Today is the first day of the Adair County Fair, and there are many more fun events planned for tomorrow.

On Thursday from 8-10am, contestants may enter poultry at the west end of the dairy barn, while from 8am to noon open class registrations will be held at the floral hall, and beginning at 8am, the supreme showman contest for horses and 4-H/FFA horse show will take place at the horse arena. Then, at 8:30am the swine show will begin in the swine show ring, and Bear Grove Chainsaw Carving will have a performance in the courtyard at 9am.

From 10am to 5pm individuals may check out the quilt show in the Varied Industries Building, with face painting from 10am to 4pm, and registration for the stuffed pet show to begin at the gazebo at 11am. At noon there will be another performance from Bear Grove Carving, with poultry showmanship to begin at the west end of the dairy barn. The floral hall will close for open class judging at 1pm, and the poultry show will take place at 2pm.

The final chainsaw carving performance will be at 3pm, with Ag Olympics to follow at 4:45pm in the courtyard, and the grandstand event will begin at 6pm, with a truck and tractor pull. The Midwest Pullers Association will start things off at 6pm, with the Northwest Missouri Tractor Pullers Association taking over at 7pm. In the 4-H/FFA Event Center, the clothing event style show will begin at 7pm, and at 8pm the Adair County Youth Council will host volleyball matches in the horse arena.

Raccoon Valley Radio will be broadcasting live from the fair from 10am to 6pm today through Saturday and 10am-3pm on Sunday. Check for results from the different events by clicking on the Adair County Fair link on the homepage.