Putnam County Agricultural and Industrial Fair, Inc © 2014

County Executive Randy Porter pictured here with the Putnam County Fair Board Team and the 2014 Fairest of the Fair, Heather Henry with the award for the Most Improved Fair in Tennessee – AAA Division of the Tennessee Fair Association in Nashville Saturday night.  Front row --- seated, left to right, Barbara White, Gina Hooper, County Commissioner Cathy Reel, Porter, John Allen, Heather Henry, Jane Sadler, Sally Askew, Brenda Gentry and Tephany Randolph;  Second Row – Standing, left to right Matt Gaw, Jerry Swift, Tim Hartley, Roger Dereske, Glenn Jones, Carl Bilbrey, John Edgington, David Hunter, Wes Roberson, County Commissioner Reggie Shanks,  Pam Thomas and Kay Sliger.

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PUTNAM   COUNTY  FAIR  JULY  30  -  AUGUST  8,  2015

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New Attractions and Changes

 

NEW ATTRACTIONS IN 2015

 

First Ever Hispanic Music Concert

Grupo Piedad and Fire and Glow

 

Five Nights of Motor Sports --

Lawn Mower Races;

Demolition Derby; Monster Trucks;

and two nights of Truck and Tractor Pulls

 

Middle Tennessee Junior Rodeo

 

Little Wrangler Goat Roping

daily 6pm-10 pm, weekendss 4 pm to 10 pm

 

Sawdogs Chainsaw Carvings – daily

 

Jackpot Roping Contest

 

“Vintage Gardens”

By Putnam County Master Gardeners

 

Pioneer Crafts --

Quilting, Weaving,

Spinning and Fiber Crafts,

Soap Making

and a working Blacksmith’s Shop

 

Antique Farm Equipment

and Tractor Exhibition -- daily

 

Two Nights Reduced Admission

for families and Opening Night $1 Admission for

County Appreciation Night