- Vendor Application
- Fair Schedule
- Baby Parade
- Pet Parade
- Garden Tractor Pull
- Chicken BBQ
- Crab Cake Platter
- Fair Newsletter
For LEADERS/MEMBERS Only
- Citizenship Form
- Exhibit Catalogue
- Horse Activity Guide
- 4-H Event Permission Form
- Adult Overnight Agreement Form
For more information about the Atlantic County 4-H Fair, how to join 4-H, or to volunteer, call the 4-H Office at (609) 625-0056 ext. 6120.
*Forms will be posted as they become available.
Please make sure to scroll through all the score sheets in the category to make sure you have the right score sheet for your specific class. For example, in the Clothing category, there are separate score sheets for Aprons, Dresses, Accessories, etc.
Score sheets can be printed and filled out by hand, or can be completed on the computer and printed. In order to view and print the score sheets, you will need to download the free Adobe reader on your computer.
August 8, 9, 10
ATLANTIC COUNTY 4-H FAIR
David C. Wood 4-H Fairgrounds
Route 50, S. Egg Harbor
Are you looking for affordable family-fun this summer? Look no further! The Atlantic County 4-H Fair is back August 8th, 9th, and 10th, 2013, on the David C. Wood 4-H Fairgrounds. Bring your entire family to the barns to visit the variety of farm animals, and drop by the main building with photography, model railroad, robotics, fine arts, and other home arts displays, or stop by to watch the various tractor exhibits. There are rides, food, and vendors at the 4-H Fair, too!
Animal exhibits will be there throughout the Fair – horses, livestock, and poultry, but don't miss the rabbits, guinea pigs, snakes, reptiles, and other exotic creatures! Judging in the main building takes place on Thursday morning and horse and livestock shows held daily. Special horse and livestock events are also held each evening.
You don't want to miss the Firefighters' Competitions on Thursday and Friday nights! Get there early, buy a chicken barbecue dinner or crab cake sandwich platter, and get your seat in the bleachers.
On Saturday, start the day with the 51st Baby Parade and then join the Teddy Bear Tea. Next, enter your pet in the Pet Parade or join the Tractor Pull. Stay through the evening and watch the selection of the 2013-14 Atlantic County 4-H Youth Representatives and be entertained with the annual Talent Show. Along with all of this, there will be shooting sport activities, live entertainment, radio remotes, and so much more taking place at this year's 4-H Fair. Mark your calendars and tell your family and friends; you don't want to be missing out!
•DON'T MISS SOME FAIR TRADITIONS•
Chicken Barbecue - Thursday, August 8th Starting at 4:00 PM…
Crab Cake Sandwich Platter - Friday, August 9th Starting at 5 PM…
Horse Shows – Thursday, Friday, & Saturday…
4-H Fashion Revue (Friday Night)…
4-H Talent Show (Saturday Night)
The Atlantic County 4-H Fair is held the Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of the first full week in August. Volunteers of the Atlantic County 4-H Fair Association work all year long to prepare the Fair and volunteer club leaders work all year round with their club members to prepare for participation in the Fair. The 4-H Fair gives our 4-H members the chance to exhibit the knowledge and skills they learned in their 4-H projects and share it with the public. 4-H Members, volunteer Fair chairs, 4-H Club Leaders and parents work together, making this the largest event in Atlantic County 4-H.
The theme for the 2013 Atlantic County 4-H Fair will be announced with the winning entry of the 2012-2013 4-H Yearbook Cover Contest.
The 2013 Atlantic County 4-H Fair is Thursday through Saturday, August 8, 9, & 10. It is open from 12:30 PM to 10 PM on Thursday and Friday, and 11 AM to 11 PM on Saturday at the. The David C. Wood 4-H Center and Fairgrounds are located at 6210 Route 50 in South Egg Harbor, between the Expressway entrance/exit and Route 30.
The Atlantic County 4-H Fair is one of a kind! It is the only sanctioned agricultural fair for the county and hosted solely by 4-H, but with the help of many community partners. Atlantic County Government, Rutgers Cooperative Extension – Master Gardeners, Atlantic County Library, Parks and Recreation, Mosquito Control, and other non-profit organizations and commercial vendors have displays, information, contests and free gifts – as well as items for purchase. Atlantic County 4-H advisory groups and Galloway Kiwanis provide a variety of food and beverage selections and the Mays Landing Rotary has games to win prizes and other youth groups.