Johnson County Fair

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Event Details

First full week in August - Starting Monday with Open Youth Rodeo. Following nights include, Mutton bustin', Calf Scramble, Greased Pig race, Cow milking contest, stick horse race, pedal pull, egg gathering, draft horse team pulling contest, bull blast, barrel racing, amateur flat track racing, parade on Saturday, and Demolition Derby. Horse shows, rabbit shows, dog shows, animal shows, midway entertainment, and carnival.

Johnson County Fair

Address : Johnson County Fairgrounds, 136 E. Washington Gardner KS
Phone : 913-856-8860   (Always call and confirm events.)

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County Fairs

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Lanesfield School Historic Site

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Lanesfield School Historic Site is a tribute to rural schooling. It consists of a restored one-room schoolhouse, outbuildings and a visitor's center featuring an exhibit on Kansas'one-room schools called "Just Plain Simple:

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Turner Barn

Gardner's Turner Barn is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1898 for W.T. Turner by Arthur J. Clinton of Spring Hill, Kansas. Clinton's trademark on the many barns he built was the "double-diamond"

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Harkey House

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Gardner Historical Museum

The Herman B. Foster house was built in the Spring of 1893. A classic example of Folk Victorian architecture, the house was the residence of one of Gardner's early storekeepers, a partner in the Bigelow-Foster Mercantile Company. In 1902

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Prairie Wetland

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