Dairyland Stand and Raffle Information

Beth Krueger and Jeanne Schmidt, Lincoln County 4-H Board members have stepped forward to coordinate the 4-H Dairyland Stand at this year’s fair.  Dawn Smith and the Merrill Busy Bees 4-H Club have stepped forward to coordinate this year’s 4-H raffle. This year’s 4-H Dairyland Stand will again be run by 4-H entirely.  The profits […]

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Lincoln County Fair Superintendent Meeting – May 17th

Mark your calendar for the 130th Lincoln County Fair! August 15-19, 2018 “Back to the Wild West” (colors will be Red Black & White) The Fair Department Superintendent Meeting:  May 17, 2018 at 7:00 pm Lincoln County Service Center, Rm 156 801 N Sales Street in Merrill Please ensure a representative from each fair department […]

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2018 Lincoln County Fair Entry Process

2018 Lincoln County Fair Entry Process The 2018 Fair Exhibitor’s Handbook will be available in limited hard quantities only.  Each Department Superintendent and Club Leader will receive a copy.  The handbook will be in PDF format on the fair website lincolncofair.com  by May 1st.  It can be printed off entirely or just the sections you […]

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2018 Lincoln County Fair Dates

The Lincoln County Fair Association has announced this year’s fair dates.  The 2018 Lincoln County Fair will be August 15 – 19th.  The entry date deadline will be July 15, 2018.  This will be the 130th Lincoln County Fair.  The theme is “Back to the Wild West”.  Colors are red, black and white. More information […]

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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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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 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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