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Have fun at the fair this year!

July 10-18, 2015



2–6 p.m. Open Class exhibit check-in – all non-perishables. Do not bring foods, food preservation,
fruit and vegetables, plants and flowers – Family Arts Building
2 p.m. Early 4-H exhibit drop-off (only if you cannot participate in regular project judging)
3:30–6:30 p.m. Enter and judge 4-H exhibits except Clover Buds, Minis, Garden, Flower and Crops –
Community Building
6 p.m. 4-H Club trash cans due to David Boll Theatre

2–6 p.m. Open Class projects due: Foods, canning/freezing, vegetables, and field crops (e.g. corn , soybeans) –
Family Arts Building
3-6 p.m. Livestock exhibitor information, auction number, barn assignments pickup (livestock
exhibitors: this information must be picked up) — Pavilion
3:30–6:30 p.m. Clover Bud and Mini Project check-in – David Boll Theatre

Noon–6 p.m. Antique Farm Display entries due
6–8 p.m. Poultry check-in and weigh-in for all Market Birds – Pavilion

Congratulations to Caitlyn Williams, 2015 Bartholomew County Fair Queen and to her court:

1st Runner Up – Mallory Meyer
2nd Runner Up – Courtney Williams
3rd Runner Up – Bailey Meyer
Miss Congeniality – Elizabeth Waddle

The Fair board usually meets at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of every month and every Monday in June.  The next board meeting is Monday, August 10.

Day Sponsors (2015):

Friday, July 10:  Bartholomew County Democrat Party
Saturday, July 11:  Renner Ford-Honda Night
Sunday, July 12:  FFA Day (Columbus & Hope FFA)
Monday, July 13:  Bartholomew County Republicans
Tuesday, July 14:  Bartholomew County REMC
Wednesday, July 15:  Bartholomew County Young Farmers Day
Thursday, July 16:  Bartholomew County Farm Bureau Insurance – Bob Hendershot
Friday, July 17:  Renner Ford-Honda Night
Saturday, July 18:  Athens Animal Clinic

Street Sponsors (2015):

Coriden, Coriden, Andrews and Glover LLC St.
Jorge Morales
Renner Motor Frog Jumping St.
Bartholomew County Young Farmers St.
Iron Men of Metz St.
Legacy Excavating St.

Nestled in central Indiana, Bartholomew County shines as an example of what an American community can be. For a fleeting week during the warm days of summer, people from the surrounding area gather for food, fun, family and friends at the Bartholomew County 4-H Fair.

After the annual event comes to a close and the booths, exhibitions, and rides have been taken away, what remains is a collection of highly viable locations available to rent as a venue for your own event. During the other 11 months, the grounds are busy with events such as the Bill Rogers Classic Cattle Show, the Scottish Festival, and many more attractions. The fairgrounds also hosts year-around public camping, events and wedding receptions.