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After Almost Two Years of Waiting, Here is the Entertainment Lineup You Don't Want to Miss

Wednesday, July 28
5:30 pm Diamond & Whisky - Country Band
6:40 pm Plymouth County Fair Opening Ceremony & Flag Raising
6:45 pm 4-H Foundation Donor Ceremony
7:00 pm. Plymouth County Fair King & Queen Crowning
8:00 pm. Diamond & Whisky - Country Band

Thursday, July 29
5:00 pm Six Appeal - A cappella
6:15 pm Six Appeal - A cappella
7:30 pm McEwyn Band - Country

Friday, July 30
4:00 pm Conway Remembered - Branson Show
5:00 pm Rob Leckband - Hypnotist
6:15 pm Conway Remembered - Branson Show
7:30 pm Rob Leckband - Hypnotist
8:45 p.m. Conway Remembered - Branson Show

Saturday, July 31
3:00 pm Rob Leckband - Hypnotist
4:15 pm Wild Fire - Country
5:30 pm Rob Leckband - Hypnotist
6:45 pm Wild Fire - Country
8:30 pm. Jason Pritchett - Country

Sunday, August 1
11:00 am Le Mars Church of Christ Church Service
3:00 pm The Memories
4:30 pm. Auction - Chainsaw Carvings
6:00 pm The Browns Family Music Group
7:00 pm The Memories
8:00 pm The Browns Family Music Group





Elgin No., 2 Schoolhouse

Daily Activities, Prizes & More

School is in session! Every afternoon and evening there are exciting things happening in the school house.

This year, on Thursday, we are thrilled to welcome Iowa PBS to the Village. There will be an educational booth, and maybe even some giveaways!

Sheriff's Office

Blacksmith's Shop

Stop by to see demonstrations of a craft seldom seen anymore.

Fire Station

Several Unique Food Vendors

Lego Depot

Le Mars Toy Club

A ROUND the farm in the BARN

2021 Featured Educational Exhibit - Farm Safety

2021 will mark the seventh year for "A ROUND the farm in the BARN" agricultural education exhibit featured inside the famous Tonsfeldt Round Barn at the Plymouth County Fair. The exhibit is hosted by the Le Mars Area Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee with assistance from the FFA chapters from high schools within the county.

The annual exhibit showcases the economic importance of Plymouth County agriculture and uses various "hands-on" interactive displays to make the exhibit educational and enjoyable. The exhibit features enlarged, often times, life-size photographs of everyday life of agriculture. Through the "Did You Know…?" posters, visitors learn of interesting facts, statistics, and trivia relating to local agriculture.

Inside the round barn exhibit, visitors will see a live bee hive and how honey is made. Children of all ages are fascinated to turn and operate a crank and watch the movement of grain through an auger and elevator with the simulated grain auger and elevator system. You can watch a video showing how a cow is milked on a carousel system. Learn about the area's dairy production and dairy processing industry, and see how ice cream is made. Find out interesting facts about corn and soybeans by playing a game of bean bag toss or corn hole. Measure yourself against the height of a corn stalk. You can even take a selfie photograph at a photo display of the round barn. Test your knowledge of livestock with flip boards for dairy, beef, and swine. Imagine you are driving a tractor by sitting in our "Cab Lab." When visiting the century old round barn, be sure to look up and marvel at the architecture and construction of the round barn using only simple hand tools.

This year, the focus will center on farm safety. Farming is ranked as one of the most dangerous occupations, and unfortunately it affects all demographics of age groups from children to senior citizens. Each year the display changes to focus on a different aspect of local agriculture.

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