Blaine County Fair, Idaho

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Blaine County Fair

The Blaine County Fair is a week long event that honors and boasts many 4-H competitions and exhibits. Fair features include livestock husbandry, baked goods, produce, sweets, flowers, handcrafts, hobbies, small antiques and horsemanship. The fair offers plenty to see, eat, judge and buy and there are many events and parades for kids. Read More

  • Watch the events at the Blaine County Fairgrounds in Carey, ID
  • First week of August each year
  • Events for everyone - rodeo, parade, kids races and more

Overview: There is plenty of competition at the Blaine County Fair. There is a two day horse show, a llama show and a traditional jamboree. Other events include an archery shoot, a family barbecue and a "little kids" rodeo. There is also a main rodeo event held at night. 

Where: Watch the events at the Blaine County Fairgrounds in Carey, ID

When: You will want to mark your calendars for the first week of August each year. August 7th-12th, 2017.

Cost: Ticket prices vary by event and age

Details: Kids are welcome to join in the "Baby Bottle Brigade" in which kids parade with animals being bottle fed. The fair also has a night time dance and karaoke party. A recently added equestrian competition asks riders to demonstrate specific maneuvers requiring a great deal of skill. Awards are given out in all 4-H events.

Find more details on the Blaine County Fairgrounds website.

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