August 20 - 26

Downtown Lexington MO

Wednesday August 23

• PRE-SCHOOL KIDS STORY TIME (Lexington Trails Regional Library)  10:00 a.m.

• BEER WAGON OPENS (City Hall Parking Lot)   5:30 p.m.

• CRAFT CAFÉ-SPECIAL FAIR EDITION (Lexington Trails Regional Library)  “No Charge”  Fun Craft Project for adults  5:30 p.m.

 

• KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FISH FRY (Franklin Ave. in Front of City Hall Parking Lot)

Serving Fish-French Fries/Chips-Drink $6 per person  5:30 p.m.- ?

 

• PIE AND ICE CREAM SOCIAL (10TH Street & Franklin Ave.) Hosted by The Presbyterian Disciples Church 5:30 p.m.- ?

 

• CRAZY FOR CUPCAKES (Main Street in Front of Courthouse) Fundraiser for Cub Scout Pack 318   6:00-8:00 p.m.

 

• WASHER TOURNAMENT (City Hall Parking Lot) $20 per team entry. Registration begins at 6:00 p.m.  6:30 p.m.

CLICK HERE for Flier.

 

• STRUTT YOUR MUTT DOG SHOW (In front of Lafayette County Courthouse) Registration at 6:30 p.m.  7:00 p.m.

 

• RACK AND ROLL 8-BALL POOL TOURNAMENT (The Spotted Pig Restaurant/Sports Bar.)  Ladies  Night $10 entry fee per person

Starts at 7:00 p.m.  CLICK HERE for Flier

 

Pre-School Kids Story Time

 Trails Regional Library hosts Pre-School Story and Activity time every Wednesday at 10:00  a.m.

 Fair week will bring a special “Fair Edition” of this weekly program.

 

Join Miss Donna for an hour of stories, crafts and activities…..which may include bubbles!

 

 

 

Craft Café – Special Fair Edition

 Hey adult fair-goers…are you looking for a little “quite time”, that includes air conditioning?  Come to the Library and create a small bouquet of flowers, using buttons and book pages.

 Materials will be provided, however class size will be limited to 12 – please call or stop by the library to sign-up.

 

 Date:  Wednesday, August 23, at 5:30 p.m.

 

 

 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS to Serve Up Fish and More

 Also on  the Wednesday Night Schedule of Events for the Lexington Community Fair, the Knights of Columbus will host their 2nd Annual “Fair Fish Fry”.

 

 This fish fry isn’t just a meal------it’s a community gathering, an “Eat in the Street” with family and friends.

 

 The aroma of fresh fish frying will permeate the air in front of the City Hall Parking Lot starting at 5:30 p.m.  A plate of food, fun and fellowship can be purchased for $6 per person.

 The menu will include Fish, Bread, French Fries or Potato Chips and a Drink.

 

 Event planners are looking forward to having rows of tables occupied by chatty fish-eating fans!!!!!

 Come and enjoy a casual meal with friends and family and support a great cause!

 

 

 

Enjoy Pie and the “Cool Stuff” at the Presbyterian Disciples Church-Pie and Ice Cream Social

 A pie and ice cream social will be held by the Lexington Presbyterian Disciples Church on Wednesday evening, August 23rd from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the church located at 10th and Franklin Ave.

 

 If you have a sweet tooth or a weakness for “the cool stuff,” this is one event you will not want to miss during the many activities taking place Wednesday night in the downtown area.

 

 

 

CRAZY FOR CUPCAKES

 It’s time to indulge in all things sweet….What better way to celebrate Lexington Fair Days this year, than adding cupcakes to the mix!!!!!

 

 Come celebrate your love of cupcakes on Wednesday, August 23rd in front of the Lafayette County Courthouse from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. during the annual “Strutt Your Mutt Dog Show” and on Thursday, August 24th before, during and after the LHS Pep Rally also from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

 

 Lexington Cub Scout Pack 318 will be “Baking-Up” a variety of crowd-pleasing options as a fundraiser for the troop.

 

 Hey cupcake fans!!  Time to show your cupcake love!!  Bring the whole family to support the local scouting troop at this returning event to downtown Lexington, MO.

 Inquires regarding this event may be directed to Carol Brooks at (660) 259-6278

 

 

 

Washer Tournament Set for Wednesday Night

 Do you pitch washers?  Want to have some fun?  Then come join us on Wednesday night, August 23rd  on the City Hall parking lot.  Registration for the event will start at 6:00 p.m. with the competition set to begin at 6:30 p.m.

 

 The competition is open to all ages.  There will be a $20.00 entry fee for each 2-person team.  Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners.  Food, music, and drinks will be available.  To sign up or for more information, call Chris Brooks at (660)232-5412.  CLICK HERE for Flier

 

 

 

“Strut Your Mutt Dog Show” –A Long Standing Tradition Continues!!!  For Dog and Dog-Lovers Alike

 Does your dog have a special trick?  Does everyone remark about how high he jumps?  Is your dog the best tail-wagger you’ve ever seen?  These are all categories of “competition” for the 9th Annual “Strutt Your Mutt Dog Show”.  This event is great fun for kids of all ages and their families.  Please bring your dogs; short or tall, big or small, young or old because it’s sure to be a Bark of a time!

 

 This event will take place on Wednesday evening, August 23rd  in front of the Lafayette County Courthouse.  Registration for this hound-dog fun begins at 6:30 p.m. with all the action starting at 7:00 p.m.

 

 Not all dogs are suited for the Westminster Dog Show, but we know our best friends deserve an award just for being so important in our lives.  This event honors the “family dog”.  Our beloved canine companions provide us with unconditional love and affection, and this event is all about the special relationship we share.  You will be able to enter the Pride of Your Life in these fun categories.

 

1.  “Cute as a Button ”

(For small dogs over one year in age)

Best small dog category. Will be judged on size, overall personality, appearance and cute factor.

 

2.  “Best Bling/Most Glamorous”

In this category, dogs should be wearing shiny colors and lots of doggie Jewelry.  This category is for canines with class and a little bit of attitude.  Watch out for the paparazzi!

 

3.  “Best Tail Wag”

Each owner will bring their dog forward to demonstrate their dog’s wag.  The dog should look very happy.  Judges are looking for enthusiastic waggers or dogs with a unique wag.

 

4.  “Best Trick”

Each owner will be given an opportunity to demonstrate their dog’s trick(s).  Owners are allowed to bring props.

 

5.  “Loveliest Lady”

For the Girls Only—For female dogs who shine in the beauty department.

 

6.  “Fantastic Fella”

For the Boys Only—For the most handsome male dogs.

 

7.  “Best Markings”

Does your dog have freckles on its face, brindle coloring on its back or stripes on its rear?  Okay, that’s a bit far “fetched”, but you get our drift.  Judges are looking for unusual markings or markings that set your dog apart!

 

8.  “Best Costume”

Does your dog like to dress up?  Show us his or her favorite get-up.

 

9.  “Most EAR-resistible Ears”

This category is mostly based on opinion.  Judges look for dogs that have ears that they think are really cute, have character or stand out in some way.  They could be extra large or super floppy or have good coloring.

 

10.  “Most Obedient”

A chance to show off how well your dog listens to your commands.

 

11.  “Most Patriotic”

A class for those lovable pets who will win the Vote of the judges for the best in their RED-WHITE & BLUE.

 

12.  “Best Senior”

(For dogs 7 years or older.)

Judges look for dogs that are good looking, have great personalities or stand out in some way.

 

13.  “Dog With the Wiggliest Butt”

This category is for dogs with no tails.

 

Best in Show will also be awarded by the judges.  ALL dogs must be on a leash

 

 

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