The Greene County Youth Fair is a community fair that does not have any part of it organized by Cornell Cooperative Extension or 4-H. It is run exclusively by a volunteer board. CCE will have a number of educational displays available throughout the fair. 4-H is also sponsoring three events that are open to all Greene County youth – those who live in Greene County, go to school in Greene County, or belong to a club (4-H, girl scouts, boy scouts, FFA) in Greene County.
4-H members from Columbia County are encouraged to support the 4-H Ice Cream Stand and participate in the Public Presentation Showcase and/or the Fashion Revue.
The Greene County Youth Fair is one of very few fairs around the country that offers free admission and entertainment for all ages. The fair celebrates the accomplishments of Greene County youth who will help keep the county's agricultural legacy alive for years to come.
For more information, please visit www.thegreenecountyyouthfair.com.
Register for the 4-H Sponsored Public Presentation Showcase and Fashion Show
Public Presentation Showcase: Youth who are 4-H members or not, now is your chance to present on a topic you know about.
Greene County youth will receive premium money, a rosette, ice cream coupon and evaluation while non- Greene County youth will receive everything but the premium money. Complete the registration form. For more information contact Andrew at 518-828-3346 x202 or email@example.com.
Fashion Show: Youth who are 4-H members or not, may “strut your stuff” at the fair to show off a garment you made.
Greene County youth will receive premium money if they have the garment they will wear for the fashion show judged at the fair on the evening of Tuesday, July 24. Be sure to put it on your fair voucher AND complete the registration form. All participants will receive a special rosette and ice cream coupon. Contact Linda Tripp at 518-828-3346 x210 or Lke2@cornell.edu for more information.
Both the Public Presentation Showcase and the 4-H Fashion Show will take place on Saturday, July 28 in the Rabbit/Poultry Tent.
Last updated June 7, 2018