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Jefferson County Fair

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Enjoy the Carnival Midway, clowns and kid's activities Friday thru Sunday. Plus team roping, horse show and mutton bustin' in the Horse Arena and Youth Livestock Auction.

Thursday evening kicks off with the Pioneer Farm Family Awards and the crowning of Miss Jefferson County.
Friday night is Race Night at the Jefferson County Speedway, featuring 3/4 midget racing action.
Saturday night features Vans BBQ Chicken, plus Mechanical Bull Riding, Horse Arena Events, Open Class Racing and a Hypnotist.
Sunday night don't miss live entertainment in the Grandstand for the entire family.

Jefferson County Fair


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