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Johnson County Fair

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Event# 402-335-7050

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The Veteran's Parade and Big Fair Parade are held on Sunday evening and always draw a huge crowd along the parade route from the downtown square to the fairgrounds. Click here to print a copy of the Sunday Parade Entry Form.
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The Johnson County Fair is held the third weekend in August every summer. Click here to view the 4-H schedule.
The County 4-H participants showcase their projects, animals and skills during the Fair. Click here to link to the 4-H page.
Carnival rides (armband nights Thursday, Friday & Saturday 6-10 p.m. and Sunday 1-5 p.m. $20), 4-H judging, grandstand shows, antique tractor pull, special events, kids rodeo Saturday, and Church Service Sunday morning are all part of the activities at the Fair.
The Premium Livestock Sale will be on Sunday, August 18th at 7:00 p.m.

Johnson County Fair

Address : Johnson County Fairgrounds Tecumseh NE
Phone : 402-335-7050   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Additional Notes : City page www.tecumsehne.com/johnson-county-fair1.html

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