Putnam County Fair to feature Travis Tritt

Travis Tritt

Country music singer Travis Tritt is among the entertainers for the Putnam County Fair at Unionville next month. Tritt closes out the fair with a performance the night of Saturday, September 10th at 7:30.

The fair opens with horse shows one week earlier on September 3rd.

Among activities on Tuesday, September 6th are cat and dog shows, a performance by the Putnam County High School band, a kiddie pedal tractor pull, a dance performance by Unionville Cheer Explosion, the fair queen contest, rabbit and poultry judging, a

clover kids small livestock show, mutton bustin, Stick horse racing and relay races, a bull buck out, and trick riding.

Events Wednesday, September 7th include senior games, wild animal shows, dairy cattle judging, an informational session about gardening, the Noe Palma Band, goat shows, a swine show, and a demolition derby.

The lineup September 8th features a sheep show, a baby show, an informational session on weaving looms, breeding cattle and steer shows, the coming home gospel band, wild animal shows, a master showman competition, and entertainment by Dailey and Vincent.

Activities Friday September 9th at the fair include an antique tractor parade and display, a 4h/FFA livestock buyer appreciation lunch, a taxidermy display, a 4h/FFA junior livestock sale, a program about Putnam County feeder calf sale history, wild animal shows, a rooster crowing contest, an open bottle baby livestock show, a tractor pull, and the Kevin Morris Band.

Events on Saturday, September 10th include horse show pitching, an ATV rodeo, kid’s games, logging arts/pulling track, wild animal shows, dog racing, a jackpot open cattle show, a pie contest, and auction, a greased pig contest, and entertainment by country music singer Travis Tritt. Tickets for the show may be purchased at the Putnam County Fair’s website.

The fair also includes a NASCAR simulator September 6th through 10th; various exhibits, flowers, crops, and vegetables; a Star Wars feature on September 8th and 9th; and a taxidermy display September 9th and 10th.