Ontario County Fair 4-H Info.
Dates of Ontario County Fair: July 27-July 31, 2010
Animal Entries due by July 1, 2010
Club Entries due by July 1, 2010
Exhibit Judging: July 25, 2010 (Sunday,1-5:00pm)
The highlight for 4-H members is to participate each summer in the Ontario County Fair. Exhibits of completed 4-H projects, participating in contests and showing 4-H project animals in confirmation and showmanship classes are part of 4-H at the fair. 4-H members accompany their projects when they are evaluated on the Danish system of judging and are presented ribbons for their placing.
Non-animal projects are displayed during the fair in 4-H club exhibit areas in the 4-H building. This showcase of 4-H is popular with fairgoers to see the fine variety of projects our youth have completed during the year.
2010 Ontario County 4-H Fair Book (Complete)
2010 Ontario County 4-H Fair Book (Building Exhibits) PDF 410kb
2010 Ontario County 4-H Fair Book (Animal Exhibits) PDF 406b
2010 Ontario County 4-H Fair Animal Pre-Entry Form PDF 135kb
2010 Ontario County 4-H Fair Vet Regulations PDF 102kb
2010 Ontario County 4-H Fair Voucher PDF 63kb
2010 Ontario County 4-H Club Registration Form PDF 18kb
2010 Ontario County 4-H Animal Project Record Sheet PDF 76kb
2010 Ontario County Open Class Fair Book and Entry Information (External Link)
Dates of New York State Fair: August 26-September 6, 2010
Dates of Ontario County 4-H Exhibits at New York State Fair: August 26-August 29, 2010
Ontario County 4-H members are very active at the New York State Fair. Traditional 4-H projects and animal exhibits are selected for exhibition from county fair participation. Many of our youth compete in contests in livestock, rabbit and food preparation. 4-H teens actively participate in many teen leader positions during the fair. They serve as assistants in the youth building, work as press corp members writing news releases for fair happenings, teen evaluators assisting with exhibit judging and in other leadership capacities during the fair. Thousands of fair visitors stop by the Ontario County exhibit during the fair to participate in hands on activities offered by our teen members and 4-H volunteers.