Richland County Fair September 6-10, 2017
For Wheels of Time Information click the link below.
Antique trucks, tractors, cars and gas engines; sawmill, shredding and threshing demonstrations. Public is invited; free admission. Lunch stand with delicious homemade pies. This is a very unique event with a large variety of vehicles to see. Don’t miss it!
September 30th, October 1st, & 2nd 2016
2 Level Loading Dock available
Wheels of Time contact is Mark Welte 608.647.3336 or Kelly Sheafor 608.604.3621
Hill Country Classic Power hosting Farmall Frolic Wisconsin Chapter #4 International Harvester Collectors – Contact Don Wanless 608.647.6296 or Lyle Tydrick 608.528.4372
Travel Wisconsin – http://www.travelwisconsin.com/events/history-heritage/wheels-of-time-43918
Campsites on the Fair Grounds
Please call the Office at 608-647-6859, after hours Carla can be reached at 608-553-2813 or you may email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While you are in the area, check out some of the other features Southwestern Wisconsin has to offer!
Check out our Fair Food Vendors page for up to date information on all the delicious food available this year.
Family Fun Day
Check out the fun hands-on science and technology activities from 12:00-2:00! Families are invited to play with interactive toys and learn about upcoming STEM programs. Activities are sponsored by the Brewer Public Library and the UW-Extension 4-H program.
- 12:00pm Harness Racing, Petting Zoo, Army Rock Climbing Wall and Humvee
- The Science Alliance “ZAP” Program- Sponsored by Alliant Energy starting at 11:00am
Get your kids charged up about electricity!
The Science Alliance is excited to announce a brand new fun-filled interactive show designed to demonstrate how electricity works! Utilizing fun displays and experiments, our presenters will educate your kids using hands-on interactions featuring the hair-raising Van de Graaf generator and the exciting buzz of the Tesla coil!Volunteers from the audience will use glowing tubes to build a human electric bridge while learning that static electricity is safe! They’ll see flashes of simulated lightning from a Jacob’s ladder and learn how different energies can be transformed into electricity. Conservation of energy and circuits will be discussed and several volunteers will help reveal how electricity flows and how circuits are created and broken. Zap! will illuminate the mysterious world of electricity by igniting YOUR kids’ curiosity!
- Bike Check at 9:30am followed by the Bike Rodeo at 10:00am Host by Chad Kanable with prizes from Wallace Cooper & Elliott
- 10:30a-3p Food available at the Kawains Building by the Fair Committee with some of the proceeds to help fund the building/barn repairs. The Kawains will also be giving out free popcorn and the Horse Project will also be selling freezy pops donated by the Kawains Club to help raise money for their Gasser Arena Project.