Wonder how they get them into the pen? This pig always looks like walking is not possible.
Creative Activities Bldg
Have to see the blue ribbon foods...jam,pies, cookies, etc. Also, all the beautiful handcrafts!
Those kids are so amazing!
4-H Fun! by Leah
State 4-H Arts In Show
Put on by some of the most talented teens in the state, this is a free half-hour song and dance show that is performed 3 to 4 times daily in the 4-H Building. It's a hidden gem.
4-H Fashion Revue
4-Hers strut their stuff on the catwalk showing their latest constructed or purchased garments. Earlier that day, they get modeling tips from none other than the great local legend Richard Moody.
It's amazing what these 4-Hers can do and make! Walking around the building to see their projects is inspiring. My favorites are the photography and woods exhibits.
State 4-H Ambassadors
Make sure you walk through the front door to be greeted by the State Ambassadors. These leaders promote the 4-H program, volunteer with 4-H programming throughout the fair and throughout the year, and are always willing to help you out with any question or need.
Gayle's Fav's by Gayle Jorges
Must have the peppers and onions on it
Roasted Corn on the Cob
A little burndt to sweeten and lots of butter and salt.
Sweet Martha's Cookies
Pick up on your way out - eat warm and share then take the rest home.
Pickle wedge wrapped in cream cheese and pastrami - yum! Pickles could be left bigger though...
4 food you cannot leave the fair with out by Ross
The turkey Sandwich from the turkey to go across from the sheep barn
The London Broil Sandwich from the Main street butcher block. North side of Dan Patch on east side of Grandstand Plaza
Kabobs from Mickey's
A chicken and steak kabob from Mickey's on Underwood.
A wrap from That's a wrap located in the food building.