LAKEPORT, Calif. – Just about anything you can make or grow at home is eligible for entry into competition at the annual Lake County Fair, but the deadline for returning entries to exhibit items at the Lake County Fair is approaching rapidly.
Entry for all divisions of exhibits must be in the fair office by 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8.
The fair office will close promptly at 6 p.m., and late entries are not accepted.
Signed forms must be physically at the fair before the deadline; postmarks and late entries will not be accepted.
All entries into the Lake County Fair are made online at http://www.lakecountyfair.com/competitions.html . All entries have been made online since 2005.
The Fair provides computers and high speed internet service for the purpose of entering exhibits. The computers can be found during regular business hours in the fair office at the fairgrounds through Wednesday, Aug. 8. Internet access also can be found in a number of other public places, including libraries and at Umpqua Bank branches.
Exhibitor Contest Handbooks are available in a variety of locations around Lake County, including the Lake County Chamber of Commerce, the 4-H Office, Kelseyville Drug, Lower Lake Feed, Bobbie's Family Feed, Middletown Feed, Lakeshore Feed, the Clearlake Chamber of Commerce, Pet Acres and the Redwood Empire Fair.
The Lake County Fair Board has chosen “Summer's Biggest Blast!” for the theme of the 2012 Fair.
The Lake County Fair traditionally occurs Labor Day weekend each year at the fairgrounds in Lakeport.
The 2012 fair dates are Aug. 30 through Sept. 2. The fair is one of Lake County's favorite summertime events enjoyed by nearly 40,000 people each year.
For more information visit the fair on the Internet at www.lakecountyfair.com .