Today’s Fair Schedule (July 26, 2017)

Photos by Tom Rivers: Homer Mathes of Barre shows a beef animal during the beef show on Tuesday at the Orleans County 4-H Fair in Knowlesville.

Posted 26 July 2017 at 6:57 am

Special Events: Senior Citizen Coffee, free coffee for senior citizens from 1 to 4 p.m., compliments of the Orleans County 4-H Senior Council.

Daily Feature: Orleans County Flower Show – Lartz Exhibit Building

Orleans County Quilt Show at Trolley Building

8 a.m. Senior Council Stand Opens

8 a.m. Dressage Horse Show. Carlos Marcello Arena

9 a.m. Poultry Show. Wachob Pavilion

10 a.m.  $7 Admission per Car Starts

10 a.m.  All Buildings Open

10 a.m.  Goat Show (Dairy, Companion and Pack). Knights Building

Jack Breuilly, 5, of Holley tries hard in the small fry tractor pull, which is in its 27th season at the fair and remains a popular activity.

11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nutrifare Senior Luncheon with Music by Al Howe. (Food will be served at noon.) Curtis Pavilion

12 p.m. Leader’s Pie Stand Opens

12 p.m. Calf Feeding and Care Demonstrations. Cattle Barn

1:30 to 3 p.m. Bread & Butter Making Demo and Tasting. Trolley Building

2 p.m. Llama/Alpaca Costume, Leaping Llama/Alpaca, Llama/Alpaca Limbo. Show Arena

2 p.m. Meat Goat Show. Knights Building

2:30 p.m. Little Britches Llama/Alpaca. Public May Participate in Llama Walk. Show Arena

3 -10 p.m. Main Event Amusements $20 Unlimited Rides Wristband Midway

Celes Paratore of Holley shows a Holland Lop during the Rabbit Show.

3 p.m. Dog Knowledge Bowl. Stage

3 p.m. Fair Official Meeting. Fair Office

4 p.m. Dairy Cattle Showmanship. Show Arena

4 p.m. Live Chalk Art. South Side of Lartz Building

4 p.m. 4-H Youth Rabbit Hopping Contest. Wachob Pavilion

4 p.m. Magic Joe: Tricks, Illusions, and Wonder Stage Act at Stage

5 p.m. BBQ Pulled Pork Dinner, Sponsored by Dance Theater. Cost: $8. Curtis Pavilion

5 -8 p.m. P.Raising Kids Children’s Activity Center with Face Painting, Crafts and Art Projects. Trolley Building

5:30 p.m. The Creature Teacher and friends live show at Log Cabin Lawn

6 p.m. Donut Eating Contest Sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts at Stage

Logan Woodcock, 7, of Newfane competes in the small fry tractor pull on Tuesday. The event returns at 6:30 p.m. today by the fair office.

6 p.m. Registration Ends for the Small Fry Pedal Tractor Pull Fair Office

6 p.m. Live Chalk Art. South Side of Lartz Building

6 p.m. Master Gardener Floral Design Contest (Open to public) at Lartz Building

6 p.m. Magic Joe: Tricks, Illusions and Wonder Stage Act at Stage

6 -7:15 p.m. Meet and Greet with the Creature Teacher and Friends at Log Cabin Lawn

6:30 p.m. Dairy Cattle Show. Show Arena

6:30 p.m. Small Fry Pedal Tractor Pull Sponsored by Lance Mark and Empire Tractor. Tractor Pull Course: Fair Office

Cora Clark of Kendall shows a Polish rabbit during the rabbit Show on Tuesday. She is joined by friends Brian Shaw of Kendall, left, and Lydia Scharlau of Medina. There are 152 rabbits registered at the fair from 22 breeds.

6:30 p.m. Horses, Horses, Horses! World Champion Performing Horses at Lawn South of the Knights Building

7 -9 p.m. Magic Joe: Street Magic. Throughout Grounds

7 -8:30 p.m. Open Mic with Oak Orchard Review. Stage

7:30 p.m. The Creature Teacher and friends live show. Log Cabin Lawn

8 p.m. Live Chalk Art. South Side of Lartz Building

8:30 p.m. Horses, Horses, Horses! World Champion Performing Horses at Lawn South of the Knights Building

9 p.m. Orleans County 4-H Fair $1,000 Karaoke Challenge at Stage

10 p.m. Buildings Close

10 p.m. Greased Pole Climbing Contest (Teams must pre-register at the Fair Office) Sponsored by Big Ash Fireplace and Stoves at Greased Pole

Hugh Gabalski, center, waits for the judge to look over his rabbit. He is joined by Naomi Mathes, left, and his sister Peggy-Jo Gabalski. They were all showing American Fuzzy Lops.

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