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FAIR SCHEDULE: JULY 11 - 13, 2019

Thursday, July 11

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5 p.m.    Food stand opens

6-10 p.m. Ride all you can armbands - Rides by Southern Fun 

($15 armbands if purchased prior to 3 p.m. Thursday, July 12th. Available at all Legends Bank locations and Mid America Bank in Linn.  Armbands available for $20 after 3 p.m. on July 11th at the fair.

 

6:45 p.m. Fair Opening Ceremonies

  • Color Guard Presented by Linn Fire Protection District

  • Invocation & Prayer - Rev. David Krueger

  • National Anthem - Linn High School Chorus Group​

  • Welcome and Opening Comments - Mark Loethen

6:45 p.m. Miss Osage County Winners Announced

To enter contact: Nicki Bax at 573-301-6944 or email her at nicki.bax@att.net

CONTEST held on Sunday, July 7 at 1 p.m. at Ely Manor - 116 Ely Manor Lane in Linn.

Call Nikki Bax at 573-301-6944

Junior Princess (ages 8-11) and Princess - (ages 12-16) and Queen - (ages 17-22)

7 p.m. Tractor Pulling Contest

Linn Lions Garden Tractor Pulling Rules Apply

7 p.m. Little Miss and Mister Contest– 

Registration: 6:00 to 6:45 p.m. at Stage Area (No pre-registration required, but recommended) 

Rules: OSAGE COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY • Ages: 4 & 5 years old by July 1 • No registration fee

Sponsored By: Linn Lions Club – Any questions contact: Nicki Bax at 573-301-6944 or email her at nicki.bax@att.net 

7:45 p.m.  Reptile Experience

Back by popular demand, and a whole new collection of reptiles this year!!  All the way from St. Louis comes Serengeti Steve with his Reptile Experience. Serengeti Steve performs over 600 shows a year and has appeared on NBC's "America's Got Talent",  making it to the Las Vegas finals,as well as being a member of the famous Guinness Book of World Records.  Along with numerous television appearances, Steve has performed for a variety of celebrities and has worked all types of crowds and venues. 

 

Check him out at ReptileExperience.com

9 p.m. Kids Games (for kids under 12)

• Water Balloon Toss contest

• Bubble Gum Blowing contest

• Turtle Race (Bring your own turtle)

• Prizes for best decorated Turtle (Turtle Decorating Rules: 1. No Permanent Paint, Markers, Glue,Decorations, etc. should be used in decorating the turtle. 2. All decorations should be easily removable and removed from the turtle as soon as possible after the contest.)

9:30 p.m. - Closing D.J. Music “by Request ”

– Joe Knollmeyer (897-3613)

Friday, July 12

9-11 a.m. Kids’ day at the fair - Your morning will be spent in two hours of fun and learning. Hands-on learning experiences and demonstrations - sponsored by University of Missouri Extension Center - 897-3648 

6-10 p.m. Ride all you want with Southern Fun Amusements -

Armbands available for $20 at the fair.  

6-11 p.m. Wine Garden openTaste samples of wine from Wenwood Farm Winery, White Mule Winery & St. Aubert Hills Winery. 

7 p.m. Kids Tractor Pull

Registration 6:30 - 7:00 at Main Stage 

Rules: • Osage County Residents only • Ages 4 to 8 years old

• Classes by Weight:

* Under 45 lbs. * 46 - 56 lbs.

* 57 - 65 lbs. * Over 65 lbs.

7 p.m. Figure 8 Racing (Located at the Track)

8 p.m. ***GREASED PIG CATCHING CONTEST

Registration: 8 p.m. at main stage area.

8:00 p.m. Parent-Child look-a-like contest

Registration: Prior to 8 p.m. at main stage area

8:30 - 9:00 p.m. - Hula hoop and twist contest at main stage.  No pre-registration.

9 p.m. - Midnight: Orchard Fire Band

Orchard Fire is one of the hardest working independent bands in the music business playing 270 shows in 20 states since June of 2017. Their highly anticipated sophomore Ep "The Temperance Sessions", recorded by Jared Conrad at CTM Studios on music row in Nashville Tennessee.

The heart of this band are the songs. Songs that when stripped down to just Melissa Odom's expressive alto, her acoustic guitar, the fiddle, and the mandolin, are patently country, almost bluegrass at times. Songs that tell stories of love and life in full color. The ringing, crunchy guitar work of Justin Odom and the big pocket drumming of his brother Jared Odom transport the tunes from campfire to pumping rock club. It's a fresh and inspiring sound.

"Orchard Fire has swagger and grace, and onstage they shine with charisma. I've seen them take the stage for a cold audience who didn't know them or their music to a man, and win them over handily by the end of the set. Their music stays with you, and you find yourself singing the chorus of "Now or Never" or "Lullaby" weeks later. There is so much going on in those songs musically and the blend of styles make it so much more interesting than much of what you hear from typical country radio." -Byron Neighbors, Byron Amplification

Saturday, July 13

10:00 a.m. Barbecue Cookoff 

12 p.m. Food Stand Opens

12 p.m. Washer Tournament

2-11 p.m. Wine Garden open Taste samples of wine from

Wenwood Farm Winery, White Mule Winery & St. Aubert Hills winery.

1 p.m. Power Wheels Mud Run- Bring your own power wheels and helmet.

Classes: 3-5 stock, 6-8 stock and 3-8 modified 

3 p.m. Horseshoe Throwing Contest -

Contact: Bob Duncan - 897-3703 or

Richard Dudenhoeffer 897-2912 

3 p.m. Chain-saw contest

Contact: Mark Loethen (573-821-0055)

3 p.m. 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament 

3:30 p.m. Mud Bowl XXVI - Contact James Voss (573-690-3322) for information 

4-6:30 p.m. Homemade Wine Contest -

Do you make the best wine in Osage County? Check in

begins at 2:30 p.m. No check in after 3:45 p.m. 

5:30 p.m. Baby Show Sponsored by Parents as Teachers. For

information contact Betty Herndon at 573-690-6412. 

6-10 p.m. Ride all you want with Southern Fun Amusements - Armbands available in advance for $15 at all Legends Bank locations until 3 p.m. on July 13. 

Armbands available for $20 at the fair midway.   

 

7-8:30 p.m. “Old Time Country Music” by Osage Drifters,

Fiddle - Bass - Waltz's - Great Listening Music

8 p.m. Kids Karaoke Contest - Solo category only •Register at the event from 7-8 p.m.

9 p.m. - Midnight: Point 08 Band

One of the most popular local bands, back by popular demand.  Don't miss this concert.  

9 p.m - Midnight: Adult Karaoke on Picnic Pavilion by RMC Karaoke, “You be the Star” by singing your favorite song. Nashville might be just around the corner...

• No Entry Fee • Trophies for first and second places • Categories - female, solo - male, solo and group (two or more people) • No Pre-Registration, register day of contest at Main Stage or Stage Right. 

10 p.m. - FIREWORKS!!