156th Clearfield County Fair

July 31st - August 6th, 2016


 

A Place for family & friends!

FREE with paid gate admission: All day ride pass (ages 4 & over), Harness Racing, David H. Litz Grove Stage Entertainment, Grandstand Seating for Parade, and the Family Entertainment of Buffo the World's Strongest Clown, Circle C Ranch Petting Zoo, Hogway Speedway and World of Wonders. Also be sure to check out all the agricultural, photography/art/craft exhibits and take a stroll through the animal barns!

 

 

 

 

VENDOR SPOTS AVAILABLE! INSIDE & OUTSIDE! CALL 814-765-4629 FOR INFORMATION!

 

 

CONCERT/GATE LIMITED TIME SPECIAL!

Ticket sales for Fair Week are scheduled to go on-sale Monday, April 4th at 10am. Orders may be placed on-line or a ticket form can be printed and mailed in. ALL CONCERT TICKETS PURCHASED BY APRIL 15TH WILL INCLUDE GATE ADMISSION. (*Concert's only; the Truck Pull and FMX show are not included. Rides and parking are not included).

The Ticket Window will open on July 5th for phone and walk-up orders.

An advance gate only pass (no rides/parking) will be available for $5. The Family Value Pass (6 gate only passes) will be available for $25. An advance gate/ride pass will be available for $7. Please visit the Admission page for full details on gate admission.

Headline Events

FAIR WEEK 2016

Sunday

4pm Fair Queen Competition @ Grandstand

Monday

6pm Fireman's Parade followed by Fireworks Display

Tuesday

9am - 11am Kids Day Admission Special! Free gate admission for all ages from 9am to 11am. A ride band can be purchased for $6.

10am Kids Day! Free Show featuring Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! A meet and greet will follow.

7pm Stoltz Toyota Concert Series Presents Ryan Pelton - A Tribute to the King

Wednesday

8pm Stoltz Toyota Concert Series Presents Creedence Clearwater Revisited w/ Special Guest The Marshall Tucker Band

Thursday

7pm Full Pull Productions Truck & Tractor Pull

Friday

8pm Stoltz Toyota Concert Series Presents Jake Owen w/ Special Guest Chris Lane. Presented in part by CNB Bank.

Saturday

12pm Dialed Action Motor Sports FMX Bike Stunt Show

8pm Stoltz Toyota Concert Series Presents Lady Antebellum w/ Special Guest The Hobbs Sisters. Presented in part by Denny's Beer Barrel Pub.

(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.