4-H at The Sandwich Fair - 2021


7 Wentworth Hill Road
Sandwich, NH 03227
United States

The Sandwich Fair is Columbus Weekend- October 9-11, 2021

The Sandwich Fair is excited to welcome 4-H and the public back to Sandwich over Columbus Day weekend.  4-H members are invited to exhibit their project work from beef cows to quilts.  The finished work of 4-H members will be on display, emphasizing practical life skills through a broad variety of projects and activities through the 4-H Positive Youth Development program. These projects are displayed in the 4-H exhibit hall building, the livestock barns and show rings.  Sandwich Fair info can be found here.

Club Exhibits

This year, due to the challenges of meeting as a group, we are welcoming 4-H Exhibits from 4-H individuals, families and clubs.  Any Carroll County 4-H member, Family or club can create and enter a 4-H exhibit, educational exhibit or 4-H Scarecrow.  We encourage members to create something that shares the message "This is 4-H!

Club Exhibit Guidelines

4-H Animal Fence Talks

4-H animal fence talks are essentially a 4-H action exhibit with a member’s project animal.  4-H members are invited to give a short talk and answer questions to the public with their project animal.  This is a 4-H communication experience and 4-Hers will be judged on their ability to successfully interact with and educate the public using their animal as the subject

Fence Talk Guidelines

4-H Livestock Show Registration

Youth planning to show: beef, dairy, dogs, goats, sheep, swine or working steer will need to register online through Fair Entry. 

4-H Animal Exhibit Guidelines (Entry Deadline is September 15)

Registration Help Guide or Video

Questions about the 4-H Exhibit Hall, Animal Fence Talks or the Livestock Shows can be directed to Claes Thelemarck.  Claes.thelemarck@unh.edu or 603-447-3834.

Questions about camping at the fair, open livestock shows or livestock check-ins please contact The Sandwich Fair Association, 603-284-7062 or info@thesandwichfair.com

4-her showing sheep at fair