GREENFIELD — Next week, Hancock County will celebrate the work of more than 1,000 4-H’ers who plan and execute agriculture-related projects throughout the year as part of the popular youth education program.
The Hancock County 4-H Fair, which runs Friday through June 26, also provides a week filled with family-friendly activities for those not involved in 4-H.
The fair is at 620 N. Apple St. in Greenfield.
Here’s what you need to know.
1. Admission is free.
There is no charge to attend the Hancock County 4-H Fair, and parking is also free. Families can tour livestock barns and 4-H exhibit halls to see youth projects at no charge. Limited parking is available at the Hancock County Purdue Extension office and in the open field on the west side of the fairgrounds.
2. Entertainment is planned for each night.
Free entertainment is scheduled each evening from Friday through June 26 in the Pioneer Building. A variety of solo acts and groups will perform, and the lineup includes both familiar and fresh faces. The entertainment includes a cross-section of music, ranging from county to classic rock and is put on for fairgoers for free. You can also take your turn on the stage Thursday during karaoke night.
3. Learn more.
The Daily Reporter will publish a Hancock County 4-H Fair preview section in the Saturday edition. The section includes information about new events at the fair, details about the entertainment lineup, a fair schedule and more.