The 68th annual East Middleboro 4-H fair will be held on Labor Day weekend Saturday September 2nd and Sunday September 3rd at the 4 H fairgrounds. It is great family friendly event that kids and parents to enjoy! There is no admission or parking fee, just come and enjoy the day. Moms Shopping Survey Earn Amazon gift card and more
There are no amusement rides, but there is much to do. Join us on Saturday afternoon for our popular country auction. Or watch the animal costume parade followed by the tractor parade on Saturday. The country store (rummage sale) and book tents are open throughout the fair and a variety of great food is available including our famous chicken barbecue Sunday afternoon!
In the schoolhouse 4-H members display their many talents as they compete for ribbons. In the morning come for breakfast and stay to watch one of the many animal shows. Our 4-H members care for and work with their animals all year, come and see what they have accomplished.
There is no admission or parking fee, just come and enjoy the day. Check our schedule for a full listing of all shows and activities.
The East Middleboro Fair is sponsored and presented solely by volunteers. Most of our volunteers are members of the East Middleboro Community Committee or 4-H members and their families.
Saturday September 2nd
8am Fair Opens
Country Store Opens
8am-11am Breakfast Served
9:30am Rabbit Show – Rabbit Tent
9:45am Welcoming Ceremony
Registration for Open Cribbage Tournament
9:30a-1:30p Dog Show
10am Open Cribbage Tournament
12:00pm Swine Show – Pole Barn
1:30pm Poultry Showmanship
2:15pm Pie Eating Contest
2:45pm Scholarship Recognition
6:30pm Fair Closes
Sunday September 3rd
8am Non-Denominational Worship Service and Blessings of the Animals
9:00am Registration for Briggs Memorial Horseshoe Tournament
9am-11am Breakfast Served
10:30am Goat Show
12pm Sheep Show
12-4pm Chicken BBQ
TBA Open Family Games
1:30pm Beef and Dairy Show
3pm Open Children’s and Animal Costume Parade
5:30p Animals Released
4-H is the largest out of school educational youth program in the world. The 4-H Youth and Family Development Program (known simply as 4-H) is a program of the United States Department of Agriculture, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and the County Government. At the local level the clubs are led by qualified, adult volunteer leaders. The East Middleboro 4-H organization has grown throughout it’s over sixty years. The East Middleboro 4-H Community Committee is made up of leaders, junior leaders, former leaders, and club members. It serves as a coordinating body for the local activities. “The Fabulous Fifties”, so named because the group was organized in 1950, assists in the maintenance of the school house and grounds, helps in many ways during the fair and sponsors a scholarship for an East Middleboro 4-H youth going on to school whose family has contributed time and effort to East Middleboro 4-H.
4-H Grounds, 183 Thompson St. (Route 105), Middleboro, MA 02346