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Yolo County Fair Schedule

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Davis FFA members Megan Best and Amelia Crary get ready to show their goats at the 2013 Yolo County Fair. Visitors attending the fair are invited to visit the animals in their barns while they’re resting between shows.

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From page A6 | August 14, 2014 |

All events for the following four-days of Yolo County Fair are free, except where prices are quoted as mentioned. The fair is a smoke-free event. For entertainment, check daily programs for updated and more specific details on times and performers.

Thursday — Senior Day

9 a.m.FFA Swine Showmanship, followed by FFA Market Swine Junior Auction Ring

Open Dairy Cattle Livestock Judging Ring

11:30 a.m.Over Forte — Rotary Park

NoonBuildings 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, Live Demonstrations

Entertainment: Rockin Idol Night

Noon-9 p.m.Master Gardeners information booth hours — Flower House (Check Bulletin Board for Demo Information)

“Turn Down the Spigot” display garden

YCCA Family Fun Barn & Rock ’N Relax — Family Farm Barn

(Sponsored by Woodland Health Care)

Ongoing free arts and crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper and foam crafts)

NoonSpecial Craft: Foam Tube Pom-Pom Shooters — Family Farm Barn

Hands-On Science: Fruit-Scented Paints and DIY Stamps — Family Farm Barn

12:30 p.m. Demonstrations — Home Arts Building

2 p.m.Poultry followed by FFA bird showmanship —Junior Auction Ring

3 p.m.Specialty Craft: Glitter — Tube Bracelets — Family Farm Barn

4 p.m.FFA Market Goats & Junior Market Goats, followed by FFA showmanship — Junior Auction Ring

4-8 p.m.Guest Presentation: Yolo County Library — Family Farm Barn

6 p.m.Yolo County Fair Idol Contest — Main Stage (Emcee: Jose Reynoso, Radio and TV Personality Spanish play-by-play voice of The Sacramento River Cats and Sacramento Kings)

6 p.m.Hands-On Science: Make Your Own Bouncy Balls — Family Farm Barn

7 p.m.Ag-Mechanics Auction — Community Stage Specialty Crafts: Beanbag Balls — Family Farm Barn a

Open Judging — Home Arts Building (Men’s baking class and friendly competition classes)

8:30 p.m.Larisa Bryski — Community Stage

9 p.m.Walking Spanish Main Stage

9 p.m.Family Farm Barn & 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

Midnight:Fairgrounds close

Friday — Family & Friends Day

9 a.m. FFA & Junior Open Rabbits, followed  by FFA Showmanship — Fur & Feather Barn

Open Dairy Goats, followed by Jr. Dairy Goat Showmanship — Junior Auction Ring

10 a.m.FFA Market Beef, followed by Jr. Open Feeder & FFA Showmanship — Livestock Judging Ring

NoonBuildings 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, Live Demonstrations

Entertainment: Big Country Night

Noon-9 p.m.Master Gardener information booth hours — Flower House (Check Bulletin Board for Demo Information)

“Turn Down the Spigot” display garden

YCCA Family Fun Barn & Rock ‘N Relax — Family Farm Barn

(Sponsored by Woodland Health Care)

Ongoing FREE arts and crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper and foam crafts)

Noon-8 p.m.Communicare: Guest Presentation — Family Farm Barn

NoonSpecialty Craft: Glitter – Tube Bracelets

— Family Farm Barn

Hands-On Science: Chocolate Playdough — Family Farm Barn

12:30 p.m.Demonstrations — Home Arts Building

1 p.m.Open Breeding Beef, followed by Jr. Open Beef and Jr. Showmanship — Livestock Judging Ring

3 p.m.FFA Small Animal Round Robin — Feather & Fur Barn

Special Craft: Finger Knitting Family Farm Barn

3-6 p.m.Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) — Home Arts Building

5 p.m.FFA Large Animal Round Robin — Large Judging Ring/Junior Auction Ring

5:30 p.m.Red Rose Ranch Band — Main Stage

6 p.m.Disney Radio Recycle Program — Community Stage (Sponsored by YC Dept. of Integrated Waste Management)

Hands-On Science: Jello Oobleck

7 p.m.Auto Destruction Derby (trucks, mini trucks and modified cars) — Arena Admission: all reserved seats: $20

Keri Carr — Main Stage

Specialty Craft: Puff Owls — Family Farm Barn

8 p.m.Alincia — Community Stage

9 p.m.Nickel Slots — Main Stage

Family Farm Barn & 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

Midnight:Fairgrounds close

Saturday — Kids’ Drawing Day

9 a.m.-noonHorseshoe Pitching Qualifying — Lucas Horseshoe Pits

11:30 a.m. FFA Auction Buyers’ Luncheon — Livestock Area

NoonBuildings open

Midway of Fun — Carnival Area

Exhibits: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus — Springlake Fire Park

Antique Tractors, Antique Chuggers, Live Demonstrations

Entertainment: Old School Night

Noon-3 p.m.Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) — Home Arts Building

noon-9 p.m.Master Gardener information booth hours — Flower House (Check Bulletin Board for Demo Information)

“Turn Down the Spigot” — display garden

YCCA Family Fun Barn & Rock ‘N Relax — Family Farm Barn (Sponsored by Woodland Health Care)

Ongoing free arts and crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper and foam crafts)

Masonic Child ID and Fingerprinting

NoonSpecialty Crafts: Pool Noodle Light Sabers (First 25 Kkids) — Family Farm Barn Foam Tube Pompom Shooters — Family Farm Barn

Hands-On Science: Make your Own Bouncy Ball — Family Farm Barn

1 p.m.FFA Livestock Auction — Junior Auction Ring

3 p.m.Kids’ Drawing registration begins

(Sponsored by Woodland Reveille Lions Club, Woodland/Davis Termite Pest Control, B & L Bike Shop and Foy’s Bike Shop, National Realty

Specialty Crafts: DIY Stamps & Scented Bubbles — Family Farm Barn

4 p.m.The Plainfield Pickers — Main Stage

4:15 p.m.Kids’ Drawing final registration — Community Stage

4:30 p.m.Kids’ Drawing begins — Community Stage

5:30 p.m.Lucy’s Bones — Main Stage

6 p.m.Roadhouse 5 — Community Stage

Hands-On Science: Fizzy Snow Dough Painting Family Farm Barn

7 p.m. Auto Destruction Derby (minis and non-weld stock cars)  — Arena Admission: all reserved seats: $20

Mr. December — Main Stage

Specialty Craft: Beanbag Balls — Family Fun Barn

8 p.m.Kiss N Tell — Community Stage

9 p.m.Cold Blood — Main Stage

Family Farm Barn 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

Midnight:Fairgrounds close

Sunday — Homecoming Day

9a.m.-NoonGroup B Horseshoe Pitching Contest — Lucas Horseshoe Pits

9 a.m.FFA Livestock Exhibitors Awards Assembly — Livestock Judging Ring

(All livestock leave grounds before noon)

NoonBuildings open

Midway of Fun — Carnival Area

Exhibits: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus — Springlake Fire Park

Antique Tractors, Antique Chuggers, Live Demonstrations

Entertainment: Retro Night

Noon-9 p.m.Master Gardener information booth hours — Flower House (Check Bulletin Board for Demo Information)

“Turn Down the Spigot” — display garden

YCCA Family Fun Barn & Rock ‘N Relax — Family Farm Barn (Sponsored by Woodland Health Care)

Ongoing free arts and crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper and foam crafts)

Guest Presentation: First 5 Yolo

Noon-9 p.m. Main Stage Entertainment — Main Stage (Presented by Yolo County Rotary Clubs)

Noon-3p.m.Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) — Home Arts Building

NoonSpecialty Crafts: Kool-Aid Noodle Art —Family Farm Barn

Hands-On Science: Chocolate Playdough — Family Farm Barn

1 p.m.Championship Horse Shoe Pitching Contest — Lucas Horseshoe Pits

2 p.m.The Tiki Lounge Lizards — Community Stage

3 p.m.Specialty Craft: Pool Noodle Light Sabers (First 25 Kids) — Family Farm Barn

4 p.m.The Reruns Community Stage

Hands-On Science: Galaxy Slime — Family Farm Barn

6 p.m.Playback — Community Stage

Art/Craft & Photography Auction (end of bidding) — Waite Hall

7 p.m.Specialty Craft: Glitter Tube Bracelets — Family Farm Barn

8 p.m.Yolo County Fair Heritage Foundation Drawing — Information Booth

WhoVille — Community Stage

9 p.m.All buildings except Main Exhibit Building close

10 p.m.Main Exhibit Building Closes

MidnightFairgrounds close

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