WARSAW — Cloudy skies have given way to sunshine for the 99th Annual Kosciusko County Fair. While there’s still puddles of water and mud to avoid, the fair is in full swing with plenty to see, eat and enjoy.
Several of the animal judgings took place this morning with many more this afternoon, continuing into the evening.
While the dog showmanship and rabbit show had concluded before noon, the Horse & Pony western show and contesting will be held throughout the day. The 4-H Beef Show has 83 classes of heifers and steers being shown. The heifer class started at noon followed by a short break before beginning the steer judging in the show arena.
Dairy goats will be shown in the goat barn at 4 p.m. Some animal judgings took place Saturday and Sunday.
Throughout the remainder of the day various activities will take place, including the Youth Talent Contest at 5:30 p.m. for the junior division, age 12 and younger with the senior division registration starting at 7:30 p.m. for those ages 13 to 21 at the Event Center. The contest will begin shortly after.
The evening will conclude with the Broken Horn IPRA World Championship Rodeo at the grandstand. Rides will be in operation starting at 6 p.m.
The 4-H Exhibits and Open Class Exhibits are on display in the Shrine Building and Home and Family Arts building. Make sure to stop in these two buildings to check out the talents of 4-H’ers and adults in the county.