You still have time to ensure your entries get featured at this year’s Door County Fair. Away from the live music stage and the midway activities, hundreds of projects will be housed in the livestock barns and exhibit halls waiting to be judged. With the fair taking place a few weeks later than in the past, it gives exhibitors more time for their vegetables and flowers to grow, animals to train, and exhibits to receive those final touches. Door County 4-H Educator Dawn VandeVoort hopes the extra time and the growth of their clubs over the last year means more entries for fairgoers to enjoy.
While the fair is scheduled for August 10th-14th, the last day you can register your projects online is July 15th. In addition to today’s (6/30) session from 6 to 8 p.m., you can also get help entering your fair project at the Door County Fair office from 9 to 11 a.m. on July 9th. You can click this link to learn about how you can be a junior fair or an open class exhibitor at the fair and this link to learn about the other activities planned for this year’s event.