polo outlet in alabama Evenings jam packed at Crawford County fair
Gold Rush Katie and driver Jason Thompson, right, won their harness race at the Crawford County Fair last year. Harness racing returns for two nights this year.(Photo: T F file photo)BUCYRUS There is no shortage of fun and exciting events for fair goers of all ages this year at the 159th annual Crawford County fair.
Kicking off Sunday and lasting until July 23,
the fair brings in some exciting events that stuff the schedule all week long.
Sunday kicks off the fair, including rides. Fair rides open at noon with wrist bands costing $10 per session or $16 for all day access.
Also at noon, check out the horse skillathon at the 4 H Horse Arena. Youngsters show off their skills with their horses and offer an impressive view into animal and human relationships. This offers a great opportunity to see some beautiful automobiles as well as entering your own in hopes of earning a prize. The cost is $5 for grandstand seats and $10 for pit access. A total of $5,
000 in prize money will be paid out in the cars and trucks divisions and 100 percent will be paid to lawn mowers. in the park round out the Sunday evening events. Tickets are $10 for grandstand seats and $15 for Artist Circle tickets.
It is also Youth Fun Day.
Tuesday is Family Appreciation Day with discounted wrist bands for rides starting at $5 for each session. in front of the grandstands with free admission or $10 admission to the pit area. The 4 H ground roping competition will be held in the Horse Arena at a time still yet to be determined.
Wednesday is North Central Electric Cooperative Day. The cost is $1 per item. with free admission to all races.
Thursday is Shearer Equipment John Deere Day and Veteran and Senior Citizens Day. Seniors and veterans can gain admission for just $2 all day. in the youth building.