Junior Division Exhibits

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Junior Division Exhibits

All exhibitors in the Junior Division must reside in or be members of a recognized youth organization consisting of two or more families, located in Chippewa County under adult leadership, have an educational program appropriate to the department(s) entered, and approved by the NWSF Fair Board.

If you are not a member of an NWSF-approved youth organization, we welcome you to enter the Open Class Division or apply by contacting Cindy at cboggess@nwsfa.com.

Are you interested in volunteering at this year's NWSF Chippewa County Junior Fair? Contact Cindy Boggess, Junior & Open Fair Manager, at 715.723.2861 ext. 105 or cboggess@nwsfa.com.

If you have questions about exhibiting, contact Dawn Totzke, Exhibit Manager, at dtotzke@nwsfa.com.

NWSF Junior & Open Fair Organizational Structure

Starting April 15th, you may begin registering your competitive exhibits for the Northern Wisconsin State Fair. Competitive exhibits are the foundation of county and state fairs and there is sure to be an area you can find that interests you to showcase all you've learned within the past year of your Youth Organization.

You are encouraged to register multiple items in various departments for the opportunity to earn honors, ribbons, and money (premiums). Select non-animal exhibits have the opportunity to be selected as the 'Judge's Favorite' and be featured at the Wisconsin State Fair in West Allis, Wisconsin.
Register your exhibits here: http://nwsfa.fairwire.com

The NWSF Exhibit Registration process is completed online.

If you have questions, e-mail Dawn at dtotzke@nwsfa.com
Important Dates:
June 21 - Junior Exhibit Registration Closes
July 9 - Junior Division - Face-to-Face Exhibit Introduction, Drop Off and Judging for All Non-Animal Exhibits
July 9-12 - Junior Division - Judging for Animal Exhibits
July 10-14 - Northern Wisconsin State Fair

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