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Dennis Lee graces the TD Bank Stage on the Center Cir- cle. Hypnotist Steve Bayner returns after a 5 year hiatus rounding out the fun. Both will entertain twice daily and 3 times each weekend day. The Kitchen Craft Mystery Cook Off will be the first Saturday. On Veteran's Day the 11th at 5:00 the National Anthem will be performed followed by a flyover by the Gaggle Flight Squadron; vintage WWII era military planes from the Spruce Creek Fly-In; an annual tradition. Also returning are the extremely educational Firefighter


Show, the amazing Welde Bear Show and watch out for Denny the Clown roaming around the grounds. New to the Fair is the Great American Animal Adven-


ture out of Grants Pass, Oregon. The AgVenture Educa- tion Area and GASCAR (can't wait to see Duck Earnhardt race) will be located across from the Livestock barn and the Petting Zoo just inside the West gate. Disconnected K-9's (out of Jacksonville) will also be


making their Volusia County Fair debut. Lawrence and his internationally awarded team have performed at the Mana- tee, Clay and Osceola County Fairs, just to name a few and plays locally at the DeLeon Springs State Park every Janu- ary. Steer entries are up. A Meat Goat auction has been


added to the schedule for Saturday the 13th. The 2010 concert line up is solid. John Michael Mont-


gomery opens up the WSH Concert Series on Friday the 5th at 8:00. On Tuesday the 9th Brenda Lee takes the stage for 2 concerts at 4 & 7. Tuesday is also Senior Day & Student Night with deeply discounted admission for both plus it's Dollar Ride Night; every ride just a buck each. The Fair will open at 11 for Seniors to come out and enjoy lunch. Rounding out the live shows will be Jason Michael Carroll on Saturday the 13th also at 8:00. All concerts are FREE with Gate Admission and there is limited seating; just over 3,000 seats. Deggeller Attractions returns with their ever popular


helicopter which showcased here last year. The first day is still FREE thanks to our 2 returning Major


Opening Day Partners. Last year saw a record opening at- tendance of over 26,000 people. It will be hard to match but fun to try and achieve. The 2009 Opening Day televi- sion commercial is attributed to the 20% increase last year. You can always check out the Volusia County Fair's com- mercials on YouTube. Partnership agreements are holding steady at the time of this writing. We are on track to have the 3rd best year


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Fun In The Sun Sb itd b ar hu, Bafr ony Fi umte y Lua Tes rdod Cut ar The Bradford County Fair will be held March 22 – 26th,


2011 at the Bradford County Fairgrounds in Starke. This year’s theme will be “Fun In The Sun” and will feature Agri- cultural shows and sales, entertainment, gospel night, Sun- burst Beauty Pageant, exhibition booths, food vendors, strawberry auctions, 4-H events, arts and crafts, home divi- sion, and horticulture exhibits. Admission is $5 for ages 6 & older with 5 and under free. Visit our website at www.bradfordcountyfair.net for more info.


Osceola County Fair February 11 – 20, 2011 “Meet Me At The Fair”


Sb itd b a n Rw, Mngr umte y Dw o e aae The Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show and Fair is busy


preparing for the upcoming 67th Annual Osceola County Fair to be held February 11 – 20 at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee. With over 80 daring thrill rides, a fun -filled kiddieland, prize winning games and spectacular shows, there is something for everyone! The Fair offers plenty of traditional favorites such as the


Garden/Antique Tractor Pull, Children’s Pet Show, Draft Horse Pull and the Baby Show. Village Inn’s An- nual Pie Eating Contest is also a featured event. The Exhibition Building will be filled with Arts & Crafts exhibits submitted by Osceola County residents and 4-H members. Commercial exhibitors selling unique goods from around the country will also be on hand. Osceola County Fair will host the State 4-H Dairy


Show. Participants throughout the state compete in cattle judging, showmanship and Dairy Quiz bowl. Other Live- stock shows such as Purebred, Steer, Hog, Lamb, Sheep, Goat, Poultry and Rabbit take place through out the week. The Livestock Sales enable local residents and businesses an opportunity to purchase meat at affordable prices while supporting Osceola County’s youth. In addition to thrilling rides, and games of chance, the


Fair’s midway offers favorite foods such as funnel cakes sprinkled in sugar, candied apples, cotton candy and mouth watering Bar-b-que. Admission is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for Seniors and Children 5-11, Children 4 and under are free. Parking is free. Unlimited ride armband specials are available everyday! Call 321-697-3050 for information or visit www.OsceolaCountyFair.com.


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