30th Annual Game Fair 2011 / Final Details Announced

Game Fair is one of the most personal and engaging, annual sporting conventions. Held outdoors, towards the fall, Game Fair is an example of the European tradition for sporting conventions called “Country Shows” or “Game Fairs”.

This event is held two consecutive weekends which includes Fridays and is hosted by Chuck and Loral I Delaney (champion shooter). This year’s Master of Ceremonies will be radio, television host and journalist, Ron Schara.

The venue is an 80 acre, woods and water, outdoor setting:
Armstrong Ranch Kennels
In Ramsey, Minnesota
*Ramsey is West of Anoka and is a suburb of The Twin Cities, Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota USA.

Game Fair 2011 dates are:
AUGUST 12th, 13th & 14th   
AUGUST 19th, 20th & 21st

Admission is:
Adults $10
Seniors $8 (62+)

Kids $5
Under 6 Free

Game Fair is billed as a family event that encourages attendees to bring their dogs, cased guns and bows for participation in contests, events, seminars and lessons. Check the Game Fair website for ammunition restrictions and other rules. There are activities that offer participation for all ages.

Please visit the Game Fair Website for complete information and lists for admission, family days, coupons, discounts, events, activities, 100’s of exhibitors, clubs, associations, special guests, concessions, seminars, contests, directions, parking, lodging and boarding. 

Game Fair website/complete info:

Plan to attend if you are interested in big & small game hunting, wing-shooting, waterfowling, dogs, archery, boating, fishing, taxidermy, outdoor art, related equipment and accessories.  

Photos Courtesy of Tom Knapp

It’s no secret that shooting celebrity Tom Knapp enjoys hunting America’s Upper Midwest. But he has also dedicated his program time to the Upper Midwest, June through September, providing World Record exhibition shooting while promoting safety.  

Tom Knapp will be at Game Fair this year, providing shooting demonstrations and seminars.

See Tom Knapp at Game Fair 2011

Tom Knapp Website:

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