The Warren County Youth Fair has been set for Saturday, August 11 from 9 am until 1 pm at the Warren County Fairgrounds on Schroon River Road. Admission and parking are free.
The day will include an opening Ceremony at 9 am, a Hula Hoop contest at 9:15 on the stage, a Bubble Gum blowing contest at 9:45 am, the annual youth pie eating contest at 10:30, and the Warren County Talent Show at 11 am.
All day events include a dime toss, Adirondack Guide booth, craft room making rain sticks, and hourly tours of the new CCE Greenhouse/Garden starting at 9:15. Or stop by and visit and learn with the Master Gardeners.
4-H program is also hosting a Yard Sale starting at 8 am and running until noon to raise funds for their annual high school scholarship program. A $3 bag sale will start at 11 am. They will also be collecting used plastic bottles that have a recycling deposit for New York.
The event is hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension and the CCE 4-H program and is sponsored by Glens Falls National Bank, Adirondack Trust, and Krystal Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge.
4-H is the largest youth development organization in the United States empowering over six million young people to “learn by doing.” The program is open to any youth ages 5 to 19 years old with opportunities to learn through clubs, after school and school enrichment programs and through the variety of programs offered through the Cooperative Extension offices.
For more information about Warren County 4-H programs or any program that 4-H has to offers, call (518) 668-4881.