The Fulton County Fair has been going strong since 1858.
Drawing well over 250,000 people of all ages, it’s one of Northwest Ohio’s most popular summer events.
But you may be wondering how you can participate if you don’t own livestock, and if you’ve never grown a 100-pound tomato.
Not to worry. The Fulton County Fair has a host of contests that fairgoers of diverse ages, backgrounds and interests can participate in.
The fair offers a wide variety of musical entertainment, agricultural events, a demolition derby, The Lost Nations Rodeo Co. & Extreme Bull Riding Event, NTPA-Sanctioned Tractor and Truck Pulls, plus harness racing.
There are countless ways for virtually anyone of any age to participate at the fair.
The cornhole contest, for example, offers a simple and fun way to participate, no matter your skill level.
There are also opportunities to register for a Think Fast Trivia contest; or the little ones can flex their muscles with the Pedal Power Pull.
A basketball free-throw and 3-point shooting contest will take place Sunday at 2 p.m.
Participants can choose to shoot from the line, or behind the arc.
Age brackets range from the very young, to the young at heart!
For more information on these and other contests, contests, visit FultonCountyFair.com, Entertainment and Contests.
Other Competitions, Exhibits
Of course, the fair includes traditional competitions and exhibits.
Hundreds of people of all ages will compete for ribbons, prizes and bragging rights in categories ranging from poultry to printmaking; dairy cattle to drawing.
You do not need to be a resident of Fulton County to enter open classes or participate in these contests, unless stated for a specific contest on the website.
Maybe this is your year to participate! Bring your friends and family to cheer you, and head on out to the fair!