From calf-roping to concerts, there is something for everyone at the 74th Hancock County Fair August 28 through September 2.
The fair, at 1107 East Sandusky St., features traditional livestock judging, baked-good auctions, horse shows and rides. Gospel sings, exhibits by the University of Findlay Equestrian programs, a cheer expo and a cookie eating contest to continue the fun. Other highlights include a Calf Scramble Wednesday at the North Grandstand, Tongue N Groove at the North Grandstand on Thursday, the Broken Horn Rodeo on Saturday at the Grandstand, and a Demolition Derby on Sunday at the South Grandstand.
“We try to mix it up a little bit, but keep some continuity,” said Dave Thomas, operations manager for the Hancock County Agricultural Society.
Daily admission fee is $7 at the gate, which allows in one adult and dependents under age 15. Entire fair tickets are $21 and school tickets are $12 and $15 – all are available before the fair starts at the Hancock County Agricultural Society’s office at the fairgrounds. Veterans and adults over 60 pay $2 the first day of the fair. Other events, including the Broken Horn Rodeo, may have
additional admission fees. All tickets include parking.
For more information, visit www.hancockfairgrounds.com or call 419-429-7344.