JANESVILLE -- While you’re at the Rock County 4-H Fair, take a trip down memory lane with a visit to the Rock County 4-H Fair Museum. It’s open daily during fair week.
The museum features memorabilia including ribbons, fair books, past 4-H and FFA projects, items from former 4-H and FFA members and billboards and posters of past entertainers.
“Families Make the Fair Go Round” not only is the fair’s theme this year, it’s the emphasis of one new project that will be revealed during fair week.
The Ag Adventure Tent will be set up adjacent to the council’s tent and will offer interactive activities for the younger fairgoers. It’s a collaboration between the fair board and the Ag Business Council of Rock County.
Montgomery Gentry arguably is the most well known of the grandstand acts at the 2015 Rock County 4-H Fair. They’ve released six studio albums for Columbia Records’ Nashville division, producing more than 20 chart topping singles for the duo on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the No.1 hits “If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “Something to Be Proud Of” and “Lucky Man.”
JANESVILLE MESSENGER -- One of the great things about summer is the county fair. For six days, you can enjoy a slice of rural life right inside the city limits of Janesville.
This year’s Rock County 4-H Fair is set for July 28 through Aug. 2 at the Rock County Fairgrounds. The theme is “Families Make the Fair Go Round.”
BELOIT -- Ever since his childhood, Verne "O.V." Shaffer has found his greatest satisfaction in building things.
BELOIT -- Taking a stroll through Beloit’s Riverside Park on Friday evenings throughout the summer, walkers can enjoy the sounds of jazz or blues music playing in the background. If they return Monday, they’ll notice dancers twirling the night away.
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