By June 20, each 4-H family needs to log into https://lawrencecounty.fairentry.com and register each of the exhibits your child plans to bring to the fair. In 4HOnline, you selected each of the general projects your child planned to complete (example: Foods or Beef), but in FairEntry, you will tell us exactly what classes in which they plan to exhibit. Check out this article for full details.
Check out our running list of Open Shows and other activities. This is not a collective list, but they are the ones we have received information about. We will update this as we get information.
Want to get messy and celebrate physical fitness?! Join us for the Color Me Green Fun Run at the Lawrence County 4-H Fair. Read here for more details and registration information.
The schedule of 4-H Activities (including judging and shows) for the Lawrence County 4-H Fair is now available.
Purdue Extension- Lawrence County 4-H is now offering a way for kids to put down the screens this summer and gain an appreciation for running/walking while learning to set goals. Any Lawrence County youth can join our Running SPARK Club, which will meet on Monday and Friday mornings at 9 am. Add this to your summer activities, today!
Did you know that almost 14% of adults in Lawrence County have diabetes? If you are one of them, or you care for someone who lives with diabetes, please join us for our Dining with Diabetes classes to learn how to cook for your lifestyle and make positive changes for your health!
See the 2016 Lawrence County 4-H Handbook for all exhibit requirements and guidelines!