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Young exhibitors needed for the 2017 Woods County Free Fair


September 3, 2017

If you’re old enough to hold a pencil, a paint brush, or bake a batch of cookies or candies, you’re old enough to participate in the Woods County Free Fair on Sept. 7–9 at the Woods County Fairgrounds.

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

Fine Arts for pre-school through second grade are also open for exhibiting. Watercolors, Crayola markers and colored pencils are all separate classes for youth to participate in. 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 of age and under) is open to those who enjoy baking cookies, muffins or candies, as well as canning and food preservation for ninth through 12th grades.

Photography for those 14 years and under is another way a young person can showcase their skills. Classes in photography in the junior division include still life, plant life, animal life, people or scenic and landscape. Picture stories using three photos to tell a story and “Oklahoma Sky,” a sunrise, sunset, clouds or storms, can also be entered in the digital camera division.

The Woods County Free Fairbook contains a complete list of items ready for youth. Be a part of the fun and enter your projects in the fair. General fair rules for entry apply.


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