(COLDWATER) – A long time summer event starts its nine day run today.
The 2014 Branch County 4-H Fair gets underway south of Coldwater with events and activities planned for everyday.
Today, exhibits will be entered according to the schedule set by the Fair Board. There will be one exhibit judged today, which is the Club Landscaping.
The annual parade will start at 4 PM. It begins at the fairgrounds, then moves through downtown Coldwater and ends up back at the fairgrounds.
Tonight at 7 PM is the Style Review at the Dearth Center. Also at 7 PM in the SJO Motocross in the Amphitheater. Tickets are $10 for adults, which is anyone 13 and older.
There's a full day of events on Sunday, starting with the Section 2 miniature horse/junior equine projects and individual performance classes. Other events include the poultry showmanship followed by ducks, geese, turkeys and chickens in the show shelters.
The cavies and rabbits will also be shown in the show shelter during the morning.
The fair opens to the public at 12 PM. Then at 1 PM will be the barnyard children judging along with the antique tractor pulls in the amphitheater.
At 4 PM there will be an inspirational service in the Dearth Center. The Branch Buds animal showing will take place in the show shelter at 4:30 PM and then at 7 PM will be the crowing of the 4-H King and Queen in the Dearth Center.
If you would like to find out more about this year's fair, you can go to their website at Branch County Fair dot org.