POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Fair began Monday with events like the Little Mister and Little Miss contest, Mason County Fair Queen Pageant and market hog show.
The fair unofficially got under way Saturday with the annual fair parade which had participants from across Mason County converging in downtown Point Pleasant.
Due to press times, results and photos from fair events held on Monday and Tuesday will not appear until Wednesday’s print edition of the Point Pleasant Register. In addition, this year, the Point Pleasant Register will be expanding the daily newspapers Wednesday-Saturday this week to include special “fair wraps.” These will be four additional pages of the newspaper dedicated exclusively to fair coverage. The rest of the daily newspaper and other daily features will appear inside and will include a traditional “front page” as well as the obituaries, sports, etc.
In addition, those who wish to get their fair coverage and results as they become available can like the Point Pleasant Register’s Facebook page or go to www.mydailyregister.com. Results and photos will be posted as soon as possible.
Fair events for Tuesday and Wednesday are as follows:
Tuesday, Aug. 11
9 a.m., fair opens; 9:15 a.m., kid kids show; 11 a.m., market meat goat show/junior dairy/open goat show; noon, egg toss; 1 p.m., CEOS Demonstration on stage in junior building; 4 p.m., Bo Rickard Youth in Gospel Sing on main stage; 5:30 p.m., Harry Rhodes Gospel Sing on main stage; 5:45 p.m., Point Pleasant High School Black Knight Band performs on inside stage, 4-H scholarship awards; 6 p.m., antique tractor pull, market lamb show and special lamb show; 8 p.m., Gospel Showcase Spotlight on main stage; 9 p.m., Ricky Atkinson and Compassion performs on the main stage, banana eating contest; 11 p.m., gates close.
Wednesday, Aug. 12
9 a.m., fair opens; 10 a.m., treasure hunt; noon, hay bale toss; 1 p.m., pie eating contest; 3 p.m., replacement heifer show; 5:30 p.m., Wahama High School White Falcon Band performs on inside stage; 6 p.m., commercial feeder calf show; 7 p.m., 4-H Leader Memorial Award in the junior building, demolition derby, riding lawnmower derby and power wheels; 9 p.m., Crush, a Bon Jovi tribute band, performs on the main stage, potato sack race; 11 p.m., gates close.
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