The St. Mary’s County Fair is produced by the St. Mary’s County Fair Association each September during the third weekend after Labor Day. Typically over 1000 people will enter their handiwork in the competitions which include livestock, home arts, farm and garden, arts and crafts, and 4-H departments. Most exhibits are judged on Thursday morning and the Fair is open for general viewing on Thursday afternoon. Some contests, such as the speech contest and judging of livestock, occur during the Fair. Premium moneys, ribbons, and trophies are awarded to the winning exhibits.
Megan Elizabeth Hane is the 2013 Queen of Tolerance.
Megan attends St. Mary’s Ryken High School. She was sponsored by St. Mary’s Ryken High School. She is the daughter of Christina and Thomas Hane of Tall Timbers, Maryland.
She plays Field Hockey, Lacrosse, is President of her class, a member of the Student Activities Council and a member of the national Honor Society. She volunteers at the ER at Medstar St. Mary’s Hospital.
The on-line 2013 catalog can be viewed by clicking here.
The Fair Association has received cost-share funding from the Maryland Soybean Board and the United Soybean Board through their Green Ribbon Fair Reimbursement Program to install soy-based foam insulation in the ceilings of the Commercial1, Commercial2, and Farm & Garden Buildings. The intent of this project is to cool these buildings to make your visit to the fair more enjoyable. Stop in and check it out.
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The 2013 St. Mary’s County Fair will feature both popular old and new events and exhibits, like Donald Burroughs with his miniature mules (pictured to the left).
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