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Festivities begin at Rosholt Fair

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by Kelsi Schindler

ROSHOLT (WAOW) -- The Rosholt Fair is kicking off, Friday.

The fair will run from Sept. 4 through Monday, Sept. 7.

Today's festivities include exhibit judging and a cake auction.

The Comeback Special Band with Singer Fred "E" Heidmann will perform tonight from 7 - 11 PM.

For a complete list of this year's fair events, see the schedule listed below:

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS -- (As seen on the Rosholt Fair web site)

Friday, September 4

9am Exhibit Judging (Youth Building)
4pm Admission Gates open to Fair
6:30pm Cake Auction (Dinner Stand)
7pm Market animals weighed (7-9pm)
7-11pm Comeback Special Band with singer Fred "E" Heidmann
   
Saturday, September 5
8:30am Cat & Small Animal Judging (Youth Building)
9am Poultry Judging (Small Animal Building)
9am Rabbit Judging (Small Animal Building)
9am Sheep Judging (Pinkerton Building)
10am Swine Judging (Pinkerton Building)
Noon Parade (Starting at Rosholt High School)
Noon Beef Judging (Pinkerton Building)
2-4pm Head Over Heals (South Stage)
2-6pm BINGO
2pm Wheel & Deal Square Dancers (North Stage)
3pm Parade Winners Announced (North Stage)
4:30-6:30 Commercial Break (South Stage)
7pm Market Animal Sale
8-12pm Backhome Boys (South Stage)
   
Sunday, September 6
8am Horse Judging (Horse Arena)
10am Dairy Goat Judging (Pinkerton Building)
10:30am Dairy Judging (Pinkerton Building)
1-5pm BINGO
1:30pm Dog Judging (Lower Tent)
2-6pm Duane Burclaw and the Golden Aces (South Stage)
8-12pm Tuscan Road (South Stage)
   
Monday, September 7
8am Animal Exhibits Released
9am Annual Labor Day Run
1pm Demolition Derby
2-6pm Paper City Sounds (South Stage)
4pm Exhibits in Exhibit Building Released (must be removed by 6pm)
   
Wristbands for Rides $14: Friday 5-9, Sunday 5-9, Monday 12-4
 
Ballgames: Friday - Monday, Horseshoes: Saturday - Monday
 
Sawmill will run Saturday and Sunday -  Pioneer Museum Open - Visit the New Blacksmith Shop!!!

 

Online Reporter: Kelsi Schindler

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