2020 Blaine County Fair To Be Virtual

 

June 4th, 2020-The Blaine County Fair Board and the Blaine County Board of County Commissioners have made the difficult decision to move the 2020 Blaine County Fair to a virtual format. 

 

"This was not an easy decision, but was made in the interest of the health of our community," said Morgan Drage, Blaine County Fair Board President. "We're confidant we can hold a program that will honor the work of our local 4 H clubs, and we encourage the community to support the Fair and the market animal sale as they have done in years past" 

 

The Open Class will be canceled, but the University of Idaho 4 H Extension market animal sale will continue via a virtual format. The University of Idaho Extension Office is putting together a virtual platform and will release details as they become available. 

 

Additional details will be released as they are available. Please check the Fair website, and both the Fair and
4-H social media pages for updates.

Thank you to our community partners:
Blaine County 
University of Idaho Blaine County Extension
Blaine County 4-H
Carey Rodeo Association

 

Special Thanks To:

Blaine/Camas Farm Bureau Federation (Sidnee & Bryan Hill, Jeremy Smith, John Saili,
Chance & Tracy Molyneux, and Clayton Mecham)
Sawtooth Rangers (Casey McGehee, Garth Vanhorn, Kay Malone, Cara Malone, Bill Ratliff, Tree Bosch, 
Julie Flolo, Nancy Glick , Cheryl Bennett and Jack Flolo

 

Susie Q Ranch

Russell & Sandy Kirk

Thornton Heating

Walter’s Concrete

Kelly Wardell

Matt Thornton

Tree Bosch

Frontier Flowers

Kathy Whitworth

Dusty’s Electric

Rancher’s Supply

Ryan Bronson

C & R Electric

Craig Patterson

Randy Drage

Danny Simpson

Dustin Colton

Daniel Drage

Paul Sauerwein

Jeff & Tristan Harshbarger

Clearwater Landscaping
D.L. Evans Bank



Interested in joining us as a vendor?
Please fill out the 2019 Vendor Application, read through our concession and special exhibit guide, and
let us know you're coming!

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