The Columbia County Fair's Senior Citizens Day is at 2 p.m. today.

Here is the remainder of the Columbia County Fair schedule through the end of its run on Saturday.

Tuesday, September 17

11 a.m. Daily food and flower exhibits due at fairgrounds for judging.

2 p.m. Senior Citizens Day. Entertainment and door prizes, pavilion.

6 p.m. Cooking contest, Jamerson Building.

6 p.m. Junior livestock judging for breeding swine and market hogs.

6:30 p.m. Talent show, pavilion.

Wednesday, September 18

11 a.m. Daily food and flower exhibits due at fairgrounds for judging.

6 p.m. Junior livestock judging for dairy goat and market goat, market lamb, registered beef and commercial heifer.

7 p.m. Dance contest, pavilion.

Thursday, September 19

6:30 p.m. Junior livestock sale, sale barn.

6:30 p.m. Baby Miss, Toddler Miss and Tiny Miss Fair Queen contests, pavilion.

Friday, September 20

7 p.m. Little Miss, Petite Miss and Pre-teen and Teen Miss contests, pavilion.

10 p.m. Livestock released.

Saturday, September 21

11 a.m. Fun time. Unlimited ride ticket, $15. Gate charge for non-riders, $5.

1 p.m. Baggo Tournament, pavilion.

4-11 p.m. Unlimited ride ticket $20. Gate charge for non-riders, $5.

Before 10 a.m. and after 10 p.m. Livestock released.

Sunday, September 22

Remove all exhibits between 1-3 p.m.

Pick up premium checks, fair office.

Gates to the fairgrounds officially open to the general public at 5 p.m.

Children age 5 and under are admitted free. Adults are $5.

Armbands good for all rides may be purchased for $15 on Tuesday and Saturday afternoon. Armbands good for all rides are $20 on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and on Saturday night.

Parking is free at the fairgrounds on County Road 13 north of Southern Arkansas University.

Saturday Fun Time, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., will feature unlimited ride tickets for $15. The gate charge for non-riders is $5.

The Keith Exhibit Hall features information booths operated by local civic organizations, businesses, political parties and others.

The Jamerson Exhibit Hall features craft displays.

Two separate food courts are in operation. Booths operated by many civic groups and churches will be open along the carnival midway.

Prize premiums and ribbons are awarded for a wide variety of crafts and products. They are located in the Jameson Exhibit Hall. Categories include floral arrangements, needlework, apiary equipment, photography, food preservation, industrial art, art, clothing and accessories, field crops, handicrafts, horticulture, holiday arts and crafts and educational exhibits.

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