Fremont County Fair has always provided an opportunity for youth to display their talents and accomplishments in a public arena.
Over the years the fair grew and organizers added open and golden age divisions to allow adults to participate. Now, exhibits include 4-H projects, fine arts, quilts, needle work, leather crafts, wood work and more.
7:30am: Check in and Vet Check for the 4-H Horse Show will begin at Pathfinder Park.
8:30am: Check in will close for the 4-H Horse Show.
8:30am: A ribbon cutting ceremony at Pathfinder Park will officially open the Fremont County Fair. The public is welcome to watch this ceremony.
9:00am: 4-H English Showmanship will begin at the Pathfinder Park Arena. The 4-H English Performance Class will follow Showmanship. English Showmanship and Performance Awards will be given immediately following the Show.
9:00am: 4-H Building and grounds cleanup will begin. The Fremont County Cattlewomen will serve lunch to the cleanup crew.
6:00pm: Ranch Rodeo at Pathfinder Park. Gates open at 5:00pm: Event includes Wild Cow Milking, Trailer Loading, Calf Branding and Team Penning with a Bronc Riding following. Admission is $5.