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Brazoria County Fair October 11 - 19, 2019 ANGLETON, TX

“Working Together for a Brighter Future”

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Fall Festival

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2019 Brazoria County Fair Schedule of Events

Friday, Oct. 11 Steve Wariner & Josh Ward 8 a.m. Junior Breeding Beef Arrival 8 a.m. Junior Market Swine Unloading Only 8 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Arrival 4 p.m. Junior Market Swine Unloading and Weigh In 6 p.m. Mutton Bustin’ 6:30 p.m. 4H & FFA Calf Scramble 6:30 p.m. Little Mr. and Miss Contest 8 p.m. Fair Mom Contest

Saturday, Oct. 12 Travis Tritt, Wayne Toups & Shayne Still & The South Blend Band 8 a.m. Bucket Calf Show 8 a.m. Junior Market Rabbit 8 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Arrival 9 a.m. Junior Market Turkey Show 10 a.m. Parade 11 a.m. Junior Market Turkey Early Release 12 p.m. Tricycle Races 2:30 p.m. Junior Market Swine Show 6 p.m. Mutton Bustin’

6:30 p.m. 4H & FFA Calf Scramble 7 p.m. Fair Queen Coronation

Sunday, Oct. 13 7 a.m. Junior Breeding Rabbit Check-In 7 a.m. Junior Market Broiler Check-In 8 a.m. Junior Market Swine Early Release 8 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Arrival 9 a.m. Twirling Contest 10 a.m. Junior Commercial Heifer Check-In & Sift – Singles 10 a.m. Junior Breeding Rabbit

Show 12 p.m. Ag Mechanics Show 1 p.m. Mutton Bustin’ 2 p.m. Student Art Auction 4 p.m. Youth Talent Show 5 p.m. Junior Market Steer Show 6:30 p.m. 4H & FFA Calf Scramble Monday, Oct. 14 8 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Arrival 9 a.m. Junior Market Goat Show 3 p.m. Junior Market Lamb Show 5:30 p.m. Pet Parade

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Tuesday, Oct. 15 8 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Arrival 8 a.m. Senior Citizens’ Day 8 a.m. Senior Citizens’ Day Vendor Booth 9 a.m. Calf Scramble Heifer Show 11 a.m. Scarecrow Contest 1 p.m. Junior Commercial Heifer Show – Singles 7 p.m. Hometown Heroes Day Wednesday, Oct. 16 7 a.m. Junior Commercial Heifer Pen of Three Arrival 8 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Arrival 8:30 a.m. Special Childrens’ Day 10 a.m. Junior Breeding Beef Show 2:30 p.m. Youth Rodeo Series Shoot Out Thursday, Oct. 17 10 a.m. Junior Commercial Heifer Pen of Three Show 10:30 a.m. Brazos Bill’s Champion Show 6 p.m. Junior Livestock Auction Friday, Oct. 18 Los Traileros Del Norte 6 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Ranch and Out of County Entries 8 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Arrival 8:30 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Pee Wee Showmanship 9:30 a.m. Open Beef Cattle Show 7 p.m. Ranch Rodeo Saturday, Oct. 19 Koe Wetzel, Doug Stone & Cole Degges 8:30 a.m. Junior Livestock Judging 11 a.m. Livestock Awards 1 p.m. Junior Commercial Heifer Auction 1 p.m. Commercial Heifer Auction 1:30 p.m. Kitchen Pride Bake Show 1:30 p.m. Rice Plus Cook Off 2 p.m. Chicken Scramble Sunday, Oct. 20 7 a.m. Junior Commercial Heifer Release 7 a.m. Junior Market Turkey Release 7 a.m. Junior Breeding Beef Release 7 a.m. Junior Market Swine Release


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Admission prices vary from day to day during fair FRIDAY Adults (13 years and older) $20 2 p.m.–5 p.m. $25 5 p.m.–11 p.m. Youth (6 through 12 years) $5 2 p.m.–11 p.m. SATURDAY Adults (13 years and older) $20 10 a.m.–5 p.m. $25 5 p.m.–12 a.m. Youth (6 through 12 years) $5 10 a.m.–12 a.m. SUNDAY Free Admission 10 a.m.–10 p.m.

TUESDAY Free Admission MONDAY, WEDNESDAY Adults (13 years and older) $10 10 a.m.–11 p.m. Youth (6 through 12 years) $5 THURSDAY Free - 10 a.m.-11 p.m. FRIDAY Adults (13 years and older) $20 10 a.m.–11 p.m. Youth (6 through 12 years) $5

10 p.m.–11 p.m. SATURDAY

Adults (13 years and older) $20 8 a.m.–5 p.m. $25 5 p.m.–12 a.m.

Youth (6 through 12 years) $5 8 a.m. –12 a.m.

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Brazoria County Fair Oct. 11-19 Enjoy the Brazoria County Fair and We Salute All the FFA & 4-H Students!

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Welcome to the 2019 Brazoria County Fair First and foremost, I would like to say what an honor it is to serve as the 81st president of the Brazoria County Fair. Each year, hundreds of volunteers work tirelessly to put on the best event possible for Brazoria County. 2019 will be no different as we are working diligently to plan the best

event yet. I believe in holding true to our rich traditions but at the same time, there is nothing brighter than the future of Brazoria County. The 2019 Fair slogan is “Working Together For a Brighter Future” and I can’t wait to see what the future holds for our great county. The 81st Brazoria County

Fair will be October 11 - 19, and I hope you will join me there.

See you at the Fair, T.R. Williams, President

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Good Luck Maddie Savage! Madelyn Savage

Good Luck to all 4H & FFA Participants!

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Brazoria County Fair Oct. 11-19

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Enjoy the Brazoria County Fair!

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Brazoria County Fair has been a mainstay since 1910 Back in 1910, several of Brazoria County’s civic leaders decided the area needed a forum for educating farmers and homemakers by recognizing those who were most outstanding in each area of endeavor. They visualized an event that would provide competition, entertainment, enjoyment and an opportunity to get together with friends. They wanted to provide a standard of excellence toward which county residents could work, to encourage continued improvement of the equality of life in the area. Thus was born the first Brazoria County Fair. Those early leaders would probably be astounded at the evolution of the fair since that first one in 1910. They could hardly have envisioned a 120-acre fairgrounds dotted with permanent buildings including a huge covered arena, the site of a multi-faceted, six- day annual event attracting almost a quarter of a million people. The history of the “modern” Brazoria County Fair begins in 1938, when Angleton Jaycees took over operation of several of the

annual events. Although no fair organization officially existed that year, Jack Phillips of West Columbia recalls that “a little exhibition of livestock was held… and the ladies showed their jams and jellies” on the courthouse lot. Phillips, who has missed only one Brazoria County Fair since 1938 — he was attending the Olympics in Mexico City during the 1968 fair – served as president of the fair in 1957, 1967 and 1968. After formation of the Brazoria County Fat Stock and Fair Association, the group bought a 20-acre fig orchard south of Angleton for use as fairgrounds. By 1947, another 30 acres had been added to the site, and throughout the years, more land has been bought and paid out as it became available. The fair was canceled for three years during World War II, and the property was leased to the U.S. government as the site for a U.S. Signal Corps radar unit. After a little more than a year, however, the government decided to utilize the facilities as a prisoner of war camp. A high fence topped with rows of barbed wire was placed

around the property, with guard towers built at the corners. German war prisoners were moved to the site. At one time, 200 of Rommel’s crack North African Troops were among the prisoners housed there. Those who wanted to work for small wages, helped area farmers in cotton or rice harvesting and other chores. Several of these former prisoners have visited Angleton in recent years, bringing their families to see where they were incarcerated and where they waded through muddy rice fields or stooped for hours to pick cotton. With the war’s end, the grounds were returned to the fair association for use and in the years since, in good times and bad, in economic slumps and following devastating hurricanes, the fair has grown and expanded to the point that it is now the largest county fair in Texas. But despite its tremendous growth and changes, the Brazoria County Fair is still a place where residents from various parts of the county gather to compete in agricultural and homemaking and leisure-time pursuits, to recognize and encourage excellence, to visit friends, and to enjoy themselves in

a family atmosphere. Fair Association The Brazoria County Fair Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational

opportunities and scholarships to the youth of Brazoria County. The fair is a nine-day annual event that takes place in October of every year. It is known for its oldfashioned fair atmosphere and traditional fair entertainment such

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Good Luck FFA & 4-H Participants!

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as carnival rides, rodeo, concerts, concessions and livestock/ agriculture displays. The fair takes place in a 120-acre fairground covered with permanent buildings attracting about quarter of a million people. Brazoria County Fair is a planned event that would provide competition, entertainment, enjoyment and an opportunity for

county residents and visitors to get together with friends. The fair provides people with a standard of excellence, which all county residents could work to achieve and to encourage the continued improvement of the equality of life in Brazoria County. BCFA conducts several events throughout the year including the annual Science Fair in February,

Game, Farm & Ranch Expo in April, Youth Summer Series Rodeo in June, Spike & Spurs Golf Classic in August, Annual Kick-off dinner and dance is

September and of course our Fair in October. Today the Brazoria County Fair has approximately 2,000 members. There is a board of directors that

total 99 and a 26 member executive board that oversee the different areas of the fair. Today it takes more than 500 volunteers to keep the Fair Association operating.

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wishes you great fun and memories at this year’s Brazoria County Fair & Rodeo! Terry & Jody Droege and TDEC, Inc. are Lifetime Members & Proud Sponsors of: • Junior Livestock Auction • Calf Scramble • BBQ Cook-Off • Alvin Livestock Show • A&M Partners Buyers Group

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Jose Torres 979-264-2174

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For all your real estate needs

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Brazoria County Fair Oct. 11-19

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Donations & Underwriting Needed! Help us preserve our heritage.

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Brazoria County Fair Oct. 11-19 Best of Luck to All the FFA & 4-H Participants!

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Hold on Tight To Your Dreams!

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Brazoria County Fair Oct. 11-19

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