Saturday, 1:00 p.m - L0CATI0N: Butterfield Arena

DIRECT0R: Diane Norris, 989-4295

Sign up in the Butterfield Arena Noon to 1:00. Sling Shots will be provided by Rack ‘N Reel -Ribbons and Prizes will be awarded-CLASSES 5 and 6 year olds 7 to 9 year olds 10 to 13 year olds 14 to 17 year olds Adult-18 and older


Saturday, Estimated Time 2:30 p.m. - L0CATI0N: Butterfield Arena

DIRECT0R: Diane Norris, (802) 989-4295

Sign up in the Butterfield Arena starts at 2:30 p.m. on the 10th Youth and Adult Classes -Ribbons and Prizes will be awarded-


Saturday Estimated Time 3:30 p.m. - L0CATI0N: Butterfield Arena

DIRECT0R: Diane Norris, (802) 989-4295

Sign up in the Butterfield Arena starts at 2:30 p.m. on the 10th Youth and Adult Classes -Ribbons and Prizes will be awarded.


SUPERINTENDENT: Chris Olson, Addison county Forester, 388-4969

Daily (morning and afternoon) demonstrations of sawmilling, woodworking, lumber landowners, foresters, logging contractors and sawmill owners who manage Vermont's handling, forest management, woodlot management, plus ongoing exhibits. Meet forest forest resources. Visit this attraction on Cedar Island, behind the Emergency Services building.


Thursday, 11:00 a.m. — Location: Show Tent. DIRECTOR: Benj Deppman, (802)734-1381

Youth ages 4-10 Both girls & boys combined.

Sign up between 10:00 and 11:00 a.m.

The youngster's version of the real thing. Come on down and watch the fun and cheer for your favorite pullerl. Pulling tractor and sled is provided by Field Days.


"A Taste of Vermont" Tuesday, August 9, 2022 — Three Seatings: 5:15, 6:00 & 6:45 p.m.

LOCATION: the Dining Hall

COORDINATOR: Linda Barrett, (802)545-2263

Take a break from the sun or rain! Come into the Field Days Dining Hall and enjoy a sit-down meal with family and friends! Restaurants and food producers from Addison County and beyond will present a delicious buffet for your dining pleasure. Multiple entrees, dessert, and beverage will be available and served by local student athletes and participating food producers. Tickets for adults are just $10; children under 10 years are $5.

Tickets will be on sale starting July 1st, by calling the Field Days office at (802)545-2557 or by emailing fielddays@gmavt.net. or at Pratt's Store in Bridport and Middlebury Inn.


Friday, starting at 4pm LOCATION: Show Tent

Director: Bill Sinks, 777-3049


Sign up begins at 4pm. Tournament Begins: 5.00 pm.


Weigh Ins begin at 5:00 p.m. — Tournament Begins: 7:00 pm.

Armwrestling has been a great success and a lot of fun at Field Days for over 35 years now. The tournaments will be held in the big show tent, which is located at the entrance to the grounds.

This will provide much needed space and accommodate the spectators with bleachers and a stage. Entry for youth is free. Medals to third place will be given and all will receive participant ribbons.

Adult entry fee is $10. Nice championship jackets will be given to first place winners and trophies to 2nd and 3rd place winners. We continue to add additional classes to accomodate the increased participation.

Come join the fun!


  1. Age 5 and under BOYS and GIRLS combined
  2. 6 & 7year old BOYS
  3. 6 & 7 year old GIRLS
  4. 8 year old BOYS
  5. 9 year old BOYS
  6. 10 year old BOYS
  7. 11 year old BOYS
  8. 8 & 9 year old GIRLS
  9. 10 & 11 year GIRLS
  10. 12 year old BOYS
  11. 13 year old BOYS
  12. 12 & 13 year old GIRLS
  13. 14 year old GIRLS
  14. 14 year BOYS
  15. 15 & 16 year old GIRLS
  16. 15 year old BOYS
  17. 16 year old BOYS


Men's Right Hand:

  1. 0-143
  2. 144-154
  3. 155-165
  4. 166-1/6
  5. 188-198
  6. 199-200
  7. 221 -over

Men's Left Hand:

  1. 0-154
  2. 155-176
  3. 177-198
  4. 199-220
  5. 221+

Women's Right Hand and Left Hand

  1. 0-143
  2. 144 and over


DIRECTOR: Bill Roleau, 453-3713

The Antique area at Addison County Fair and Field Days is one ofthe finest in New England. Displays are housed in a local barn that was dismantled and reassembled on the grounds in 1993. The Antique area has many motion exhibits which consist ofthrashing grain, baling straw, milling corn, sawing shingles on a circular saw mill, cutting firewood with a drag saw powered both by horse and a single cylinder engine.

Also, many outdoor exhibits that are powered by horses. Those include reaping and binding, sickle bar mowing, tedding hay, raking hay and using a hay loader. This year the Green Mountain Teamsters will be there to help with the Antique Equipment Area demonstrations. There is also an overflowing tent of local antique tractors. Many ofwhich were and still are used on local farms. A new additionin 2009 was a Blacksmith shop that has daily displays. This area has many new additions each year so make sure you include a stop here during your trip to the fair!!


Location: Show Tent

  • Sign-ups at 6:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday,— 7:00 p.m.

Come, sing your heart out at the Karoake Talent Night. A true talent night, no screens with words, just the music, you and a microphone. Chance to win great prizes from our celebrity judges. Adult and kids divisions. Come sing, have fun and be a STAR.


Wednesday, 1 p.m. — LOCATION: Tractor Pad

SUPERINTENDENT: Benj Deppman, 734-1381

Sign up at the Tractor Pad starting at 12:00 p.m.

Test your strength. See how far you can throw. Cast Iron skillets will be provided by Field Days for the throw!


  • 11 and under
  • 12-17 years old;
  • 18 years and older.


Wednesday, 12:00 p.m. — LOCATION: Tractor Pad

SUPERINTENDENT: Benj Deppman, 734-1381

The caber is a log that men attempt to flip end over end. Test your strength and see how far you can throw! Cabers will be provided by Field Days. Must be 18 years or older to enter the competition.