Free Rides at the Heart of Ohio USA Days

Your Heart of Ohio USA Days committee is hard at work to bring you the best festival EVER! Besides the great slate of music, personal interaction with Princesses Jasmine and Cinderella, kiddie tractor pulls, Little Miss Liberty & Uncle Sammy pageant, baby crawl and toddler track meet, build-a-bear, petting zoo, corn hole tournament, more special things for the kids and the yummiest “Fair food”!Read full story

Fredericktown Tomato Show Schedule for September 8

Schedule of Events for Thursday, September 8
10 am-1 pm Enter flowers- Masonic Lodge
1 pm- Judging of vegetables and tomato classes
2 pm- Flower judging
5 pm- Register for kids’ pedal tractor pull (6-7 year olds)- Main Stage
5:30- Kids’ Pedal Tractor Pull (6-7 year olds)- Main Stage
6 pm- Register for Kids and Critters Parade- Brickhouse Grind parking lot
6:15- Judging for Kids and Critters Parade
6-7 pm- Main Street Free Press Museum- tours and demos
6-9 pm Royal Princess Party- Elsa and Rapunzel will join the Kids Parade, do a show on the Main Stage, then head back up to the square for pictures
6:30-Kids and Critters Parade
7 pm- School House Rock, followed by Fredericktown Select Choir- Main Stage
7:15-8:30 pm Main Street Free Press Museum Program-First Baptist Church
7:30 pm Kid’s Prize Drawing- Hospitality Tent
7:30 pm-Granny Creek Ukulele Band- Gazebo
7:30 pm- Ryan Otis Bandy- Main Stage
8:30-10 pm Main Street Free Press Museum- tours and demos
9 pm- Cash Drawing- Hospitality Tent

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Knox County Fair Partners with Bates Brothers Amusements

The Amusement Rides are Starting to Move in. This year the Knox County Fair partnered with BATES BROTHERS AMUSEMENTS
Clean Family Entertainment Since 1965!
Rides for 2022 fair will be provided by Bates Brothers Amusements Company.
Single tickets will be $1 each with Kid Rides requiring 4 tickets and Major Rides requiring 5 tickets.
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Heart of Ohio USA Days Names Parade Grand Marshall

The USA Days Festival parade will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 18th. This year’s theme is “Honoring Community Service-Saluting “Serve the Burg”.

Bryan Hetterscheidt is the coordinator of “Serve the Burg”. Now the pastor of the Centerburg Christian Church he is retired from the Ohio State Fairgrounds so he is very familiar with setting things up, tearing things down and the like.
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