Missouri State Fair

Missouri State Fair: Daily Schedule Tuesday, August 18, 2015
The first and last Tuesday of the Missouri State Fair is going on. Today is Missouri Farmers Care Food Drive Tuesday, in cooperation with Ford and Missouri Farmers to benefit Feeding Missouri. If you bring in can goods, you can save up to half off your gate admission today, between 7:30 a...
Oh, Fudge! Rocks The Missouri State Fair [OPINION]
A few years ago, you may remember my wife and I took a trip to Mackinac Island. The Missouri State Fair is known for great foods from all around the country. You can have corn dogs, funnel cakes, fried Oreos and whatever else, but if you walk through the Ag Building the smell of fudge …
Strolling The Grounds: 4-H Building
One of the main portions of the Missouri State Fair is to give kids an avenue to showcase their skills and talents. The 4H building does this year after year by allowing kids to do live demonstrations, show off photos, baked goods, projects and more...
Destiny Reed Crowned Miss Missouri State Fair 2015
Miss Destiny Reed from Hannibal was named the 2015 Missouri State Fair Queen in a ceremony held yesterday (Aug. 14). Miss Reed received the highest score of 55 contestants vying for the title in the two-day competition held in the Mathewson Exhibition Center. Miss Reed will reign over the remaining …
Strolling The Grounds: The Varied Industries Building
One of my favorite things to do during the Missouri State Fair is to take a look at some of the new innovations that vendors bring. Each year there always seems to be something that really catches the eye or imagination from kitchenware to gardening to toys for the kids to new spins on food...
Missouri State Fair Opening Weekend Preview
SEDALIA, Mo.) – The opening weekend of the 113th Missouri State Fair is full of exciting activities and world-class entertainment. Concert highlights will include Justin Moore with Easton Corbin performing in the Pepsi Grandstand, and the MRCA Show-Me State Stampede and Rodeo in the State Fair…

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