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Album Name: Middle Tennessee District Fair 2006 Return to Albums
Album Date: Sep 24, 2006
Description: Scenes from the 2006 MTDF
(click an image to enlarge and start a slide show)
The Gondola, one of the W. G. Wade Shows premier attractions on the Midway.  The Super Slide
The W. G. Wade Shows has many fun and exciting rides for all ages on the Midway. John Harold and John Harold Miss Fairest of the Fair 2006
Paige Glass ATV Races were part of the Friday night action-packed line-up of entertainment in 2006. Spectators can enjoy the excitement from the covered or open-air grandstands.
Demolition Derby Action
Monday and Tuesday nights
The Demolition Derby is a perenniel crowd pleaser, with two bone-jarring nights of mayhem. Sparky and Friend
The Lawrenceburg Fire Department is a periennel participant at the MTDF.  They bring their mascot Sparky to entertain kids of all ages while educating them on fire safety and prevention. Sharks!!! Sharks!!! Sharks!!!
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water...
The live Sharks Exhibit was a big hit with Fair goers. Beef Show
The MTDF is first and foremost an agricultural fair. The livestock shows draw a large crowd of participants and spectators. The Beef Show includes classes for Black Angus, Hereford, Shorthorn, Simmental, Chiangus, Charolais, and other breeds.
One of the many challenging games of skill on the W. G. Wade Shows' Midway. The Carousel
Thursdays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM historically have been Seniors Citizens Day when our Seniors are treated to a Free Lunch, Free rides & entertainment, and Free stuffed animals.  The Free Meals are provided by Aunt Martha's Concessions, the Lawrenceburg Rotary Club, and other Fair Concessionaires. The Vehicle Give-Away on Wednesday night is one of the most popular events at the Fair.
The Lawrence County 4-H Poultry Show The Pony Rides always put a smile on young faces. Hojo Takafoto You can even learn to milk a cow at the Fair.  The Dairy Exhibit taught kids where milk comes from, how to milk the cow, and what food products are made from milk.
Beauty is abundant at the Middle Tennessee District Fair. The Rabbit Show at the Fair is sponsored by the Lawrence County Rabbit Breeders Association. The Sheep Show is divided into two departments: open breeding sheep show and the market lamb show. The Lawrenceburg Rotary club sponsors an Interact Club at Lawrence County High and Summertown High.  The Interact Club introduces teens to community service.  The Interact members volunteer to work along side Rotarians at the Fair. Rabbit Show Judging
Sheep Show Fairest of the Fair Western Region 4-H Dog Classic
Lawrence County 4-H Canine Companions hosts a regional 4-H Dog Show open to all member and their purebred and mixed breed dogs in the 31 counties of the Western Region at the Fair. Billy Currington in Concert
The Middle Tennessee District Fair promotes Pick Tennessee Products campaign.  Pictured are Rotarian Dan Eiser and his wife Debbie. School Day Events:  Sack Race Commercial Exhibit Hall Agriculture Exhibit Hall: Flower Show Billy Currington in Concert
School Day Events:  50 Yard Dash The Farm & Antique Tractor Pull is presented by the Crossroads of Dixie Antique Tractor Club. Tough Truck Competition: The Mud Pit Tough Truck Competition:  The Mud Pit Part 2
The Tough Truck Competition was a new addition to the Fair, but, based on the enthusiastic response from the packed grandstand, it definitely will be back again in 2007. You always run into a couple of old friends at the Middle Tennessee District Fair. Rotarian Charlie Brewer, owner of Charlie Brewer Slider Co.,maker of world famous artificial fishing lures, signs an autograph for an adoring fan at the Ray Scott's B.A.S.S. booth. Ventriloquist Ken Karter and friends entertain the crowd at the MTDF. Ray Scott, founder of Bass Anglers sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.) made an appearance at the MTDF to meet and sign autographs with his many fans.
When milking a cow, firearms are not required. Senior Citizens Day: A Free Stuffed Animal was given to all Seniors.  Music is a big part of the fun at the Middle Tennessee District Fair.  Wednesday Night's concert featured Four on the Floor. Everyone gets to join in the music at Nick's Kids Shows. Rotarians at work.
Music always puts a smile on your face. You can't help but smile at the Fair, even if you're working. The Fair brings smile to folks of all ages. Smiles, smiles & more smiles Smiles, smiles & more smiles
Smiles, smiles and more smiles. Smiles, smiles, & more smiles Still more smiles A tent full of smiles.
Smiles, smiles & more smiles Even super-heroes can't help but smile at the Middle Tennessee District Fair. Goat Show The Junior Meat Goat Show attracts participants from all over the mid-South. There are three divisions of goats shown: wether kid, doe kid, and yearling kid. Skillington's Caprine Tonsorial Parlor High flying action at the MotoX races
Cattle Show Whadda you mean she's married? Truck Pull A capacity crowd fills the covered Grandstand to watch the Truck and Tractor Pull
More MotoX action Night time is the right time to come to the Fair. Crowds at the Shark Exhibit
The Ring of Fire