Kids can choose from a variety of activities from sewing and cooking to photography and painting. The judging for these projects is already underway at the fairgrounds, even though the fair does not start for a couple more days.
“The kids get to talk with the judge,” said Sharon Williams, a resource leader for the 4-H extension office. “It’s a learning process, and what they can learn to do better and what they’ve done well.”
The non-livestock exhibits will be on display in pavilions during the fair.