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Virtual Spring Showcase - During the month of May

Purpose of the Virtual Spring Showcase

Virtual Spring Showcase

Click on the link above for more information. During the month of May 2022, we are holding a Virtual Spring Showcase! You may create an entry any day of the month of May! We are still having the in-person Fair event this August!

The purpose of the Virtual Spring Showcase is to give our 4-H members and the Pierce County community the opportunity to show what they have been working on this year. Most Still Life classes are open to 4-H members and youth and adult Pierce County residents wanting to show exhibits. The Spring Showcase offers classes in the Creative Arts, Home Arts, S.T.E.M., Environmental Stewardship, 4-H Posters, and Animal Science.

Exhibitors will be awarded virtual ribbons, and in most cases will receive feedback from judges. Exhibitors entering 5 or more exhibits will receive a special 2022 participation ribbon which can be picked up by or mailed to exhibitors after the showcase. In most cases, exhibits entered in the Spring Showcase may also be entered in the Pierce County Fair in August.

Registration for the Spring Showcase opens at 10:01 pm on April 30, 2022, at http://piercespringshowcase.fairentry.com and closes at 9:59 pm on May 31, 2022. Make sure you have all of the required and optional photos before you start the registration process.

Go to Virtual Spring Showcase for more information.

75 Years of Fair Fun!

75 Years - Celebrating Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow!

As we plan for our 75th Fair we are onsite at Frontier Park again. We are hoping you can join us!

There will be lots of volunteer opportunities available. If you are looking for ways to help please fill out a volunteer application. Other ways to be involved are:

Fair News

Pierce County Fair 2022 update

We are planning for an in-person Fair event this August, but we continue to closely monitoring the state and local authorities and their recommendations for social events.

We are hopeful the actions that are currently being taken will help to stop the spread of this virus and we will all be able to resume normal activities soon. Here is a link to the Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) if you are looking for more information on COVID-19.

At the Pierce County Fair we take extra measures to ensure the cleanliness of the facilities each day of the Fair as well as have available plenty of options for hand washing and sanitizing. Even though August is a little ways off, we are already planning for additional hand wash stations, hand-sanitizer units and increased sanitizing of all things communal.

At this time the Fair office is open daily. 253-847-4754
Just a note: we do not run other events at Frontier Park. If you are looking for information regarding other events at Frontier Park or facility rentals, please contact Pierce County Parks: 253-798-4049

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