Hart County Kentucky Fair
                                   since 1886
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Hart County Kentucky Fair

Member of the Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse Shows

2013 1st place Basket Contest Blue Ribbon Winner

The Hart COUNTY FAIR features a Fun filled Midway, along with FFA & 4H exhibits, Agricultural Exhibits, Quilt contest, White Oak basket contest, Crafts, Culinary, Livestock Shows, Youth Exhibits, Youth Contests, Horse Shows, Youth Market Livestock Auction, LaSeR TaG, Demolition Derby, Truck Pull, Tractor Pull, Mud Sling and a Garden Tractor Pull. Annual Events also include; Karaoke Contest, Baby Contests, Little Miss, Little Mister, Miss Teen Kentucky and
Miss Kentucky County Fair!

NEW FOR 2014

We are proud to announce Miller Spectacular Shows are providing Fair Midway rides, games and amusements for the 2014 Hart Co Fair! Miller Spectacular Shows is a family owned and operated carnival based out of Greenbrier Arkansas. Johnny and Sue  Miller have taken what was once considered a small “county fair” carnival and grown to be one the larger carnivals in the
central United States. 

Don't forget Laser tag is FREE with paid admission to the fair.
Games will run from Monday June 30th through Saturday July 5th
from 5:00pm to 9:00pm CDT


Our 10th Annual Karaoke Contest is Thursday, July 3rd at 7:00pm at the Agriculture Center. $600.00 in Prize Money to be given away!
Hart Co Fair Karaoke contest sponsors: Howdy 103.7, Denise Brooks w/State Farm Insurance, Ricky Alvey Towing and Recovery, and
El Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant & Grill.

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Hello & Welcome,

In 2014, The Hart County Fair celebrates 128 years of fair activities. Nearly everyone in Hart County has a link to the county fair. It may be participating in an event, watching a friend or relative that is participating, serving as a volunteer, or just as a spectator. We proudly announce several first time events, such as Laser Tag and Chainsaw Carving!
This is your Fair, sponsored by the Hart County Fair Association, and is operated on a non-profit basis. The fair officials, directors and workers serve without pay. It is their loyal and unfailing efforts that make the Hart County Fair possible. It has taken several years and many hours of volunteer time to reach our present level of improvement and buildings at the fairgrounds.  

We wish to thank those who have contributed to Phase One of the Agriculture Building, the exhibitors, whether they be large or small, for their cooperation, support, in helping us have the Hart County Fair; an annual event of which the entire community can be proud.
with thanks,

Jimmy England
Hart County Fair Board President

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