Lincoln County Fair
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The Lincoln County Fair began on the John Cash property in Stanford. In 1963 it moved to Harmon Heights on approximately 10 acres. There were about 30 members of the Lincoln County Fair Board, at this time and the week of the fair consisted of one night of each of the following Dairy Show, Beef Show, Horse Show and Horse and Mule Pull. Since then we have grown to 22 directors and 275 members. This number grows during fair week to 375 plus with our community volunteers. The attendance for fair week is around 25,000 people.
There are now 4 District Agriculture Shows and 7 State Shows held on the grounds each year. A main event on the Motorsports Track each night and any given weekend from May through November the 60 acre Lincoln County Fair Complex is used for Fair Board Events, agricultural and school programs as well as company, church and family gatherings. The Lincoln County Fair in combination with the Lincoln County Fair Board has been at its present location since 1988 and is proud to have been selected most progressive fair in the state the past twelve years.
The Lincoln County Fair is a grassroots organization dedicated to preserving and promoting agriculture and family traditions. We are proud to work with the Kentucky Association of Fair and Horse Shows in raising money for their scholarship fund as well as the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. We are a non-
We strive to be the best County Fair we can be by providing many family oriented activities and events. We value community pride, unselfish service, and fairness in all of our dealings, We are very proud of our grounds, our fair, and other events we have throughout the year. We are committed to use every means in our power to entertain our fair attendee with the hope that you feel you have attended the greatest County Fair ever. We encourage you to visit the Lincoln County Fairgrounds during the annual Fair or at any other scheduled event throughout the year.