The annual Horns & Hooks Grays Harbor Sportsman Show will open for a two-day run March 8-9 at the Grays Harbor Fairgrounds. Fair and events supervisor Rod Easton said in addition to vendors
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The second annual Grays Harbor Outdoor Adventure & Travel Expo will open a two-day run April 28 & 29 at the Grays Harbor Fairgrounds. The Expo will feature popular TV personalities from the Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch,” Eva Shockey of “Jim Shockey Hunting Adventures” plus Glen Hall of the popular outdoor fishing and hunting show “Hawg Quest.”
Expo tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for youths aged 6 -13, with children 5 and under free. Hours are: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
This weekend at Grays Harbor Raceway, in conjunction with the Grays Harbor County Fair. The Cut Rate Hobby Stock Challenge will run, that will feature the top Hobby/Street Stock drivers in the Northwest for a 40 lap $1000.00 to win feature event. The program will also include the Sportsman Cars from Banks and St Helens, Oregon as well as the Cruisers and HiLine Homes Hornets.
The odds on favorite to take the win will be local driver Zack Simpson who is the defending Champion of the event, the current Grays Harbor Raceway points leader with seven main event wins in nine races as well being the track champion for the last two years in the Hobby Stock division. Simpson will be challenged by former Hobby Stock champion and current Midget points leader Brandon Daniel from McCleary. Modified driver Shawn Dorie will be driving the Celeste Hardesty Hobby Stock, as Celeste will drive her St Helen’s Sportsman car. Out of town drivers expected to challenge will be Bank’s drivers.