General Fair Rules

1. All entries for exhibit are limited to Middle Park, Grand and Summit Counties, except where otherwise specified.

2. When there is but one exhibitor competing for a premium, the judges may give an award, first, second and third as well as the merits warrant.

3. All threshed grain exhibits shall be grain that has been threshed since August 1st of the previous year.

4. All possible diligence will be exercised to prevent loss or injury of animals and articles on exhibition, but it is hereby stipulated that the fair and rodeo board will be in no way responsible for loss or injury to any entry or person.

5. Exhibit Hall Premiums will be paid in cash. All other premiums will be paid by check according to the books only. Premium will be paid only to breeding, over and underweight livestock classes. No premiums will be paid to market classes.

6. Alcohol allowed only in designated areas.


Exhibit Hall

1st Place ~ $2
2nd Place ~ $1
3rd Place ~ $.75

Open and Special Event Rules

4-H General Project Rules
4-H General Exhibit
Exhibit Hall


(Deadline August 4, 2017- Judging)

1. All entries shall consist of exhibit requirements as set forth in the 4-H Member’s Manual including record book.

2. Premium in this department will be paid for all units within each class, i.e., Clothing - Unit 3, Foods - Unit 4. Projects must be exhibited to collect

3. Classes are available for all 4-H Home Economic and General Projects enrolled by May 1, 2017. Exhibits and prizes must be picked up on the Sunday of fair week. Premium checks will be available at the extension office on September 5, 2017 1:00pm – 4:00pm.

4. All 4-H entries must be entered July 10th, 2017 and judged on August 4, 2017 8:00am-4:00pm.

Veterinary Science Horseless Horse
Model Rocketry
Small Engines
Power of Wind
Outdoor Adventure Range Management
Sportfishing Shooting Sports
Wildlife Ceramics
Global Citizenship Leadership
Scrapbooking Woodworking
Visual Arts Cake Decorating
Child Development Clothing Construction
Artistic Clothing Fibers and Fabrics
Consumer Savvy
Financial Champions
Foods and Nutrition Bread Project
Specialty Foods
Food Preservation
Heritage Arts
Home Environment