Sunday Speedtrap (Main Stage) 4-8pm 2 Barrel Flag Round #1 & 2 (Horse Arena) 11pm Carnival Rides Close 11:30am Chicken Races (Building E) 4pm Enchanting Events: Meet Moana (Next To Main Stage) Friday 11:30am Balloonary Loonary (Sideshow Stage) 4pm 4-H Goat Costume Contest (Sheep/Goat Arena) All Day Dog 4-H Showmanship (Building C) 11:45am Hexcel Recognition (Main Stage) 4:15pm PK Dwyer (Community Stage) 9am 4-H Goat Judging Contest, followed b‑y Groom Squad (Sheep/Goat Arena) 12pm Carnival Rides Open 4:15pm Sunday Speedtrap (Sideshow Stage) 9:30am Precision Driving (Horse Arena) 12pm Command Class (Horse Arena) 4:30pm Pie Eating Contest (Main Stage) 10am-10pm Food and Commercial booths 12pm Sterling-More than Magic (Main Stage) 4:30-8:30pm Beef FFA/4-H Fitting and Showing (Pavilion) 10am Performance Medals (Horse Arena) 12pm Sunday Speedtrap (Community Stage) 4:45pm Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist (Main Stage) 10am Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Curiosities (Sideshow Stage) 1pm Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist (Main Stage) 5:30pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Sideshow Stage) 10am–3pm Dairy FFA/4-H Fitting and Showing (Pavilion) 5:30pm Birds of Prey Show (Ballfield) 1pm Birds of Prey Show (Ballfield) 10am–3pm Swine FFA/4-H Fitting and Showing (Tent Area By Pavilion) 6pm Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena (Main Stage) 1pm Swine, Dairy and Beef Costume and Decorated Cow/Pig Contest (Pavilion) 10am-9pm The Butterfly Encounter (Grounds) 6:30pm Marcia Guderian (Community Stage) 2pm Gamers Obstacle (Horse Arena) 10am-5pm Archery Barn Open - Silver Arrow 4-H (Pavilion) 6:30pm Bamboozles Grand Stage Illusion Show (Sideshow Stage) 2pm FFA Round Robin (Pavilion) 10am Cat Show (Cat Fitting and Showing (Building E) 6:30pm 4-H Performing Arts Contest (4-H Building) 2pm Vendor pass PRIZE drawing (Main Stage) 10am Beef Demonstrations (Beef Barn) 6:45pm Vendor pass PRIZE drawing (Main Stage) 11am-9pm Planetarium (Grounds) 2pm Bamboozles Magical Critters Show (Sideshow Stage) Friday’s Sponsor 7pm Polecat (Main Stage) 11am-9pm Museum of Curious Things (Grounds) 2pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Community Stage) 8pm Exercise (Horse Arena) 11am Games Exercise (Horse Arena) 2:15pm Knut Bell (Main Stage) 8pm PK Dwyer (Community Stage) 11am Poultry Costume (Building E) 2:30pm Chicken Races (Building E) 8-9pm Walk-A Round, Critter Visits, and Balloonary Loonary (Sideshow Stage) 11:30am Skagit Swings All- Star Big Band (Main Stage) 2:45pm Griffin Family Band (Community Stage) 8-10pm Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Curiosities (Sideshow Stage) 11:30am Balloonary Loonary (Sideshow Stage) 3:15pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Sideshow Stage) 8:30pm Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist (Main Stage) 12pm Set Up (Horse Arena) 3:30pm Costume Class (Horse Arena) 9pm Exhibit Barns Close 12pm Carnival Rides Open 3:30pm Sterling-More than Magic (Main Stage) 11pm Carnival Rides Close 12pm Beef Bowl (Beef Barn) 4pm Enchanting Events: Rapunzel (Next To Main Stage) 12pm Lads & Ladies Lead-Open Class Sheep (Sheep/Goat Arena) ThursDAY 4pm 4-H Large Animal Round Robin (Pavilion) 12:30pm International Flags (Horse Arena) All Day Dog 4-H Obedience (Building C) 4:15pm Sunday Speedtrap (Sideshow Stage) 9am FFA Rabbit Fitting (Building E) 12:30pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Community Stage) 4:15pm Pie Eating Contest (Main Stage) 9:30am Western Pleasure Novice Equitation (Horse Arena) 12:45pm Sunday Speedtrap (Main Stage) 4:15pm Tom Chisholm (Community Stage) 10am-10pm Food and Commercial booths 1pm Birds of Prey Show (Ballfield) 4:30pm Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist (Main Stage) 10am-4pm Family Resources Day 1pm-4pm Rabbit Judging Contest (Building E) 5pm Arena Events; Flag Ceremony, Drill Teams, Salute to Seniors (Horse Arena) 10am-4pm Diaper Drive (outside Cleveland gate) 1:45pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Main Stage) 10am-5pm Archery Barn Open - Full Quiver 4-H (Pavilion) 2pm Goat Obstacle Course (Sheep/Goat Arena) 5pm 4-H Small Animal Round Robin (Building C) 10am-8pm The Butterfly Encounter (Grounds) 2pm Bamboozles Magical Critters Show (Sideshow Stage) 5:30pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Sideshow Stage) 10am Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Curiosities (Sideshow Stage) 2pm Sunday Speedtrap (Community Stage) 5:45pm Knut Bell & The Blue Collars (Main Stage) 10am Sheep 4-H/FFA Fitting and Showing (Sheep/Goat Arena) 2pm Poultry Judging (Building E) 5:30pm Birds of Prey Show (Ballfield) 10am 4-H Goat Bowl (Goat Barn) 6pm 4-H Dairy Awards Thursday’s Sponsor 2:15pm Vendor pass PRIZE drawing (Main Stage) 11am-9pm Planetarium (Grounds) 2:30pm Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist (Main Stage) 6pm 4-H Beef Awards 11:30am Chicken Races (Building E) 2:30pm Set Up (Horse Arena) 6:30pm Scratch Daddy (Community Stage) 11:30am Wren & Della Circus Variety (Main Stage) 3-7pm Barrels Round #1 & 2 (Horse Arena) 6:30pm Bamboozles Grand Stage Illusion Show (Sideshow Stage) 11:30am Balloonary Loonary (Sideshow Stage) 3:15pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Sideshow Stage) 7:15pm Vendor pass PRIZE drawing (Main Stage) 3:15pm Kassidy Lynne (Community Stage) 12pm Bareback Equitation (Horse Arena) 7:30pm Sterling-More than Magic (Main Stage) 12pm Carnival Rides Open 3:45pm Chris Eger (Main Stage) 8pm Scratch Daddy (Community Stage) 4pm Enchanting Events: Meet Aurora (Next To Main Stage) 12:15pm Sunday Speedtrap (Main Stage) 8-9pm Walk A-Round, Critter Visits, and Balloonary Loonary (Sideshow Stage) 12:30pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Community Stage) 4:15pm Sunday Speedtrap (Sideshow Stage) 8-10pm Can Music, Lights, and Sideshow Curiosities (Sideshow Stage) 1pm Games Exercise (Horse Arena) 4:30pm Nick Anthony (Community Stage) 8:30pm Latino Band TBD (Main Stage) 1pm Family Resources Drawing (Main Stage) 4:45pm Pie Eating Contest (Main Stage) 9pm Exhibit Barns Close 1pm Birds of Prey Show (Ballfield) 5pm Ron Stubbs Comedy Hypnotist (Main Stage) 11pm Carnival Rides Close 1:15pm Comedy Magic of Trevor and Lorena (Main Stage) 5:30pm Wren & Della Circus Variety (Sideshow Stage) 22



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