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Putnam County Fair in Full Swing

Fun at the Putnam County Fair is far from over. The last two days July 16 and 17 are filled with entertainment.

Friday offers Motorcycle Motocross, the annual 4-H/FFA Livestock Sale, and Scott Honaker in the entertainment tent.

Saturday features the annual Mud Run, Kids Pedal Power Tractor Championship, and Randall King.

Each and every day, the fair offers a plentiful variety of good eats, Oakley The Tree Man, Pirates of the Colombian Caribbean, along with carnival rides and games. Saturday is the last chance to create a fun memory.

Come 11:00 p.m., the fair closes and the 2021 Putnam County Fair will be history. On Sunday the magic that was the fair will disappear.

The exhibits will be picked up and animals removed.

The Pirates of the Colombian Caribbean aerial high wire thrill show is filled with comedy and drama.
The Appalachian Lassies performed traditional Scottish and Irish dancing at the Putnam County Fair on Saturday, July 10. This marks the first time since the 1980’s that the Red House Hill based performance group has been at the fair. The Appalachian Lassies also performed at the Mountain State Arts and Crafts Fair on Independence Day.
The Lamb Show was Sunday, July 11th.
Pictured is produce in the Exhibit Hall.
The Pet Show is a popular event at the fair.
Wayne Massey of Fraziers Bottom took first place in his division with a pull of 269.9 feet.
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