An exciting mixture of favorite traditional and new events are planned for fairgoers annually, the first weekend in August.
Friday’s schedule of events includes the 4-H and Open Class livestock show where swine, sheep and beef classes will be judged, including a Heifer Pen Jackpot. The action will continue on Friday afternoon with the 4-H and Open Class Horse Show and Round Robin Showmanship Contest. Friday evening’s entertainment will feature a performance by the always fun Parched Prairie Players.
A morning parade downtown in Terry will kick off Saturday’s events. Fairgoers can then head out to the fairgrounds after the parade to view the Open Class and 4-H exhibits on display. The Prairie Action League’s Bump & Run is on the schedule Saturday afternoon. Later Saturday afternoon, 4-H members will offer their market livestock for sale at the 4-H Livestock Sale. Saturday will wrap up with a concert in front of the grandstand.
Sunday will begin with a Community Church Service. The Terry Roping Club will host a rodeo-queen contest Sunday morning. Later that afternoon, fairgoers can enjoy the Homemaker Pie Auction and the Roping Club’s Ranch Rodeo, featuring some of the best local cowboys around.
Prairie County Fair Reservations and Information:
31 Fairgrounds RoadPO Box 7Terry, MT 59349 US
No gate admission and free parking. Admission to grandstand events: $12 for adults, $6 for students, preschoolers are free.
Parking is on a grass lot in fairly close proximity to exhibit buildings. Parking for grandstand events is available immediately behind the grandstands. Hand rails are available at the grandstand. There is a gravel walkway through the ticket booth before you reach the sidewalk in front of the grandstand. Restrooms are located near the main parking lot in the middle of the Fairgrounds.