Westport Fair returns this weekend

Weekend-long celebration of agriculture and the return of autumn, at Westport Fairgrounds

By Ted Hayes
Posted 10/15/21

A celebration of agriculture more than 60 years running kicks off this Friday, when the Westport Fair gets underway at 200 Pine Hill Road.

Friday, Oct. 15

* 6 p.m.: Blue Angels car show (rain …

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Westport Fair returns this weekend

Weekend-long celebration of agriculture and the return of autumn, at Westport Fairgrounds

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A celebration of agriculture more than 60 years running kicks off this Friday, when the Westport Fair gets underway at 200 Pine Hill Road.

Friday, Oct. 15

* 6 p.m.: Blue Angels car show (rain date Saturday, 2 to 5 p.m.)

* 7 p.m.: Horseshoe tournament. Sign-up starts at 6 p.m.

* 7 p.m.: Light rock by True

* 7 p.m.: Slab pulls. Sign-up starts at 6 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 16

* 11 a.m.: Touch A Truck

* 12 p.m.: Toe Jam Puppet Band

* 1 p.m.: 725-pound garden tractor pulls, ages 12 and under. Sign up at noon.

* 1 p.m.: 6,000-pound farm tractor pulls. Sign up at noon.

* 1:30 p.m.: Billy Leetch, acoustic guitar

* 4 p.m.: BP Acoustics

* 4:30 p.m.: Annual chicken barbecue

Sunday, Oct. 17

* 11 a.m.: Southshore tractor pulls

* 12 p.m.: Mad Scientist

* 1 p.m.: Corn hole tournament. Sign up at noon.

* 1 p.m.: Slab pulls, sign up at noon.

* 2 p.m.: Wicked Weezy entertainment (karaoke)

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