Deadline fast approaching for pre-registration for Schuylkill County Fair exhibits

Registration deadlines are fast approaching for the Schuylkill County Fair. July 22 is the pre-registration deadline for general exhibitions.

This deadline is for exhibitors interested in submitting items for general exhibits. General exhibits consist of items like fruits, vegetables, flowers, and grains. This same timeframe is used for items like cakes, pickles, wine, honey, quilts, photos, and woodworking.

These types of items can be pre-registered on the Schuylkill County General Registration Form. This form can be found in the premium tabloid or online at www.schuylkillfair.com/exhibits/. Or on the exhibition website www.schuylkillfair.com under the exhibitor tab.
Questions regarding general exhibit registration at the show can be directed to (570) 617-0808 [email protected]

So you wonder what this registration deadline is, premium tabloid, exhibitions and exhibitors because you have never exhibited at the show.

A premium tabloid is a book where all classes are listed by departments. So you say what is class and departments? Classes are a list of things by category that can be entered into the fair. So, let’s say you have a great landscape photo of part of Schuylkill County and you’d like to enter it for the fair to be judged for its quality and to be seen by others. So you open the premium book online at www.schuylkillfair.com/exhibits/ and find department 19 which is Arts and Crafts and start looking at the class list. Stop when you find 1/19/13 if it’s a black and white photo of a landscape or look further on 1/19/22 for a color landscape. Place these numbers on the general registration form that you printed from the online premium tabloid found at the end of the PDF file. Mail the entry form to the address on the form and bring your landscape photo to the fairgrounds on Saturday, July 30 between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. There is an exceptionally wide variety of classes in the premium tabloid for almost anything that can be crafted, grown, bred, or collected. There is a course list for Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Needle Crafts, Food, Wine, Grains, and Tractor Crafts. There is surely a course that interests you. So watch the premium tabloid online for your area of ​​interest. Your area of ​​interest that you have is more than likely to have been crafted, grown or collected is called exhibits. The exhibits are the item of interest that you want to list at the Fair and that makes you an exhibitor. The deadline is a time frame within which you want to get your list of items you want to display at the show so that the information can be prepared for you when you arrive with your items at the show for display on July 30th. That’s not to say you can’t just bring them to the fairgrounds on Saturday, July 30 between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. to judge and exhibit them, but that process is less streamlined for the exhibitor.

Visit the Schuylkill County Fair August 1-August 6, where we “work together to keep the tradition alive.” The Schuylkill County Fair has been striving to carry on the tradition for 39 years. For more information on exciting Schuylkill County Fair entertainment and activities, visit the fair’s website at www.schuylkillfair.com or check us out on Facebook at www.facebook. com/SCHUYLKILLFAIR/.

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