Your 0 to 2-year-old could be the 2011 Little Mr. or Miss Arkansas State Fair | Rock Candy

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Your 0 to 2-year-old could be the 2011 Little Mr. or Miss Arkansas State Fair

Posted By on Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 10:29 AM

Expectant mothers, get to pushing. Your zero-year-old child could be the next Baby Miss or Mister Arkansas State Fair.

The skit above from "Mr. Show" predicts next year's competition.

The 2011 Little Mr. & Miss Arkansas State Fair Pageants will be held October 15, 2011 at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds-Arkansas Building in Little Rock. This pageant is open to all Arkansas Residents. The age groups are for boys are Baby Mister 0-2 Years and Little Mister 3-5 Years and for girls are Baby Miss 0-12 months, Toddler Miss 13-23 Months, Tiny Miss 2-3 years, Little Miss 4-6 years, Petite Miss 7-9 years, and Preteen Miss 10-12 years.

More details on the jump.

Pageant times for Boys ages 0 thru 5 and Girls ages 0 thru 3: Check-In at 10:00am and the Pageant will begin at 11:00am

and Girls ages 4 thru 12: Check-In at 3:00pm and the Pageant will begin at 4:00pm

For Information Contact: Arkansas State Fair Office at 501-372-8341 Ext. 605 or email

Entry forms are available on the Arkansas State Fair website,

This pageant is sponsored in conjunction with the Arkansas State Fair in Little Rock being held October 14-23.

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