2016 Nicollet County Fair - 8/10/16-8/14/16
The Nicollet County Fair
is scheduled for
Wednesday, August 10 - Sunday, August 14, 2016
For the full "2015 Nicollet County Fair Guide and Premium Book" - click here. This includes the premium book information, all registration forms, schedule, special activities ads and coloring competition sheet. (Note: large PDF, may download slowly on some internet connections.)
Also, here is a guide for harvesting and preparing Vegetables for open class judging: /site//Vegetable Judging Guide.pdf
Thank you to all that exhibited and competed! We appreciate your participation!
Johnson Hall: contact Heidi Wenner at 507-934-2684 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Directors would like to let the Nicollet County Fairgoers know that our grandstand bleachers were inspected by a structural engineer, a few minor fixes were made, were re-inspected by engineer and forms were signed and submitted to the State of Minnesota to be bleacher compliant with the State's guidelines. To maintain compliance, we will watch our bleachers closely each year and conduct another compliance review with an engineer in five years, according to State guidelines. Our compliance certificates are posted in the Fair Board office, if you would like to see them or have questions. Safety first!
The Board of Directors at the Nicollet County Fair would like to thank our 2015 corporate sponsors:
SUPREME CHAMPION SPONSORS: Davisco Foods International, Inc., Hewitt Lifts & Roll-a-Dock, Keeley Drainage and Landscape Supplies, LJP Waste and Recycling, St. Peter Tourism, Arnold's of Mankato, Bobcat of Mankato
FRIENDS OF THE FAIR SPONSORS: AmericInn Motel, Anderson Seeds, Culligan, Lager's Inc., Mankato Sertoma Club, McDonalds, and United Farmer's Cooperative, Nicollet County and Sheriff's Department, City of St. Peter and Police
Richard Compart Pavilion courtesy of the Richard Compart Family and Compart Family Farms.
Picnic Tables courtesy of the Auto Restorers Club.
Paul Michels for inkind donation of taping and painting in Johnson Hall.