Food and vendors “Hit the Bricks” this year for the Fulton Street Fair. Street space includes many types of vendors and picnic areas both shaded and sunny. Food choices include BBQ, chicken, funnel cakes, kettle corn, ice cream, and of course MUTTON along with other fair favorites. Families can also come and shop at the many vendors including children’s novelty items, leather goods, prepackaged foods, home décor, wood crafts, jewelry, candles, purses and much more. Come shop and eat at the Fulton Street Fair.
NOW accepting 2014 Vendor Applications
2014 VENDOR Application
The Fulton Street Fair celebrates our heritage by staging a LIVE MULE AUCTION as they did over 80 years ago on the courthouse steps. Harrison Auction Service will welcome a dozen or so mules downtown and auction them off to the highest bidder. Come see and pet these grand animals and take a moment to appreciate the history of Callaway County.
June 21st at 5:00 PM
West side of Courthouse
No Commission or Sale Fee
MULE DROP BINGO
No deposit made in its inaugural year, but the event was still a great success for the Callaway County United Way. Casey Clevenger was the lucky square drawn at the conclusion of the event.
Congratulations Moser’s Mule Racing Team!
Get your mule team together and prepare to race thru downtown. Wheeled mules will compete for The Callaway Cup on the incline of Court Street between Fourth and Fifth Street. Each mule is attached to a cable stretched from the top to the bottom of the hill and move by gravity from release down and stopped by a hay bale at the end. Entries are judged on mule appearance and speed. The Mule Derby continues to draw interest and competition. Challenge your fellow business or family and “Hit the Bricks” in the Callaway Cup Mule Derby.
After the trophy presentation of the Callaway Cup, stick around for the “Mules for SERVE” race. Local businesses race for the priviledge to donate to SERVE. This race brings out quite a bit of smack talk and friendly competition. Any business or individual can participate in the “Mules for SERVE” race, but an entry fee is required for this race. All fees are given to SERVE, Inc.
Congratulations Brian Schlattmann! A limited number of past Hit the Crik shirts are for sale. Contact us on facebook if you are interested.
Beks “Hit the Crik” Crawdad Eating Contest at 8:00pm in front of The Callaway Bank Stage at 5th Street
You love mudbugs? How many can you eat in 10 minutes?
Only 10 people will know, so register today. Make Street Fair history.
Registration forms can be picked up at Beks at 511 Court Street or downloaded from this site. A $25 entry fee is required. Deadline is June 17th.
Sponsored by Beks
Whether you are competitive or just out for some exercise, you will love the scenic, tree-lined Stinson Creek Trail, complete with towering bluffs and a beautiful covered wooden bridge. This trail makes for a flat, fast point-to-point course.
Sponsored by Atlas Physical Therapy
Electronic chip timing provided by ReadySetResults.
Just attach the provided microchip to your shoe and we’ll get ya coming and going! Cross the timing mat at the start and again at the finish and your exact time will be captured by computer, giving us faster, more accurate results!
Certified Course: USAT&F certification ensures that when you sign up for this 5K, 5K is what you get! And that’s important, whether you’re looking for a PR at this distance or just looking for an accurate gauge of your fitness at this point in the season.
Located at the NEWLY constructed Memorial Park and pavillion.
Come enjoy the fun at the Kiddie Corral! This event is held on Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm along with Touch a Truck. The Kiddie Corral is a designated area with activities such as bounce houses, face painting, carnival games, art activities, educational and skill oriented games! Entry for child is FREE if you have your Fulton Street Fair Button or $2.00 without. Adults are always FREE!
Jesse the Magician to perform at the Kiddie Corral at 10:30, 11:15 & 12:00!
Come out and see his tricks.
This event entertains over 1500 kids over the 3-hour period. Most of the activities are geared toward preschool thru elementary age, but the event is open to all ages.
Sponsored by the Callaway Kid’s Bank, Dairy Queen Grill & Chill
Concessions available for purchase!
If you like big trucks and equipment then come to the Memorial Field Parking Lot on Saturday from 10:00am to 1:00pm for a great time. At Touch a Truck kids young and old can touch, honk, and climb on the many vehicles on display. Vehicles usually present are fire trucks, ambulance, police car, semi, racecar, hummer, helicopters, and Highway Patrol robot, wrecker, farm tractor, and more.
Congratulations to the 2013 Pageant winners:
Miss Callaway County – Audrey Langworthy
Junior Miss Callaway County – Bailey Langworthy
Mini Miss Callaway County – Emme Curran
Pageants aren’t just about poise and smiles. The experience in public speaking and self presentation are valuable skills to boost confidence in school, work and community outreach.
Once a year, the best women and young ladies of Callaway County will compete for the title of Miss Callaway County. The pageant will consist of three divisions of competition, Miss Contestants ages 17-21, Jr. Miss Contestant ages 13-16 and Mini Miss Contestants 8-12. Personal Interviews and a Pageant Meeting, which is closed to the public, will be held Friday afternoon. The following day, during the Street Fair, we will hold the competition and crowning of the Miss, Jr. Miss, and Mini Miss Callaway County. A $1,000 scholarship donated by the Fulton Street Fair will be awarded to Miss Callaway County. For more information about pageant registration and the schedule for Friday & Saturday,
2013 Parade Awards
Grand Marshal Award – Fulton High School Band
CJ’s Spirit Award – Rescued Racers
The Woods Award – St. Paul Lutheran Church
The whole community comes out for the Grand Parade. Folks line the streets to watch floats, bands, cars, horses and kids parade thru the streets of Downtown Fulton. Come join the fun as we celebrate the summer sun in the Grand Parade. Cash prizes awarded for Grand Marshal Award – Best overall entry; The Woods Award – Best theme depiction; and CJ’s Spirit Award.
Parade Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by William Woods University
The north end of Court Street becomes a carnival of activity during the Street Fair. Armbands or individual tickets will be available for the Carnival rides such as Kiddie carousel, saucer, Ferris wheel, games, scrambler, and giant slide. Carnival opens Thursday evening with official Street Fair hours on Friday and Saturday.
Thursday: Open 6:00 to 10:00 pm.
Family Night – $15 armband session, 6 to 10 pm.
Closes at 10 pm
Friday: Open 4:00 to 11:00 pm.
$20 armband session, 6 to 11 pm.
Closes at 11 pm
Saturday: Open noon to 11:00pm
$20 armband session, noon to 5 pm.
$20 armband session, 6 to 11 pm.
Closes at 11 pm
Individual tickets also available for sale.
The City of Fulton Parks & Recreation Department will once again host a Washer Tournament on Saturday, June 22, 2013. This event wasn’t held in 2012 due to construction of Memorial Park, but now the park is finished and ready for a great weekend. Details about times and registration will be made available by Parks & Recreation at a later date.