Scenes From Game Fair 2013 | Reopens August 16th | Still Time To Attend | $10,000 Calling Championship

America’s most personal and engaging sporting convention, Game Fair easily outclasses other shows. Held outdoors, towards the fall, Game Fair is an example of the European tradition for sporting expositions called “Country Shows” or “Game Fairs”.

Naturally set in America’s interior and Upper Midwest, Game Fair is a neutral site for this national convergence of Field Sports and is a worthwhile travel destination.

Remaining Dates | Hours
AUGUST 16th, 17th, 18th
9 AM – 5 and 6 PM

Venue | Site
80 acre setting of lush woods, water and fields:
Armstrong Ranch Kennels/Ramsey, Minnesota
*Ramsey is West of Anoka and is a suburb of The Twin Cities, Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota USA.

Game Fair website
Special Notes
  • Game Fair is a substantial event; make use of Game Fair information, maps, listings and schedules.
  • Bring a little hard cash for some games and raffles.   

  • Game Fair has complete amenities such as generous seating, shaded areas, bathrooms, filtered water stations and food courts. If you need some downtime; bring only a blanket for a nap. 

Team Shooters
Minnesota’s Gould Brothers Exhibition Team or GBX features spirited, trick shooters Aaron and Steve Gould.

“The Gould brothers perform highly unique and entertaining live exhibition shooting shows for events across the country. From Aaron's push up shot to Steve's limbo shot to the unique two person throw and load shots, we guarantee you have never seen anything quite like this!” -gbxshooting.com

Meet The Gould Brothers
Both Gould brothers are true-to-life personalities, who publish their struggles with faith and personal holiness. The Gould Brothers promote hunting, conservation, safety and “living with a purpose” -gbxshooting.com
“One of our goals it to spark that interest in kids and adults, to help ensure that the (shooting) heritage continues." –Steve Gould

The Gould Brothers 2013 Game Fair performances
Twice daily at 11:30 AM and 5:00 PM / 4:30 PM Sundays

1 comment:

Joseph Hord said...

Looks like a great show!