Hart County Kentucky Fair
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Hart County Kentucky Fair

Member of the Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse Shows

Hart County Fairgrounds
2384 S. Dixie Hwy (31W)
Munfordville, KY 42765


           

Welcome,

Our 2018 Hart County Fair is being held July 2nd through the 7th! Nearly everyone in Hart County has a childhood memory or link to the Fair. You or one of your loved ones may have participated in an event, baked a blueberry cobbler, handcrafted a quilt or entered an award winning vegetable grown in Papaw's garden. You may have come down to take a look at what a friend or relative entered, over the years we know you've made some wonderful memories, serving as a volunteer, or just coming out to walk the midway or ride a ride.
 
This is your Fair, sponsored by the Hart County Fair Association, and is operated on a non-profit basis. Fair officials, directors and workers all serve without pay. It's their loyal and unfailing efforts that have made the Hart County Fair possible for over 130 years. It has taken many hours of volunteer time to reach our present level of improvement and have all of the buildings that are now at the fairgrounds.  

We wish to thank those who have contributed to Phase One of the Agriculture Building & all of the exhibitors for their cooperation & support. Our Fair is an annual community event of which we can all be proud. This year our County Fair celebrates over 131 years of making memories.

This year our fair features a Fun filled Midway featuring some new rides along with all of your favorites! Hart County Fair Week offers events and contests at the Agriculture Building, Show Barn, Horse Ring, Motor Sports Tract and the Food Pavilion. Come out and experience Floral Hall exhibits, 4H, FFA & Open category exhibits, Agricultural & Horticulture exhibits, the annual Quilt contest, Split White Oak basket contest, Fried pie contests, Fried Chicken contest, BBQ contests, an Ice Cream Eating contest, Blackberry Cobbler contest, Livestock Shows, 4H Pet, Dog & Rabbit Show, Mule Show, Dairy Show, Lamb & Sheep Show, Goat Show, Youth Exhibits, Youth Contests, 4H Market Swine Show, & Youth Market Livestock Auction, Horse Show, Tractor driving contest, Mini Car Demolition Derby, 2 Truck Pulls, Live Music, Bicycle Contests, Baby Contests, Tiny Miss & Mister, Little Miss & Mister, Little Miss Princess, Miss Teen Hart Co Fair, Miss Pre-Teen Hart County, Miss Hart County Fair Beauty Pageants and Friday Night Karaoke Contest and a fun filled Saturday Night with Bullwhip Rodeo!

See You at the Fair!
with thanks,
Jimmy England
Hart County Fair Board Association, President




KARAOKE CONTEST
Friday July 6th 2018 at 7:00 pm

Karaoke Contest to be held in the Show Barn!
Registration begins at 6pm
Entry fee is $10.00 per contest.
2 Divisions:12 and under &13 and over.

     Karaoke provided by:
Big Joe’s Karaoke and DJ Service, Magnolia
Approximately 190,000 songs available to choose from!


Our Karaoke Sponsors:
103.7 NASH ICON, State Farm Insurance-Denise Brooks,
Agent Security Seed & Chemical, Bucky Bees BBQ, Jones Home Center,
& Hart County Fair Association!.
 
Fair book has additional rules & information.
Please support our sponsors!
For additional information call Amy Loyall 270-524-3782 after 6pm

*Admittance to the Fair is Not included in Karaoke Contest entry fee.

Miller Spectacular Shows provide Fair Midway rides, games and amusements for the Hart County Fair! Miller Spectacular Shows is a family owned and operated carnival based out of Greenbrier Arkansas. Johnny and Sue  Miller have taken what was once considered a small “county fair” carnival and grown to be one the larger carnivals in the central United States. In addition to our favorites, new rides for this year include; Zero Gravity Sizzler, Mega Bounce & High Flyer Swings, Kiddie Quad Runners, Jeeps and Helicopters. See you at the Fair!


Thank you for sharing your photographs!
Memory slideshow photo credits: Hart Co Historical Society, Jerry Matera, Peggy Avery,
Grace Dunagan, Jimmy England and Hart County News-Herald.

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