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Cloud County Fair & NCK Saddle Club Rodeo

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Always call # confirm
Event# 785-262-7900

Event Details

Highlights :
4-H livestock shows, 4-H fashion revue
4-H food stand
4-H and FFA exhibits
Pedal tractor pull
Greased pig contest
Viewing zoo - small farm animals
Sand volleyball tournament
Cornhole toss tournament
Hay bale maze
Local vendors
Food trucks
Mechanical bull (Thursday and Friday)
NCK Saddle Club Rodeo (Friday and Saturday)
Antique tractor pull (Sunday)

Due to COVID-19, social distancing and financial considerations, there will be no carnival for 2020. The carnival and full-schedule fair will return in 2021!

Cloud County Fair & NCK Saddle Club Rodeo

Address : Cloud County Fairgrounds Concordia KS
Phone : 785-262-7900   (Always call and confirm events.)

Web Address :
Additional Notes : 2020 Fair Schedule - http://www.cloudcountyfair.org/2020-fair-schedule

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