Grounds Attractions

Let Us Entertain You

2009 CC Elvis LSDon't just hang out at the carnival...EXPLORE! Choose from a variety of activities such as music acts, dancers, roving entertainers,shows and special displays, all waiting for you to visit.

 

Be DARING - visit the Farmer for the Day area and pick some apples. Make a racing cucumber!  Show off and enter one of our fun contests - like egg toss, bubble gum blowing, pie eating.  Sing your heart out at karaoke! 

 

All of these great FREE attractions are just waiting for you to explore.

   

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Pigs..."the other racers".  Thrills, squeals, mini-spills add up to "pig-a-riffic" fun that can be yours at this FREE daily attraction. Don't "pork-crastinate" ...they're waiting to see you cheer for the racers. Weekdays at 11am, 1:30pm, 3pm & 6:30pm. Weekends an extra race is scheduled at 5pm.  The final race is scheduled for 5:30pm on the last day of Fair.   

 

 

International Lumberjack Show

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Watch the guys and gals compete in saw-offs, log rolling (who'll go in the pool first?), axe throwing and extremely tall spare pole climbing! It's educational and fun to watch. FREE daily shows at 12pm, 4pm and 7pm. (no 7pm show on on the last day of Fair) 

 

  

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Farming, it's not just on Facebook...you and our kids can experience it here on a small scale.  Pick apples, gather eggs, dig for potatoes and milk a cow. Try navigating the kid-sized hay maze.  This is a great way to make memories and get a great photo too!  The Farmer For The Day area is FREE and open daily.   

 

Western Heritage Museum 

Museum3The newly expanded Western Heritage Museum is free to all guests during theMuseum4 Fair.The museum is open during Fair hours, offering a fun collection of Snohomish County history covering logging, mining, construction, transportation and agriculture. Lots of displays to see, buttons to push, and things to try.  Make new memories, while seeing how things were done years ago.  Keep your camera ready ~ you'll have plenty of photo opportunities.

  

Don't Be Shy

LOOK, ASK and LEARN!  Don't be shy, our fair people want you to ask questions.  Now's your chance to get the answers to all kinds of questions. What do bees eat? Do they really have knees? Check out the NW District Beekeepers Display in building 500 to get the answers. There, you can see a live hive and talk to live beekeepers.

Do the sounds at a dentist office scare you?  Now's your chance to hear and look at those instruments in a whole new light.  Just wander over to the Quil Ceda Carvers and see all of the wonderful wood carvings they do.  Stay awhile and watch them create their carvings. The carvers are located in building 500.

Could you live without an indoor bathroom? electricity? a plush mattress?  See how people lived in t2009 KidsOnLilTractors LShe "old days" (we're not talking the 50s).  Make you way over to the American Heritage Display and the Shannahan Cabin/Fair Museum to see live demonstrations on cooking, candle making, laundry and so much more.  Demonstrations change daily. Who knows what you can learn at this FREE time machine located in building 500 and outside in Frontier Land.

 

Want to know more about the equipment they used over the years to harvest your food?  Go to the Sky Valley Stock & Antique Tractor Club's display.  See all of the extremely old tractors and equipment needed to grow, harvest and get your food to the stores in years gone bye. The tractors are waiting for you to stop by the dairy barn from 10am-8pm (5pm on the last day of Fair). There are even some lil' tractors to try out.


Thinking of starting a garden? How to get the most food out of the smallest space? Want to find the perfect 2009 AGcontainergardn LSplant for your soggy soil?  Ask the masters - the WSU Coop-Extension Master Gardeners.  You can pick their brains daily from 10 am-8pm in the Floral section of the Display Hall. Or head over to the Snohomish County Agriculture Display - paint a pot, race vegetables, learn some fun facts and see what's cooking at the food contests, plus so much more.  The Ag Display is at #260 on the map - displays and demonstrations change daily.

 

All information subject to change without notice.