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Rundown Of Day One At The Langlade County Youth Fair

July 25, 2012

Rusty Mehlberg

Rusty Mehlberg

The 2012 Langlade County Youth Fair officially gets underway this Wednesday. The five day event is expected to bring thousands to the fairground in Antigo for a wide variety of events.

Like years past, the first day will be dominantly a day for the Langlade County 4-H program. Judging for several dozen projects will be taking place during the afternoon hours inside the Multi-Purpose building. Projects ranging from photography to arts and crafts to woodworking to food and nutrition will be displayed in the Multi-Purpose Building throughout the fair for the public to see.

Also scheduled to be judge today will be the Plant and Soil Science entries in the Grey Building during the afternoon, the junior and open poultry entries in the Grey Building at 3 p.m., and swine judging in the Dairy Barn at 6 p.m.

For the public's enjoyment, they can check out the 4-H Horse Show, which will run from 9 to 3 in the Horse Arena inside the county race track. As for the Midway, that will open up at 5 p.m. This evening from 6 to 11 will be one of three wristband times where people can get unlimited rides for $20. As for the main entertainment items, the Grandstand will feature the PI Motorsports truck/tractor pull at 7 p.m. The Midway Music Tent will have Tuscan Road play at 7 p.m. with a variety of music.

A reminder that the fair is free to enter but there is a charge for parking.

by Rusty Mehlberg

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