Last Updated June 3, 2019

Samantha Elen

Grace Yoder
2019-2020 Asotin County Fair and
Hells Canyon Rodeo Queen

Fairboard Meetings
are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month except July when there is no meetings.
Meetings are at 6:30 p.m. in the Asotin County Commissioner's Chambers
in Asotin, WA.


Would you like to be a Fair Volunteer,
a Judge, Sponsor or Advertise?
Just contact the Fair Office.
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo

 

2019 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Find a Fair Premium Handbook at the Fair Office, the Asotin County Extension office, and at various outlets in Asotin and Clarkston

SUNDAY, MARCH 17
Fair/Rodeo camper sign up at 4:00 PM. Line up in the back parking lot.
For horse weekend, email Jamie Renzelman

SATURDAY, MARCH 23
~9:00-10:00 AM
Style Revue Practice – Boyd Hall
COMMENTARIES & SWATCHES DUE
Youth Clothing & Foods Judging
~10:00 AM-11:00 AM
MANDATORY Performing Arts Practice, Boyd Hall


SATURDAY, MARCH 23
~9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Open Horse Show with all proceeds going to the 4-H Horse Program/Awards
$8.00 per class or $40.00 for the day


SUNDAY, MARCH 24
~1:00 PM
Royalty 2020 Try Outs

SATURDAY, APRIL 6
~9:00 AM-5:00 PM
4H FFA Dog Show and Rally, Bennett Building

TUESDAY, APRIL 9
~6:00-9:00 PM
PHONE IN KIDS RODEO and OPEN RODEO ENTRY
More information for Kids Rodeo
More information for Open Rodeo

Open Rodeo Contestant Entry Fees:
General $70 • Bull Riding $100


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10
~6:00-9:00 PM
PHONE IN KIDS RODEO and OPEN RODEO ENTRY
More information for Kids Rodeo
More information for Open Rodeo

Open Rodeo Contestant Entry Fees:
General $70 • Bull Riding $100


THURSDAY, APRIL 11
~6:00-9:00 PM
PHONE IN KIDS RODEO and OPEN RODEO ENTRY
More information for Kids Rodeo
More information for Open Rodeo

Open Rodeo Contestant Entry Fees:
General $70 • Bull Riding $100

FRIDAY, APRIL 12
~3:00-7:00 PM
Enter all 4-H Clothing & Textiles, Extra Knitted and Crocheted project exhibits – Boyd Hall
~4:00-6:00 PM
Style Revue Practice – Boyd Hall
Youth Clothing & Foods Judging Contest

SATURDAY, APRIL13
~8:00 AM
4-H Clothing & Textile Judging, Boyd Hall
~12:00 PM
Fashion/Model Revue Judging & Interviews, Boyd Hall
THIS EVENT IS CLOSED TO PARENTS AND GENERAL PUBLIC

FRIDAY, APRIL 12
~4:00–7:00 PM
Park Campers for Horse Show 4H & FFA Weekend (NO EXCEPTIONS)

SATURDAY, APRIL 13
~8:00 - 4:00
4-H & FFA HORSE SHOW (FREE ADMISSION)
In each class, Seniors show first, Intermediate next, Juniors last
CLASS 301 - SHOWMANSHIP
CLASS 302 - ENGLISH EQUITATION
CLASS 303 - HUNTER HACK
CLASS 304 - STOCK SEAT EQUITATION
CLASS 305 - NOVICE WALK TROT EQUITATION
CLASS 306 - REINING
CLASS 307 - TRAIL
CLASS 308 - BAREBACK EQUITATION
CLASS 309 - COSTUME CLASS


SUNDAY, APRIL 14
~9:00 - 4:00
4-H & FFA HORSE SHOW (FREE ADMISSION)
In each class, Seniors show first, Intermediate next, Juniors last
CLASS 310 - FIGURE 8 STAKE RACE
CLASS 311 - POLE BENDING
CLASS 312 - KEY RACE
CLASS 313 - WESTERN JUMPING
CLASS 314 - INTERNATIONAL FLAG RACE
CLASS 315 - TEXAS BARREL RACE
~5:00 - 6:00 PM - Remove Campers Horse Weekend (Out of spots, Upper Level)

THURSDAY, APRIL 18
~7:00 PM
4-H Style Revue & Performing Arts Night, FREE, Open to the Public - Boyd Hall


SUNDAY, APRIL 21
5:00 - 7:00 PM
Park campers for Fair weekend

MONDAY, APRIL 22
~3:00-7:00 PM •
Boyd Hall Enter 4-H & FFA Arts & Crafts, Photography,Woodworking
~3:00-7:00 PM •
Bennett Building Enter 4H/FFA Educational Displays & Posters, General Projects,
(Mechanical, Social, Environmental Sciences)
~3:00-7:00 PM •
Enter Open Class Exhibits
• Boyd Hall: Jr & Teen Arts & Crafts, Photo, Papercraft
• Floch Hall: Adult Arts & Crafts, Photography, All Clothings & Household, Knitting, Crocheting
~5:30-8:00 PM
Park campers for fair weekend


TUESDAY, APRIL 23
Exhibit Halls are Closed to the Public
~9:00 AM
Judging of 4-H/FFA & Open Class Exhibits - Boyd & Floch Halls
~11:30 AM
Judges & Volunteer Luncheon Potluck

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
Exhibit Halls are Closed to the Public
~3:00-7:00 PM
Floch Hall - Enter Open Class Foods, Canning, Produce, Wine/Beer, Table Setting, Gift Baskets Entries, Pies for Apple Pie Contest,
Floch Hall - Open Class Decorated Cakes
Boyd Hall - Enter All 4-H Foods, 4-H Canning
Boyd Hall - Enter FFA Eggs
Boyd Hall - Enter 4-H Decorated Cakes
~4:00-8:00 PM

Boyd Hall, Enter FFA Ag Mechanics Exhibits
~6:00 PM
Rodeo Arena -
Ladies’ Night Out, Barrels & Breakaway
~7:00 PM
Sales Arena - Mandatory Livestock Exhibitors Meeting
All Livestock Exhibitors Must Attend One meeting to Receive Wrist Bands.


THURSDAY, APRIL 25
Exhibit Halls are Closed to the Public
~8:00-11:00 AM
Floch Hall - Enter Open Class Flower Show Exhibits
Floch Hall - Enter Pies for Apple Pie Contest
~8:00 -2:00 PM
Boyd Hall - Enter FFA Garden/Flower Exhibits
Boyd Hall - 4-H Plant & Soil Science Exhibits
~9:00 AM
Floch Hall - Judging of Open Class Foods and Food Preservation
Boyd Hall - Judging of 4-H Foods Exhibits
~11:30 AM
Judges & Volunteer Luncheon Potluck
~12:30 PM
Decorated Cakes Judging
Floch Hall - Judging Open Class Floral Exhibits
~12:00-6:00 PM
Enter Livestock Exhibits at Barns – Weigh In (Line-up
Area in Main Parking Lot)

~3:00 PM
Boyd Hall - Judging of FFA Ag Mechanics & FFA
Greenhouse Exhibits, 4-H Plant & Soil Science Exhibits
~6:00 PM
Rodeo Arena,
Men’s Night Out, Team Roping
~7:00 PM
Sales Arena - Mandatory Livestock Exhibitors Meeting
All Livestock Exhibitors Must Attend
One meeting to Receive Wrist Bands.
~4:00-9:00 PM -
Downtown Asotin, Carnival -
2 for 1 night, If you are interested in carnival passes, click here for on-line purchase or email Peggy Hansford at hansfordpeggy@yahoo.com or call 208-791-1451

FRIDAY, APRIL 26
~8:00 AM
Upper Level Arena - 4-H & FFA Horse Judging Contest
Bennett Pavilion - FFA Meats Evaluation Contest

9:00 AM - 9:00 AM
EXHIBIT HALLS & BARNS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
78th Asotin County Fair
Theme: "Springs First Fling"; Colors: Teal, Purple, Gold, Brown;
Flowers: Any


~Various Times
Boyd Hall - 4-H Clothing, Baking & Food Preparation Activities and Demonstrations
~9:00 AM
Beef Show Ring, 4-H & FFA Livestock Judging Contest
Rabbit Barn, Fitting & Showing-Rabbits/Cavy
Poultry Barn - Quality Judging - Poultry
~10:00 AM
Floch Hall, Apple Pie Judging
~11:30 AM
Swine Arena, Quality Judging-Swine
~12:30 PM
Beef Arena, Quality Judging-Beef
Rabbit Barn, Quality Judging-Rabbits/Cavy
Sheep Arena - Quality Judging Sheep
Sheep Arena (Follow After Sheep) - Quality Judging Goats
~1:00 PM
Downtown Asotin, Carnival, If you are interested in carnival passes, click here for on-line purchase or email Peggy Hansford at hansfordpeggy@yahoo.com or call 208-791-1451
~4:00PM
Rabbit Barn, Cat & Hedgehog Show
~7:00 PM

Open Rodeo

SATURDAY, APRIL 27
~6:00-9:30 AM,
Upper Level Bennett Pavilion - Cowboy Breakfast - $5.00
~8:00 AM-9:00 PM

EXHIBIT HALLS & BARNS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
78th Asotin County Fair
Theme: "Springs First Fling"; Colors: Teal, Purple, Gold, Brown;
Flowers: Any

~Various Times
4-H Clothing, Baking & Food Preparation Activities and Demonstrations - Boyd Hall
~8:00 AM
Swine Arena, Fitting & Showing – Swine
~9:00 AM
Fitting & Showing – Sheep then Goats
~10:00 AM
Downtown Asotin,
Parade
Downtown Asotin, Carnival, If you are interested in carnival passes, click here for on-line purchase or email Peggy Hansford at hansfordpeggy@yahoo.com or call 208-791-1451
~11:00 AM
Fitting & Showing – Beef
~11:00-3:00 PM
(NEW LOCATION) 2ND & FILMORE ST, NEXT TO THE MUSEUM), ASOTIN COUNTY CATTLEMEN & CATTLEWOMEN’S BBQ

more information

~1:00 PM
Rodeo Arena,
Open Rodeo
Rabbit Barn, Fitting and Showing-Poultry
~4:30 PM
Sales Arena, Lower Level, Livestock Auction: 4-H & FFA Market Animals


SUNDAY, APRIL 28
~8:00 AM-10:00 AM
4-H & FFA Horse Medals Class
~8:00 AM-4:00 PM

EXHIBIT HALLS & BARNS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
78th Asotin County Fair
Theme: "Springs First Fling"; Colors: Teal, Purple, Gold, Brown;
Flowers: Any

~Various Times
Boyd Hall, 4-H Clothing, Baking & Food Preparation Activities and Demonstrations
~8:30 AM
Beef Arena, Round Robin Fitting & Showing - Large Animals-start in Beef Arena
~9:00-10:30 AM
Bennett Pavillion, Cowboy Church - Coordinated by Jim Bullard
~9:30 AM
Kid’s Scavenger Hunt (18 & Under)
~10:00 AM
Beef Arena, Small Animal Round Robin, Small Animals start in Beef Arena
~11:00 AM

Tough Enough to Wear Pink
Adult Fitting & Showing - Sign Up at Fair Office
~1:00 PM
Upper Level Arena, Kids Rodeo, WILD COW MILKING AFTER THE RODEO
~3:00 PM
Beef Arena, Special 4-H & FFA Awards Program
~4:00 PM
Exhibit Halls & Barns Close - Fair Closes
~7:00 PM-9:00 PM
Remove Campers (NO EARLIER, NO EXCEPTIONS)

MONDAY, APRIL 30
~4:00-7:00 PM - 4-H, FFA & Open Class exhibits must be removed
from the Halls. PLEASE USE BACK GATE!
~4:00 PM-7:00 PM -
ALL CAMPERS MUST BE MOVED


2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
2013 Asotin County Rodeo
 
 

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