These events offer some some special opportunities for fair-goers!
For information on the parade or barbeque, please go to the
Parade & BBQ page.
HASKELL COUNTY FAIR SHOOTOUT QUALIFYING ROPING
Saturday, July 20
7:00pm, Rodeo Arena
4 Head Progressive on 1
$125 per person/Rope 4 times (Cash only, no checks allowed)
Payback will be in cash and determined by number of entries. Top 10
teams will move on to rope in the Haskell County Fair Rodeo on July
24 and 25. Winners will receive a buckle to be presented at the rodeo.
Participants must be a local resident, a Haskell County native, or a graduate
of Sublette, Satanta, or Copeland schools to qualify to rope.
All entries will be placed in a box, and the partners will be drawn. The team
chooses who will be the header and heeler. Once selected, you must
rope the same way each time.
To pre-enter, call Jerri Paris (620) 675-5263. No entries will be accepted after 6 p.m. on July 20óno exceptions!
For questions, call Jerry Paris (620) 675-5232 or Charlie Paris (620) 290-5645
MEALS at the fairgrounds Served daily in the Commercial Building, Tuesday through Thursday
Lunch: 11:00am - 1:00pm
Supper: 5:00pm - 7:30pm
Tuesday, July 23
Lunch: Sublette United Methodist Women
No supper will be served
Wednesday, July 24
Lunch: Sublette American Legion
Supper: Jesus Christ One Way Church
Thursday, July 25
Lunch: St. Alphonsus Knights of Columbus
Daily, Tuesday through Thursday
10:00am - 8:00pm, Commercial Building
Check out what products and services area businesses and groups have to offer!
4-H FOOD AUCTION
Tuesday, July 23
5:00pm, Commercial Building
Plan to attend the food auction this year! The profits from this sale go to the Haskell
County 4-H Council, which helps fund camps, officer training, county club days, and several
other county-wide activities.
PEACE, LOVE & RODEO NIGHT Far Out, Cowboy! Tuesday, July 23 at the Fair Grounds Shelter
Free Hot Dog Feed 6:00pm
Homemade Ice Cream Contest & Apple Pie sampling Enter 5:30 - 6:00pm, Judging at 6:30pm
For more information, click on the Contests page.
Fair Queen Coronation 8:00pm
Following the performance, the fair queen candidates will be introduced, and the Haskell County Fair Queen will be crowned. Fair Queen Contest Information: Click on the Fair Queen Contest page.
Dog & Cat Show
Monday, July 22 at 8:00am
4-H Horse Show
Monday, July 22 at 3:00pm
Wednesday, July 24 at 6:00pm
Wednesday, July 24 following Sheep Show
Thursday, July 25 at 8:00am
Rabbit & Poultry Show
Thursday, July 25 at 1:30pm
Bucket Calf & Beef6Show
Thursday, July 25 at 6:00pm
Friday, July 26 at 9:00am
Friday, July 26 at 7:00pm
The youth of Haskell County will again be selling market steers, sheep and swine at the
livestock sale. The buyer has the option of keeping the animal for slaughter or returning it
to the floor. Also, "add-on" cards are available to add on money to specific animal(s).
Please call the Extension Office at (620) 675-2261 for more information, or to place a phone bid.
PEDAL TRACTOR PULL
Saturday, July 27 at 12:30pm, City Park
The Haskell County Farm Bureau Association first sponsored the Kids' Pedal Pull Contest
at the Haskell County Fair in 1995. Each year since then, kids from ages 4 - 12 have competed
in this event. In order to make it less hectic for both the kids and the adults, the contest
has been moved to the City Park to be held during the Community Bar-B-Que.
Every child that gets on a tractor receives a soda pop, compliments of the Haskell County
Farm Bureau Association. Medals are awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in each of the
nine age divisions,
The 1st place winners in each age division at the local level then qualify to compete at
the state competition held every year at the Kansas State Fair at Hutchinson in September.
Kansas Farm Bureau, of Manhattan, KS, sponsors the state contest. The 1st place winners
at the state level then qualify to go on to the National Pedal Pull Contest.
Any child 4 - 12 years old who is interested in participating in the Pedal Pull should be
at the park with their parents by 12:30pm on Saturday. No pre-registration is necessary.
"Organized to promote the agricultural and livestock interests in Haskell County."