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2023 Marshall County Open Class Show

Join us during the 2023 Marshall County Fair for the Marshall County Open Class Show. 

Are you interested in basic crafts, fine arts, fiber arts, quilts, foods, food preservation, clothing and sewing, plants/flowers, Christmas at the Fair, and gardening? Would you like to showcase your handmade and home grown items during the fair? Consider entering the 2023 Open Class Show! Youth under 3rd grade can also enter items under "Little Hands". There is no cost to enter in your items and you may enter as many items as you would like for various categories. 

This years Open Class Exhibit guide has been updated and several categories have changed. To see the current Exhibit Guide with all of the rules and information click the link below to download. 

2023 Open Class Exhibit Guide

Additional Information

Enter as many items as you like as there is no longer a one item per section number limit except the following categories: Flowers and Gardening.

FRIDAY, JULY 14, 2023
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM - ALL Entries will be accepted in the Open Class Building at the fairgrounds in Argos. No late entries will be accepted!
12:30 PM – Closed Judging for ALL exhibits will take place
Saturday, July 15, 2023
5:00 PM – Exhibits may be viewed
Saturday, July 22, 2023
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM – Release of ALL Exhibits.

Volunteers Needed
The Marshall County Open Class Exhibits are coordinated by gracious volunteers. However, we can always use more hands! Please consider donating a couple hours of your time. To volunteer, call Donna Kubacki at 574-220-6708. Thank you!

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