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Washita County Free Fair

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Event# 580-832-3356

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The three day event displays home grown fruits, vegetables and handmade items of every description. Livestock is judged by a team of experts from all over Oklahoma. Each evening the fair features county wide talent in various categories. A city carnival with games are featured along with numerous food booths. Home recipes, preserved foods, handmade quilts and many agriculture related items are displayed and judged throughout the three day event. Cattle, swine, sheep, poultry and equine each have their own show. The OSU Extension Center and Washita County are the sponsors.

Washita County Free Fair


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