Washburn County Fair July 24-27 2014, dont miss the memories

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Washburn County Fair July 24-27 2014, dont miss the memories

When I was a kid the fair was the event that we waited for all summer.

A time to get away from the farm for a few days, see our friends, maybe take along a special girl.

Also a time to show off our skills with 4-H and FFA exhibits where we could exhibit our prize Cattle, Horses, and other livestock as well as other things like crops, baked goods, sewing, and many more of the things that farm people proudly produce.



And then there was the other Fun stuff, like the carnival, the demo derby, the musical events, horse races and so many other things that are fun to take a date to.

This summer will be a great time to renew some of those memories and create a few more.




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5:00– 7:00 pm          Early Entry Registration at Fair Office

8:00 am – Noon         Entry Registration at Fair Office

5:00 pm                       Carnival Opens-$15 Wristbands from 5-9pm

6:00-10:00pm             2nd Time Around (live band)  Spooner Advocate Stage

6:00 pm                        Gymkhana Horse Show in Arena

7:30 pm                        Kiddie Tractor Pull – next to the Small Animal Barn


                                   Free Admission for Veterans (With military ID)

9:00am                        Watson Wood Carving Demonstration

11:00am                      Watson Wood Carving Demonstration  
Noon                           Carnival Opens-$15 Wristbands from 12-4pm
                                   Magic Village (comedy)-Spooner Advocate Stage

2:00pm                        Watson Wood Carving Demonstration

3:00pm                       Magic Village (comedy)-Spooner Advocate Stage

4:30pm                       Honor Guard-Spooner Advocate Stage

5:00pm                        Watson Wood Carving Demonstration

6:00 pm                       Tug-O-War Contest / Old Fashioned Games - Arena
                                    Magic Village (comedy)-Spooner Advocate Stage

7:00-10:00 pm           Redhead Express (live band) – Spooner Advocate Stage


8:00-10:30 am            4-H Pancake Breakfast – 4-H Food Stand

9:30am                        Watson Wood Carving Demonstration

10:00 am                     Horse Shoe Contest – Singles – Horse Shoe pits

11:00am                      Watson Wood Carving Demonstration

Noon                            Kristoffer Olson- Spooner Advocate Stage   
                                  Carnival Opens-$15 Wristbands from 12-4pm

1:00 pm                      In Capable Hands -Spooner Advocate Stage

2:00 pm                       Watson Wood Carving Demonstration

3:00 pm                       Kristoffer Olson- Spooner Advocate Stage

4:00 pm                      In Capable Hands -Spooner Advocate Stage

6:50pm                       In Capable Hands- Pre-auction show

7:00 pm                      Livestock Show & Sale Auction

7:45pm                       The Britins (live band) Spooner Advocate Stage

10:00 pm                    Fireworks


10:00 am                    Whips & Wheels Horse Show – Arena
                                 Doubles Horseshoe Pitching Contest

11:00 am                   The Veggie 500 Produce Racing – Next to the Food Stand

Noon                          Carnival Opens-$15 Wristbands from 12-4pm

1:30 pm                      Talent Contest – Spooner Advocate Stage

4:00 pm                    Fair Closes

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