Bay County Fair and Youth Exposition Set For August 9 -13, 2011
July 24, 2011
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By: Julie McCallum, Entertainment Editor
The Bay County Fair Board of Directors announces the Bay County Fair and Youth Exposition on August 9th 2011, through August 13th 2011. (Bay County Fairgrounds, 800 Livingston Ave)
The Bay County Fair and Youth Exposition is proud to offer a full week of activities, which will be fun for the whole family.
Highlights of the 2011 Bay County Fair include:
Midway Featuring Schmidt Amusements
Daily 2 pm to 10 pm
Wrist Bands $5 Ride All Day on Tuesday August 9
Wrist Bands $10 to Ride All Day Wednesday August 10 - 13
Thursday August 11 @ 5:30pmFire Fighter Chili Cook-Off
Friday August 12 starting @ 11:0am
The Flying Wallendas
3 Performances Daily
(During Carnival Hours)
Grandstand Events are as follows:
$10 for adults, $5 for children 10 & under
Grandstands open 1 hour before show .
(No food or beverages are allowed to be brought in to event. Adult beverages, food and soft drinks will be available for purchase)
Thursday August 11 - Bump 'n Grind @ 7 pm
Friday August 12 - Figure 8 @ 7 pm
Saturday August 13 - Mud Bog @ 7 pm
It is the goal and intent of the 2011 Bay County Fair Board of Directors to build a fair that will showcase this county's agriculture, business, and youth driven initiatives. This Board of Directors would like to carry on the inspiration of Bay County's very first fair of 1865.
Since 1865 fair activities have been strongly supported by both the residents and businesses of Bay County, and those supporters have not gone unnoticed. Countless numbers of volunteers and financial contributions have made this fair something Bay County can truly be proud of.
Person's or businesses interested in becoming a volunteer, sponsor, or vendor of the Bay County Fair and Youth Exposition should call the Bay County Fair office @ 989-895-3744. www.baycountyfair.com
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