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Live coverage of the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Parade and the GS Homecoming Parade

You are watching live coverage of the 61st Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Parade and the GS Homecoming parade in Downtown Statesboro. This coverage is made possible by the generous support of the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair and SECO ECOPLASTIC.

You are watching live coverage of the 61st Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Parade and the Georgia Southern University Homecoming Parade in Downtown Statesboro, GA .


During the parade coverage DeWayne Grice accidently recognized Karen Jones the newly appointed Probate Judge.  He meant to say newly appointed Chief Magistrate Judge.  She was accompanied by Magistrate Judge Lynn Sapp.

Probate Judge Lorna Deloach reached out and wanted me to clarify and let folks to know that she is still the Bulloch County's Probate Judge.  We apologize for the misspeaking during the live parade coverage.

Bobby Durden is the Captain of the Motor Division not Bobby Ivey.  Both Ivey and Durden are members of the division and both rode in the parade.

Also it is the Bulloch County Sheriff's Office not department. 

CLICK HERE for a Kiwanis Fair Guide will all the information you need for the fair.

This year's parade theme is Carnival Lights & Country Nights, and you can find full information about participating in the parade here. The Georgia Southern Homecoming Parade will be combined with the Fair Parade this year, too.

Hours for the fair this year are as follows:

  • Monday: 6 PM-12 AM
  • Tuesday: 4 PM-12 AM
  • Wednesday: 4 PM-12 AM
  • Thursday: 4 PM-12 AM
  • Friday: 4 PM-1 AM
  • Saturday: 12:00 PM-12 AM

The ticket windows will close at 10PM Monday-Thursday and Saturday and at 11PM on Friday.

On top of the usual favorite rides, exhibits, food stalls, and Pancake House, Kiwanis has a variety of exciting entertainment acts planned. This year, those will include All American Pig Racing, Andy Roth's Wild West Show, Carrie McQueen, Mr. Puppet, the Flying Pages, Ryan Gothrup, and The Swingin' Medallions.


This coverage is made possible thanks to the generous support of one of Bulloch County's newest industries, SECO ECOPLASTIC, as part of their partnership in supporting strong local journalism through Grice Connect.