Lane County Youth Fair

Congratulations on another successful county Fair season!

Oregon State Fair 2017

If you qualified for State Fair here is what you need to know:

2017 State Fair Information

2017 State Fair Website

State Fair Exhibit Checklist

State Fair Camping reservation instructions

Exhibitor Camping Information

 

Heat Stress, Fairs, and Achievement Days: Animal Considerations

Heat Stress

Lane County Youth Fair 2017

2017 Lane County Youth Fair Schedule

2017 Lane County Youth Fair Exhibitors Handbook

Horse Fair (4-H Only)  -  July 13-15

4-H Static (Non-Animal Project) Judging - July 16

Youth Fair - July 19-23

2017 Fair Entries

County Fair entries will all be submitted online this year! Please ask your Community Club leader for details on the process. The online entry system will be open May 1 – June 1.

All 4-H entries must be submitted by June 1. This includes the online entry and delivering the following items to the Extension office:

Please note: your entry will not be accepted if these items are not in the office on June 1.

Those participating in Open Youth Classes should contact the Fair Office for Open Youth fair entry instructions.

Required at Fair Weigh-In: Market Animal Health Record Forms

Mandatory Record Book Checks

EVERY 4-H member exhibiting at fair must attend and pass one of these record book checks.

  • June 11 - Junction City 4-H Community Club 3:00-5:00 pm, Junction City Community Ctr - NEW!
  • June 12 - North Lane 4-H Community Club  6:00-8:00 pm, Santa Clara Grange
  • June 14 - West Lane 4-H Community Club  6:00-8:00 pm, Elmira Grange
  • June 15 - Springfield 4-H Community Club  6:00-8:00 pm,Trinity Baptist Church
  • June 21 - South Lane 4-H Community Club  4:00-6:00 pm, W.O.E. Fairgrounds

More information on record books can be found here.

Variance Request Form

2016-17 Superintendents

Swine: Paige Boyce 541-852-3669 and AshlyAnn Lemhouse

Goats: Jessica Branson 541-915-7161 and Autumn Baker-Caulkins 541-632-0603 

Sheep: Barbara Olson 541-954-1110

Dairy Cattle: Marisa Owens

Small Animal: Autumn Baker-Caulkins 541-632-0603 and Camas Dorsey 541-554-8384

Horse: Kelly Makinson 541-337-7370 (point person for horse committee)

Dog: Kelly Makinson 541-337-7370

Static: Morningstar Owens 541-510-4564 and Sierra Owens 541-632-2682

If you have any questions please contact any of the following:

Emily Anderson – 541-344-5043 email Emily (4-H Youth Development Educator)

Emily Bol – 541-682-7332 Exhibits@atthefair.com (Lane County Fair Exhibits Manager)

See Lane County Fair Site for more information

2017 Changes to Fair Camping

  • Camping reservations will be sold at the Lane Events Center Business Office
  • April 10th at 9:00 am will be the first day to make reservations
  • Spots will be sold in-person only and on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Camping will cost $100 and will include 1 RV permit and 1 parking permit for the pink lot
  • Admission tickets and wristbands must be purchased separately
  • Stock trailers will be parked at an off-site location and vehicles cannot be in the camping area

2017 Fair Camping Rules

2017 Camping Reservation Form

 

Static (Non-Animal Projects) Entry and Judging Day Explanation Cards

Here is a list of explanation cards that can be found on the state 4-H website under “Contest Materials.” http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/special-events/state-fair

Fill out one card for each exhibit you are entering for 4-H Statics Entry and Judging Day. Each entry below is linked to the form or website where form is found. To display document correctly open each pdf in Adobe Acrobat Reader. Judging criteria are outlined in the score sheets found on the state 4-H website under Contest Materials.

Communications-Contest Materials

Expressive Arts-Contest Materials

Family and Consumer Science-Contest Materials

Horticulture-Contest Materials

Natural Science-Contest Materials

SET (Science, Engineering, Technology) - Contest Materials

 

 

 

Congratulations on another successful county Fair season!

Planning for State Fair

If you qualified for State Fair here is what you need to know: 2017 State Fair Information

Lane County Youth Fair 2017

2017 Lane County Youth Fair Schedule

2017 Lane County Youth Fair Exhibitors Handbook

Horse Fair (4-H Only)  -  July 13-15

4-H Static (Non-Animal Project) Judging - July 16

Youth Fair - July 19-23

2017 Fair Entries

Fair entries will all be submitted online this year! Please ask your Community Club leader for details on the process. The online entry system will be open May 1 – June 1

All 4-H entries must be submitted by June 1. This includes the online entry and delivering the following items to the Extension office:

Please note: your entry will not be accepted if these items are not in the office on June 1.

Those participating in Open Youth Classes should contact the Fair Office for Open Youth fair entry instructions.

Required at Fair Weigh-In: Market Animal Health Record Forms

Mandatory Record Book Checks

EVERY 4-H member exhibiting at fair must attend and pass one of these record book checks.

  • June 11 - Junction City 4-H Community Club 3:00-5:00 pm, Junction City Community Ctr - NEW!
  • June 12 - North Lane 4-H Community Club  6:00-8:00 pm, Santa Clara Grange
  • June 14 - West Lane 4-H Community Club  6:00-8:00 pm, Elmira Grange
  • June 15 - Springfield 4-H Community Club  6:00-8:00 pm,Trinity Baptist Church
  • June 21 - South Lane 4-H Community Club  4:00-6:00 pm, W.O.E. Fairgrounds

More information on record books can be found here.

Variance Request Form

2016-17 Superintendents

Swine: Paige Boyce 541-852-3669 and AshlyAnn Lemhouse

Goats: Jessica Branson 541-915-7161 and Autumn Baker-Caulkins 541-632-0603 

Sheep: Barbara Olson 541-954-1110

Dairy Cattle: Marisa Owens

Small Animal: Autumn Baker-Caulkins 541-632-0603 and Camas Dorsey 541-554-8384

Horse: Kelly Makinson 541-337-7370 (point person for horse committee)

Dog: Kelly Makinson 541-337-7370

Static: Morningstar Owens 541-510-4564 and Sierra Owens 541-632-2682

If you have any questions please contact any of the following:

Emily Anderson – 541-344-5043 email Emily (4-H Youth Development Educator)

Emily Bol – 541-682-7332 Exhibits@atthefair.com (Lane County Fair Exhibits Manager)

See Lane County Fair Site for more information

2017 Changes to Fair Camping

  • Camping reservations will be sold at the Lane Events Center Business Office
  • April 10th at 9:00 am will be the first day to make reservations
  • Spots will be sold in-person only and on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Camping will cost $100 and will include 1 RV permit and 1 parking permit for the pink lot
  • Admission tickets and wristbands must be purchased separately
  • Stock trailers will be parked at an off-site location and vehicles cannot be in the camping area

2017 Fair Camping Rules

2017 Camping Reservation Form

 

Static (Non-Animal Projects) Entry and Judging Day Explanation Cards

Here is a list of explanation cards that can be found on the state 4-H website under “Contest Materials.” http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/special-events/state-fair

Fill out one card for each exhibit you are entering for 4-H Statics Entry and Judging Day. Each entry below is linked to the form or website where form is found. To display document correctly open each pdf in Adobe Acrobat Reader. Judging criteria are outlined in the score sheets found on the state 4-H website under Contest Materials.

Communications-Contest Materials

Expressive Arts-Contest Materials

Family and Consumer Science-Contest Materials

Horticulture-Contest Materials

Natural Science-Contest Materials

SET (Science, Engineering, Technology) - Contest Materials

 

 

 

 

Basics of Biosecurity

Heat Stress, Fairs, and Achievement Days: Animal Considerations

Heat Stress

 

Oregon State Fair 2017

2017 State Fair

State Fair Exhibit Checklist

State Fair Camping reservation instructions

Exhibitor Camping Information

 

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