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Steer show, harness racing at fair

The Junior Fair Steer Show highlights activities tonight at the Hardin County Fair. The show begins at 7 p.m. in the arena.
Also featured is harness racing at 6 p.m. in the grandstand.
Another nice weather day Wednesday produced a good turnout at the fair. Estimated attendance was 7,000, up from 6,149 a year ago. The paid gate was 1,250 compared to 1,098 in 2012. The Swing Choir Show drew a paid gate of 1,250 versus 1,098 last year.

Thursday, Sept. 5
3 p.m. – Junior Fair Breed and Beef Feeders Show, arena
4:30 p.m. – Children’s Rabbit Showmanship, followed by Open Class Rabbit Show, rabbit area
6 p.m., harness racing, grandstand
7 p.m. Junior Fair Steer Show, arena
10 p.m. – Exhibit buildings and rides close
Friday, Sept. 6
Senior Citizen’s Day
7:30 a.m. – Gates open
8 a.m. – Born in Hardin County Market Hog Show, arena
9 a.m. – Open Class Draft Horse and Pony Show, grandstand
10 a.m. – Exhibit buildings open; Senior citizens free meal ticket and entertainment, entertainment shelterhouse
11 a.m. – Beef Dish Judging, Community Building
11:30 a.m. – Antique Tractor Parade, grandstand
Noon – Rides open; Open Class Dairy Show, arena; Flower Show, Arts and Crafts Building; Children’s Dairy Showmanship, arena
1 p.m. – Homemakers Demonstrations, Community Building
7 p.m. – Renewable Energy Trends and Policy Overview by Eric Romich, OSU Extension field specialist, Community Building
8 p.m. – A-Bar Rodeo, grandstand
10 p.m. – Exhibit buildings and rides close

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