Still more fun at GarCo Fair
RIFLE, Colorado Though its carnival and famous performers highlighted last weekend, theres still a whole lot of life left in the last two days of the Garfield County Fair. Held at the fairground in Rifle, the event will host its traditional livestock shows, rodeo and dance today, with the annual Garfield County Fair Parade taking place on Saturday. Also during that last day of the fair will be livestock sales as well as the fairs very first car show. For more information on all the action, visit http://www.garfieldcountyfair.com.
8 a.m. 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Shows, Indoor Arena8 a.m. Poultry ShowNoon Beef Show5:30 p.m. Senior/Pee Wee Classic, sponsored by Cheryl & Co., Indoor Arena7 p.m. CPRA Rodeo, sponsored by HyWay Feeds, Garfield County Fairgrounds Outdoor Arena $8 Adults and $5 Kids/Senior Citizens at the gate. Stock supplied by L Bar 4 Stock Company.After the rodeo Community Dance, Fairgrounds, free music provided by Disc Jockey.
8 a.m. 4-H/FFW Round Robin Competition, Open to the Public, Indoor ArenaWinners from showmanship of horses, beef, swine, goats & sheep return for an all-around showmanship competition. Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion awarded.10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Open Class/4-H General Exhibits Open to Public, North Hall10 a.m. Garfield County Fair Parade, hosted by Rifle Chamber of CommerceParade Route: Railroad Ave. from West 16th Street to 3rd Street IMPORTANT: Parade line-up will be on West 6th Street. Check-in and registration at Metro Park. Entry form in this booklet or on-line at http://www.GarfieldCountyFair.com.11:30 a.m. Buyers Barbecue, Event Hall. For livestock buyers at Junior Livestock sale, exhibitors and invited guests only.1 p.m. 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock SaleNoon to 5 p.m. Car Show, Social Service Parking Area4-7 p.m. Open Class Payout, All Entries Removed from South Hall, South Hall
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