OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) – While the Winnebago County Fair has been canceled for this summer, the Fair Association has announced an online showcase for exhibitors to display their hard work.
The Winnebago County Fair Association says the 2020 Online Showcase aims to promote community educational programs and talents of youth and adults within the county. There is no fee to submit an exhibitor to view the showcase, which has an August 15 submission deadline for exhibitors.
County youth who are members of a organization – 4-H, FFA, Scouts, breed groups, and more – with adult leadership and are age 5-20 as of January 1, 2020. There are more than 30 different areas exhibitors can submit for.
Any adult age 18 and up as of January 1, 2020, who resides in Winnebago County are also invited to partipate in the showcase. There are 20 different open class departments adults can show off their talents in.
For more information on how to participate in the 2020 Online Showcase, visit the Winnebago County Fair’s website. Organizers say the Showcase will be displayed online through Facebook and the County Fair’s website beginning on September 1.
Uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus has caused numerous local events to be canceled:
- Algoma 2020 Sunday Farmer’s Market
- Appleton Old Car Show and Swap Meet
- Country USA
- The Door County Fair
- EAA AirVenture
- Fox Cities Butterfly Festival
- Green & Gold Charity Softball game
- The Green Lake County Fair
- Greenville Catfish Races and Concert
- Hodag Country Festival in Rhinelander
- igNight Market in Green Bay’s Broadway District
- The Iola Car Show
- The Kewaunee County Fair
- Rock USA
- Warrens Cranberry Festival
- The Winnebago County Fair
- Wisconsin State Fair
Some events will be held, with modifications, including:
- Appleton’s Octoberfest and License to Cruise
- The Brown County Fair
- The Fond du Lac County Fair
- The Outagamie County Fair
- The Shawano County Fair
- The Waupaca County Fair
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