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2022-2023
STORAGE INTAKE

MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2022
BY APPOINTMENT DATE & TIME

call 814-472-7491
to schedule an appointment


DAY


WEST GATE
(LIVESTOCK)


EAST/CENTER
 GATES


TRACK GATES

SUN

7:00 AM

10:00 AM

NOON

MON

7:00 AM

10:00 AM

NOON

TUES

7:00 AM

3:30 PM

NOT OPEN

WED

7:00 AM

3:30 PM

3:30 PM

THURS

7:00 AM

3:30 PM

3:30 PM

FRI

10:00 AM

3:00 PM

3:00 PM

SAT

10:00 AM

10:00 AM

NOON

BUILDING OPENING

SUNDAY, MONDAY AND SATURDAY
10:00AM

TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY
4:00PM

AGRICULTURE BUILDING INTAKE

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1
 Non-Food Exhibits Only
Noon - 8:00 pm

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 2
 Non-Food Exhibits Only
Noon - 8:00 pm

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 3
All Exhibits Permitted
NOON -  8:00 pm

SATURDAY, SEPT. 4
Baked Goods ONLY
 9:00 am - Noon

OUTTAKE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
10:00 am - 4:00 pm


NEW FOR 2021 - BEER & WINE DROP OFF
FRIDAY - 2:00 - 7:00 ONLY
 AT THE FAIR OFFICE

Hypertufa and Growing Hardy Succulents

Join the Penn State Master Gardeners of Cambria County for their Hypertufa and Growing Hardy Succulents workshop. Hypertufa troughs are made from Portland cement, Perlite, and peat moss which results in a lightweight container. Information about the types of plants and soil for hypertufa-made troughs will be part of the hands-on workshop.

When
Sat., Sep. 10, 2022
(10:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET)
 
Where
American Legion County Fair
883 N. Julian St.
Ebensburg, 15931
Learn More
See event fees.
Completed hypertufa containers can be taken home at the conclusion of the workshop.
Who is this for?
Anyone who would like to learn how to make an interesting planter feature to add to their garden
What will you learn?
  • Types of succulents that are winter hardy
  • Soil for hypertufa-made troughs
This event will be held in the Ag Annex Building on the fairgrounds. Gate passes will be provided to participants to enter the fairgrounds.

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People travel from far and wide to attend our fair!

Some of our visitors come to compete in various competitions like the...

- Livestock entries and shows
- The antique tractor entries and tractor parade
- The farm and garden equipment entries
- Entries in the Ag and Ag annex buildings such as baking, canning, sewing, quilts, afghans, arts and crafts,
  photography, fruit and vegetable and Grange and 4-H Club exhibits.   We even had a Peewee class for children
  between the ages of 2 to 4. 
 


Some had fun on the rides or tried to win something from the stands on the Midway.   Some enjoyed the shows at the grandstand, attended or took part in one of the demolition derbies, or the Orlo truck or tractor pull.   Some watched the horse pulling contest, animal judging and competition.  Some came to see the vendor displays, or watch the square dancing - maybe even took part in the dancing.   Some enjoyed the Ag and Ag Annex building exhibits and  learned about the "honey bees".   Some came for traditional fair food like cotton candy, candy apples, fudge, apple dumplings, monkey bread, fried dough and a host of other meals and sandwiches.   

For some it was family time or seeing people they have not seen from one year to the next.  Who knows, maybe we caught you on camera and your picture is in one of our galleries.  Take a few minutes to view our galleries.