Whether you are a young person or just one at heart, you can participate in one of the two area county fairs this summer.
The registration portals for the Kewaunee County Fair (July 13th-16th) and the Door County Fair (August 9th-13th) are open for people to submit their entries for both open class and junior fair divisions. Door County Fair Secretary Hilary Heard says the online registration has made it easy for people to participate.
Exhibits Coordinator Darlene Boeder has been involved in the Kewaunee County Fair in some form for approximately 65 years. She says it has been an excellent way for the whole family to participate regardless of age.
You still have some time to decide what you want to do and to register to exhibit at the Door County Fair and the Kewaunee County Fair. You have until June 1st to register for the Kewaunee County Fair and July 7th for the Door County Fair. Boeder and Heard invite you to contact them if you have any questions about the registration process. The Door County Fair will also hold special registration events on Saturday, June 17th from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and on Thursday, June 29th at the secretary’s office on the Door County Fairgrounds.