The 2014 Crawford County Fair Books are now available. The 2014 Fair Book includes all the information you need to enter projects and to enter the Buckets of Blooms and the Fifth Annual Crawford County on the Move.
Anyone can enter projects in the Crawford County Fair. Youth in kindergarten through age 19 who are involved in any Crawford County youth organization, whether it is 4-H, FFA, Scouts, summer recreation, church group, etc., are invited to enter in the Junior Division. The Open Division is just that—open to anyone who would like to enter.
The opportunities to enter items are nearly unlimited! There are over 15 categories of projects, from beef cattle to cultural arts and from computers to photography and antiques to communications.
Fair Entries will be accepted online until Friday, June 27, 2014 on or before 9 p.m. and paper entries will be accepted until Friday, May 9, 2014.
Continuing this year, the Crawford County Fair is offering the Special Needs Division for residents with special needs and abilities. Each participant is invited to bring five entries of any kind and every entry will receive a ribbon. No entry fee.
Fair Books can be found at these following locations: Peoples State Bank (Eastman, Seneca and Prairie du Chien, Soldiers Grove and Wauzeka), River Bank (Ferryville and DeSoto), the Crawford County UW-Extension Office (Prairie du Chien), the Crawford County Fairgrounds Office in the Gays Mills Mercantile Center (120 Sunset Ridge, Suite 114), or online at www.crawfordcountwisconsinfair.com.
For more information, please contact the Fair Office at 608-735-4379 or email@example.com.
The fair will be held August 6—10, 2014.