Putnam County Agricultural and Industrial Fair, Inc © 2014

PUTNAM   COUNTY  FAIR   AUGUST  1 - 10, 2019


What People Say About the 2017 Fair....


John Allen, you do a great job running the fair!! The last few years it's been cleaner, more family friendly, and more farm fancy than ever.

 Krystal Martin Brooks, Cookeville, TN


I loved listening to The Glorylanders last night. The county fair provides such a variety of events. You and your board are doing a fantastic job!.

ClaudeAnn Burton


Watched the awesome derby in the rain got soaked but my kids loved it and that's what mattered most to me! Thanks for all involved!

Cherika Moodispaugh


If families want to really enjoy the fair ...please take your kids through the exhibits! Especially the poultry house! My very favorite place.... there's rabbits and geese , ducks and turkeys and peacocks... beautiful chickens, THANKS A MILLION EXHIBITORS!!!!  

Linda Bogard


It's freaking awesome. I cannot wait to see the tractor pull next year first time there and it won't be my last.

Dan Tully



Left to right front row, Gina Hooper, Jane Sadler, Carol Vinson, Fairest of the Fair Carly Stout, John Allen, Olivia Rathunde, Kay Sliger, Kim Milligan.


Back Row left to right; Matt Gaw, Pam Thomas, Brenda Gentry, Susanna Clouse, Roger Dereske, Shawn McClain, Jeremy Glascock, Wes Roberson, Glenn Jones, Thom Steger, and Jerry Swift.



Not present David Hunter, John Edgington, Carl Bilbrey, Sterling Sarr, Brian Jones, Jessica Clark, and Patti and William Clark.

Fair Board Team members showing off their winnings – standing in front of the first place quilt by Peggy Barrociere, Algood, machine pieced and machine quilted, second place scrapbook, third place Herald Citizen insert on the fair, third place ten day pass, third place Follies Picture.  Kay Sliger, Jessica Clark, Morgan Price, Dawson Davidson, Brenda Gentry, Susanna Clouse, John Allen, and back row pointing to the quilt Roger Dereske.


Putnam County Fairest of the Fair Abbi Dalton accepts the Merit Fair Award for the Putnam County Fair from Tennessee Commissioner of Agriculture, Jai Templeton.