Loudoun County Fair July 29 – August 3, 2013 Loudoun County Fairgrounds

Thanks to all the volunteers, parents, 4-H’ers, and attendees for making this year’s fair great. We had some great entertainment, 4-H competitions, and made some friends along the way.

The winners for all the competitions will be posted shortly so check back for the final lists.

You can always check out some of the photos at https://www.facebook.com/groups/616241245076868 from this year’s fair.

The fair staff was informed by multiple individuals about the inappropriate comments by the rodeo clown on Saturday night of this year’s fair. I have addressed these concerns, as well as mine, with the rodeo company. I have been assured that this will not happen again.

We do our best to provide clean family entertainment the entire week of the fair and this is not typical for any of our entertainers. We have already started working on the 2015 fair and we will continue providing great fun and entertainment for the entire family.

We appreciate your comments on how we can make improvements.

We look forward to seeing you at the 2015 Loudoun County Fair.

The Loudoun County Fair Staff

As a reminder, there are no animals allowed on the grounds, except for 4-H animals in the 4-H shows, petting zoo, or the open pet show. Once the open pet show has completed, your animals will need to be taken home. Thanks for your cooperation.

Scholarship Quilt

This quilt was auctioned at the Livestock auction. This quilt represents more than three hundred hours of loving craftsmanship. It was sold for $1,200 and the proceeds support the Loudoun County 4-H Scholarship Fund.

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We now have mobile apps for your Android and iPhone cell phones. Click on the links to download the app for your phone.

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Mobile app developed by CrowdTorch.

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John Smith (Past LFA President) Beef Obstacle Course ...

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Past and present Loudoun Fair and Associates Presidents go head to head in the Beef Obstacle Course (worth watching!) ...

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No firearms or dangerous weapons are permitted on the fairgrounds during the Loudoun County Fair. This policy does not apply to law enforcement personnel.