Fremont County Fair has always provided an opportunity for youth to display their talents and accomplishments in a public arena.
Over the years the fair grew and organizers added open and golden age divisions to allow adults to participate. Now, exhibits include 4-H projects, fine arts, quilts, needle work, leather crafts, wood work and more.
7:30am: 4-H Building opens to the public. Cowboy Church will start in the Entertainment Tent. The public is welcome to participate in this event.
8:30am: Mandatory meeting in the Show Ring for 4-H/FFA members and parents who will be participating in the Master Showmanship.
9:00am: The 4-H/FFA Master Showmanship Competition will begin in the Show Ring. During this competition the County Fair’s 4-H/FFA Showmen show Sheep, Swine, Goats, Beef, Dairy Cattle and Horses for the title of Master Showman. The Reverse Showmanship Competition will follow Master Showmanship. In this competition, the parent of 4-H/FFA members competing in Master Showmanship will have the opportunity to prove their showmanship skills. The public is welcome to watch this event.
Noon The Parade of Champions Award Ceremony will be held in the Entertainment Tent. The public is welcome to watch this event.
3:00pm: The Buyers’ Barbeque will be held in the Entertainment Tent.
4:00pm: The 4-H Family of the Year and other special awards will be presented in the Show Ring.
4:30pm: The 4-H/FFA Market Livestock Sale will begin in the Show Ring.
6:00pm: Open and 4-H Fair Exhibits will be released. Open premiums will be awarded when exhibits are checked out. No exhibits will be released before 6:00pm
8:00pm: 4-H Building closes to the public.