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Sponsorship Inquiry
The Canyon County Fair is the biggest summer attraction in Canyon County, attracting nearly 50,000 attendees in a four-day event.  If you would like to join as a sponsor, please fill out the form below. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you to discuss how the Canyon County Fair can support your promotional goals.


Sponsorship Opportunities
For over 130 years the Canyon County Fair has been the place for Canyon County patrons to gather in celebration of their community through competition, culture, creativity and world-class agricultural heritage.

The Canyon County Fair is a four-day event that draws nearly 50,000 people annually to celebrate and experience Canyon County’s prevalent culture.

The Canyon County Fair offers effective marketing strategies designed for your agency to build awareness, educate, interact with patrons, generate potential and maintain existing clientele, and achieve your marketing and advertisement goals.

Your presence at the Canyon County Fair will allow you to engage with your target audience(s) in a unique and meaningful way.  As a Fair sponsor, your company is provided with a wide range of the most comprehensive advertising, marketing and hospitality benefits available.

Above all, as a sponsor to the Canyon County Fair, you will help foster the primary hallmark of our community, agricultural education.  As the Canyon County Fair serves to protect and promote Canyon County’s world-class agricultural heritage, we exist to sustain agriculture and our community with added pride knowing we live in an area identified as one of Idaho’s—and truly the world’s—premier agricultural regions.  We believe in fostering agricultural education throughout the community, in hope to sustain agriculture as the hallmark of our County.

To apply, fill out and submit application form below prior to March 16, 2018

  • This application, along with the attachments you furnish, is your opportunity to provide a professional and complete presentation.
  • All attachments provided in this application become the property of the Fair.
  • Only fully completed applications will be reviewed.

To apply, fill out and submit application form below prior to March 16, 2018

  • This application, along with the attachments you furnish, is your opportunity to provide a professional and complete presentation.
  • All attachments provided in this application become the property of the Fair.
  • Only fully completed applications will be reviewed.

To participate in Competitive Exhibits:

Step 1:  Review general rules & information by clicking on “General Information” above
Step 2:  CLICK HERE to enter your competitive exhibit(s)

  • If you prefer to use a hard copy, printable entry form click here
  • Entry tags will be completed and ready for you when you deliver your entries
  • Entries must be delivered to O’Connor Field House according to the schedule below:

Saturday, July 21, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Antiques, Historical, Vintage, Art, Ceramics, China Painting, Hobby Crafts, Needle Arts & Photography exhibits accepted. 

Tuesday, July 24, Noon – 7:00 p.m. Baking, Canning & Homemade Spirits exhibits accepted. 

Wednesday, July 25, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Flower Design, Fruits, Vegetables & Horticulture exhibits accepted.  No pre-entry required for these exhibits.

Details Coming In 2019!

  • (If dancing with a partner, that individual will also need to complete a Dance Competition Registration.)
  • (If contestant is under 18 years of age)

To participate in 4-H or FFA contact: Canyon County Extension Office University of Idaho P.O. Box 1058 501 Main Street Caldwell, Idaho 83606 phone (208) 459-6003 fax (208) 454-6349 https://www.uidaho.edu/extension/county/canyon 4-H Each year more than 900 youth throughout the Treasure Valley participate in Idaho’s largest, dynamic, informal education program for youth.  4-H Clubs and special interest groups provide opportunities for youngsters to grow and develop life skills.  At the fair the 4-H members exhibit the work they have completed during the year and celebrate their accomplishments.  4-H is learning by doing.  FFA The Agricultural education program provides a well-rounded practical approach to learning through three components:  Classroom education in agricultural topics such as plant and animal sciences, horticulture, forestry, agri-marketing, etc.: hands-on supervised agricultural career experience such as starting a business or working for an established company; and FFA, which provides leadership opportunities.

Market Livestock Sale

Saturday, July 27th, 10:00 a.m. Fair Building

Objectives and purposes of 4-H/FFA Market Livestock Sale

  • To provide an outlet for market stock raised in a 4-H/FFA project.
  • To provide youth, their parents, and leaders an experience in one method of marketing and selling.
  • To encourage members to learn a marketing process.
  • To improve livestock enterprise and encourage excellence in management and economical production through participation in an auction.
  • To educate the general public about the efforts expended by 4-H and FFA members in connection with the livestock project.
  • To provide ongoing consumer education for 4-H/FFA with a focus on marketing at proper weight, quality grade and producing a desirable carcass from a consumer and producer standpoint.
  • To uphold guidelines established by the 4-H/FFA livestock advisory committees and staff.

We would like to offer a special thank you to the Nampa/Caldwell Chambers of Commerce Agri-Business Committee and Simplot Western Stockmen’s who will be sponsoring the Buyer’s Breakfast day of livestock sale.

  • To become a volunteer at the Fair, please fill out the information below:

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