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

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

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 deb@asfg.net

Entry forms are available on the Arkansas State Fair website, www.arkansasstatefair.com

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

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