The 2019 Blaine County Fair Offers New Open Class Entry Opportunities

 

July 3, 2019

The Blaine County Fairgrounds have gotten a little greener. New grass has been installed in between the 4-H building and the Flag Poles and is a colorful sight for visitors entering the grounds. A lot of work has been put in at the fairgrounds in preparation for this years Blaine County Fair. In addition to yearly repairs and equipment updates the Rodeo Arena has had brand new Bucking Chutes installed and will be on display this Friday and Saturday during the Bear Paw Roundup. While the picture above is free of people, the fairgrounds will become a bustling little city, beginning this afternoon as the fair gets underway.

By the time the fair opens on Thursday, July 4, exhibitors will have spent countless hours preparing their entries, hoping to win premium ribbons, bragging rights, or simply the personal satisfaction that comes with accomplishment. This year, the Blaine County Fair will offer four new open class entry opportunities to potential exhibitors.

Three of the new categories: Cake Decorating, Knife Skills, and Culinary Education will be available in the Culinary Department where Hope Hamilton serves as department superintendent. Another new category will be featured in superintendent Carol Warbu...



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