The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

What's happening at the Fair?


August 2, 2007

- by Kathleen Morgain

August 2 , 2007

Things are heating up at the Fairground!

Animal entries have been made, building superintendents are planning decorations, Local organizations are securing their spaces and judges are sharpening their pencils!

Would you like to be a building host or greeter? Superintendents appreciate a break away from their posts and an opportunity to see the other displays and entries. They also appreciate help with decorations. An amazing amount of paper is hung in a very short time! Many hands do indeed lighten the work. If you can spare the time in the days before the fair, please give the fair office a call. 795-3480, or email

Bang for the Buck!

Three days of Horse demonstrations, Kids games, Animal shows, Timbersports, Slow Tractor Race (cash prizes), Karaoke Contests (cash prizes), Kristi Nebel and the Celluloid Cowboys, Dented Trucks Blues Band plus many more local favorites.

Admission pass for all three days is only six dollars.

August 16, Seniors, 60 and over and Red Hat Ladies, free until 4 p.m.

August 17, Kids under 14, free until 4 p.m.

Armed Forces, free admission with military ID

Passes are available at local businesses and at the Fair Office in Skamokawa. 360-795-3480.

“Chick it Out” and spend the day in Skamokawa!


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