What would a fair be without a little friendly competition? At the Berlin Fair, contestants of all ages can draw on a wide range of talents (or those of their babies or pet frogs and turtles) in pursuit of first prize.
Bring your baby to this competition to determine if you have the youngest, chubbiest, friendliest, or if your baby has the best smile. Prizes go to the following groups:
Class 1 (up to 1 year old)
- Best Smile
Class 2 (up to 2 years old)
- Best Smile
The blueberry pie eating contest is open to everyone aged 4 to 12. Winners are awarded in two groups, those aged 4-7 and those aged 8-12.
On the blacktop children can ride tractors around a course.
Disc-Connected K-9′s. Our dogs have provided Frisbee Dog entertainment around the world for over 20 years and have performed for some of the most amazing audiences. In addition, thirteen (13) of our dogs are World Frisbee Dog Championship Finalists; more then any other team in the history of our sport!
Bring your pet frog and see how far it can jump. Start training now to see how far your frog can go after three jumps. On Saturday children may bring their amphibious friends and on Sunday adults may bring theirs.
Prizes for the ADULT frog jumping contest (contestants 18 yrs. or older)
- First Prize: $75.00
- Second Prize: $50.00
- Third Prize: $25.00
LuckyBob will entertain, mystify and keep you wanting more. Providing a total variety show that includes magic, juggling, comedy, and audience interaction. With his uncanny magical, juggling skills LuckyBob takes the audience on a roller coaster of laughs, cheers and smiles. Learn more…
The Berlin High School Band, Drill Team & Color Guard perform selections from their halftime show. While the McGee Middle School Spartan Marching Band performs some songs from their selections.
Can you hammer in two nails faster than your friends? Compete in this competition to show off your strength. Men and women compete in their own division.
Prizes are as follows:
- First Prize: 20 lb. Turkey
- Second Prize: 10 lb. Turkey
- Third, Fourth, & Fifth Prizes: Stanley Hammers
The Nerveless Nocks are descendants of the Swiss Circus Family Nock and are among the most respected aerial stunt artists in the world today. Since 1954, The Nerveless Nocks have been thrilling audiences across the United States, Canada, Mexico, and world-wide. In every theme park, state fair, theater and circus where it has appeared and headlined, the fully produced arena show has set records for enthusiastic public response, attendance and publicity. The Nerveless Nocks Thrill Shows has been the most successful continuing attraction ever presented in any amusement park or fair, world-wide.
Come watch three days of excitement as 24 world class bull riders take on some of the toughest bulls on earth in three rounds of man vs beast.
Learn the art of quilting. Demonstrator Debbie D’Angelo will be showing her skills and be glad to answer any questions.
Several times throughout the day you can watch pigs race through a course.
Children may bring their turtles and race them against the others. The first turtle to the finish line wins!
Learn the basics of making yarn with a spinning wheel. There will be a variety of fibers to show how to go from plain undyed sheep wool, to commercially prepared and dyed wool. There will be samples of alpaca fiber, and yarn made from dog fur. This demonstration is presented by the Hartford Artisans Weaving Center. Demonstrators Anita Perez, Dorothy Murray, Marguerite Neely, Bob Brooks will be glad to answer any questions.