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Grandstand Events - Winneshiek County Fair
Grandstand Events
Upper Iowa Speedway Stock Car Races
Tuesday, July 12 • Hot Laps 6 p.m.; Races 6:30 p.m.
Sponsored by Barney’s Bar & Grill LLC; Dan’s Standard; Farmers & Merchants Savings
Bank/Decorah & Waukon; Headington Repair; JB Holland Construction;
Olson Explosives; Ryan’s Repair
Classic Tractor Parade
Wednesday, July 13 • 6:30 p.m.
NTPA Truck & Tractor Pull
Wednesday, July 13 • 7:00 p.m.
Sponsored by Agmerica Northeast, LLC/Steven & Donella Darrington; Asgrow/Kelly
Holthaus; Benjegerdes Machine Inc.; Bob & Ron Hemesath Farms; Bodensteiner
Implement; Brynsaas Sales & Service; Bushman Organic Farms; Carolan’s Ag &
Repair; Crop Production Services; Decorah Tire Service; Donlon Health Mart; E & B
Christopher Construction; Farm Credit Services of America; Four County Ag Services
Inc.; Freedom Bank/Postville/Elkader/Monona; Holthaus Electric; Hovey LP Gas;
Ironside Trailer Sales & Service-Harmony; Kirkeby Welding & Machine; Mississippi
Welders; Northeast Security Bank; Norwegian Mutual Insurance Assoc.; Numedahl
Construction; Pioneer Seeds/Mitch Hemesath; Prairie Brand Seed/Arlin Franzen;
Reiser Implement/Waukon; Soil & Crop Services, LLC/Jay Solum & Steven Darrington;
Thompson Truck & Trailer; Truck Country; Viafield/Clermont Co-op;
Winneshiek County Farm Bureau; Your Place; Structural Contracting Inc., Ossian
William Michael Morgan
Thursday, July 14 • 7:30 p.m.
Sponsored by Decorah Auto Center; Decorah Chevrolet-Cadillac Inc.
Tracy Lawrence
Thursday, July 14 • 9:00 p.m.
Sponsored by Anundsen Publishing Co.; Bemiss Distributing; Country Inns & Suites;
Dan O’Brien Construction; Decorah Newspapers; Decorah Rental; Don Anderson
Insurance Co.; KQ98; Letterwerks Sign City; Marine Credit Union Foundation;
Pizza Hut; Pizza Ranch; S & R Refrigeration & Air Conditioning; Upper Iowa Marine
David Ray/Morgan Frazier
Friday, July 15 • 7:30 p.m.
Sponsored by C & C Christopher Construction LLC; Gundersen Clinic; Premier Portable
Buildings; Weis Buick & GMC
Travis Tritt
Friday, July 15 • 9:00 p.m.
Sponsored by Country Inns & Suites; Decorah Building Supply/Marvin Windows;
Decorah Electric; Family Table; Farmers Mill & Elevator; KNEI; Mabe’s Pizza;
Michael Christopher Construction; MLB Tax and Accounting/Michelle Birdsell;
Ness Pumping Services & Porta-Potty; Pizza Hut; Sims TV & Electronics;
State Bank/Ossian & Calmar; U-2 BBQ & Catering
CC Bull Riding & Barrel Racing
Saturday, July 16 • 7:00 p.m.
Sponsored by A&J Petersburg Agency; Art’s Milling Service, Inc/Farmers Win
Co-op/Farmers Union Co-op; Becker Hardware; Brynsaas Sales & Service; Bushman
Insurance & Real Estate; Bushman Organic Farms; Franzen Sales & Service/Gehl;
Jericho Solutions; Pepsi; Pioneer Seeds/Pat Tekippe, Nolan Hageman, Kelly Frana,
Adam Tollefsrud; T-Bock’s Sports Bar & Grill; Massman Construction & Solar;
Torkelson Motors; United Beverage; Viking State Bank & Trust/Waukon State Bank;
Wicks Construction
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2016 OFFICERS WINNESHIEK COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL ASSOC.
563-382-8514
President
Vice President
Secretary/Treasurer
Business Manager
Property Manager
Accounting Manager
Gary Schutte
Arlin Franzen
Ron Hemesath
Edna Schrandt
Duane Dehning
Hacker Nelson & Co. P.C., CPAs
DIRECTORS
Ron Hemesath, Becky Winkler, Arlin Franzen, Gary Schutte, Mark Knutson
John Schnitzler, Cheryl Cline, Gordon Tangen, Deann Christopher
AUXILIARY BOARD MEMBERS
Doug Lyons, Robert Sersland, Mary Fitch, Charles Dahl, Steve Duffy, Lori Schutte, Dianne Cline,
Shane Courtney, Wayne Huinker, Gary Sacquitne, Darlene Dahl, Beth & Jerry Einck,
Jeanett Hansen, Nancy Lyons, Jan Schnitzler, Duane & Nancy Dehning, Pete Schnitzler, Jon Rahlf,
Keith Hemesath, Roxanne Huinker, Ron Ludeking, Dale Smith, Dave Lyons, Rich Hammel,
Jan Nordschow, Bob Root, Linda Tangen, Catina Ward, Joe Elsbernd, Dustin Herhold,
Mark Holthaus, Julie Erickson, Dave Sacquitne, Kari Tangen,
Rich & Dana Dotzenrod, Kelvin Rue.
FREE
Admission
& Parking
Now through July 11 get a
Grandstand Show Button for $25
ADMISSION TO ALL GRANDSTAND SHOWS WILL BE BY BUTTON ONLY.
Buttons may be purchased from any 4-H member or fair board member
or from the following area businesses:
Decorah: Bank of the West, Casey’s College Dr., Decorah Chamber,
Decorah Bank & Trust, Bodensteiner Implement, Decorah Mart, Fareway,
Farmers & Merchant’s Bank, Kerndt Brothers Bank, Kwik Star, Margaret’s,
Marine Credit Union, Thrifty White Pharmacy, Napa Auto Parts, Northeast
Security Bank, Quillin’s, T-Bock’s, Thornton’s Feed Store, Viking State Bank,
Farmers Win Co-op
Burr Oak: Country Express, Kirkeby’s, Barney’s
Calmar: State Bank
RULES AND REGULATIONS
GOVERNING ENTRIES AND EXHIBITS
It is the aim of the management to get as many local exhibitors as possible in all Departments, but
each year we lack space. We especially URGE exhibitors to engage space in ample time to eliminate
last minute confusion. When space is filled entries will be closed.
Entries in livestock departments close Monday, unless otherwise specified.
Stalls and pens will be not be reserved unless application is accompanied by the required fee. All
applications for pens and stalls should be sent directly to the superintendent as early as possible. The
entries can be made at any time but you must have the space reserved. All assignments will be made
by the superintendents of their respective departments.
No article or animal can be removed from the position before 3 p.m. on Saturday. ANY EXHIBITOR
VIOLATING THIS RULE WILL FORFEIT ALL PREMIUMS HE/SHE HAS WON.
Exhibitors of purebred livestock shall furnish the superintendent of the proper department satisfactory proof as to the breeding of the animal on exhibition. Exhibitors are required to have their registration
papers with them as this is the most satisfactory way of settling disputes regarding the eligibility of
animals exhibited.
Exhibitors of livestock must keep the space in the rear of the stalls clear and clean and refuse or offal
must be placed where indicated by the superintendent.
All articles competing for premiums must possess more than ordinary merit. No animal or article
deemed unworthy shall be awarded a premium. Judges may award any grade of premium offered
according to the merit of the animal or article.
Any livestock which in the opinion of the Fair Board and local veterinarian is not in perfect health,
shall be subject to removal from the fair grounds immediately after notification.
No person shall be allowed to interfere with the judge during or before their adjudication; and any
person who by word, letter or otherwise attempts to interfere with the judges shall be excluded from
competition
The superintendents are expected to make written reports signed by the judges, and file the same
immediately with the manager.
No person shall act as a judge for awarding premiums of which he is in any way a competitor.
Blue ribbons are designed for first premiums, red ribbons for second premiums, white ribbons for
third which will be affixed by the superintendent.
Any award made for premiums contrary to the above rules will not be paid unless approved by the
board of directors.
No soliciting allowed on the grounds except by permission of the manager.
Premiums will be paid as soon as possible. In case funds are limited due to unforeseen conditions,
the fair board reserves the right to prorate the premiums.
All livestock shown in the open class must be registered livestock.
It is the responsibility of each exhibitor to conduct himself so as to NOT endanger another exhibitor
or his exhibit. Anyone violating this rule will be asked to leave the Fairgrounds, along with his exhibit
for the remainder of the Fair and will forfeit all awards and prizes won.
Waukon: Village Farm & Home
Ft. Atkinson: Citizens Savings Bank, Lickety Split
Highlandville: Highlandville Store
Ossian: Casey’s, Co-op 1 Stop, Farmer’s Union Co-op, Luana Savings
Bank, State Bank
Ridgeway: CUSB Bank, Engen’s Express, Fireman’s Inn
Spillville: Citizens Savings Bank, Main St. Mini Mart
Protivin: Art’s Milling
Monona: Fisk Farm & Home
Also available from Winneshiek County 4-H Members, Fair Board Members
& Auxilary and Winneshiek County Extension Office.
Buttons purchased at the fair will be $30.00.
The button entitles the holder to attend all grandstand shows
for one low price.
Children 6 & under FREE.
Service & Parts for All Makes & Models
• Class 3 through 8 Trucks
• RV Service
• ASE certified and factory
trained technicians
• Fleet sales and service
• State-of-the-art facilities
and equipment
• Financing packages
• Huge parts inventory
PROTEST
Any exhibitor found guilty of fraud in entry of exhibition or violation of regulations will be denied
prizes. Any ungentlemanly conduct toward the judges or management by exhibitors will be cause for
withholding any premium award. Protest against any entry or against any decision of the judges must
be made in writing and a deposit of $10 must accompany the protest which deposit will be forfeited
if protest is not sustained. Protest shall be filed with the president, vice president, and secretary. The
decision of the committee on all matters shall be final.
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SIFTING COMMITTEE
It will be necessary that all stock entered to compete for prizes must carry sufficient condition and
quality to be passed by the sifting committee.
Just east of Decorah, behind B & B Auto Sales
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The Management reserves the right to make any corrections or changes in the premium list.
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Support the
Winneshiek County Fair
Become a member of the
Jim Busta
Band
with Mollie B
Tuesday, July 12
4-6 pm
Winneshiek County Agricultural Association
Lifetime membership: $40
Stop at the fair office during the fair (located under the
grandstand) or contact any fair board member
Show Barn
Sponsored by Citizens Savings Bank • Spillville, Fort Atkinson & Protivin
Kerndt Brothers Bank • Decorah, Waukon & Postville
Sponsored by Bodensteiner Implement
KID’S PEDAL POWER
PULL CONTEST
Wednesday, July 13
Tuesday, July 12, 12:30 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
(held on blacktop)
NORTHLAND CLASSIC
STEER & HEIFER SHOW
Sponsored by the Winneshiek County Cattlemen’s Association
If you’ve built a corn planter in a farm shop or a birdhouse in a basement, this contest is for you!
Acen Tek
HOBBY/SHOP
CREATIONS
Contest will be held at the fair on
Tuesday, July 12, at 1:00 in the Variety Tent
2016 Rules: Must be a resident of Winneshiek County
NO professionals (Ex: if you are a professional welder,
you may enter the other 2 classes),
NO restorations, Names must not be visible during judging.
After judging public may view and take pictures if desired.
Entry deadline is July 1st.
CLASSES: 1. Wood 2. Steel 3. Electronics
Will be judged: 25 points - Originality; 25 points - degree of difficulty;
50 points - workmanship.
Small cash prizes will be awarded.
Contest is sponsored by Acen Tek!
All entries need to be removed between 4:00 and 4:30 p.m.
To enter contact Gary Schutte at
[email protected] or call (563) 608-4127.
Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 2:30 PM
Check-in: 10:00 to 1:00 PM at the Cattlemen’s Quarters Restaurant
Location: Winneshiek County Fairgrounds in Decorah, Iowa.
Prize Money for Calves Sold at the 2016 Northland Classic Sale
Grand Champion Steer, Market Heifer & Breeding Heifers - $200
Reserved Champion Steer, Market Heifer & Breeding Heifers - $150
3rd Place through 10th Place will receive $50
This money will be presented at the 2016 sale toward the purchase of a steer or heifer.
Prize Money for Winneshiek Co. Cattlemen Junior Members and Calves from the Sale
STEERS
Champion
Res. Champion
3rd Place
4th Place
5th Place
6th-10th Place
$125
$75
$50
$40
$30
$25
MARKET HEIFERS
Champion
Res. Champ
3rd Place
4th Place
$125
$75
$50
$40
BREEDING HEIFERS
Champion
$125
Res. Champ
$75
3rd Place
$50
4th Place
$40
RULES: Entry fee is $15 per entry for Winn. Co. Junior members or calves from sale. $25 per entry for Cattlemen
member from another County or State. Show is open to all Cattlemen Association junior members and all Steers
and Heifers purchased in the 2015 Northland Classic Sale. Steers and Heifers are shown by weight. For all Winneshiek County Juniors we will use the county fair weights. Heifers will be shown by birth date. Health papers ARE
REQUIRED. Must be 21 or younger as of the day of the show. Generators are RECOMMENDED. Be prepared to
stall and fit at your traillers.
For more information contact:
Dana Stendel 563-419-5023 • Keith Klimesh 563-203-0114 • John Anderson 563-380-1683
People with small children
are especially invited to stop at the Toys Go Round
booth located in the east end of the south exhibit hall.
Facilities for changing and feeding youngsters,
as well as for resting, are available in the booth.
* NO POWER WASHERS will be allowed to be used during the fair.
DIVISION 1 - DAIRY CATTLE
OPEN CLASS
Show Date - July 14, 2016 - 9:00 a.m.
Stalls 3-1/2 feet, $5.00; Stall rent to accompany order for stalls.
4-H and FFA members may show in open class by paying $5.00 entry fee per head.
Bedding for Open Class cattle will be sawdust - $3.00 per head. This does not apply to 4-H/FFA
animals already stalled.
Stock to be entered and in stalls before 10:00 a.m., July 13.
Reservation should be in by July 11. Contact Dave Lyons for reservations. 563-380-5956.
Anyone taking cattle away during fair without consent of the Superintendent loses his right to
premiums.
Any class exhibiting 8 animals or more, one money will be added; 12 or more animals, two
monies; 16 or more, three monies.
All animals shown from the same family or from one farming unit shall be considered as one
exhibitor. (No competition).
All animals in group classes are to be shown in individual classes.
HEALTH: Health papers required.
**STOCK MAY BE RELEASED AT 3:00 PM ON July 14 - THIS IS OPEN CLASS ONLY**
CLASSES OF PUREBRED DAIRY CATTLE
1st
2nd
3rd
Class 1
Heifer Calf - Sept. 1, 2015 - Mar. 31, 2016 ........................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 1A
Holstein - 3 classes..............................................................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Calf Class - March 1, 2016 - May 1, 2016
Int. Heifer Calf - Dec. 1, 2015- Feb. 28, 2016
Sr. Heifer Calf - Sept. 1, 2015 - Nov. 30, 2015
Class 2
Jr. Yearling - March 1, 2015 - Aug. 31, 2015......................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 3
Sr. Yearling - Sept. 1, 2014 - Feb. 28, 2015 .......................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 3A
Holstein - 4 classes..............................................................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Summer Yearling - June 1, 2015 - Aug. 31, 2015
Spring Yearling - March 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015
Winter Yearling - Dec. 1, 2014 - Feb. 28, 2015
Senior Yearling - Sept. 1, 2014 - Nov. 30, 2014
Junior Champion Female ....................................................Ribbon
Class 4
Cows - 2 yr. olds - Sept. 1, 2013 - Aug. 31, 2014 ...............17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 5
Cows - 3 yr. olds - Sept. 1, 2012 - Aug. 31, 2013 ...............17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 6
Cows - 4 yr. olds - Sept. 1, 2011 - Aug. 31, 2012 ...............17.00.....14.00......12.00
Colored breeds - All cows 4 yrs. old or older
(Born before September 1, 2012)
Class 7
Cows - 5 yrs. old and older - Holsteins only
(Born before Sept. 1, 2011) .................................................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 8
Dry Cow - All breeds, any age ............................................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Senior Champion Female....................................................Ribbon
Grand Champion Female ....................................................Ribbon
Class 12
Three best females: to consist of 3 females any age, owned
by exhibitor. Only one entry per exhibitor ..........................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 13
Daughter, Dam-Cow and daughter, any age .......................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 14
Produce of Cow: to consist of two animals, any age,
the produce of one cow, cow to be named ..........................17.00.....14.00......12.00
Class 15
Supreme Champion..................................................Trophy given by Lang’s Dairy
HEALTH CONCERNS
Due to recent concerns for the safety and health of
animals it will be a requirement at the upcoming
Winneshiek County Fair for livestock (horses, cattle, sheep, swine,
goats and rabbits) to be accompanied by a health certificate issued
by a local veterinarian within 21 days of the Winneshiek County Fair.
All dogs and cats must show proof of rabies vaccination.
This decision was reached by discussing current health issues with
members of local commodity groups, veterinarians (local, state and
Iowa State University Extension), 4-H leaders, 4-H and Youth
Committee, Extension Council, and Fair Board Members. The
livestock industry in Winneshiek County is valued at over 90 million
dollars. We must take every precaution to insure that only healthy
animals are shown at the Winneshiek County Fair.
Any livestock arriving at the Winneshiek County Fairgrounds
unaccompanied by a health certificate will be denied entry.
Only animals that are being exhibited will be allowed on the
fairgrounds. This means no giveaways.
Please leave pets that are not entered in the pet show at home.
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Bill Riley’s Iowa State Fair
Talent Search
Wednesday, July 13
11:00 a.m.
Winneshiek County Fair
The Bill Riley’s Iowa State Fair Talent Search will
be held on Wednesday, July 13, 2016, at the
Winneshiek County Fair. The winner of each division will be eligible to compete at the Iowa State
Fair. Cash prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and
3rd place in each division.
The contestants must be legal residents of Iowa.
The divisions include Sprouts (2-12 years of age)
and Seniors (13-21 years of age). Acts are limited to 3 minutes (plus 1 minute set up time) and
cannot include more than 5 people. Categories of
acts include vocalists, dancers and instrumentalists.
For a complete set of the official rules, Contact
Cheryl Cline at 563-382-3517 or Edna Schrandt at
563-382-2019.
If more than 15 acts are entered in a division,
there may be auditions to select the acts which will
perform at the Winneshiek County Fair.
Sponsored by HyVee
PEE WEE DAIRY SHOW
THURSDAY, JULY 14
The PEE WEE DAIRY SHOW will be held at 12:00 noon on Thursday, July 14 in the Show Barn.
To enter, simply bring your child and calf to the east end of the Show Barn.
THERE WILL BE NO PRE-ENTRY. HEALTH PAPERS REQUIRED.
The rules are as follows:
1. The participant must be UNDER nine (9) years of age as of Sept. 15, 2015. Pre 4-H.
2. There will be THREE age groups
a) Ages 3 & 4 • b) Ages 5 & 6 • c) Ages 7 & 8 (Pre 4-H)
3. Information needed: (a) age of child (b) name of child
4. Health papers are required to show a calf.
5. The calf must be born after March 1, 2016.
6. The calf can be a heifer of any breed.
7. No clipping is necessary, just washed and clean.
8. Judging will be in following areas: (in all groups)
(a) The best pair (person and calf).
(b) The best groomed calf (calf may win in only 1 age group).
(c) The best groomed person.
(d) Showmanship (5-6 year & 7-8 year).
9. There is NO ENTRY FEE.
10. There will be trophies for first in group, and ribbons, plus other prizes.
11. To enter simply bring your child and calf to the east end of the
Show barn before 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 14, 2016.
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KID’S
FUN DAY
AT THE FAIR!
THURSDAY, JULY 14
1:30-2:30p.m.
Winneshiek County Fairgrounds
near the Variety Tent
A FREE ACTIVITY
JUST SHOW UP!
TUG OF WAR
VARIOUS
RELAYS
BALLOON TOSS
FACE PAINTING
Two Divisions:
4-6 & 7-10 years.
Organized by
Decorah Park & Rec
Fun Day Prize Contributors:
Bruening Rock Products,
Deco Products,
The Family Table &
Stanley Black & Decker
BINGO
Thursday, July 14
from 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Located at the Variety Tent
Open Carriage and
Driving Fun Show
FRIDAY, JULY 15 • 9:30 A.M.
In the Horse Arena
There will be exhibition classes for driving: singles and teams. No
awards. Fun show will follow with game classes for youth, adults,
single drive and teams. No entry fee. Ribbons for youth classes.
Free admittance and parking. For information call 563-382-3989.
Box Social
Friday, July 15 • 5:00 p.m.
Located near Variety Tent
Everyone is welcome to bid on box lunches prepared by individuals
representing various Winneshiek County organizations.
FUNDS RAISED WILL BE USED FOR FAIRGROUND IMPROVEMENTS
For safety reasons
Please NO STROLLERS
IN THE GRANDSTAND
Lynch Livestock
is proud to prepare a meal for sponsors of the
Winneshiek County Fair
Following fair week on
Friday, July 22
Come to the Fair!
Great Food Booths & Tasty Treats!
Dairy Booth
Beef Quarters
Pork Producers
Luren Singers
DeSales School
4H Restaurant
Carnival Food
Much much more!
at the
Danan Lansing Building
on the fairgrounds
No Straw or Finely Ground
Sawdust Allowed
Shaving Base Furnished in the Stall
Additional Shavings Available
for Purchase
DIVISION 3 - AGRICULTURE
For Agriculture entries grown by the exhibitor, there will be a
“Best of Show” premium $5.00; “Honorable Mention” $3.00.
Rose & Russell Brown - Superintendents 387-0632
Quality counts for more than size in all classes.
Any exhibits in this department must have been raised by the exhibitor in Winneshiek or
adjoining counties.
No article will be awarded a prize that is not worthy, regardless of competition or lack of
it. Where there is no competition, only one premium will be awarded.
No prizes will be given for exhibits which are short in weight or number given.
All entries must be entered 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. on Monday, July 11.
Entries should be prepared using Extension 4-H bulletin 462 - “Harvesting & Preparing
Vegetables For Exhibit” available at County Extension office.
All entries will be judged on preparation and showmanship.
Exhibit and any monies from premium must be picked up on Saturday, July 16 - 3-5 p.m.
CLASS 3A - CORN
Entries are limited to corn grown in 2015 except Sweet Corn.
Exhibitor shall bear in mind that uniformity and quality are more desirable than large
ears.
1st
2nd
1.
10 Ears of White Dent Corn .................................. $2.00 ...................$1.00
2.
10 Ears of Yellow Dent Corn................................. $2.00 ...................$1.00
3.
10 Ears of Calico Corn .......................................... $2.00 ...................$1.00
4.
10 Ears of any other kind ...................................... $2.00 ...................$1.00
5.
10 Ears of White Rice Popcorn ............................. $2.00 ...................$1.00
6.
10 Ears of Red Popcorn ......................................... $2.00 ...................$1.00
7.
Single Ear of White Dent Corn ............................. $1.00 ...................$ .50
8.
Single Ear of Yellow Dent Corn ............................ $1.00 ...................$ .50
9.
Single Ear of Flint Corn ........................................ $1.00 ...................$ .50
Ted Schrandt Memorial
4D BARREL
RACE
Saturday, July 16 • 11am
$750 added
$20 entry fee (100% jackpotted)
9:00-11:00 am - Exhibitions
$3 per run or 4 for $10
Office Charge - $3 per horse
1/2 second splits
Tipped barrel - no time
AWARDS FOR EACH DIVISION
PLUS PAYOUT!
Barrel Race Sponsored by:
Quandahl Construction
Kevin Quandahl • Decorah, IA
563-382-5300
All types of concrete
& backhoe work
The Schrandt Family
For more information contact Edna Schrandt 563-382-2019
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FREE WATERMELON
Saturday, July 16
10:00 a.m.
Sponsored by
Decorah Fareway Store
Outside Show Barn
FAIR FUN RUN
Saturday, July 16
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COUPON
Free
Delivery!
$3.00 OFF OR
any Large Pizza
$2.00 OFF
105 East Water Street,
Decorah • 382-2118
Best Wishes for the 2016 Fair!
Serving Northeast Iowa for 130 years • 1885-2015
any Medium Pizza
Not good with any other offer. Coupon expires 8/01/
8/01/16
Welcome to the
W inneshiek County Fair!
Best of luck to all Fair Exhibitors!
Critters & Such Pet Care
Small Animal Medicine and Surgery
Dr. Merill Guarneri DVM
905 S. Short St.
Decorah
563-382-3655
2339 172nd Avenue, Decorah • (563) 382-1806
Proud to support the Winneshiek County Fair!
Blue Heron Knittery
Purveyor of fine yarns, knitting & crocheting supplies, books & patterns
New & exciting yarns coming in weekly! Stop in often to see the
new yarns & great ideas. Knitting isn’t just for winter anymore!
www.bankofthewest.com
Decorah: 563-382-2991 • Mabel, MN: 507-493-5426 • Caledonia: 507-724-3371
Proud supporter of the
2016 Winneshiek County Fair
Mon 11-4 • Tue & Wed 11-5 • Thurs 11-8 with drop in knit 6-8
Fri 11-5 • Sat 10-4 • Sun 12-4
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and Participants
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CLASS 3B - GRAINS AND SEEDS
NOTE: We wish to encourage our exhibitors to enter seeds and grains that have been
thoroughly cleaned, so that the exhibits will be one of the most excellent standards.
Each exhibit of grain or seed shall consist of one peck (1/4 bushel).
Sheaves of grains and grasses shall not be less than three or more than four inches in
diameter at center of band.
We encourage all exhibitors to take special pains to prepare sheaves that are attractive
and meet the requirements regarding size.
Each legume shall be cured and will be judged on this basis.
1. Alfalfa Sheaf ................................................................. $1.50 ....... $1.00
2. Alsike Clover Sheaf ...................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
3. Barley Sheaf .................................................................. $1.50 ....... $1.00
4. Clover Sheaf (Red) ....................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
5. Clover Sheaf (Sweet) .................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
6. Flax Sheaf ..................................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
7. Oats Sheaf (White) ........................................................ $1.50 ....... $1.00
8. Rye Sheaf ...................................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
9. Soybean Sheaf............................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
10. Oats Sheaf (Yellow) ...................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
11. Timothy Sheaf ............................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
12. Wheat Sheaf (Spring) .................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
13. Wheat Sheaf (Winter) ................................................... $1.50 ....... $1.00
14. Barley ............................................................................ $1.00 ....... $ .50
15. Clover Seed (Red) ......................................................... $1.00 ....... $ .50
16. Clover Seed (Sweet) ..................................................... $1.00 ....... $ .50
17. Field Peas ...................................................................... $1.00 ....... $ .50
18. Flax ............................................................................... $1.00 ....... $ .50
19. Oats (White) .................................................................. $1.00 ....... $ .50
20. Oats (Yellow) ................................................................ $1.00 ....... $ .50
21. Rye ................................................................................ $1.00 ....... $ .50
22. Timothy ......................................................................... $1.00 ....... $ .50
23. Wheat (Spring) .............................................................. $1.00 ....... $ .50
24. Wheat (Winter).............................................................. $1.00 ....... $ .50
25. Best Peck of Soybeans (any variety) ............................ $1.00 ....... $ .50
26. Best Bale Alfalfa Hay (one cubic ft.) ............................ $1.00 ....... $ .50
CLASS 3C - VEGETABLES
All vegetables shall be judged by quality and edibility at time judged.
Blue-$2.00 Red-$1.50
1. Beans, green, 6 pods
28. Peas, 6 pods
2. Beans, yellow, 6 pods
29. Peas, (edible pod) 6 pods
3. Beans, lima, 6 pods
30. Peppers, green, 2
4. Any other variety bean, 6 pods
31. Peppers, yellow, 2
5. Beets, 3
32. Peppers, cayenne, 2
6. Broccoli, 1 head or 3 side sprouts
33. Potatoes, red, 3
7. Cabbage, 1
34. Potatoes, white, 3
8. Cabbage, red, 1
35. Radishes, 5 tied in a bunch
9. Cabbage, Chinese, 1 bunch
36. Rhubarb, 3 stalks tied (no leaves)
10. Carrots, 3
37. Rutabagas, 3
11. Cauliflower, 1
38. Salsify - 3 roots
12. Celery, 1 bunch
39. Spinach, 1 plant
13. Cucumbers, pickling, 5
40. Squash, summer, 2
14. Cucumbers, dill, 2
41. Squash, winter, 1
15. Cucumbers, slicing, 2
42. Sweet Corn, 2 ears
16. Dill, 2 heads
43. Swiss Chard, 6 leaves
17. Eggplant, 1
44. Tomatoes, red, 3
18. Garlic, 3
45. Tomatoes, yellow, 3
19. Herb collection (5 or more)
46. Tomatoes, cherry, 10
20. Kohlrabi, 2
47. Turnips, 3
21. Lettuce, 1 plant (in water)
48. Watermelon, 1
22. Okra, 3
49. Largest no. of entries by one
23. Onions, red, 3
exhibitor
24. Onions, white, 3
50. Best collection of vegetables
25. Onions, yellow, 3
displayed in decorated box or basket,
26. Onions, green, 5 tied in a bunch
not to exceed 14”x20”. All must be
27. Parsnips, 3
grown by exhibitor. Include a list of
vegetables. 1st $3.00, 2nd $2.00
3rd $1.50.
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CLASS 3D - HONEY, POULTRY AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
Premiums - First $2.00; Second $1.50
1. Best display of Comb Honey, (1)
4. White Eggs (1 Dozen)
2. Best display of Extract Honey, (1 pt.)
5. Cottage Cheese, (1 pt.)
3. Dark Eggs, (1 Dozen)
6. Sorghum, (1 pint)
CLASS 3E - MISCELLANEOUS FRUITS
Premiums - First $2.00; Second $1.50
1. Pears, Any Variety (5)
5. Raspberries, Black (1 pint)
2. Peaches, Any Variety (5)
6. Raspberries, Purple (1 pint)
3. Strawberries (1 pint)
7. Cherries
4. Raspberries, Red (1 pint)
8. Blackberries
PLEASE NOTE: Apples and grapes have been discontinued due to the early date of the
fair. We will no longer accept fruits that are not ripe.
4H/FFA Livestock Judging
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
11:00 am
Dog Show.............................................Show Barn
8:15 am
Following
Following
Following
3:00 pm
Following
Following
Dairy Goat Show..............Danan Lansing Building
Clover Kid Bucket Bottle Calf Show. . . . .Show Barn
Bucket Bottle Show..............................Show Barn
Dairy Show...........................................Show Barn
Sheep Show.....................Danan Lansing Building
Breeding Meat Goat Show. .Danan Lansing Building
Market Meat Goat Show. .Danan Lansing Building
8:30 am
9:00 am
4:00 pm
Swine Show.........................................Swine Barn
Horse Show.......................................Horse Arena
Poultry Show..........................E.J. Weigle Building
8:30 am
Following
Following
Following
4:00 pm
Breeding Beef Show.............................Show Barn
Dairy Beef Show...................................Show Barn
Market Heifer Show..............................Show Barn
Market Beef Show................................Show Barn
Rabbit Show...........................E.J. Weigle Building
9:00 am
10:00 am
4:00 pm
Parade of Champions...........................Show Barn
Livestock Auction..................................Show Barn
Ag Olympics.........................................Show Barn
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Friday, July 15, 2016
Saturday, July 16, 2016
Bestof Luck
to all Fair Exhibitors!
Say “HELLO” to CSB staff member Dick
Horne, annual judge of the Pee Wee Dairy
Show, at the 2016 Winneshiek County Fair!
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DIVISION 4
PLANTS AND FLOWERS
Rose & Russell Brown - Superintendents - 563-387-0632
All plants must be grown by the exhibitor, must be grown in Winneshiek County
or adjoining counties. Exhibitors are limited to one entry and one premium in each
category. Exhibits not meeting specifications of the scheduled entry list will be
disqualified by the judges. When the schedule calls for a definite number, a greater or
smaller number disqualifies the entry. Varieties not listed are welcome.
ENTRIES WILL BE RECEIVED FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. ON MONDAY,
JULY 11.
Exhibits and any monies from premiums must be picked up Saturday, July 16
between 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Any monies not picked up within 14 days after the fair will be returned to the
Winneshiek Co. Fair Board.
For plants and flowers grown by the exhibitor, there will be a “Best of Show” premium $5.00; “Honorable Mention” - $3.00
For arrangements and table settings designed by the exhibitor, there will be a “Best of
Show” - premium $5.00; “Honorable Mention” - $3.00
Largest number of entries by an exhibitor in Division 3 and/or Division 4 - premium
$2.00
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Tuesday, July 12 at 1:00 pm
Create a healthy ‘Snack’ Smoothie and try your
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Register between 12:30 and 1:00pm
Each participant receives a WMC Centennial Red Wing
Collectible Pottery piece.
See official rules for details at www.winmedical.org/fair.
Tuesday, July 12, 12:30-3:30 pm
WMC Ambulance display and enjoy free
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CLASS 4A - CUT FLOWERS
Premiums - First $2.00; Second $1.50
ENTRIES RECEIVED FROM 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. ON MONDAY, JULY 11.
Flowers to be displayed in clear glass bottles or jars, furnished by the exhibitor. All
classes of flower exhibits must be grown this year. Be sure to follow schedule for
number required.
1. Achillea, 3 stems (yarrow)
54. Hydrangea, 1 stem
2. Ageratum, 2 stems
55. Impatiens, 3 stems (Sultana)
3. Allium, 3 stems
56. Larkspur, 3 spikes
4. Alyssum, 3 stems
57. Liatris, 3 stems
5. Amaranthus, 3 stems
58. Lily, Asiatic, 1 stem
6. Asclepia, 1 stem (butterfly plant)
59. Lily, Calla, 1 stem
7. Asters, annual, 3 stems
60. Lily, Day, 1 stem
8. Astilbe, 3 spikes
61. Lily, Easter, 1 stem
9. Babies Breath, annual, 1 stem
62. Lily, Oriental, 1 stem
10. Babies Breath, perennial, single,
63. Lobelia, 3 stems
1 stem
64. Lupine, 3 stems
11. Babies Breath, perennial, double,
65. Loosestrife, 3 stems
1 stem
66. Mallow, 1 stem (Malva)
12. Bachelor Buttons, 3 stems
67. Marigold, Large, 3 blooms
13. Balloon Flower, 3 stems
68. Marigold, Small, 3 sprays
14. Balsam, 3 stems
69. Monarda, 3 stems
15. Begonia, 1 bloom
(Bee Balm)
16. Caladium, 1 leaf
70. Nasturtium, 3 blooms
17. Calendula, 3 stems
71. Nicotiana, 3 stems
18. Campanula, 3 stems (bell flower)
72. Ornamental Grasses, 3 stems
19. Canna, 1 stem
73. Pansies, 3 stems
20. Candytuft, 3 stems
74. Petunias, single, 3 stems
21. Carnation, 3 stems
75. Petunias, double, 3 stems
22. Celosia, crested, 1 stem
76. Petunias, mini, 3 stems
23. Celosia, feathered, 1 stem
77. Phlox, 1 stem
24. Chrysanthemum, 3 stems
78. Poppy, 3 stem
25. Clematis, 3 stems
79. Rose, Hybrid Tea, 1 stem
26. Cleome, 3 stems
80. Rose, Floribunda, 1 stem
27. Coleus, 3 stems
81. Rose, Miniature, 1 stem
28. Coral Bells, 3 stems
82. Rose, Climbing, 1 branch
29. Coneflower, 3 stems
83. Rose, Modern Shrub, 1 stem
30. Coreopsis, 3 stems
84. Rose, Old Fashioned, 1 stem
31. Cosmos, single, 3 sprays
85. Rose, any other not listed above,
32. Cosmos, double, 3 sprays
1 specimen
33. Cosmos, fiesta, 3 sprays
86. Rudbeckia, 3 stems (Gloriosa
34. Dahlia, large, 1 bloom
Daisies)
35. Dahlia, medium, 3 blooms
87. Russian Sage, 3 stems
36. Dahlia, ball or pompom,
88. Salvia, annual, 3 stems
3 blooms
89. Salvia, perennial, 3 stems
37. Dahlia, cactus, 1 bloom
90. Scabiosa, 3 stems (Pincushion)
38. Daisy, Gerbera, 3 stems
91. Sedum, 1 stem
39. Daisy, Shasta, 3 stems
92. Snapdragons, 3 stems
40. Delphinium, 1 spike
93. Spirea, 1 stem
41. Dianthus, 3 stems (Pinks)
94. Statice, annual, 1 stem
42. Everlasting, 1 stem
95. Statice, perennial, 1 stem
43. Feverfew, 3 stems
96. Sunflower, 1 stem
44. Flowered branch, 1 stem
97. Sweet Peas, 3 stems
a. Berried branch, 1 stem
98. Sweet William, 3 stems
45. Forget-me-not, 3 stems
99. Verbena, 3 stems
46. Gaillardia, 3 sprays
100. Veronica, 3 stems
47. Gladiolus, 1 spike
101. Vinca, 3 stems
48. Globe Thistle, 3 stems
102. Violas, 3 stems
49. Geraniums, 3 stems
103. Yucca, 1 stem
50. Heliopsis, 3 stems
104. Zinnia, 3 blooms
51. Hibiscus, 3 blooms
105. Any other flower not listed, 3
52. Hollyhocks, 3 stems
stems (2 entries allowed in this
53. Hosta, 3 leaves
class)
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CLASS 4B - PLANTS
Premiums - First $2.00; Second $1.50
All plants exhibited must have been in the exhibitor’s possession at least 60 days prior
to exhibition.
All plants must be exhibited in appropriate containers.
The Management will not be responsible for any loss.
ALL ENTRIES RECEIVED FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. ON MON., JULY 11.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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18.
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25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
African Violet
Airplane (Spider)
Baby Tears
Begonia
Bethlehem Star
Cactus
Cactus, Christmas
Cactus Garden (Collection of at
least 4 varieties)
Chinese Evergreen
Dracena
Fern, Foxtail Plumosa
Fern, Boston
Fern, Rabbits Foot
Any other Fern
Fig Plant
Fittonia (Nerve Plant)
Fuschia
Geranium
Gloxinia
Hanging Basket
Hen & Chicks
Hindu Rope
Impatiens
Hoya (Wax Plant)
Ivy, English
Ivy, Geranium
Ivy, Grape
Ivy, Oak Leaf
Ivy, Swedish
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
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41.
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43.
44.
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46.
47.
48.
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50.
51.
52.
53.
Ivy, any other
Joseph’s Coat
Jade or Rubber Plant
Lily
Moses in the Cradle
Norfolk Island Pine
Ornamental Pepper
Palm
Peperomia
Philodendron
Piggyback
Prayer Plant
Purple Passion
Sansevieria
Schefflera
Shamrock
Umbrella (Papyrus)
Wandering Jew
Any other Succulent
Any other foliage plant
Any other flowering plant
Terrarium (at least 3 plants)
Water Plants or Collection
Miniature Rock Garden (Approx.
1-1/2 x 3 ft)
54. Dish Garden (Miniature
landscape in an open, shallow
container)
55. Mixed Container Garden
CLASS 4C – ARTISTIC DESIGN
Premiums – First $2.50; Second $2.00
(All arrangements are to be designs in water created by the exhibitor using
flowers and greens grown by exhibitor. )
1. “Snow White” - using white flowers and green foliage
2. “Let’s Be Different” - arrangement in an unusual container
3. “Merry Sunshine” - design in yellows
4. “Feeling Patriotic” - using red, white & blue
5. “Natures Beauty” - using wild flowers
6. “June Bride” - something for the bridal table
7. “Out of the Blue” - using blue flowers
8. “Celebrate IOWA” - things Iowa is famous for
9. “Happy Holidays” - any holiday theme
10. “Macho Man” - Dad’s Desktop
11. “Cheer the Spirit” - flowers & foliage that delight the eye
12. “Kitchen Klatter” - using kitchen utensils
13. “Kids Birthday” - create an unusual memory for toddlers to 10 yrs
14. “Baby Magic” - arrangements to welcome new arrival
CLASS 4D - TABLE SETTINGS
Premiums - First $2.50; Second $2.00
(No silverware please)
1. Good Morning
3. Backyard Barbeque
2. Come Celebrate a Holiday
4. Let’s Have a Party
JUNIOR DIVISION - CLASS 4E - ARTISTIC DESIGN
Premiums - First $2.50; Second $2.00
(Ages 12 & Under)
Use your imagination and use your favorite flowers.
1. “Mini Magic” - not under 2 inches tall or over 5 inches over all
2. “In the Pink” - Using pink flowers
3. “School Days”
4. “A Day at the Farm”
FUN FOR KIDS - JUNIOR DIVISION - CLASS 4F - CREATIONS
Premiums - First $10.00; Second $5.00
(Ages 12 & Under)
This contest is being sponsored by Fareway Food Store
1. Veggie or Fruit Critter Contest - May enter one veggie and/or one fruit critter.
Use your imagination! Anything made from vegetables and/or fruits.
Fairgoers vote for your favorite entry! Voting from Tuesday thru Friday, Noon.
Winners determined 3:00 p.m. Friday.
DIVISION 5 - TEXTILE DEPARTMENT
Kristi Berge, Superintendent
Call if you have questions - Home: 563- 382-2667
Premiums: 1st: $3.00 • 2nd: $1.00
All entries must be freshly laundered or in clean condition.
Each exhibit must be the work of the person exhibiting it, who must be a resident of
Winneshiek County or adjoining county.
No article can be entered in more than one class.
No premiums will be awarded on an exhibit that has been entered at a previous
Winneshiek County Fair.
Entry Day is Monday, July 11, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Judging begins that evening.
Items may be picked up on Saturday, July 16, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
CLASS L - Machine Wall Hanging
CLASS A - Crocheted Items
CLASS M - Machine Centerpiece & Runners
CLASS B - Knitting
CLASS N - Rugs (Wool-Weaving-Braided)
CLASS C - Colored Embroidery
CLASS O - Wool Embroidery and Crewel
CLASS D - Cross Stitch
CLASS P - Counted Cross Stitch
CLASS E - Appliqué
CLASS Q - Handmade Crafts
CLASS F - Infants Department
CLASS R - Christmas Crafts
CLASS G - Machine Work (Clothing etc)
CLASS S - Wooden Crafts
CLASS H - Junior Entries (ages 5-12)
CLASS T - Photography
CLASS I - Senior Entries
CLASS U - Weaving
CLASS J - Hand Quilting
CLASS V - Miscellaneous
CLASS K - Machine Quilting
Red-Roxy Quilt Company will sponsor three overall winners. The overall
winners will be chosen by the judges after the initial judging is complete. Overall prizes
will be gift cards for 1st place - $25.00; 2nd place - $15.00; 3rd place - $10.00.
HOBBY HOUSE
RULES:
1. Entries will be accepted Monday, July 11, 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
2. Entries must be picked up Saturday, July 16, 2016, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
“EVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE A HOBBY”
3. Two age groups: Adults & Youth 16 & under.
The Hobby House presents a colorful and varied display of hobby collections. An
attempt is made to have something that will interest everyone. We welcome all
exhibitors and LIST BELOW A FEW of the Hobby Departments.
DEPARTMENTS:
COLLECTIONS: Shells - Sea Life - Mounted Butterflies and Insects - Miniatures
- Unusual Dolls - Antique Toys - Pennants - Mounted Picture Puzzles - Travel
Collections.
CREATIVE ARTS & CRAFTS: Handpainted Pictures - String Art - China Painting
- Photography - Woodworking - Artificial Flowers - Stitchery - Weaving - Textiles Leather Work - Ceramics - Rug Making - Handmade Seasonal Items.
PREMIUMS ARE OFFERED
SHOWCASES ARE USED FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT
Edna Schrandt 563-382-2019
“We will see you at the HOBBYHOUSE, where Decorah extends a
handshake across Winneshiek County”
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Decorah Public Opinion Fair Edition Tuesday, June 28, 2016 15
2016 WINNESHIEK COUNTY
FAIR QUEEN CONTEST
RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Each contestant must be at least 16 years of age and not more than 21 years of age on August 11, the first
day of the 2016 Iowa State Fair.
2. Contestants must reside in Winneshiek County or an adjoining county if the majority of her activities are in
the county she represents.
3. Each contestant must be an active member of at least one service organization in her community such as a
church group, Girl Scouts, 4-H, FFA, etc.
4. No professional model is eligible to compete.
5. The candidates will be selected by competition in beauty, personality and leadership.
6. The winner will be selected by a judging committee. Judging will be based on the following:
Personality, Attitude, Appearance and Awareness.
Leadership and Citizenship - Contribution to the Community.
Overall Appearance, Charm and Poise.
7. The Winneshiek County Fair Queen is eligible to compete in the IOWA STATE FAIR QUEEN PAGEANT,
and she must abide by the Iowa State Fair Queen rules.
WINNESHIEK COUNTY
EDUCATIONAL FAIR EXHIBIT
EDUCATION BUILDING • JULY 12-16
Stacy Knight 563-382-5623
We strive to make our Fair exhibit an outgrowth of pupils’ activities in the schools during the year. In these
displays we are aiming to show correlation of school subjects, educational values arising from a training of a
whole child and an appreciation of current national problems together with their local ramifications.
Since the purpose of the school exhibit is to show what the pupils in our schools are doing, no premiums are
given for individual articles exhibited and neither are the schools competing against each other. The money
received from the Fair Board for the school exhibit is divided among the school districts participating after
expenses have been paid.
All articles should be plainly marked and labeled giving the name and grade of the exhibitor, the name of the
school district and the name of the teacher.
Fair Queen Sponsors:
Country Garden, Decorah Bank and Trust, Decorah Greenhouse,
First Lutheran Church, Gallery of Tops, Hammel Jewelers, KD Rae Jewelry, Mabe’s Pizza, Modish,
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FUN FAIR CONTESTS
General Rules: 1. All contest participants must be present to win (we need pictures of all winners). 2. All contests will be judged
on the following criteria - Appearance 10 points, Texture/Consistency 10 points, Taste 10 points (unless otherwise stated.)
3. Individual contest rules will be enforced. ALL INFORMATION IN THIS EDITION TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ANY
PREVIOUSLY PRINTED MATERIAL. Questions: Call Becky Winkler 563-419-1549.
Winneshiek Medical Center
Nutrition Services
Hawkeye REC
Grandma’s Homemade
Healthy Snack
Smoothie Contest
Bread Contest
Tuesday, July 12 • Variety Tent
1st Prize $25.00 • 2nd Prize $15.00 • 3rd Prize $10.00
Tuesday, July 12 • Fontanelle Shelter
$50.00 Grand Prize for Snack Smoothie
RULES
1. Contestants must register on the fairgrounds between 12:30 and 1:00 pm.
2. Registration forms are available online at winmedical.org, or day of the event.
3. Judging starts at 1 pm.
4. NO ENTRY FEE. Limit of two (2) entries in each category per person.
5. Must be COMPLETELY HOMEMADE and presented in a disposable container.
6. RECIPE MUST BE INCLUDED with each entry, including name, address and
phone number. Recipe becomes property of WMC Nutrition Services, but at
your request will not be released to anyone.
7. Winning smoothie becomes property of WMC.
8. Open to anyone. YOU DO NOT need to be a Winneshiek County Resident.
9. Discourteous, abusive or unprofessional behavior by a contestant may lead to
disqualification at the organizers’ discretion.
10. By registering for the competition, all competitors give their permission to the
organizers and to the organizers’ designees that the competitors may be photographed, videotaped, and tape recorded and further that the organizers and
their designees may use the photographs, video tapes, and audio tapes of the
competitor for any purpose including commercial purposes. Any competitor who
does not agree to this provision must notify the organizers in writing before the
start of the competition.
NOTE
• The organizers reserve the right to modify these rules at any time. Any rule
modifications will be announced publicly before the competition begins.
• Judges selection is FINAL.
Snack Smoothie Judging Criteria
• Consistency 1-5 points: Smooth texture and bright color.
• Nutrition 1-5 points: No added sugar and under 130 calories for 12 ounces (you
can calculate calories at http://caloriecount.about.com/cc/recipe_analysis.php)
• Flavor 1-5 points: Delicious taste with a strong flavor direction (example: Mango
Green Smoothie tastes like mango.)
Each participant receives a WMC Centennial Red Wing
Collectible Pottery piece.
RULES
1. Entries must be brought to the Variety Tent (east of the grandstand) between
10:30 am and 11:00 am, on Tuesday, July 12. Judging will start at 11:30 am.
2. NO ENTRY FEE. Limit of two entries per family.
3. Should be in/on a disposable plate or tray. We cannot guarantee the return of
dishes.
4. MUST be completely homemade. NO FROZEN BREAD DOUGH - YEAST
BREADS ONLY.
5. Open to anyone 12 years of age or older.
6. RECIPE must be included with entry. All entries become the property of
Hawkeye REC.
7. Judges decisions are final!
Hawkeye REC
Lefse Contest
Tuesday, July 12 • Variety Tent
1st Prize $25.00 • 2nd Prize $15.00 • 3rd Prize $10.00
RULES
1. Entries must be brought to the Variety Tent (east of the grandstand) between
10:30 am and 11:00 am, on Tuesday, July 12. Judging will start at 11:30 am.
2. NO ENTRY FEE. Limit of two entries per family.
3. Should be in/on a disposable plate or tray. We cannot guarantee the return of
dishes.
4. MUST submit 12 plain rounds.
5. Open to anyone 12 years of age or older.
6. RECIPE must be included with entry. All entries become the property of
Hawkeye REC.
7. Judges decisions are final!
The Country Garden
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Congratulations to all the 4H & FFA members for your
participation & hard work for the Winneshiek County Fair!
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Flowers
& Gifts
Your Downtown Full Service Florist
113 W. Water St., Decorah • 563-382-1148
www.thecountrygardenflorists.com
Tuesday, July 12 at 2:00 pm
Variety Tent
RULES
1. Must be a resident of Winneshiek County.
2. Must be completely homemade.
3. Names must not be visible during judging.
4. Top three entries, or possibly all entries, will be displayed during the fair.
5. Will be judged: 25 points - originality; 25 points - degree of difficulty;
50 points - workmanship
6. Prizes will be awarded.
7. Any questions, contact Becky Winkler at [email protected]
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FUN FAIR CONTESTS
General Rules: 1. All contest participants must be present to win (we need pictures of all winners). 2. All contests will be judged
on the following criteria - Appearance 10 points, Texture/Consistency 10 points, Taste 10 points (unless otherwise stated.)
3. Individual contest rules will be enforced. ALL INFORMATION IN THIS EDITION TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ANY
PREVIOUSLY PRINTED MATERIAL. Questions: Call Becky Winkler 563-419-1549.
Rockweiler Appliance and TV
Homemade Ice Cream
Topping Contest
Wednesday, July 13 • Variety Tent
RULES
1. Entries must be brought to the Variety Tent (east of the grandstand) at 11:30 am,
Wednesday, July 13, judging to start at 12:00 pm
2. NO ENTRY FEE. Limit of two (2) entries per family.
3. Must be completely homemade.
4. Recipe must be included (becomes property of Rockweilers).
5. No professionals.
6. Ice Cream will be furnished. Please bring in a non returnable container.
7. Name on bottom of container only. Judged on taste and presentation.
8. Judges selection final.
Winneshiek County Public Health Service
Mini Cooks Contest
Wednesday, July 13 at 3:30 pm
at Variety Tent
For children ages 5-10
RULES
1. Must be homemade.
2. Must contain at least two of the following: a protein, a dairy product, a fruit or a
vegetable.
3. There is not an entry fee and cash prizes will be awarded as follows: $25.00 for
1st Place, $15.00 for 2nd Place, and $10.00 for 3rd Place.
4. You must arrive a half hour before the judging.
5. You need to have made enough for 10-12 servings, small plates, forks and
napkins will be provided.
6. You must bring the recipe with your name and address on the back.
7. The recipe and food will become property of Winneshiek County Public Health.
8. Please bring in a disposable container.
Proud sponsor of the
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Homemade Salsa Contest
Wednesday, July 13
Fontanelle Shelter (Music Tent)
1st Prize $25.00 • 2nd Prize $10.00
RULES
1. Entries must be brought to the Fontanelle Shelter (Music Tent) west of the
Cattlemen Restaurant, between 10:30 am and 11:00 am, Wednesday, July 13.
Judging to start at 11:00 am.
2. NO ENTRY FEE. Limit of two (2) entries per family.
3. Salsa can be made from vegetable or fruits or both.
4. Must be completely HOMEMADE. Entries should be in a disposable container
as we cannot guarantee the return of dishes. Entries must be a minimum of 2
CUPS of salsa.
5. RECIPE MUST BE INCLUDED with each entry. Recipes become the property of
South Winn Vet Clinic, but at your request, will not be released to anyone.
6. All entries become the property of the South Winn Vet Clinic.
7. Entries will be judged on appearance, consistency, and taste.
8. Judges selection is FINAL.
Winneshiek County Public Health Nursing Service
Junior Cooks Contest
Wednesday, July 13 at 3:30 pm
at Variety Tent
For teens ages 11-16
RULES
1. Must be homemade.
2. Must contain at least two of the following: a protein, a dairy product, a fruit or a
vegetable.
3. There is not an entry fee and cash prizes will be awarded as follows: $25.00 for
1st Place, $15.00 for 2nd Place, and $10.00 for 3rd Place.
4. You must arrive a half hour before the judging.
5. You need to have made enough for 10-12 servings, small plates, forks and
napkins will be provided.
6. You must bring the recipe with your name and address on the back.
7. The recipe and food will become property of Winneshiek County Public Health.
8. Please bring in a disposable container.
Proud to support
the Winneshiek
County Fair!
Jim Busta
Polka Party
Tuesday, July 12
Show Barn
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FUN FAIR CONTESTS
General Rules: 1. All contest participants must be present to win (we need pictures of all winners). 2. All contests will be judged
on the following criteria - Appearance 10 points, Texture/Consistency 10 points, Taste 10 points (unless otherwise stated.)
3. Individual contest rules will be enforced. ALL INFORMATION IN THIS EDITION TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ANY
PREVIOUSLY PRINTED MATERIAL. Questions: Call Becky Winkler 563-419-1549.
Bushman Insurance and Real Estate
Cupcake Contest
Thursday, July 14 • Variety Tent
1st Prize $25.00 • 2nd Prize $15.00
3rd Prize $10.00
RULES
1. Entries must be brought to the Variety Tent (east of the grandstand) between
10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., Thursday, July 14, judging to start at 11:30 am.
2. NO ENTRY FEE. Limit of two (2) entries per family. Open to all ages.
3. Must be COMPLETELY HOMEMADE, with a plate of 12 cupcakes. Can be
either plain or filled. Plate must be disposable, as we cannot guarantee the
return of dishes.
4. Cupcake will be judged on consistency, appearance and taste.
5. RECIPE MUST BE INCLUDED with each entry, including name, address and
phone number. Recipe and entries become the property of Bushman Insurance
and Real Estate.
6. Judge’s selection is final.
Blooms on Main
Pallet Challenge
Friday, July 15 at 2:00 pm
Variety Tent
RULES
1. Must be a resident of Winneshiek County.
2. Must be completely homemade.
3. Names must not be visible during judging.
4. Top three entries, or possibly all entries, will be displayed during the fair.
5. Will be judged: 25 points - originality; 25 points degree of difficulty; 50 points - workmanship
6. Prizes will be awarded.
7. Any questions, contact Becky Winkler at
[email protected]
LetterWerks Sign City
Gluten Free
Dessert Contest
Friday, July 15 at 1:00 pm • Variety Tent
RULES
1. No entry fee. Limit of two entries per family.
2. Entries must be completely homemade.
3. Entries should be on a disposable plate, as we cannot guarantee the return of
dishes.
4. Recipe must be included with each entry, including name, address and phone
number.
5. All entries become property of LetterWerks Sign City.
6. Cash prizes will be awarded as follows: 1st Place $25.00, 2nd Place $15.00,
3rd Place $10.00
7. Open to anyone 12 years of age or older.
8. Judges decisions are final.
The Winneshiek County Dairy Council & Promoters
Baked and Unbaked
Cheesecake Challenge
Friday, July 15 • Variety Tent
TWO CATEGORIES - 1) Chocolate 2) Fruit or Plain
In each category: 1st Prize $50.00 • 2nd Prize $25.00
RULES
1. Cheesecake can be baked or unbaked, but should be in a disposable container,
as we cannot guarantee the return of dishes.
2. Entries must be brought to the Variety Tent (east of the grandstand) between
11:30 am and 12 pm, Friday, July 15, judging starts at 12:00 pm.
3. RECIPE MUST BE INCLUDED but DO NOT include name.
4. Entries will be judged on originality, flavor & appearance, and use of Real Dairy
Products.
5. Cheesecakes MUST contain REAL DAIRY PRODUCTS.
6. Entries become property of Winn. Co. Dairy Promoters.
7. Limit 2 entries per household.
8. Contest limited to residents of Winneshiek County only.
9. Judges decisions are final!
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Enjoy all the fun at the winneshiek county fair
Including CC Bull Riding & Barrel
Racing on Saturday!
Proud Suppor ters of 4H/FFA at
the Winneshiek County Fair.
Best of luck to all exhibitors
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Enjoy the 2016 Fair!
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Feeder Sales:
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Market Cattle Auction Sale every
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Good Luck to all the exhibitors at the 2016 Fair!
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Homemade Lefse Contest 11:30
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at the Winneshiek County Fair!
Kids Fun Zone
Miller’s Petting Zoo • Noon to 7 p.m.
Nick’s Kid’s Show • Several Shows Daily
School Daze
Grades K-8 School Projects exhibited in the Education Building
Decorah • St. Benedict’s • North Winn • South Winn
CFS • Ossian • Turkey Valley
Carnival Rides
Evans United Midway “The Best in the Midwest”
Tuesday Evening - Saturday
Wristband Days:
Wednesday 6-10 pm • Friday 6-10 pm • Saturday 2-6 pm
Grandstand Shows
Tuesday, July 12: Upper Iowa Speedway Stock Car Races
Wednesday, July 13: Bill Riley’s Iowa State Fair Talent Search,
Antique Tractor Parade
& NTPA Truck & Tractor Pull
Thursday, July 14: William Michael Morgan & Tracy Lawrence
Friday, July 15: David Ray/Morgan Frazier & Travis Tritt
Saturday, July 16: CC Bull Riding & Barrel Racing
Daily Activities
Tuesday: 4-H/FFA Dog Show • Skid Loader Rodeo
Free Watermelon, courtesy of Winneshiek Medical
Center Foundation
Wednesday: 4-H/FFA Shows: Goat, Dairy, Sheep,
4H Clover Kids Bucket Bottle Calf Show • Kid’s Pedal Pull
Thunder Rode Horse Drill • Mini Cooks Contest
Antique Farm Tractor Display
4-H Educational Presentations
Thursday: 4-H/FFA Shows: Swine, Horse & Poultry
Pee Wee Dairy Show • Park & Rec Kid’s Fun Day
Bean Bag Contest
Friday: 4-H/FFA Shows: Beef & Rabbit
Saturday: Family Fun Run
Free Watermelon, courtesy of Fareway
Livestock Auction • Firemen’s Demonstration
Open Barrel Racing • Saddle Club Fun Day
4H Ag Olympics
DAILY: Community Building 4-H Exhibits,
Music Tent, Variety Tent, Food & More!
The Best Little Family Fair in Iowa
See website for complete list of activities and times
www.winneshiekcountyfair.org
SEE YOU AT THE FAIR!
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Have a great time at the
Winneshiek County Fair!
Welcome to the
Winneshiek County Fair!
Best of luck to all
Fair Exhibitors!
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AllSuprem e Cham pions ofthe W inneshiek County
4H/FFA Livestock Show s w illreceive
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Com plim ents ofDecorah Greenhouses,CONGRATULATIONS!
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Good Luck!
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Saturday 8:30-1:30 Sunday Closed
We Support The Winneshiek County Fair!
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Sunday 12-4
Thank you to
everyone who makes
the fair a huge success!
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Winneshiek County Fair - Schedule of Events
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
11:00 am ............ 4H/FFA Dog Show ...............................................................Show Barn
11:30 am ............ Lefse Contest ........................................................................Variety Tent
11:30 am ............ Grandma’s Homemade Bread Contest .............................Variety Tent
12:30 pm ............ Skid Loader Rodeo ....................................................Near Horse Arena
12:30 pm ............ Healthy Snack Smoothie Contest ............................Fontanelle Shelter
12:30-3:30 pm .. Ambulance Display - FREE watermelon slices
............................. courtesy WMC Foundation ........................... by Community Building
1:00 pm .............. Hobby/Shop Creations Contest ....................................... Variety Tent
2:30 pm .............. Repurposed Old Windows Contest...................................Variety Tent
1:30-2:15 pm ..... Bob Denk music .........................................................Fontanelle Shelter
2:30-3:30 pm ..... Curt & Linda Gjere music ........................................Fontanelle Shelter
4-6:00 pm........... Jim Busta Band with Mollie B ..............................................Show Barn
6:00 pm .............. Hot Laps .................................................................................Grandstand
6:30 pm .............. Upper Iowa Speedway Stock Car Races ............................Grandstand
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
8:15 am............... 4H/FFA Dairy Goat Show............................Danan Lansing Building
Following ........... 4H Clover Kids Bucket Bottle Calf Show..........................Show Barn
Following ........... 4H/FFA Bucket Bottle Show ...............................................Show Barn
Following ........... 4H/FFA Dairy Show .............................................................Show Barn
11:00 am ............ Homemade Salsa Contest .........................................Fontanelle Shelter
11:00 am ............ Bill Riley’s Iowa State Fair Talent Contest .........................Grandstand
12:00 pm ............ Ice Cream Sundae Contest..................................................Variety Tent
12:00 pm ............ Kid’s Pedal Pull .......................................................East of Grandstand
12:00 pm .............. Antique Tractors on Display..South Side of Danan Lansing Parking Lot
1:00 pm .............. Thunder Rode Horse Drill ...............................................Horse Arena
1-2:00 pm........... Nancy’s Timeless Melodies .......................................Fontanelle Shelter
2:30 pm .............. Northland Classic ...................................................................Show Barn
2-3:00 pm........... Dennis Halverson Music ...........................................Fontanelle Shelter
3-4:00 pm........... Homeward Bound Music ..........................................Fontanelle Shelter
3:00 pm .............. 4H/FFA Sheep Show .....................................Danan Lansing Building
Following ........... 4H/FFA Breeding Meat Goat Show ............Danan Lansing Building
Following ........... 4H/FFA Market Meat Goat Show ...............Danan Lansing Building
3:30 pm .............. Mini Cooks & Junior Cooks Contests (any food) ...........Variety Tent
5-7 pm ................ 4H Educational Presentations ............................................Variety Tent
6:30 pm .............. Classic Tractor Parade...........................................................Grandstand
7:00 pm .............. NTPA Truck & Tractor Pull ................................................Grandstand
Thursday, July 14, 2016
8:30 am............... 4H/FFA Swine Show ........................................................... Swine Barn
9:00 am............... Open Dairy Show...................................................................Show Barn
9:00 am............... 4H/FFA Horse Show .........................................................Horse Arena
11:30 am ............ Cupcake Contest...................................................................Variety Tent
12:00 pm ............ Pee Wee Dairy Show ..............................................................Show Barn
1:30 pm .............. Kid’s Fun Day .............................................................Near Variety Tent
1:30-3:30 pm ..... Bingo ......................................................................................Variety Tent
3:00 pm .............. Bean Bag Contest ............................................ by Community Building
4:00 pm .............. 4H/FFA Poultry Show ...........................................E.J. Weigle Building
4:00 pm .............. Fair Queen Coronation .......................................................Variety Tent
5-7:00 pm........... KQYB Pre-Concert Live Remote ............................Fontanelle Shelter
7:30 pm .............. William Michael Morgan ......................................................Grandstand
9:00 pm .............. Tracy Lawrence ......................................................................Grandstand
Free Gate &
Free Parking
Purchase of a Button will admit
you to all grandstand shows.
(Pre-fair: $25, At fair: $30).
Grandstand admittance
will be by button only.
Ages 6 & under FREE.
Midway by the Giant
Evans United Show
Friday, July 15, 2016
8:30 am............... 4H/FFA Breeding Beef Show .............................................Show Barn
Following ........... 4H/FFA Dairy Beef Show ...................................................Show Barn
Following ........... 4H/FFA Market Heifer Show ..............................................Show Barn
Following ........... 4H/FFA Market Beef Show.................................................Show Barn
9:30 am............... Open Carriage and Driving Show ....................................Horse Arena
12:00 pm ............ Cheesecake Contest..............................................................Variety Tent
1:00 pm .............. Gluten Free Dessert Contest ..............................................Variety Tent
2:00 pm .............. Pallet Challenge.....................................................................Variety Tent
3:00 pm .............. 4H/FFA Rabbit Show ............................................E.J. Weigle Building
5:00 pm .............. Box Social ..............................................................................Variety Tent
6-7:00 pm........... KNEI Pre-Concert ....................................................Fontanelle Shelter
7:30 pm .............. David Ray/Morgan Frazier..................................................Grandstand
9:00 pm .............. Travis Tritt ..............................................................................Grandstand
Saturday, July 16, 2016
8:00 am............... Family Fun Run ....................................................................Variety Tent
9:00 am............... 4H/FFA Parade of Champions ...........................................Show Barn
9:00 am............... Ted Schrandt Memorial Open 4D Barrel Exhibition ....Horse Arena
10:00 am ............ Free Watermelon, courtesy of Fareway ....................Near Show Barn
10:00 am ............ 4H/FFA Auction....................................................................Show Barn
11:00 am ............ Ted Schrandt Memorial Open 4D Barrel Racing ...........Horse Arena
11:00 am ............ Decorah Firemen............................................ East end of Grandstand
1:00 pm .............. Oneota Film Festival ........................................................................ TBD
1:00 pm .............. Saddle Club Fun Day ..........................................................Horse Arena
2:00 pm .............. Danae & Company music .........................................Fontanelle Shelter
4:00 pm .............. 4H/FFA Ag Olympics...........................................................Show Barn
7:00 pm .............. CC Bull Riding & Barrel Racing .........................................Grandstand
After Rodeo........ Barn Dance........................................................Near Fontanelle Shelter
See you at the Fair!
FAIR SPECIAL
$200
OFF
Drinking System
or H20 Softener
Midway open at
2:00 pm daily
(except Tuesday open at 5pm)
Wrist Band Days:
Wednesday 6-10 • Friday 6-10
Saturday 2-6
Pre-Fair: $18 • At Fair: $20
Serving Winneshiek, Howard, Chickasaw & Fayette counties
Wristband presales through July 11th at
Decorah Bank & Trust, Viking State Bank
& Trust and Bank of the West in Decorah.
Limited time offer. Dealer participation varies.
606 2nd Ave. SW Cresco, IA
563-547-4014 or 1-800-733-4014

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