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2013 Yolo County Fair announces events schedule

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From page C2 | August 13, 2013 |

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All events for the following  five-day Yolo County Fair are free except where prices are quoted or mentioned.
This smoke-free event is themed “Swine on Harvest Moon.”

Sunday, Aug. 11
8 a.m. Junior Horse Show Arena

Wednesday — Opening Day
3 p.m. Open & Junior Breeding Sheep Junior Auction Ring
4 p.m. FFA Market Sheep, followed by FFA Showmanship Junior Auction Ring
6 p.m. Yolo County Fair officially opens
6-8 p.m. Yolo County Bounty Gala ($20) — Ag-Business Building
6 p.m. Midway of Fun (Pay One Price – $25) — Carnival Area
6 p.m. Unlimited Carnival Rides for all ages
6 p.m. Exhibits: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus — Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractors, Antique Chuggers
Family Fun Barn & Rock ‘N Relax — Family Farm Barn
(Hands-On Science: Edible Finger Paints)
sponsored by Supervisor Duane Chamberlain & Woodland Health Care
6-9 p.m. Master Gardeners information booth — Flower House
6 p.m. Goat Races (fun for all) — Junior Auction Ring
6 p.m. Woodland Community Band — Main Stage
6 p.m. Sadie’s Farm-tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
7 p.m. Open Judging (Special Baking Classes) — Home Arts Building
7 p.m. Family Fun Barn (Glow Bugs) — Family Farm Barn
8 p.m. Sadie’s Farm-tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
8:30 p.m. Kyle Rowland Blues Band — Main Stage
8:30 p.m. The Tiki Lounge Lizards — Community Stage
9 p.m. Family Farm Barn & Rock “N Relax closes
Hall of Flowers Closes
10 p.m. Waite Hall, John Rogers Hall & Home Arts Building close
11 p.m. Main Exhibit Building and Ag-Business Building close
12 p.m. Fairgrounds close

Thursday — Senior Day
9 a.m. FFA Swine Showmanship, followed by FFA Market Swine — Junior Auction Ring
9 a.m. Open Dairy Cattle — Livestock Judging Ring
Noon Buildings open
Midway of Fun (Pay One Price – $25) Carnival Area
Unlimited Carnival Rides for all ages (Coupons must be redeemed before 10 p.m.)
Exhibits: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus — Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractors/Antique Chuggers
noon to 9 p.m. Master Gardeners Information — Flower House
(Check Bulletin Board for Demo Information)
Family Farm Barn & Rock ‘N Relax — Family Farm Barn
(Pool Noodle Art/Edible Finger Paints)
Noon Special Presentation: Literacy Rocks Story Time — Family Farm Barn
Noon Demonstrations — Home Arts Building
2 p.m. Poultry Followed by FFA Bird Showmanship — Junior Auction Ring
3 p.m. Specialty Craft: Music Makers — Family Farm Barn
4 p.m. FFA Market Goats and Junior Market Goats, followed by FFA Showmanship — Junior Auction Ring
4:30 Special Presentation Literacy Rocks Story Time — Family Farm Barn
6 p.m. Open Judging — Home Arts Building
(Men’s Baking Class and Friendly Competition Classes)
6 p.m. Yolo County Fair Idol Contest — Main Stage
(Emcee: Elisia Gonzalez, Fox 40 News
6 p.m. Sadie’s Farm-tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
7 p.m. FFA Ag-Mechanics Auction — Community Stage
8 p.m. Sadie’s Farm-tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
8:30 Jim Hunter and the Simpson Creek Band — Community Stage
Speciality Craft: Charming Necklaces — Family Farm Barn
9 p.m. Mumbo Gumbo — Main Stage
9 p.m. Family Farm Barn and Rock ‘N Relax closes
Hall of Flowers closes
10 p.m. Waite Hall, John Rogers Hall and Home Arts Building close
11 p.m. Main Exhibit Building and Ag-Business Building close
12 p.m. Fairgrounds close

Friday — Family and Friends Day
9 a.m. FFA and Junior Open Rabbits, followed FFA Showmanship — Fur and Feather Barn
9 a.m. Open Dairy Goats, followed by Junior Dairy Goat Showmanship —Junior Auction Ring
10 a.m. FFA Market Beef, followed by Junior Open Feeder and FFA Showmanship — Livestock Judging Ring
Noon Buildings open
Midway of Fun (Pay One Price – $25) Carnival Area
Unlimited Carnival Rides for all ages (Coupons must bee redeemed before 10 p.m.)
Exhibits: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus — Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractors/ Antique Chuggers
Noon to 9 p.m. Master Gardener Information Booth — Flower House
(Check Bulletin Board for Demo Information)
Family Fun Barn and Rock ‘N Relax opens — Family Farm Barn
Specialty Craft: Charming Necklaces
12:30 p.m. Specialty Craft: Literacy Rocks Story Time — Family Farm Barn
12:30 p.m. Demonstrations — Home Arts Building
1 p.m. Open Breeding Beef, followed by Junkor Open Beef and Junior Showmanship — Livestock Judging Ring
1 p.m. Guest Presentation: Animal Safety (by Woodland Veterinary Hospital) — Family Farm Barn
3 p.m. FFA Small Animal Round Robin — Feather and Fur Barn
3 p.m. Special Craft (Crab Hats) — Family Farm Barn
3-6 p.m. Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) — Home Arts Building
4:30 Special Presentation: Literacy Rocks Story Time — Family Farm Barn
5 p.m. FFA Large Animal Round Robin — Junior Auction Ring
5:30 Sadie’s Farm-Tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
6 p.m. Disney Radio Recycle Program — Main Stage
Sponsored by YC Dept. of Integrated Waste Management
7 p.m. Auto Destruction Derby — Arena
Trucks and Modified Cars
(Admission: All Reserved Seats – $20)
7 p.m. The Wooden Revolt — Main Stage
7:30 Sadie’s Farm-Tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
8 p.m. Kiss N Tell — Community Stage
9 p.m. The Nickel Slots — Main Stage
9 p.m. Family Farm Barn and Rock ‘N Relax closes
Hall of Flowers close
10 p.m. Waite Hall, John Rogers Hall and Home Arts Building close
11 p.m. Main Exhibit Building and Ag-Business Building close
Midnight Fairgrounds close

Saturday — Kids’ Drawing Day
9 a.m. to noon Horseshoe Pitching Qualifying Lucas — Horseshoe Pits
11:30 a.m. Buyers’ Luncheon — Livestock Area
Noon Buildings open
Midway of Fun — Carnival Area
Exhibits: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus — Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractors/ Antique Chuggers
Noon to 3 p.m. Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) — Home Arts Building
Noon to 9 p.m. Master Gardener Information Booth — Flower House
(Check Bulletin Board for Demo Information)
Family Farm Barn and Rock ‘N Relax — Family Farm Barn
(Ongoing free arts and crafts/beads, collages, coloring, paper crafts)
Specialty Crafts: Charming Necklace
1 p.m. FFA Livestock Auction — Junior Auction Ring
1-3 p.m. Go Buggy: Guest Presentation UCD Bohart Museum of Entomology — Family Farm Barn
2 p.m. Crawford Perkes Band — Main Stage
3 p.m. Kids’ Drawing Registration begins — Community Stage
Sponsored by Woodland Reveille Lions Club
Woodland/Davis Termite Pest Control,
B & L Bike Shop & Foy’s Bike Shop
National Realty
4 p.m. Parie Wood — Main Stage
4:15 Kids’ Drawing Final Registration — Community Stage
4:30 Kids’ Drawing begins — Community Stage
5 p.m. Radio Disney and CA Department of Boating and Waterways Water Safety Inflatable Life Jacket — Front Gate
5:30 Larisa Bryski) — Main Stage
6 p.m. Alincia Vela Band — Community Stage
6 p.m. Sadie’s Farm-tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
7 p.m. Auto Destruction Derby — Arena
Minis and Non-weld stock cars
(Admission: All Reserved Seats – $20)
7 p.m. Zapato Viejo — Main Stage
7 p.m. Specialty Craft: Homemade Kaleidoscopes — Family Fun Barn
8 p.m. Vanessa O’Connell — Community Stage
8 p.m. Sadie’s Farm-tastic Adventure Family Farm Barn
9 p.m. Walking Spanish Main Stage
9 p.m. Hall of Flowers Closes
10 p.m. Waite Hall, John Rogers Hall and Home Arts Building Close
11 p.m. Main Exhibit Building and Ag-Business Building Close
12 p.m. Fairgrounds Close

Sunday — Homecoming Day
9 a.m. to noon Group B Horseshoe Pitching Contest — Lucas Horseshoe Pits
9 a.m. FFA Livestock Exhibitors Awards Assembly — Livestock Judging Ring
(All livestock leave grounds before noon)
Noon Buildings open
Midway of Fun — Carnival Area
Exhibits: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus — Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractor/Antique Chuggers
Noon to 9 p.m. Master Gardener Information Booth — Flower House
(Check Bulletin Board for Demo Information)
Family Farm Barn and Rock ‘N Relax Opens — Family Farm Barn
Ongoing free arts and crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper crafts)
Specialty Craft Music Makers
Noon to 9 p.m. Main Stage Entertainment — Main Stage
(Presented by Yolo County Rotary Clubs)
Noon to 3 p.m. Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) — Home Arts Building
1 p.m. Championship Horse Shoe Pitching Contest — Lucas Horseshoe Pits
2 p.m. Red Rose Ranch Band — Community Stage
2 p.m. Radio Disney and Underwriters Laboratory Safety and Back to School Supply Drive — Front Gate
(To benefit Yolo County Community)
3 p.m. Specialty Craft: Glow Bugs — Family Farm Barn
4 p.m. Group Therapy — Community Stage
4 p.m. Sadie’s Farm-tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
6 p.m. The Golden Cadillacs — Community Stage
Art/Craft and Photography Auction (end of bidding) — Waite Hall
7 p.m. Sadie’s Farm-tastic Adventure — Family Farm Barn
8 p.m. Yolo County Fair Heritage Foundation Drawing — Information Booth
8 p.m. Fate Under Fire — Community Stage
9 p.m. All buildings except Main Exhibit Building close
10 p.m. Main Exhibit Building closes
12 p.m. Fairgrounds close

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