Exhibits Information

Deadline for all entries is Thursday,  May 18th. Online must be done by midnight, mailed entries must be postmarked by 5:00 pm and still exhibit paper entries must be turned into the exhibits office by 5:00 pm (a $4.00 processing fee applies to all paper entries)

Prices and Deadlines for Exhibitor Passes:

Prices for passes purchased by the May 18th deadline are:

Exhibitor Passes – $10

Parking Passes – $5

Parent Passes – $30

Prices for passes purchased between May 19th and June 15th are:

Exhibitor Passes – $20

Parking Passes – $10

Parent Passes – $60

No passes can be purchased after June 15th

2017 EXHIBITOR HANDBOOK

2017 ENTRY FORMS                          (horse and still exhibits only)

ALL HORSE DIVISIONS ARE OPEN TO RESIDENTS OF STANISLAUS, ALAMEDA, CALAVERAS, MARIPOSA, MERCED, SAN JOAQUIN, SANTA CLARA & TUOLMNE COUNTIES FOR ENTRY

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Exhibits Office

(209) 668-1333 ext 315 or 316 ​

exhibits@stancofair.com

Livestock Office

(209) 632-2557

livestock@stancofair.com

Horse Department

(209) 668-1333 ext 321 or 322

horse@stancofair.com

Fair Office Hours

Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm

(209) 668-1333 ext. 315 or 316
E-mail Here

2017 Exhibitor Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

MARKET BEEF

HEIFER INFORMATION

  • 2017 1st year of a 2 year Replacement Heifer application is available in the Livestock office.

OUTSTANDING EXHIBITOR

INDEPENDENT EXHIBTOR

LIVESTOCK INFORMATION

The exhibits program is the cornerstone of the Stanislaus County Fair and features more than 30,000 entries!

Senior Exhibits
Features exhibitors 18 years of age and older who exhibit in open livestock, scarecrow, agriculture-horticulture, home arts, homemade wine and beer, special contests, horses, mule and horse pulling, floriculture gardens, floriculture (plants, flowers, etc.), fine arts, crafts and photography.

Junior Exhibits
Features exhibitors who are pre-kindergarten through grade 12. These exhibitors enter scarecrows, agriculture-horticulture, home arts (food, table settings, clothing, textiles, etc.), horses, floriculture gardens, floriculture (plants, flowers, etc.), industrial arts, fine arts, crafts and photography.

4-H/FFA Exhibits
Features exhibitors who are 4-H members or FFA members who are enrolled in high school vocational agriculture classes. These exhibitors enter in agriculture-horticulture, horses, rabbits, poultry, ornamental horticulture, ag mechanics, still exhibits, junior livestock and more.

Exhibitor Handbook Departments

2017 Exhibitor Handbook

Agriculture / Horticulture

 

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Arts & Crafts

 

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FFA Ag Mechanics & Junior Industrial Arts

 

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Gardens / Floriculture / Horticulture

 

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Home Arts

 

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Homemade Beer & Wine

 

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Horse

 

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Literary Arts

 

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Junior Livestock

 

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Photography

 

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4H Still Exhibits

 

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Small Animals

 

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Technology / Robotics

 

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Special Contests

Special Contests

 

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