The Greene County Partnership's Agribusiness Committee will host the 4th Annual Beef Day Celebration tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Livestock Pavilion at the Greene County Fairgrounds.
There will be contests for all ages, entertainment provided by Richard Spain from Graysburg Hills Farm with his Allstar Country Band playing traditional country music, and free beef products to sample as Greeneville and Greene County pay homage to beef producers, according to Connie Kilday, event chairman.
Contests will include a pedal-tractor race, a sack race, a three-legged race and tug of war.
Several games will include a corn-hole toss, a roping game, a corn pool with toys and a putt-putt game.
There will be a $50 prize for the person who guesses the closest weight of a bull, provided by DMB Angus Farm and a $50 prize for the one who guesses the size of a round bale of hay, provided by the Research & Education Center of Greeneville.
There will be a drawing if there is a tie. Dairy Queen will be sponsoring a hamburger eating contest.
Free food to be sampled will be provided by Greene County Farm Bureau Women, Graysburg Hills Farm, Greene County Livestock Association and the Greene County Angus Association.
The Tennessee Cattlemen's Association and Rural Resources will have informational material. Sno-Biz of Greeneville will have concessions.
The event is in conjunction with the 18th Annual Greene County Antique Farm & Auto Show this weekend at the Greene County Fairgrounds.
Times for the Farm & Auto Show are: Friday, noon to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.