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What is 4-H Youth Fair
Each summer the 4-H Youth Fair provides the opportunity for 4-H’ers to showcase their project work, animals and skills.We have much to celebrate!
Our plan for 2020 is to hold in person conference style evaluation for stationary exhibits and day of shows for each animal species.Social distancing and safety protocol based on CDC and Health Department recommendations will be practiced. This year fair will be different .We are very sad that we will not be able to invite the public, have projects on display, animals in the barn, or families staying overnight.
Stay tuned to our social media sites for updates and fair week excitement.
In addition to evaluation of projects, many of our events will be offered in an on-line format, and others will be promoted as “at home” events.
Events will include:
Cloverbud Stuffed Animal Show
Dairy, Livestock, Plant and Consumer and Family Science Challenge Contests
Walking Taco Dinner
Cardboard Car Drive In Movie “Onward”
Bonfire with Marshmallows!
Ice Cream Social
Carnival Food of The Day
We encourage all families to join us for the virtual and at home events – building the spirit of community with other 4-H families across the county.Check out the calendar so you won’t mis anything.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE for all stationary exhibits, events, animals and contests is JULY 1.Members will be notified of the “appointment” time for their evaluations which will take place in the pole barn.
Each family must decide for themselves if they are comfortable with these guidelines.Anyone can request a virtual evaluation by checking that box on the registration form.
Everyone coming on the grounds must complete the health check screening.Adults will only be allowed at the evaluation table with Cloverbud members.Junior level members can have an adult waiting nearby or in the bleacher area.Senior members are to come to the evaluation table by themselves.
Please review the Evaluation and Animal Evaluation Safety plans carefully.ALL exhibits must be registered by the deadline.The Double Entry Card can be found on the left side bar and must be completed at home and attached to the exhibit before arriving at the Acres.Please arrive at least 15 minutes early and socially distance on the bleachers or lawn area.Leave the grounds once your evaluation is complete.
All individuals are encourage to wash and sanitize their hands, and are required to wear a mask during the evaluation interview and when in close contact with others – please bring your own mask.
For questions or comments, please contact Brenda, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 4-H Youth Fair provides a backdrop for youth to learn important life skills that will be the foundation to help them develop to their fullest potential for the betterment of their “club, community, country and their world.”
Last updated July 21, 2020