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Exhibitor's Handbooks:
-- After July 4 --  
Pick one up at your local library and local merchants or download a copy from our forms page.

Burgundy - 2022 Green Barn Color

What's all the fuss about burgundy?  Well if you exhibit in the green barn, you can win special prizes for highlighting the color of the year.  As you start selecting your sewing projects, considering your frosting color, buying your legos and taking photos - consider how you can highlight this amazingly rich color. 

General Exhibitor Information

  • The Clayton Community Fair (CCF) is an all open class fair, we have two divisions - youth and adult.  Anyone over 18 yrs of age at the start of the fair will show in the adult class.
  • Where needed, exhibitors will be grouped as follows:

      1. Peewee (Under Kindergarten)
      2. Novice (K to 2nd)
      3. Junior (3rd thru 5th)
      4. Intermediate (6th thru 8th)
      5. Senior (9th thru 12th)
      6. Open - all others
  • Anyone exhibiting livestock must live in the Deer Park, Mead, Springdale, Riverside, Nine Mile Falls, Loon Lake or Valley School District Boundaries. 
  • All stalling or penned animals must submit to a vet check during the fair check in.  Vet check in ends at 8 pm on August 25, 2022. 
  • For market livestock, there will be an onsite livestock auction on Saturday afternoon of the fair.  We do have local butchers who reserves slots for the fair's market animals that will be on site during the livestock auction. 
  • Each market animal exhibitor should work to promote the livestock sale to help increase the bidding pool for all the animals. 
  • Livestock exhibitors will need to be present to help with the setup, barn duties and tear down of the fair pens.  Failure to help will forfeit your premium money.
  • All ribbons and awards should be displayed with your exhibit.
  • All exhibitors of hooved livestock must own or be in possession of the animal at least 90 days before the fair (May 28th), except market steers which must be 120 days prior to the fair (April 28th). 
  • There are no entry fees for still life exhibits (horticulture, floral, sewing, crafts & hobbies, shop & Ag displays), you must have grown\sewn\fabricated the exhibit on your own and only one entry per lot.
  • Additional rules apply and can be found in the fairbook, please read and be familiar with all the rules for a stress free, successful fair experience. 
  • For the safety of everyone, no vehicles will be allowed within the grounds between 8 am and 8 pm. There will be no exceptions!!  If you need to bring in feed for your livestock, the gates will open at 6 am but will close promptly at 8 AM. 

Congratulations to our Buckle Winners

Special Thanks to our Buckle Sponsors

Fitting & Showing                 Winner                  Sponsor

Dairy                                        Brittany House          Doug Knight

Beef                                         Gannon Cotter            Doug Knight

Lamb                                       Ciera Earley                Doug Knight

Dairy Goat                               Olya Libenow             Doug Knight

Market Goat                            Margaret StAmand     Doug Knight

Swine                                      Gannon Cotter            Doug Knight

Horse                                      Chloe Hyek                  Doug Knight

Poultry                                    Kip Pagac                    Endurable Energy

Market Animal                  Winner                      Sponsor

Sheep                                   Nevaeh Mobley            Jansen Farms

Goats                                   Olya Libenow               Kaniksu Feeds

Rabbit                                  Ainsley Carpenter       Stellar Meadows Farms

Hog                                      Reagan Reedy             Amanda Stehlar

Beef                                     Gannon Cotter             Bloss Ranch & Cattle Co.

Area 4 H Events
If you don't know already, now is the time to be figuring out your 4H projects for the fair. Our area 4H groups have several things going on during the winter months that you can check out and learn more to make you a better in the show ring.
Stevens County Events

Spokane County Events
All events are at the Havana St office

Take advantage of these local events! Also, reach out to your 4H leader to see when your local group will be meeting. 
4H leaders, if you would like us to highlight your groups meeting times, etc please email us details and we will get them listed.