Wednesday at Columbia County Fair: Junior Cattle Judging, Dance Competition | Festivals

Here is the program for the Columbia County Fair and Livestock Show, which runs until Saturday evening.

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TODAY

11:00 am Daily food and flower displays at the fairgrounds for judging.

5:00 p.m. Trade fair gates open on County Road 13.

6 pm-10pm Opening of the Carnival. Put on all you can with a $ 20 armband. $ 5 admission for non-riders.

7:00 p.m. Junior cattle judging for breeding pigs and market pigs.

7 p.m. Dance competition, pavilion.

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23

5:00 p.m. Trade fair gates open on County Road 13.

6 pm-10pm Opening of the Carnival. Put on all you can with a $ 20 armband. $ 5 admission for non-riders.

6.30 p.m. Sale of junior cattle, barn sale.

7 p.m. Baby Miss, Toddler Miss and Tiny Miss Fair Queen contest, pavilion.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24

5:00 p.m. Trade fair gates open on County Road 13.

6 pm-10pm Opening of the Carnival. Put on all you can with a $ 20 armband. $ 5 admission for non-riders.

7 p.m. Little Miss, Petite Miss, Pre-teens and Teen Miss competition, pavilion.

10:00 p.m. Cattle release.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25

Before 10 a.m. and after 10 p.m., release cattle.

11h00 – 16h00 Carnival time. Fit all you can with a $ 15 armband.

6 p.m. Baggo tournament, pavilion.

4 pm-11pm Carnival open. Put on all you can with a $ 20 armband. $ 5 admission for non-riders.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26

Remove all exhibits between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Pick up the premium checks, fair office.

Parking is free at the fairgrounds on County Road 13.

The Keith Exhibit Hall features information kiosks operated by local civic organizations, businesses, political parties and others.

The Jamerson Showroom features craft exhibits.

Two separate food courts are in operation. Stalls operated by many civic groups and churches will be open along the halfway carnival.