The Kosciusko County 4-H Fair begins Monday, July 8. Each day, the Kosciusko County 4-H Fair will honor a particular group or sponsor. These days often mean discounted admission or themed activities.
Although the official opening day of the 97th-annual fair isn’t until July 8, gates will open on July 7 for Family Day.
Families will be able to enjoy the 13th-annual Community Parade, which steps off at 4 p.m. from Winona Avenue for free. All 4-H exhibits also open at noon on July 7.
Tuesday, July 9 is Kiddies Day, with carnival rides priced at $1 from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. July 9 is also Leadership Appreciation Day at the fairgrounds, when volunteers can register to win prizes throughout the day at the 4-H Office and Kosciusko REMC Day. REMC customers who present their Touchstone Energy Card at the gate will receive $1 off the cost of admission.
Wednesday, July 10, is Community Day, visitors are encouraged to visit the not-for-profit booths along Midway. Wednesday is also Senior Day; individuals 65 or better are only $1 for admission.
Farmers and Truckers Day at the fair will be Thursday, July 11 and there will be an antique display area. Scout Day is also July 11. Until 6:30 p.m., all scouts wearing a Class A uniform get in free. Louis Dreyfus will also be honored as a long-time sponsor.
Friday, July 12, the fair will honor Everest Excavating Day as a long-time sponsor. The day will also be Sponsorship & Media Day.
Saturday, July 13, is Dr. Dane and Mary Louise Miller Foundation Day and the final day of the fair.
For more information about special dates and pricing, contact the Kosciusko County Community Fair Office at 574-269-1823.