Fair board plans Hall County Fair July 22-26
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) -The Hall County Fair board Thursday announced that this year’s fair would go on from July 22-26 at Fonner Park in Grand Island. They said the fair would adhere to all applicable and prevailing COVID-19 protocols.
“Our primary goal is to offer an opportunity for the 4-H exhibitors of Hall County Nebraska to show their livestock and static exhibits that they have dedicated themselves to since last July,” said Hall County Fair manager Corby Flagle.
“We have trimmed and adapted our fair to comply with the evolving health and safety guidance issued by the Nebraska Central District Health Department. Plus, our website and official Hall County Fair social media sources will be key in helping us convey important news and events involving the fair,” said Flagle.
The announcement said the fair board and volunteers were eager to host a fun, wholesome, Nebraska county fair that much of Central Nebraska is just as eager to experience and enjoy for themselves.
No open class exhibits or shows, music concerts or entertainments in a large gathering setting are scheduled to occur.
Daily video feeds are scheduled to present the animal judging in the Five Points Arena and a portion of the morning 4-H Horse show from the Thompson Arena. Many, but not all, events may be seen both live and archived via the Hall County Fair Facebook page and via the Hall County Fair YouTube channel.
You can see the fair’s show schedules and current information on all matters pertaining to the Hall County Fair on the Hall County Fair website , the Hall County Fair Facebook page or the Hall County Fair twitter feed.
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