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Yolo County Fair schedule 2014

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From page C2 | August 12, 2014 |

YOLO COUNTY FAIR PROGRAM

“Fair Nights And Carnival Lights”

A Smoke-Free Event

ALL EVENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING 5-DAY YOLO COUNTY FAIR
ARE FREE EXCEPT WHERE PRICES ARE QUOTED OR MENTIONED

SUNDAY, AUGUST 10

A.M. 8:00 Junior Horse Show & Jr. Horse Show Queen Arena
Sponsored by Duane Chamberlain, Chamberlain Farms & Windmill Feed
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13

“OPENING DAY”

P.M.
3:00 Open & Junior Breeding Sheep Junior Auction Ring
4:00 FFA Market Sheep, followed by FFA Showmanship Junior Auction Ring

6:00 YOLO COUNTY FAIR OFFICIALLY OPENS BUILDINGS OPEN
6-8 Yolo County Bounty Gala ($20.00) Ag-Business Building
MIDWAY OF FUN (Pay One Price – $25.00) Carnival Area
Unlimited Carnival Rides for All ages 6:00 p.m. to Midnight
EXHIBITS: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractors — Antique Chuggers – Live Demonstrations
ENTERTAINMENT: Blues & Brews Night: *Check programs for times & bands

6-9 YCCA Family Fun Barn & Rock ‘N Relax Family Farm Barn
Sponsored by Woodland Health Care
Ongoing FREE arts & crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper & foam crafts)
6-9 Master Gardeners Information Hours Flower House
“Turn Down the Spigot” display garden
6:00 *Woodland Community Band Main Stage
Hands-On Science: Galaxy Slime Family Farm Barn
7:00 Open Judging (Special Baking Classes) Home Arts Building
Specialty Crafts: Pool Noodle Lights Sabers (First 25 Kids) Family Farm Barn
7:30 *Mike McGowan & the Mighty Delta Roadmasters Community Stage
8:30 *Kyle Rowland Blues Band Main Stage
9:00 Family Farm Barn & Rock “N Relax Closes
Hall of Flowers Close
10:00 Waite Hall, John Rogers Hall & Home Arts Building Close
11:00 Main Exhibit Building and Ag-Business Building Close
12:00 Fairgrounds Close
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14

“SENIOR DAY”

A.M.
9:00 FFA Swine Showmanship, followed by FFA Market Swine Junior Auction Ring
9:00 Open Dairy Cattle Livestock Judging Ring
*11:30 Over Forte Rotary Park

NOON BUILDINGS OPEN
MIDWAY OF FUN (Pay One Price – $25.00) Carnival Area
Unlimited Carnival Rides for all Ages Noon to Midnight
COUPONS MUST BE REDEEMED BEFORE 10:00 PM.
EXHIBITS: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractors — Antique Chuggers – Live Demonstrations
ENTERTAINMENT: Rockin Idol Night: *Check programs for times & bands

12-9 Master Gardeners Information 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 & crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper & foam crafts)
12:00 Special Craft: Foam Tube Pom-Pom Shooters Family Farm Barn
Hands-On Science: Fruit-Scented Paints & DIY Stamps Family Farm Barn
12:30 Demonstrations Home Arts Building
2:00 Poultry Followed by FFA Bird Showmanship Junior Auction Ring
3:00 Specialty Craft: Glitter – Tube Bracelets Family Farm Barn
4:00 FFA Market Goats & Junior Market Goats, followed by FFA Showmanship Junior Auction Ring
4-8 Guest Presentation: Yolo County Library Family Farm Barn
6:00 *Yolo County Fair Idol Contest Main Stage
(Emcee: Jose Reynoso, Radio and TV Personality Spanish play by play
voice of The Sacramento River Cats & Sacramento Kings)
6:00 Hands-On Science: Make Your Own Bouncy Balls Family Farm Barn
7:00 FFA Ag-Mechanics Auction Community Stage
Specialty Crafts: Beanbag Balls Family Farm Barn
Open Judging Home Arts Building
(Men’s Baking Class & Friendly Competition Classes)
8:30 *Larisa Bryski Community Stage
9:00 *Walking Spanish Main Stage
9:00 Family Farm Barn & Rock ‘N Relax Closes
Hall of Flowers Closes
10:00 Waite Hall, John Rogers Hall and Home Arts Building Close
11:00 Main Exhibit Building and Ag-Business Building Close
12:00 Fairgrounds Close

FRIDAY, AUGUST 15

“FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY”

A.M.
9:00 FFA & Junior Open Rabbits, followed FFA Showmanship Fur & Feather Barn
9:00 Open Dairy Goats, followed by Jr. Dairy Goat Showmanship Junior Auction Ring
10:00 FFA Market Beef, followed by Jr. Open Feeder & FFA Showmanship Livestock Judging Ring

P.M.
NOON BUILDINGS OPEN
MIDWAY OF FUN (Pay One Price – $25.00) Carnival Area
Unlimited Carnival Rides for all Ages Noon to Midnight
COUPONS MUST BE REDEEMED BEFORE 10:00 PM.
EXHIBITS: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractors — Antique Chuggers – Live Demonstrations
ENTERTAINMENT: Big Country Night: *Check programs for times & bands

12-9 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 & crafts(beads, collages, coloring, paper & foam crafts)
12-8 Communicare: Guest Presentation Family Farm Barn
12:00 Specialty Craft: Glitter – Tube Bracelets Family Farm Barn
Hands-On Science: Chocolate Playdough Family Farm Barn
12:30 Demonstrations Home Arts Building
1:00 Open Breeding Beef, followed by Jr Open Beef & Jr Showmanship Livestock Judging Ring
3:00 FFA Small Animal Round Robin Feather & Fur Barn
Special Craft: Finger Knitting Family Farm Barn
3-6 Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) Home Arts Building
5:00 FFA Large Animal Round Robin Large Judging Ring/Junior Auction Ring
5:30 *Red Rose Ranch Band Main Stage
6:00 Disney Radio Recycle Program Community Stage
Sponsored by YC Dept. of Integrated Waste Management
Hands-On Science: Jello Oobleck

7:00 AUTO DESTRUCTION DERBY ARENA
Trucks, Mini Trucks & Modified Cars
Admission – All Reserved Seats – $20.00
7:00 *Keri Carr Main Stage
Specialty Craft: Puff Owls Family Farm Barn
8:00 *Alincia Community Stage
9:00 *Nickel Slots Main Stage
9:00 Family Farm Barn & Rock ‘N Relax Closes
Hall of Flowers Close
10:00 Waite Hall, John Rogers Hall and Home Arts Building Close
11:00 Main Exhibit Building and Ag-Business Building Close
12:00 Fairgrounds Close

SATURDAY, AUGUST 16

“KIDS’ DRAWING DAY”

9-Noon Horseshoe Pitching Qualifying Lucas Horseshoe Pits
11:30 a.m. FFA Auction Buyers’ Luncheon Livestock Area
P.M.

NOON BUILDINGS 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: *Check programs for times & bands

12-3 Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) Home Arts Building
12-9 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 & crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper & foam crafts)
Guest Presentation: Noon to 9 P.M. – Masonic Child ID & Fingerprinting
12:00 Specialty Crafts: Pool Noodle Light Sabers (First 25 Kids Family Farm Barn
& Foam Tube Pompom Shooters Family Farm Barn
Hands-On Science: Make your Own Bouncy Ball Family Farm Barn
1:00 FFA Livestock Auction Junior Auction Ring
3:00 Kids’ Drawing Registration Begins
Sponsored by Woodland Reveille Lions Club
Woodland/Davis Termite Pest Control,
B & L Bike Shop & Foy’s Bike Shop
National Realty
Specialty Crafts: DIY Stamps & Scented Bubbles Family Farm Barn
4:00 *The Plainfield Pickers Main Stage
4:15 Kids’ Drawing Final Registration Community Stage
4:30 KIDS’ DRAWING BEGINS Community Stage
5:30 *Lucy’s Bones Main Stage
6:00 *Roadhouse 5 Community Stage
Hands-On Science: Fizzy Snow Dough Painting Family Farm Barn

7:00 AUTO DESTRUCTION DERBY ARENA
Minis & Non-weld stock cars
Admission – All Reserved Seats – $20.00
7:00 *Mr. December Main Stage
7:00 Specialty Craft: Beanbag Balls Family Fun Barn
8:00 *Kiss N Tell Community Stage
9:00 *Cold Blood Main Stage
9:00 Family Farm Barn Closes
Hall of Flowers Closes
10:00 Waite Hall, John Rogers Hall and Home Arts Building Close
11:00 Main Exhibit Building and Ag-Business Building Close
12:00 Fairgrounds Close

SUNDAY, AUGUST 17
“HOMECOMING DAY”

A.M.
9-Noon Group B Horseshoe Pitching Contest Lucas Horseshoe Pits
9:00 FFA Livestock Exhibitors Awards Assembly Livestock Judging Ring
ALL LIVESTOCK LEAVE GROUNDS BEFORE NOON

P .M
NOON BUILDINGS OPEN
MIDWAY OF FUN Carnival Area
EXHIBITS: Yolo County Antique Fire Apparatus Springlake Fire Park
Antique Tractors — Antique Chuggers – Live Demonstrations
ENTERTAINMENT: Retro Night: *Check programs for times & bands Community Stage

12-9 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 & crafts (beads, collages, coloring, paper & foam crafts)
Guest Presentation: First 5 Yolo

12-9 Main Stage Entertainment Main Stage
(Presented by Yolo County Rotary Clubs)
12-3 Embroidery Guild Valley Oak Chapter (Demonstration) Home Arts Building
12:00 Specialty Crafts: Kool-Aid Noodle Art Family Farm Barn
Hands-On Science: Chocolate Playdough Family Farm Barn
1:00 Championship Horse Shoe Pitching Contest Lucas Horseshoe Pits
2:00 *The Tiki Lounge Lizards Community Stage
3:00 Specialty Craft: Pool Noodle Light Sabers (First 25 Kids) Family Farm Barn
4:00 *The Reruns Community Stage
Hands-On Science: Galaxy Slime Family Farm Barn
6:00 *Playback Community Stage
6:00 Art/Craft & Photography Auction (end of bidding) Waite Hall
7:00 Specialty Craft: Glitter Tube Bracelets Family Farm Barn
8:00 Yolo County Fair Heritage Foundation Drawing Information Booth
8:00 *WhoVille Community Stage
9:00 All Building except MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING Close
10:00 Main Exhibit Building Closes
12:00 Fairgrounds Close

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