Don Pickering Memorial Horseshoe Pitching Tournament
Saturday, August 6 10 am
Jay & Cheryl Howard
Registration begins at 10 am. Rules will be posted. Partners for horseshoe competition will be drawn. Calcutta for teams.
Sponsors: Town & Country Insurance, Northwest Ranch Supply, Keller Williams Realty
Commissioners Cookie Jar Contest
Satruday, August 6 - 10 am
Anyone living in Grand or Summit Counties are invited to compete in the Commissioner's Cookie Jar. Bring a plate of six cookies made from your favorite recipe. The Grand County and Summit County Commissioners will begin judging at 10:45 am.
Sponsors: Grand County Commissioners and Summit County BOCC
Mayor's Pie Contest
Saturday, August 6 - 10 am
Superintendent: Suzanne Briggs
Rosie's Showdown Salsa Contest
Saturday, August 6 - 11 am
(Drop -off Salsas by 10:45 am)
Superintendent: Fair Board
The Challenge: Create a delicious salsa. A panel of local judges will judge your salsa on aroma, consistency, appropriate heat level, color, taste, and after taste. Salsa inspired prizes.
There will also be a people's choice award voted on by all the salsa tasters. Cash prize for the most voted for salsa.
Contestant Cost - $5 per salsa
Tasting Fee: TBD determined includes one people's choice vote and one taste of each salsa. Tastings will be from 11 am until 3 pm or salsa runs out.
Rules: Make and bring one quart of salsa (1 quart jars). Multiple entries are permitted.
Fill out a registration card for each salsa you will be entering; include a description of your salsa (mild, medium, hot) or if it has possible allergens. Set up or drop off salsa by 10:45 am at the beef barn. Pick up salsa by 4 pm. All salsa contestant entries will be given a number and salsas will be labeled on the salsa table with the salsa description. Judges and people's choice voters will vote using the numbers.
Saturday, August 6 - 12 pm - 3 pm
Superintendent: Robbie James
Kids of all ages can enjoy the variety of games. Prizes for everyone!
Sponsors: Last Time Round Thrift Shop and West End Rental and Tires
Anita Thompson Memorial Wool Walk
Sunday, August 7 - 10 am
Front of the Grand Stands
Resumés are due Saturday, August 6, 2022 at noon at the Extension Office.
This is an open event and participants do not need to be enrolled in 4-H or FFA. Contestants are encouraged to walk with a fiber-bearing animal, (eg. sheep, alpaca, llama, goat or rabbit), but animals are not required. The object of this event iis to present the wool in the most attractive manner; it gives the spectators an opportunity to see wool at its best. Contestants will model outfits and accessories made of at least 50% wool; they do not need to be homemade. Boys and men are encouraged to participate in this event. Please submit your one full page, typed resumé (neatly handwritten is acceptable).
Include your name, age, description of your outfit, resumé, and overall presentation.
1 Adults 18 and up
2 Intermediate Ages 13-17
3 Junior Ages 8-12
4 Minis Ages 7 & under
Cash Prizes for All Age Divisions