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Neversink Agricultural Society's Little World's Fair in Grahamsville, NY

GRAHAMSVILLE – 140th Grahamsville Little World’s Fair

 

Family Fun at Grahamsville Little World’s Fair!

 

Hosted by the Neversink Agricultural Society, Inc.

 

 

August 16th – 18th, 2019

 

Fair Hours:

Friday, 8/16: 9 am – 10 pm

Saturday, 8/17: 9 am – 11 pm

Sunday, 8/18: 9 am – 6 pm

 

Rides begin at noon each day.

 

 

Admission Prices:

Ages 4 & Under and 75 & Older – FREE!

Ages 5 – 11: $3

Ages 12 – 74: $6

 

Admission includes free parking, access to exhibits and contests, and free entertainment!

 

 

Ride Prices:

(most rides require 3 tickets each)

Individual Tickets – $1.25 each

Sheet of 20 Tickets – $25

Sheet of 40 Tickets – $40

 

Bracelets:

$20 for unlimited rides!

Bracelets available Friday & Sunday only!

 

 

Fair Schedule:

 

Thursday, August 15th, 2019

10 am Youth Equine Fun Show (Main Ring)

2 pm Youth Rabbit and Cavy Showmanship and Judging (Livestock Building)

 

Friday, August 16th, 2019

ALL DAY Family Activities (Youth Building)

9 am Open Horse Show (Main Ring)

11 am 4-H Public Presentations (Main Stage)

12 pm Rides Open (Bracelets & Tickets)

12 pm Flying High Dogs (Main Ring)

1 pm Mad Science (Main Stage)

1 pm Youth Poultry and Egg Judging (Livestock Building)

2 pm Liberty Moo Duk Kwan Academy Demo (Main Stage)

2 pm 4-H Cloverbud – Tell Me About it! (Youth Building)

3 pm Youth and Open Sheep Show (Upper Ring)

3 pm Mad Science (Main Stage)

4 pm Youth and Open Goat Show (Upper Ring)

4 pm Music with Albi Beluli (Main Stage)

5 pm Mad Science (Main Stage)

5 pm Youth Alpaca Show (Upper Ring)

6 pm Flying High Dogs (Main Ring)

6 pm Opening Ceremony for the 140th Annual Grahamsville Little World’s Fair

7 pm Music with The Reservoir Dawgs (Main Stage)

7:30 pm Flying High Dogs (Main Ring)

 

Saturday, August 17th, 2019

ALL DAY Family Activities (Youth Building)

10 am Youth and Open Dairy Show (Upper Ring)

11 am Flying High Dogs (Main Ring)

12 pm Rides Open (Tickets Only)

12 pm Draft Horse Pull (Main Ring)

12 pm Mad Science (Main Stage)

1 pm Watermelon Eating Contest (Main Stage)

2 pm Mad Science (Main Stage)

3 pm Music with Far Beyond Gone (Main Stage)

4 pm Mad Science (Main Stage)

4:30 pm Flying High Dogs (Main Ring)

5 pm Music with Far Beyond Gone (Main Stage)

5:30 pm Bessie Bingo (Main Ring)

6:30 pm Tug-Of-War Competitions (Main Ring)

7:30 pm Music with Hillbilly Parade (Main Stage)

7:30 pm Flying High Dogs (Main Ring)

9:30 pm Spectacular FIREWORKS Display!!

 

Sunday, August 18th, 2019

ALL DAY Family Activities (Youth Building)

9 am Open Rabbit Show (Livestock Building)

9:30 am Youth and Open Beef Show (Upper Ring)

10 am Children’s Superhero Fun Run (Main Ring)

10:30 am Children’s Superhero Fun Run Awards Ceremony

10:30 am Vintage Garden Tractor Show – (Near Horse Barn)

10:30 am Mad Science (Main Stage)

11 am Flying High Dogs (Main Ring)

11 am 4-H Pie Auction (Main Stage)

12 pm Rides Open (Bracelets & Tickets)

12 pm Cruizin’ the Grahamsville Fair Classic Car Show

12 pm Mad Science (Main Stage)

12:30 pm Youth Livestock Auction (Upper Ring)

1 pm Vintage Garden Tractor Parade

1 pm Music with Fast Forward (Main Stage)

2 pm Mad Science (Main Stage)

3 pm Vintage Garden Tractor Show Awards Ceremony

3:15 pm Music with Fast Forward (Main Stage)

4:30 pm Flying High Dogs (Main Ring)

 

 

Come on out to the 140th Grahamsville Little World’s Fair! The Grahamsville Little World’s Fair is the longest running independent fair in New York, offering three days of old-fashioned family fun! As always, we will have rides and games by Shamrock Shows, livestock exhibits, food and craft vendors, free entertainment for all and a whole lot more!

 

Visit Grahamsville World’s Fair on Facebook

 

Facebook Event Link

ALTAMONT – The Altamont Fair

 

The Capital Region’s Altamont Fair!

 

Summer. Fun. Tradition.

 

 

Tuesday, August 13 – Sunday, August 18, 2019

 

8 am fair opens for livestock shows.

11 am Exhibits and vendors open

 

Midway hours:

12 – 10 pm Tuesday – Thursday,

12 – 11 pm Friday – Saturday

12 – 10 pm Sunday

 

 

Pay-one-price admission

(includes rides, shows, attractions and exhibits)

For adults and children 36 inches or taller

$17 Tuesday – Wednesday;

$19 Thursday – Sunday on site, or $15 online in advance. (Pre-sale ends at 11:59 pm Mon., Aug. 12th)

 

 

* On Wednesday, August 14th, seniors 65 & older, active duty military and veterans, and Grange members are admitted free (rides included) with ID until 6 pm *

 

 

The Capital Region’s hometown fair features midway rides and games, Royal Hanneford Circus, World of Wonders sideshow acts under the big top, Fearless Flores Family Motorcycle Thrill Show, live music, motorsports, Dynamo Dogs show, Jennifer’s All Creatures Barnyard Races & Petting Zoo, Jay Mattioli Magic Show, Sherman’s Lumberjack Show, livestock events, horse and pony shows, agriculture presentations, exhibits, Farmers Market, Altamont Country Store, Blue Ribbon Cooking Center activities, museum attractions, demonstrations, competitions, Beer Saloon, favorite fair food and more.

 

Fair Highlights:

 

Monster Trucks Meet & Greet (5 pm) and Freestyle Event (7 pm Tuesday)

Nite Train and The High Voltage Horns (7 pm Wednesday)

Skeeter Creek (Modern Country Music; 8 pm Thursday)

The Refrigerators (Horn-fueled Party Band; 7:30 pm Friday)

Big Sky Country (8 pm Saturday)

Demolition Derby (2 pm Sunday)

 

DAILY SCHEDULES:

Tuesday, August 13th

Wednesday, August 14th

Thursday, August 15th

Friday, August 16th

Saturday, August 17th

Sunday, August 18th

 

VENDOR COUPONS

 

For more information, call the Altamont Fair at 518-861-6671 or Dreamland Amusements midway at 866-666-3247.

 

Altamont Fair on Facebook

NEW PALTZ – Ulster County Fair

 

Tuesday, July 30 – August 4, 2019

 

Wednesday, 7/31 & Thursday, 8/1: 10 am – 10 pm

Friday, 8/2 & Saturday, 8/3:  10 am to Midnight

Sunday, 8/4: 10 am – 8 pm

 

 

* Rides open at 11 am *

 

 

GENERAL ADMISSION

$17

Pay One Price!

For adults and children 36 inches and taller

Includes Rides, Shows & Entertainment

Children 36″ and taller will require a wrist band

 

 

CAR LOAD NIGHT

Tuesday, July 30th

$50 per car

Opens at 4 pm

Maximum of 8 People Per Car

Includes admission, rides, shows and entertainment

 

 

SENIOR DAY

Thursday, August 1st

Free Admission for Seniors Ages 62 & older

10 am – 4 pm

Must show proof of age

 

 

This family-fun tradition since 1886 features midway rides and games for all ages, concerts, an educational petting zoo, Wednesday night fireworks, horse shows, livestock shows and pulling contests, truck and tractor pulls, chainsaw carving, wool spinning and weaving demonstrations, 4-H and community exhibits, favorite fair food and more!

 

Daily entertainment includes “The Strong Man” John Beatty, the old-time Amazing Patent Medicine and Magic Show, Robinson’s Racing Pigs, Two By Two Zoo and chainsaw carver Josh Landry.

 

Headline concert acts are 90 Proof (Rock/Country; 7:30 pm Tuesday); Craig Morgan (Country/ Faith-based, 8 pm Wednesday); Confederate Railroad (Country, 8 pm Thursday); Little Texas (Country, 8 pm Friday); Cook & Belle (Country, 7 pm Saturday); Seth Cook (Country, 8 pm Saturday); and Fran Cosmo, formerly of Boston (Rock, 5:30 pm Sunday).

 

Other events include the Garden Tractor Pull (6 pm Tuesday); Horse Shows (Wednesday – Sunday); Truck Pull (7 pm Thursday); Antique Tractor Pull (6 pm Friday); and Baby Contest (11 am Sunday).

 

 

Exhibits

 

FAQ’s

 

 

FREE PARKING

 

Visit Ulster County Fair on Facebook, Instagram and at https://ulstercountyfair.com

 

For more information, call the fair office at 845-255-1380 or Dreamland Amusements (midway) at 866-666-3247.

WAPPINGERS FALLS – FREE! Open Barn @ Stony Kill Farm

 

 

Free Open Barn tours at Stony Kill Farm on weekends! 

 

Saturdays & Sundays

 

February through November

 

11 am – 1 pm

 

(with the exception of days on which special events are held and holidays)

 

Stony Kill maintains a working farm housing chickens, cows, pigs, and sheep. Our Farm Supervisor oversees the operations, and the daily care of the farm animals is done by our Livestock Caretakers. We rely heavily on volunteers to assist with maintenance and to give the public the opportunity to visit the farm.