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Young exhibitors encouraged to enter the Woods County Free Fair


September 2, 2016

If you’re old enough to hold a crayon, a paintbrush, or bake a batch of cookies or candies, you’re old enough to participate in the Woods County Fair Sept. 8-10 at the Woods County Fairgrounds.

Fair exhibit classes are open in Cultural Arts for children in kindergarten through second grade, with several types of handicraft classes available such as plastic, wood, sand-art, painted T-shirts and Legos for pre-schoolers and Legos for kindergarteners, both displayed in a shallow box.

Fine Arts for pre-school through second grade is also open for exhibiting. Watercolors, Crayola markers and colored pencils are all separate classes in which youngsters can participate. Frames are not required for pre-school through fifth-grade art.

Junior bakers are also encouraged to exhibit at the Woods County Fair. The Junior Division (14 years and under) is open to those who enjoy baking cookies, brownies and homemade muffins. Give these classes a try!

Photography for those 14 years and under is one way a young person can learn new skills in photography. Try taking an animal picture, a “people” photo, a scenic or landscape photo, a plant life or an “any object” photo and enter it at the fair.

Fairbooks contain a complete list of items available for children. Copies of the fairbook with guidelines are available at the Woods County Extension Office on the ground level of the Woods County Courthouse. Be a part of the fun and learn a lot in the process.


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