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Exhibitor Information

“Farm Fresh, Handmade, Home Grown”

Welcome Exhibitors! We are so excited to have you here and ready to enter into the Clackamas County Fair. We have new divisions and exciting changes going on. There’s a chance for just about everyone from ages 2 to 100 years old to win a blue ribbon at the fair. We want to make it as easy as possible to participate in the fair. We have great things planned in store for our exhibitors and can’t wait to get started.

We're accepting exhibitor entries!

You can register and enter online or in person. You can print out entry forms from our website, or pick them up and fill them out at the Fair Office.

  • If this is your first time being an exhibitor, please read the Guide for First Time Exhibitors below. It will answer a lot of your questions.
  • If you plan on entering any animals, read the Livestock Rules and Regulations. Don’t forget to print out the Livestock Release forms!
  • There are different deadlines depending on what you are entering. Check out the Dates, Deadlines, & General Rules to make sure you don’t miss anything.

If you still have questions, don’t hesitate to call us at 503-266-1136 or email Heidi at

Open Competition Departments

Livestock entry form

Exhibitor Liability Release Form

Grange/Club Booth handbook

Livestock Departments

Pigeon handbook entry form
Poultry handbook entry form
Rabbits handbook entry form
Wool handbook entry form
The remaining Livestock departments entry deadline has passed. If you are still interested in entering any animals below, please contact the superintendent listed on that department handbook.
Beef Breed handbook
Dairy Breed & Milking Parlor handbook
Goat, Boer handbook
Goat, Dairy handbook
Goat, Pygmy handbook
Sheep handbook
Swine handbook

Static Departments

*One (1) free fair admission for entry

Future Farmers of America (FFA)

Guide for First Time Exhibitors


Anyone. However, you must be the owner of and the individual who grew, built, created or raised the exhibit you want to enter.


Most still exhibit (non-livestock) Public Competition departments have no entry fees. However, the Public Competition class livestock departments do have entry fees. See individual department listing in the Exhibitor Handbook for specific information.


An individual item can only be entered in one department. Individuals are not, however, limited to the number of departments in which they submit entries. Each department requires an individual entry form which can be downloaded from our website.


Deadlines vary for individual departments. Most still exhibits (non-livestock) deadlines are two or three days before the start of the Fair. Livestock deadlines are throughout the summer. Refer to individual departments for exact dates.


If you have an unusual item you would like to enter, contact the fair office and we will help guide you to the correct department and superintendent.


The types of awards and ribbons vary by department . Some departments give nominal

cash premiums and special awards.


Each department’s listing includes the name and telephone number of the superintendent involved in that department. They would be happy to answer your questions. If youcan’t reach one of the individuals listed, call the Fair Office at 503-266-1136.


Refer to the handbook for the location of the appropriate department location. Be sure to refer to the entry dates and times that are listed. If you have questions regarding the location of the specific department you are looking for, contact the Fair Office at 503- 266-1136 for assistance.


It takes hundreds of volunteers to put on the Fair each year and we thank each and every one for giving of their time and talents. Whether you have a specific area of interest or just want to help out any way you can call 503-266-1136 or stop by and fill out a Volunteer Application. Our office is located at 694 NE 4th Avenue, Canby OR 97013.