2017 Clark County Fair continues through Sunday

VANCOUVER — Area residents have just three more days to enjoy the 2017 Clark County Fair.

The fair opens each day at 10 a.m. and the carnival opens each day at noon at the Clark County Fairgrounds.

The remaining schedule for the fair contains many featured events. In the grandstand each day at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., the Tuff Trucks (Friday and Saturday) and Monster Trucks (Sunday) will take over center stage.

Kyle Demelo shows off his skills during the MX Motorcycles exhibition Wednesday evening at the Clark County Fair. Photo by Mike Schultz
Kyle Demelo shows off his skills during the MX Motorcycles exhibition Wednesday evening at the Clark County Fair. Photo by Mike Schultz

Robert Haslem, of Seattle, increases his degree of difficulty during the MX Motorcycles event Wednesday at the Clark County Fair. Photo by Mike Schultz
Robert Haslem, of Seattle, increases his degree of difficulty during the MX Motorcycles event Wednesday at the Clark County Fair. Photo by Mike Schultz

The schedule over the final three days of the fair also contains many 4-H events and the annual Junior Livestock Auction will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday.

For those who want to over indulge, or those who just want to watch others do so, the Cheeseburger Eating Contest will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. and the Pie Eating Contest will take place Sunday at 5 p.m.

Cal Vallone got his kicks during the MX Motorcycles competition Wednesday at the Clark County Fair. Photo by Mike Schultz
Cal Vallone got his kicks during the MX Motorcycles competition Wednesday at the Clark County Fair. Photo by Mike Schultz

Other entertainment on the schedule each includes Juggler Paul Isaak and Penelope The Clown,, Adam The Great, Professor Smart and hypnotist Jerry Harris.

The Dock Dogs exhibition is also featured each day at the fair, culminating with the Big Air Finals at 5 p.m. on Sunday.

For more information and a complete schedule of events for the final three days of the 2017 Clark County Fair, go to clarkcofair.com.

About The Author

Ken Vance got his start in the newspaper industry in 1987 as a reporter at The Columbian Newspaper in Vancouver. Vance graduated from Stevenson High School in Stevenson, WA, and attended Clark College in Vancouver. He worked for The Columbian from 1987-2001. He was most recently a staff member of The Reflector Newspaper in Battle Ground, where he served as editor since 2010 and reporter since 2007. Vance’s work in the newspaper industry has won him multiple awards, including a first place award from the Society of Professional Journalists for in-depth reporting.

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