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 15, 2022. All exhibits must be entered online at duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com by Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022 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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2022 4-H Exhibit Hall Entry Steps

**All items must be entered into duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com between Sunday, May 1st and Wednesday, August 3rd at 10pm. **

Drop off locations will be available on the following dates:

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

Duchesne Drop Off Location (All items)
Centennial Event Center: 60 W 400 S, Duchesne, UT 84021
Saturday, August 6 from 10am – 3pm

Duchesne Drop Off Location (Perishables like food, flowers, produce, etc.)
Centennial Event Center: 60 W 400 S, Duchesne, UT 84021
Monday, August 8 from 10am – 3pm

Upon request, a drop off location will be available in Myton on Tuesday, August 2.

If you have extenuating circumstances and are unable to drop off during one of these times, please contact Marianne by Monday, August 1 to make other arrangements. Marianne’s number is (435) 630-3151.

Exhibit Hall Dates:

Tuesday, August 2nd:

Possible drop off location in Myton (upon request)

Wednesday, August 3rd:

10:00am – 3:00pm Roosevelt Exhibit Hall Drop Off for Non-Perishables @ 57 N 100 E in Roosevelt

**All entries must be entered into duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com by 10pm on this date to be eligible for the 4-H Exhibit Hall**

Saturday, August 6th:

10:00am – 3:00pm Exhibit Hall Drop Off for Non-Perishables @ Duchesne Centennial Event Center

Monday, August 8th:

10:00am – 3:00pm Exhibit Hall Drop Off for Perishables @ Duchesne Centennial Event Center

Tuesday, August 9th:

Closed for Judging

Wednesday, August 10th:

11:00am – 6:00pm Open to the Public

Thursday, August 11th:

11:00am – 6:00pm Open to the Public

Friday, August 12th:

11:00am – 6:00pm Open to the Public

Saturday, August 13th:

11:00am – 4:00pm Open to the Public

**Pickup available after 2:00pm, or for one hour following the parade**

Monday, August 15th:

10:00am – 2:00pm Pick up Exhibits (Duchesne)

Tuesday, August 16th: 

10:00am – 3:00pm Roosevelt Exhibit Hall Pickup @ 57 N 100 E in Roosevelt

*If you are unavailable for pickup on this date, items will be left at the Roosevelt office until Friday, August 19th. Following that date, youth will need to pick their items up from the Duchesne office. Items that remain after the month of August will forfeit premium money.

Wednesday, August 17th: 

Myton Pickup Location (Available Upon Request)

*Produce and perishables MUST be picked up Saturday August 13, 2022 by the end of the day or items will be thrown away.

For all 4-H rules and regulations, go to extension.usu.edu/duchesne or contact Marianne at 435-630-3151, or by email at marianne.clayburn@usu.edu.

 

 

 


County Fair 4-H Exhibit Hall Entry Steps

4-H members must be registered at 4h.zsuite.org by Friday, July 15, 2022 at midnight to be eligible to enter items into the fair.

All exhibit hall entries must be entered at duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com by Wednesday, August 3, 2022, at 10pm. We will not be accepting late entries.

If you have any questions, please call or text Marianne Clayburn at (435) 630-3151, or by email at marianne.clayburn@usu.edu.

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 Friday, July 15, 2022. Youth must be five years old as of September 1, 2021 to be eligible for enrollment.

2) Register exhibit hall entries between Sunday, May 1, 2022 and Wednesday, August 3, 2022 by 10pm at duchesnecountyfair.fairentry.com. We will not be accepting late entries.

3) Bring your items to a drop-off location near you! We will print your tags for you, just bring the items.

  • Tuesday, August 2, in Myton (upon request)
  • Wednesday, August 3 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Roosevelt Extension Office: 57 N 100 E, Roosevelt, UT 84066
  • Saturday, August 6 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Duchesne Centennial Event Center (non-perishable items)
  • Monday, August 8 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Duchesne Centennial Event Center (perishable and non-perishable items)

 

4) Check Exhibit Hall schedule for dates and times to view your exhibits. Invite your family and friends to come vote on their favorite entry! Voting will be available on Wednesday, August 10th and Thursday, August 11th. As supplies last, we will also be handing out free treats to people who come into the exhibit hall!

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

  • Saturday, August 13 at the Centennial Event Center in Duchesne after 2:00pm, or for one hour following the parade
  • Monday, August 15 from 10:00am-2:00pm at the Centennial Event Center in Duchesne
  • Tuesday, August 16 from 10:00am-3:00pm at the Roosevelt Extension Office: 57 N 100 E, Roosevelt, Utah 84066
  • Wednesday, August 17 in Myton (upon request)

 

If families are unable to pick up their items during one of these stipulated times, please contact Marianne to make other arrangements. Arrangements must be made by Saturday, August 13. Marianne can be reached by calling or texting (435) 630-3151.

If youth from Roosevelt are unable to pick up their items on Tuesday, August 16, items will remain at the Roosevelt Office until Friday, August 19th. Following that date, items will need to be picked up at our Duchesne office.

***For all youth — items that remain in the office after the month of August will forfeit premium money. ***

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4-H Exhibit Hall Contests

Duchesne County Fair 2022

 

Crazy Critter Contest (Sponsored by Allred’s Yard and Garden)

Youth make a “creature” out of vegetables; the three most unique “critters” wins first, second, and third place.

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

 

The Giant Zucchini Contest (Sponsored by Allred’s Yard and Garden)

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 (Sponsored by the Rotary Club)

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 (Sponsored by the Duchesne County Fair)

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 Utah State University Uintah Basin)

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? Did you participate in our Duchesne County 4-H Teen Council? How were you a leader this year? Write an essay, -or- record a short video, -or- submit a picture/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 (Sponsored by KCM Welding)

Winning projects will reflect how youth gained skills in areas of mental health. This could stem from learning how to make your favorite healthy food or snack, how you improved relationships with friends, or a project that shows a lot of effort, demonstrating you love to participate in those types of activities. Write an essay, -or- record a short video, -or- submit a picture/project with a brief description that demonstrates your leadership 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 picture/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.

 

4-H Teamwork Award (Sponsored by Utah State University Uintah Basin)

The Duchesne County 4-H 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 winners will be selected; this may consist of 3-4 teams, depending on how many youths participated in the project. Each winner will receive a rosette ribbon and $10 in premium money.

 

The #UpcyclingHero Award (Sponsored by the Rotary Club)

Recycling services are somewhat limited here in Duchesne County. 4-H Youth are often seen creatively finding ways to re-purpose used materials for future use. These projects are fun, and they also help us find a way to preserve our resources, encouraging a budget-friendly lifestyle. Winning entries will be selected based on quality. Secondary preference goes to projects that reflect investments in reusable items (i.e., canning).

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

 

Rock’n to the Beat Award (Sponsored by KCM Welding)

The fair theme this year is “Rock’n to the Fair Beat.” Youth will receive this award by entering the Rock’n to the Beat County Contest, which will be held during July 2022. This contest is a talent show, where youth will show off their best musical talents. Entries may include showing a line dance, singing a song, playing a musical instrument, presenting a music video, demonstrating air guitar skills, or any other talent that involves music. Youth will also be asked to say how music improves their mental health. Winners will be spotlighted in the 4-H Exhibit Hall at the Duchesne County Fair in August. For more details on the date for summer camp, follow us on Facebook or Instagram @ Duchesne County 4-H.

 

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.

 

Duchesne County Youth Growing in Agriculture (Sponsored by Farm Bureau)

We live in a world of technology and youth often spend their time on social media. Duchesne County 4-H has partnered with Farm Bureau to offer a one-of-a-kind opportunity for youth ages 9-18. We invite youth to make a social media post that tells your story! The winning entry will meet the following qualifications:

 

  • Winning entries must promote agriculture. How has agriculture impacted your life? How has agricultural involvement impacted your future? These are some of questions you could address, or any other questions/ideas that come to mind.
  • Winning entries must be personable. You don’t have to own an animal to enter this contest – be honest and talk about how agriculture has impacted you.
  • Winning entries will have a large following. How many people liked your post? How many people shared or commented on it? Youth must submit proof of how many likes, shares, comments, etc. their video received.
  • Winning entries must include the following two hashtags:
    1. #FarmBureau
    2. #GrowinginAgriculture

 

Winners will be selected by representatives from our generous sponsor, Farm Bureau, and announced during fair week. Each winner will receive a rosette ribbon, a special feature in the 4-H Exhibit Hall at the Duchesne County Fair, and a cash prize:

1st Place: $300

2nd Place: $200

3rd Place: $100

 

The Einstein Aggie Award (Sponsored by Utah State University Uintah Basin)

This grand prize contest follows the structure of an elementary school science fair project. Youth will enter a poster, and a video, highlighting a specific research-based project that followed the scientific method. The video should consist of the youth presenting a simple explanation of their project. A summer camp for youth ages 9-18 will be held during June 2022, and youth will learn how to make a plan that meets the parameters of this project. They will also be sent home with a poster that they can use to enter the project into the fair. For more details on the date for summer camp, follow us on Facebook or Instagram @ Duchesne County 4-H.

 

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

Two winners! Both winners will receive a rosette ribbon and a $50 cash prize.

 

We are currently researching to see if videos entries can be directly uploaded to Fair Entry when youth register their fair items. We’ll post updates on Facebook and Instagram if we are able to figure it out. If it’s not possible, youth can enter electronic entries by providing a flash or thumb drive to the exhibit hall staff at the fair.

 

Youth who win any of these big ribbon contests need to stop by the 4-H Exhibit Hall during fair week to sign a thank you card for the sponsor.