The Moffat County Fair gets underway this week. Those that would like to take advantage of early check-in for 4-H general projects can do so tonight from 6 to 8. Regular check-in is tomorrow morning at 8, with judging to occur at 9. Wednesday’s performance of the Black Mountain Junior Rodeo Series marks the first of the spectator events. That takes place at 6 in the fairgrounds arena. This year’s fair will include annual favorites, such as the Cowboy Baby Contest, the Older Americans Day lunch, livestock shows, and the community barbecue, as well as a couple of new attractions. One of the main attractions will be the Ridin’ and Riggin’ Days Friday, August 7th, which will include a CPRA Sanctioned rodeo, and Mini Bronc Riding. If you would like a complete schedule for this year’s Moffat County Fair, click here.
Moffat County Fair Gets Underway this Week
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