(NEWTON) The 2018 Jasper County Fair is all this coming week in Newton. The first main event of this year’s fair is the Jasper County Fair Queen Pageant coming up tonight, with the Little Miss Pageant, all on stage at 7:30. Current Fair Queen Kennedy Parr will help oversee tonight’s event. The five young ladies competing for this year’s crown and right to represent the fair and all of Jasper County for the next year are 19 year old Lauren Probst, 19 year old Sadie Brewer, 18 year old Paige Klingler, 17 year old Mykayla Spelbring, and 16 year old Renee Probst. Spectators are encouraged to come out and support this year’s event. Also on this Monday, the 4-H Showcase / Grandparents Day starts at 11:30 late this morning, plus the 4-H Sheep & Goat Show in this afternoon. With the 4-H General Show and the other 4-H Shows for Horses, Dogs, Cats, Poultry, & Rabbits already held, the remaining Swine, Beef, and Dairy Shows will be tomorrow through Thursday, leading up to the annual 4-H Livestock Auction at 5:00 Thursday afternoon. Tomorrow night’s main events are the Pedal Tractor Pull at 6:30, the Talent Show at 6:30, and the Flat Drags at 8:00, plus the Fair’s Carnival kicks off its six night run tomorrow night from 6:00 to 10:00. It’s $5 per person at the gate with reduced prices at the front gate on Friday and Saturday this weekend. There’s plenty of activities, concessions, and more at this year’s Jasper County Fair, on the fairgrounds in Newton.