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Shire Fair (Jul 2018), Ulster County Fair, New Paltz USA
The Ulster County Fair is a 6-day show taking place from July 31 to August 5, 2018 at Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz, USA. This case presents archery training program, Gymkhana Clinic, Rabbit Show, Ulster County Horse Council - Obstacle Challenge, Ulster County Soil and Water-Seedling Allocation, 4-H Tractor Driving Safety Program, Game Bow Dog Agility Show,
Mostly Marathons de Hauptsächlich, New Paltz Fire Department Car Show, UCHC Horse Show, Gymkhana Clinic, New Paltz Rotary Club - Touch a Truck, Hudson Valley Cluster of Dog Shows, Antique Truck Club of America - Truck Show, Toy Bow - Dog Agility Show und vieles mehr, etc. Exhibitors will present Hunter Training Program, Gymkhana Clinic, Rabbit Show, Ulster County Horse Council - Obstacle Challenge, Ulster County Soil and Water-Seedling Allocation, 4-H Tractor Driving Safety Program, Game Bow Dog Agility Show,
Mostly Marathons, New Paltz Fire Department Car Show, UCHC Horse Show, Gymkhana Clinic, New Paltz Rotary Club - Touch a Truck, Hudson Valley Cluster of Dog Shows, Antique Truck Club of America - Truck Show, Toy Bow - Dog Agility Show und vieles mehr.
PHOTOES: 2017 Ulster County Fair
The yearly Ulster County Fair is in full progress on the exhibition grounds on Libertyville Road in New Palt. It is open on Tuesday and will run until Sunday. There are horseback riding, play, food, cattle shows, music, porking and more. You can find all information, incl. day schedules and entrance fees, on the ulstercountyfair.com website.
New Paltz opens Ulster County Fair with Carload Night
Ulster County Fairgrounds are so situated in relationship to the village of New Paltz - below and farther down, with the north-flowing wallkill - that it always looks as if there is warfare and a threat of socio-political mayhem? Heaven is blinking in a sulfurous rhythm, the cries, explosions, grinders and summers sweeping around the shell of Shawangunk Ridge (Country Rock, devoured by the geo-reverb, blows of an impending uprising).
Isn' the Ulster County Fair a sporty kind of battle? When New Paltz is the progressively metropolis of Ulster County in the centre and south (and Woodstock leaves this distinction), the Mass is the ironic "other": a ritualised affirmation of gassports and the blue-state range of countrymusic.
Everyone is fair, and that's the nice thing about it. The same cannot be said of the beautifully sophisticated Dutchess County Fair, where the meat is lined with weed and the dark boat buffoon is as pointed as Rabelais (with whom it could actually be related). Ulster County Fair always comes first, taking over the Libertyville Road exhibition grounds in New Paltz on the first of August and ending its weekend on 6 August.
It is not a light-hearted mass, nor has it ever taken it seriously. Ulster's unparalleled bait is always able to catch up with oversized actors, and this is a particularly hefty year. The recently billed headliner, the Oak Ridge Boys, are county royalties and will be performing on Wednesday, August 2nd at 8 p.m. A younger country/rock group with as many Stones and Crazy Horse as Hank Sr. in Breed, Savannah Jack at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturday, August 5th, will be performing on Thursday, August 3rd at 8 p.m. The newer restless heart pacemaker will be performing on Thursday, August 3rd.
After all, five-time Grammy winning B.J. Thomas, a contestant for popular Rushmore, will take it home at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, August 6. It's actually a bit odd to think that those echos that come across the creek on a dark Sunday in late spring will be B.J. Thomas. Ulster County Fair is for all of us.
Senior citizens have free admission on Thursday 3 August from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Tuesday 1 August the family-friendly Carload Night, where fulls (maximum eight people) are allowed for 40 dollars.