Concerts, livestock exhibits and auctions, craft displays, carnival rides, rodeo competition and a wide array of edibles are on the schedule as the 161st annual Yamhill County Fair & Rodeo continues ...


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Valley View Air Show

Saturday, August 8th

Come enjoy a day of fun and family at the Valley View 2015 Air Show! Enjoy breakfast, hot air balloons, RC aircrafts, FREE horse & wagon rides, Kid's Village activities, BBQ lunch and dinner, live music, and more!

For more information and a schedule of events, please visit our Facebook page, or go to www.rockofagesvalleyview.com/airshow.html. Donations of canned food for local food banks is greatly appreciated! Dry camping is available.

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