Lincoln County Fair Emergency Plan

The Lincoln County Fair Association, Inc. would like to share an outline of their emergency plan and a few items to make their fair the best experience possible. In an emergency, please call 9-1-1. A squad car should be available on the grounds during the hours that police are patrolling.  First aid and medical support […]

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How Are Fair Exhibits Judged?

In order for a fair to receive state aid for premiums (prize money), the fair must follow specific requirements as outlined in Chapter ATCP 160 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code. Portions of this code begin on page 12 in the fair exhibitor handbook. Judges are hired to place the exhibits depending on the different type […]

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Outstanding Fair Volunteer Award

The Outstanding Fair Volunteer Award is given to two fair volunteers who have done an outstanding job of volunteer work at the fair. There is no limit as to the number of years the volunteer has served. Volunteers are nominated for the award, and a committee of community members who are not associated with 4-H […]

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4-H Talent Explosion

A number of you participated in various events throughout the year such as Drama, Lip Sync & Music Festival. You do not always receive the recognition that you should, and many community members are not aware of the abundance of talent you all have. Our annual 4-H Talent Explosion will be held on Saturday, July […]

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Beautify the Fairgrounds during the Fair

Many clubs participated in the Fair Board flower planter project each year. The Fair Board is asking clubs to again help in beautifying the fairgrounds by bringing their flower planters this year. The Fair Board would like to have all 4-H clubs help decorate with flowers/plants to put around the fairgrounds during the fair. Planters […]

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2017 Farm Olympics

Farm Olympics are back thanks to the willingness of our 4-H Leaders! If you’re up for the challenge, round up your teams and get ready for the fun! Each team should have 6-8 members of mixed ages! There must be at least one elementary, middle and high school student on each team. Clubs can register […]

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Remember… it’s not about the color of the ribbon

By now you should have received information regarding the entry process for this year’s fair. For more information and to view the handbook, please go to the Lincoln County Fair’s website at www.lincolncofair.com. We are looking forward to another successful Lincoln County Fair with lots of Junior Division exhibits. While it’s great to have lots […]

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Fair Project Place

Once again there will be a Project Place at the Fair.  Our current plan is to have days based on popular book series such as Harry Potter and Percy Jackson. If you would be interested in helping plan the projects that we will be having or in helping out in the project place during the […]

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Fair Building Display Areas

Bierman Building(New): Jr. Cultural Arts; Jr. Clothing; Jr. Child Development; Jr. Cloverbuds; Jr. Foods and Nutrition; Jr. Home Furnishings; Jr. Knitting and Crocheting; Jr. Photography, Communications and Computers; Open Antiques; Open Cultural Arts; Open Photography; Open Family Living Departments Steckling Building: Jr. and Open Natural Sciences; Jr., and Open, Woodworking; Jr. Youth Leadership; Jr. Health […]

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Animal Exhibitors

When you fill out your entry forms, make sure you put down all the classes you want to enter. If you want to participate in showmanship, you must put that on the entry form. The same goes for any carcass contests. It needs to be on the entry form in order for you to participate. […]

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