Friday: Muttville Comix, Reptile Rescue, Moto Freestyle Show on tap at the Fair


From Staff Reports

Day No. 2 of the 2021 Kiwanis Coweta County Fair starts when gates open at 5 p.m. this evening at the Coweta County Fairgrounds and Conference Center.

Several shows headline tonight’s entertainment – the Muttville Comix, Southeastern Reptile Rescue Exhibit, Moto Freestyle (Motorcycle Globe of Death) Show, the Artisan Corner with Michael Sebacher along with Amp’d Entertainment and a DJ Dance Party. And don’t forget about the Parade which begins in the Food Court at 7:30 p.m.

Here’s a quick description of two of tonight’s shows. Look for signs with times for each of the shows.

MUTTVILLE COMIX – Sit. Stay. And get ready to howl as Johnny Peers and his personality-plus pack of mutts perform a series of hilarious and challenging tricks. Johnny and his Muttville Comix will tickle funny bones and steal hearts with uncanny canine feats. A show for the whole family and the dog lover in all of us, the show stars mostly dogs that have been rescued from shelter or pounds, like Murphy, the ladder climbing Fox Terrier and Will, the Border Collie who only answers to “Sir.”

Johnny Peers and Muttville Comix have appeared at Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, David Letterman and The White House. Always a favorite at the Coweta County Fair.

SOUTHEASTERN REPTILE RESCUE EXHIBIT – This show offers a wide variety of native reptiles including gopher tortoises, alligators and several species of snakes. Animals on display are kept in locked cages that provide up close, safe viewing for guests. Harmless snakes, tortoises and alligators are made available to attendees for hands on experiences and the display is manned by reptile professionals who are available to answer any questions you may have about these unique creatures. It’s a fun, educational experience for the whole family!

Individual Exhibits also begin tonight in the Exhibit Hall at 5 pm. 

Weather-wise, tonight will not be a complete washout. It will be mostly cloudy with a temperature around 79 degrees when the gates open and a 40 percent rain chance. The temperature falls slightly to around 73 by 9 p.m. as rain chances also drop to 30 percent. 

Fair hours tonight are 5 to midnight. Gate admission is $5 with children 5 and under get in free. Parking is also free. 

For more information, visit The Fairgrounds is located at 275 Pine Road in Newnan 30263.

Coweta County Fairgrounds and Conference Center

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