Rooks County Free Fair

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Rooks County Free Fair

An outstanding feature of the community is the Rooks County Free Fair, the Fair of Champions since 1879. Large numbers of 4-H, Open Class, and Commercial exhibits show the longstanding pride the County takes in the fair. Besides numerous exhibits, the fair features top notch entertainment, car and motorcycle races, demolition derby, and carnival rides.

Free Hamburger Feed–5:00 PM–7:00 PM
sponsored by Rooks County Farm Bureau, Plainville Livestock, LLC, Doerfler’s Harley-Davidson, Ag Pro Insurance–Joni Jackson
Free Ranch Rodeo–7:00 PM

Gates Open for Motorcycle Races–5:30 PM
Carnival–6:00 PM
Motorcycle Feature Races–7:30 PM

Gates Open for Motorcycle Races–5:00 PM
Carnival–6:00 PM
Motorcycle Feature Races–7:30 PM

Bingo–2:00 PM–4:00PM
Watermelon Feed–4:00 PM
Gates Open for Stock Car Races–5:00 PM
Pet Parade–5:30 PM
Carnival–6:00 PM
Stock Car Races–7:00 PM
Entertainment under the Pavilion–5:30 pm – 7:00 PM & 9:30 PM –11:00 PM

Gates Open for Stock Car Races–5:00 PM
Round Robin–5:30 PM
Carnival–6:00 PM
Stock Car Races–7:00 PM
Lucas Maddy under the Pavilion–5:30 PM – 7:00 PM & 9:30 PM –11:00 PM

Old Timers’ Livestock Judging Contest–9:30 AM
Super Cow/Calf Show–1:00 PM
Carnival–6:00 PM
Entertainment–7:30 PM
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM & 9:30 PM –11:00 PM

Livestock Sale–9:30 AM
Carnival–6:00 PM
Demolition Derby–6:30 PM
Entertainment–5:30 PM – 7:00 PM & 9:30 PM –11:00 PM

Rooks County Free Fair

Address : Stockton fairgrounds / Hwy. 183 (S. Cedar) at 9th Street Stockton KS
Phone : 785-425-7189   (Always call and confirm events.)

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