Kendyll Hartlaub sits on one of the antique tractors on display at the Ottawa County Fair.
This year the Ottawa County Fair is celebrating its 50th year. To celebrate, the Fair Board has lowered admission to $5. There will also be a 50th anniversary fireworks display Friday night at the Demolition Derby. On Monday night, over 100 past and present county and fair royalty gathered together to celebrate the 50 years over a dinner before the crowning of this year’s fair king and queen.
L to R: Alysia Harrison, Micah Mensing, Madison Sheahan, Nathan Purk, Kelsey Salyer, and Kevin Baumgartner.
The 2014 Ottawa County fair royalty are Madison Sheahan and Nathan Purk. First runners up are Alysia Harrison and Micah Mensing. Second runners up are Kelsey Salyer and Kevin Baumgartner.
These is an antique tractor display near the Fair Board office, a baby animal barn put on by the Ace of Clubs 4H club, animals, 4H project displays, an art show, food vendors, rides and much more at the fair.
Highlighted schedule of events:
Thursday, July 17
1-6 p.m. Money Day at the Fair, B3
7 p.m. Tug a Truck competition, grandstands
Friday, July 18
6 p.m. Prettiest Baby Contest, entertainment tent
7 p.m. The Brent Lowery Band, entertainment tent
7 p.m. Demo Derby, grandstands
50th anniversary fireworks
Saturday, July 19
10:30 a.m. Veterans opening ceremony, entertainment tent
11 a.m.-2 p.m. Veteran’s lunch, B3
7 p.m. OSTPA & Lucas Oil PPL Tractor Pull, grandstands
8 p.m. Chainsaw carvings auction, grandstands
9 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Square dance with Legacy II, show barn
Sunday, July 20
10 a.m. Fishing Derby ages 0-5, infield
11:30 a.m. Fishing Derby ages 6-12, infield
12 p.m. Brush Pull- Pickup and semi pull, grandstands
12-3 p.m. COSI exhibit activities for kids, Celebration of 100 years of Cooperative Extension Service, B3
2 p.m. Pie eating contest, shelter
To see a full schedule of events or to get more information on the Ottawa County Fair, visit ottawacountyfair.org.