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Posted by Randy on 2014/6/9 4:11:23 (778 reads) News by the same author

Entertainment has been announced for this years' North Central Missouri Fair.
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The first event is actually before the traditional “fair week” in Trenton. What's called “the battle of the bands” is scheduled Saturday night July 26th at 7 o'clock in the grandstand area.

The fair begins Tuesday July 29th with the early evening parade at 5:30; the FFA alumni barbecue is at 6 o'clock; and the coronation of the fair queen will be at 7 o'clock-- this time in the courtyard next to the Rock Barn.

Wednesday night, the fair offers a tractor pull by the North Missouri Farm Pullers
Association. It starts at 7 o'clock. On Thursday July 31st, the fair features bull-riding
competition at 7:30. It'll be preceded by the kids event “muttin bustin” at 6:30.

Events Friday August include the A-T-V and dirt bike moto-cross races at 7 o'clock. PAR Broadcasting's Country Showdown – a local talent contest – will be held at 7:30 in the courtyard next to the Trenton Rock Barn.

For Saturday August 2nd, events include a horse show at 9 o'clock at the North Missouri Saddle Club arena; FFA-sponsored baby show at 10 o'clock in the courtyard; there's a new event at 1 o'clock – arm wrestling at the grandstand arena; and the fair concludes with the annual demolition derby at 7 o'clock.

Other events of fair week July 29th through August 2nd include a nightly carnival; FFA cook shack; judging of livestock; exhibits and displays. North Central Missouri Fair officials operate a beer stand in the grandstand area only; at selected events.

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