Lincoln County Fair
The Lincoln County Fair is the official Fair for the county. Operated under the auspices of the County Commissioners for the primary purpose of education, the fair encourages the people of Lincoln County towards raising better farm and garden products.
You can learn more about the Lincoln County Fair at www.lcfairmontana.com.
2017 Fair Theme: “Kids, Crops & critters”
Thursday – Sunday August 24 – 27, 2017
Location & Times
The Lincoln County Fair is the official Fair for the county. Operated under the auspices of the County Commissioners for the primary purpose of education, the fair encourages the people of Lincoln County towards raising better farm and garden products. Although entertainment is provided to attract attention and attendance, the Fair is educational in all its various divisions. School exhibits, club booths, commercial exhibits, along with federal, state and county exhibits all have their part in the educational value of the Fair.
By offering many premiums in all phases of 4-H and youth work, the Fair aids materially in encouraging participation this valuable training for our county’s youth. Known as a place to meet old friends and to make new ones, the Lincoln County Fair has been a long standing tradition in Lincoln County since its incorporation in 1909. The Fair hosts hundreds of fair exhibitors who compete in various 4-H, agricultural and domestic divisions, showcasing Lincoln County’s best craftsmanship, animals, vegetables, plants and flowers. County residents, young and old, bring their best to the fair in an effort to win that blue ribbon. 4-H members complete their projects for the year with their fair exhibits, livestock, horse and dog shows, and market livestock sale.
Kidsville (Kids’ Carnival at the Fair) offers youth an opportunity to challenge themselves and their friends to various games of skill, win prizes, and to just have fun. A Mechanical Bull, Bungee Trampoline and Human Gyroscope and some of the favorites. Midway style games, clowns, face painters and train rides all keep the kids busy and entertained.
Friday is Family Day with events and programs during the day, Friday Night at the Games in the Rodeo Arena at 7pm providing good old fashioned family fun, and a Family Dance in the Pavilion at the Fish Pond & Park following the games. Local talent, on the Food Court Stage offers a variety of amazing entertainment that appeals to all ages while fairgoers partake of some of the best ‘fair food’ to be found anywhere. Non-profit organizations and businesses from Lincoln County offer up tasty treats of all kinds.
Saturday features the Annual Karaoke Challenge where everyone is a winner from noon to 3pm. At 3:00 the 4-H Livestock Auction begins where award winning animals are auctioned to the highest bidder. The Bull Thing, featuring world renowned PBR riders, kicks off in the Arena at 7pm.
In between fair time, organization and individuals utilize the Fairgrounds to hold events such as the Annual Rendezvous Flea Market and Quilt Show, Friends of the NRA Banquet, Car Shows, Tobacco Valley Rodeo, Fundraisers of all kinds, Montana Mohair Producer’s Annual Fiberfest, and the Annual Holiday Craft Bazaar to name a few. Buildings and grounds are available for parties, celebrations, weddings, workshops, seminars, club meetings and more. Full and half day rates are available.
Located nearby are the Fish Pond and Picnic Pavilion, softball fields and a running track – a perfect place to host a summer get together. Reservations suggested. Visit our Calendar of Events at www.lcfairmontana.com or contact the Fair Office for more information!
Lincoln County Fair Board
Meetings held on the 4th Wednesday of each month
(subject to change depending on schedules)
Leslie Graves, Chair – Eureka
Betty Mack – Troy
Sharon Labonty – Eureka
Sara Sherwood – Eureka
Shelby Fowler - Eureka
Marion Eash - Fortine
Lois Sciligo - Secretary/Manager
Two Libby positions are currently open on the board - Contact Us for Application Info