156th Clearfield County Fair

July 31st - August 6th, 2016

Thank you for another great year!

See you in 2016!



The Pennsylvania Bridal Association, along with the Clearfield County Fair, proudly announce the Clearfield County Bridal Show on Sunday, March 6, 2016 from noon to 4pm, with a Bridal Fashion Show from 2pm to 3pm. All brides, bridal parties, and families are welcome free of charge to sample cakes and talk to local photographers, caterers, DJs, and more about how they can assist in making your wedding day one to be remembered. To register for this event, please fill out a registration form at www.pabridalassociation.com. 

Interested vendors please complete the vendor contact form at http://www.pabridalassociation.com/contact.html

Please visit the Pennsylvania Bridal Show Facebook event for updates. https://www.facebook.com/events/523775551136799/

Headline Events

Sunday, March 6, 2016
12pm to 4pm
Expo II Building

Clearfield County Bridal Show Presented by Pennsylvania Bridal Show Association along with Clearfield Fair & Park Board.




4pm Fair Queen Competition @ Grandstand


6pm Fireman's Parade followed by Fireworks Display


Stoltz Toyota Concert Series Presents TBA


Stoltz Toyota Concert Series Presents TBA


7pm TBA


Stoltz Toyota Concert Series Presents TBA


Stoltz Toyota Concert Series Presents TBA

(Harrisburg, PA)  Sarah Kosack representing the Northeast Community Fair, Erie County, won the 28th Annual PA Preferred Cookie/Brownie/Bar Contest and earned the top prize of $250 during the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show. Her Death by Peanut Butter Brownies entry was the unanimous winner among the judges, with oneRunner up and the recipient of $100 was Leah Toomey of the Allentown Fair, Lehigh County. Third place and $50 went to Lillian Neff of the Clearfield County Fair in Clearfield County. Lydia Harris from the Oley Valley Fair, Berks County, came in fourth. Fifth place was awarded to Juliana Bonus of the Berlin Brothersvalley Fair in Somerset County. A total of brownies and bars .  Each contestant had to pre-qualify for the state competition by placing 1stin a preliminary contest at their county or local fair.  Entries were judged on appearance, flavor, texture, and creativity and each recipe had to include at least one PA Preferred ingredient.  Kosack has competed in the chocolate baking contest since she was 8 years old.  She created the recipe for her entry, and used Hillendale brand eggs and Weis brand butter as her PA Preferred ingredients. Judges for the state competition included Chris Fickes of Tennessee; Ashlee Dugan, PA Preferred coordinator with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture; Brenda Moore of York County; Valerie Edmiston ; and Christine Greig of Crawford County. Karen Dobson of the Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs emceed the contest. The PA Preferred® Chocolate Bakingcontest is co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of PA Preferred® program - the C oods grown, produced or processed in Pennsylvania - and the Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs. More than 100 fairs across the state held a qualifying PA Preferred® Chocolate Baking contest at their 2015 event in order to send a contestant to the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg.