Photo Story: Day 1 of the Klamath County Fair
The first day of the Klamath County Fair did not disappoint. The entertainment was strong, food was excellent, vendors were friendly and outgoing. But most importantly, 4-H and FFA Members began showing their animals - poultry, dairy, meat & pygmy goats, sheep, dairy cattle, and beef.
Entertainment for day one of the fair was headlined by the 2018 ACM Winner for New Vocal Duo or Group of the Year, Midland, in side the Event Center.
Today, Friday, August 2, the festivities continue showcasing the best of what Klamath County has to offer. 4-H and FFA members will be showing swine, beef, sheep, and goat. Entertainers Alfred & Seymour, The Band Fresh, The Rock Bottom Boys all play the KLAD main stage. Jon Wolfe brings his traditional country sounds to the big stage as he headlines the tonight’s entertainment. And finally, Jessie Leigh will rock the Catch Pen after the Jon Wolfe concert.
Be sure to check out the 4-H exhibits and the open exhibits too. There are some very talented people in Klamath County showcasing their work in the fair while trying to earn a blue ribbon.
Hours of the remaining days of the 2019 Klamath County Fair are:
Friday, 10am to Midnight
Saturday, 10am to Midnight
Sunday, 10am to 8pm
For more information on the fair schedule visit, https://www.klamathcountyfair.com/fairschedule
New hog pens
Traci Reed, 4-H Program Manager, provides an update on the new animal pens located inside the Butler Barn. Reed discusses how they were funded and what is next to complete the project.