4-H Exhibit Hall Entry Steps

4-H Exhibits

Come display your amazing talents at the Duchesne County Fair!
The exhibit hall is open to Cloverbuds grades K-2, and 4-Hers grades 3-12.

If you are a 4-H member you need to be registered at 4h.zsuite.org by Friday, July 16, 2021. All exhibits must be entered online at duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com by Thursday, August 5th at midnight to be eligible for the 4-H Exhibit Hall.

Exhibitors who have not completed the 4-H enrollment and paid fees may enter their exhibits into the Home Arts and Open Exhibit Hall.

  See schedule below.

  See schedule below.

  Centennial Event Center. (See details below)

 

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2021 4-H Exhibit Hall Entry Steps

**All items must be entered into duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com by Thursday, August 5th at midnight. **

Drop off locations will be available on the following dates:

Tabiona Drop Off Location (Non-perishable items)
Town Hall in Tabiona
Wednesday, August 4 from 10am – 3pm

Roosevelt Drop Off Location (Non-perishable items)
Roosevelt Extension Office: 57 N 100 E, Roosevelt, UT 84066
Thursday, August 5 from 10am – 3pm

Duchesne Drop Off Location (All items)
Centennial Event Center: 60 W 400 S, Duchesne, UT 84021
Saturday, August 7 from 10am – 4pm

Duchesne Drop Off Location (Perishables like food, flowers, produce, etc.)
Centennial Event Center: 60 W 400 S, Duchesne, UT 84021
Monday, August 9 from 10am – 4pm

If you have extenuating circumstances and are unable to drop off during one of these times, please contact Marianne Clayburn at (435) 630-3151.

Exhibit Hall Dates:

Wednesday, August 4th:

10:00am – 3:00pm Exhibit Drop Off (Tabiona)

Thursday, August 5th:

10:00am – 3:00pm Exhibit Drop Off (Roosevelt)

**All entries must be entered into duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com by midnight on this date to be eligible for the 4-H Exhibit Hall**

Saturday, August 7th:

10:00am – 4:00pm Exhibit Drop Off (Duchesne)

Monday, August 9th:

10:00am – 4:00pm Exhibit Drop Off for Perishables (Duchesne)

Tuesday, August 10th:

Closed for Judging

Wednesday, August 11th:

11:00am – 6:00pm Open to the Public

Thursday, August 12th:

11:00am – 6:00pm Open to the Public

Friday, August 13th:

11:00am – 6:00pm Open to the Public

Saturday, August 14th:

11:00am – 2:00pm Open to the Public

2:00pm – 4:00pm Pick up Exhibits (Duchesne)

Monday, August 16th:

10:00am – 3:00pm Pick up Exhibits (Duchesne)

Tuesday, August 17th: 

10:00am – 3:00pm Pick up Exhibits (Roosevelt)

Wednesday, August 18th: 

10:00am – 3:00pm Pick up Exhibits (Tabiona)

Produce and perishables MUST be picked up Saturday August 14, 2020 by 6:00 pm or items will be thrown away.

If families are unable to pick up their items during one of these stipulated times, please make arrangements by calling Marianne Clayburn at (435) 630-3151.  Arrangements must be made beforehand or items will not be awarded premium money.

For all 4-H rules and regulations, go to extension.usu.edu/duchesne or contact Katrina at 435-738-1140 or katrina.spencer@usu.edu

 

 


County Fair 4-H Exhibit Hall Entry Steps

4-H members must be registered at 4h.zsuite.org by July 16, 2021 to be eligible to enter items into the fair.

All exhibit hall entries must be entered at  duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.comby August 5, 2021 at midnight.

If you have any questions feel free to email Katrina Spencer at katrina.spencer@usu.edu or call the office at (435) 738-1140.

In order to be ready for the County Fair Exhibit Hall follow the steps below.

1) 4-H Members must be registered on 4h.zsuite.org by July 16, 2021.

2) Register exhibit hall entries by August 5, 2021 at duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com.

3) Bring your items to a drop-off location near you!

  • Wednesday, August 4 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Tabiona Town Hall
  • Thursday, August 5 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Roosevelt Extension Office: 57 N 100 E, Roosevelt, UT 84066
  • Saturday, August 7 from 10:00am-4:00pm at the Duchesne Centennial Event Center
  • Monday, August 9 from 10:00am-4:00pm at the Duchesne Centennial Event Center (perishables only)

 

4) Check Exhibit Hall schedule for dates and times to view your exhibits.

5) Collect your items at a pick-up location near you!

  • Saturday, August 14 from 2:00pm-4:00pm at the Centennial Event Center in Duchesne
  • Monday, August 16 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Centennial Event Center in Duchesne
  • Tuesday, August 17 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Roosevelt Extension Office: 57 N 100 E, Roosevelt, Utah 84066
  • Wednesday, August 18 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Tabiona Town Hall

 

If families are unable to pick up their items during one of these stipulated times, please make arrangements by calling Marianne Clayburn at (435) 630-3151.  Arrangements must be made beforehand or items will not be awarded premium money.

 

 

 


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4-H Exhibit Hall Contests

Duchesne County Fair 2021

 

Crazy Critter Contest

Youth make a “creature” out of vegetables; the most unique “Critter” wins first place.

The 1st place winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $15 in premium money.

 

The Giant Zucchini Contest

Grow a zucchini, see how big you can get it, and enter it into the fair!  Zucchini’s will be judged based on weight. The three largest zucchinis win 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

Each winner will receive a rosette ribbon. Premium money awards are as follows: 1st place, $20; 2nd place, $15; 3rd place $10

 

People’s Choice Award

When the Exhibit Hall opens to the public, the public will be invited to nominate their favorite entry. Final winners will be selected from the nominated entries via a small group of judges.

Eight winners will be selected; each winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $10 in premium money.

 

Judge’s Choice Award

Winners will be selected by our 4-H Exhibit Hall judges.

Ten winners will be selected; each winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $10 in premium money.

 

Leadership & Me Award (Sponsored by Strata Networks)

Winning projects will reflect youth leadership in action. Did you teach a sibling a new skill? Were you a leader in your family or community club? Did you train an animal? How were you a leader this year? Write an essay, -or- record a short video, -or- submit a project with a brief description that demonstrates your leadership efforts this year.

Ten winners will be selected; each winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $10 in premium money.

 

Youth Mental Health Award (Youth ages 5-13) (Sponsored by the Duchesne County Fair)

Winning projects will reflect how youth gained skills in areas of mental health. This could stem from learning how to make a new, healthy, recipe, improved relationships with those around you, or spent time doing something you love. Write an essay, -or- record a short video, -or- submit a project with a brief description that demonstrates your mental health efforts this year.

Ten winners will be selected; each winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $10 in premium money.

 

Teen Mental Health Award (Youth ages 14-18) (Sponsored by Roosevelt Movie Theatre)

Winning projects will reflect how youth gained skills in areas of mental health. This could stem from learning how to make a new, healthy, recipe, improved relationships with those around you, or spent time doing something you love. Write an essay, -or- record a short video, -or- submit a project with a brief description that demonstrates your mental health efforts this year.

Ten winners will be selected; each winner will receive a rosette ribbon, $10 in premium money, and an adult movie pass to Roosevelt Movie Theatre.

 

My Service-Learning Award (Sponsored by the Rotary Club)

Service is the heart of 4-H, and youth often serve in the community. What was your greatest service project this year? Write an essay, -or- record a short video, -or- submit a project with a brief description that demonstrates your service-learning experience(s) this year.

Ten winners will be selected; each winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $10 in premium money.

 

4-H Teamwork Award (Sponsored by USU Uintah Basin)

For the first time ever, the Duchesne County Exhibit Hall will be accepting entries made by multiple youth. If you and a friend worked together to create something fabulous, we want to see it! The 4-H teamwork award winners will be selected based on the project quality of the entry. Want to increase your odds of winning? Include a brief essay highlighting how the project was made better because you worked with someone to create it.

Ten winning entries will be selected; each winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $10 in premium money.

 

My Hometown Hero Award (Sponsored by Tri-County Health)

The theme at the fair this year is “Hometown Heroes.” 2020 was tough, but a lot of people stepped up to help when things got hard. Who made an impact in your life? We will be accepting entries that nominate a hometown hero who has impacted your life. To enter this contest, please print and fill out this form: https://bit.ly/3mxVatz

Example of Form (Filled Out): https://bit.ly/3d3FoUt

Ten winners will be selected; each winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $10 in premium money.

 

The County Commissioner’s Choice Award (Sponsored by the Duchesne County Commissioners)

Our Duchesne County Commissioners will be touring the 4-H Exhibit Hall, and each commissioner will select their favorite entry!

Three winners will be selected; each winner will receive a plaque and $15 in premium money.

 

The Einstein Aggie Award (Sponsored by USU Uintah Basin)

This grand prize contest follows the structure of an elementary school science fair project. Youth will enter a poster highlighting a specific research-based project that followed the scientific method.

Optional: if a project requires some explanation, youth are encouraged to record a video where they utilize their poster and any other pertinent supplies to present their findings. The video can be submitted via a thumb drive that is attached to the poster.

**Projects that were previously entered into a school science fair are not eligible for entry**

One winner! This winner will receive a rosette ribbon and a $50 cash prize.