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Wildflowers and Wagonwheels ~ August 27-29, 2021!

We are still accepting Fairbook cover entries for next year's fairbook! Next year's theme is "wildflowers and wagonwheels". Please follow rules in the contest section of the fairbook. Entries must be postmarked by November 1st, 2020 to be eligible.
2020 Clayton Community Fair Scholarship Winner
Among all the other things that happen at the fair is recognizing a participant that applies for our annual scholarship. The applicants have to have shown at our fair before and we are honored to help them pursue their dreams as they head off to college, it's just another way we support this community of kids. Our $500 scholarship recipient this year is Andrea Hallauer - CONGRATS!!! 
September Fair Meeting
The September meeting will be held September 15th. We realize that many members of the community have feedback regarding the 2020 fair, but please remember that the Clayton Community Fair is completely run by volunteers.  If you want to see a change, be the change and donate some of your time, passion and bring some compassion as we all want to support ALL the participants- young and old in ALL of our fair categories. 

Fundraising Dinner and Car Show - Sept 11th

Please save a new date to come have dinner with us and support the fair.  With the COVID restrictions our annual early summer fundraising dinner has been postponed from June 5th to September 11th.  Additionally, we moved the annual Car Show from the weekend of the fair to September 11th; just another reason to come and support the fair. We hope to see you there for some good food, good friends and a great cause.

If you would like to support our fair, before then; you can donate your time or mail us a donation:

Clayton Community Fair

PO Box 449

Clayton, WA 99110

Fall is in the air and that means our farmers market season is coming toward the end, there are 4 markets left in September.  It's never too early to start thinking of the holidays, so come out and shop our craft vendors for Christmas ideas!

There will be changes this year as we work through the COVID restrictions and some changes to keep the fairgrounds and our visitors safe.  

  • PARKING - This year when you come to the market, you will find the east gate closed - please turn right and head into the main fairgrounds parking lot that we use for the rodeo and the fair. You can see a map of the grounds and the parking here.  You can park along the fence or out in the field and come into the market through the gate near the Floral Barn. 
  • CDC Requirements - A condition of holding a farmers market this year is to follow the CDC guidelines.  We will post more details about what this means in the coming weeks as we approach the first market (and as the guidelines change). 

We ask that you not handle the merchandise unless you are purchasing it and maintain social distancing. 

As always, we will have vendors in the building and some outside in tents.  You never know what you will find week by week as the produce that comes to market is based on what is ripe at the vendors, miss a market and you might miss your favorite fruit or vegetables. You can always watch our FaceBook page as Stephanie tries to let people know what is coming as the vendors update her each week.  As more details about changes to the market are available, they will be posted to the FaceBook page and we will update this site as well.

Make sure you wear some good walking shoes as the COVID restrictions mean we will be spacing vendors further apart to keep everyone safe. For those return shoppers, the COVID restrictions also mean we can't have the coffee available but we can have the punch cards! We will have plenty of smiles (possibly behind masks) and all kinds of market wares to be had. Come check out the market, bring your punch card, tell your friends and come help support these local vendors. 

Exhibitor's Highlights

Quilt Block Challenge - Quilts of Valor

This year we will be partnering with Quilts of Valor to create a quilt for a service member or veteran who has been touched by war.  All blocks submitted will be used to create a quilt and then it will be given to honor a military member. 

The Sewing Department is going to continue the Quilt Block Challenge! You now have until September 30 to submit your quilt blocks for this challenge. Each entry will be photographed and Meegan Ware, the Superintendent for that department, will create a virtual display. Please contact Meegan at or 509-710-1601 to get your quilt blocks turned in.

Fair Sponsorships Available

Would you like to see your business or family name on one of our buildings? For $300 you will get 4 tickets to the fair, a booth/awning space at your fair location to advertise your business and you can put a sign/banner on the building you are sponsoring. The money from your sponsorship will stay with the building you select to make improvements in that area of the fair. Click here for the form and advertise your business while helping us make things better for our exhibitors. 

Grab your punch card and your friends because the Clayton Farmers Market is back each Sunday from 11-4 starting June 7th. There will be changes this year as we comply with the COVID rules but we hope to see you and all our vendors as the craft vendors are back starting June 14th!

Volunteer meetings are always the 4th Tuesday of the month 7pm
 Everyone is welcome, please join us!

May thru August- Fairgrounds
 Sept thru April - Pizza Factory

   We need your help!  

The fair is 100% volunteer ran and we need some help with administrative tasks and/or help during the week of the fair watching over the entries.  If you have a few hours or a day to help please contact us!

Do you shop at Yokes Fresh Market? Sign up for their Community Card to earn up to 5% of your purchase for the Clayton Community Fair! Click HERE for your Community Card Application.

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