Looking for something fun to do? Hop in your car and visit the 7th annual Midland County Fair. There will be tons of events and activities, creative arts, displays, food, games, rides, and more. Everyone can have a blast at the Midland County Fair.
According to the official website, the first fair was organized in 2009 in order to provide the community with a fun and welcoming event. The permanent venue for the fair is the Midland County Horseshoe Arena, which have four performance venues including the Main Arena, Education Building, Livestock Building, and Outdoor Arena. The fair will be held from August 25 to the 28.
What events will be at the fair this year? You can see some of the following events:
Blue Ribbon Competitions
Cowboy Bootcamp Adventure
Little Miss Midland County
Chase Quine Memorial Bull Riding
Black Gold Shootout
These are just some of the many events. The Blue Ribbon Competitions will include the following categories: Fine Arts, Culinary Arts, Photography, Crafts and Hobbies, Tablescapes, and Quilts. There will also be tons of great food thanks to a range of vendors, as well as performances by Michael Salgado. Stop by the Midland County Fair from August 25 to 28. You’re bound to have a good time.
Cadillac models are synonymous with class and style, one reason this automaker has been featured in movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood to contemporary flicks. With an air of sophistication and bold looks you won’t find anywhere else, Cadillacs represent something unique in the movies. Below is a short list, in no particular order, of some Cadillacs in the movies.
1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Ambulance – Ghostbusters (1984). Who ya’ gonna call? This classic movie features a far-out Cadillac ambulance customized to store everything from ectoplasm to real ghosts. Even the latest Ghostbusters movie (2016) has a 1982 Cadillac Hearse Wagon as a tribute to the original ECTO-1.
1971 Fleetwood Eldorado – Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998). Based on Hunter S. Thompson’s famous Gonzo-journalist masterpiece, this film stars Johnny Depp as he drives across the country on a drug-fueled adventure. The Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado is big and bold, perfect for a Thompson-esque ride.
1959 Series 62 Convertible – Pink Cadillac (1989). This quirky Clint Eastwood film even has the brand name in its title. Bernadette Peters plays a distressed wife who is attempting to outrun bounty hunters and a band of thugs in her husband’s prized pink Cadillac when mayhem ensues.
1956 Fleetwood 60 Special – Driving Miss Daisy (1989). Based on a classic Alfred Uhry play, this film stars Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman in a fun and emotional plot. Exploring issues of race and mortality, many of the movie’s most famous scenes take place in a smooth-running Cadillac.
1935 370-D – The Artist (2011). This Oscar-winning film was the first silent blockbuster to hit the silver screen in decades. With an inherently nostalgic core and a classic Hollywood feel, it seems only natural that a 1935 Cadillac 370-D should make multiple appearances in the film.
These are just some of the more popular Cadillacs to appear in films. As a true American car, it’s easy to see why so many filmmakers love using this iconic brand.