July 12 - 14, 2018

Timonium Fairgrounds

BALTIMORE COUNTY 4-H FAIR

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            Baltimore County 4-H Fair

 

The Baltimore County 4-H Fair was first held in 1964 at

the Eudowood Plaza Shopping Center near Towson, MD.

The Fair was the vision of 4-h Extension Agent Norman

Smith and 4-h Leaders who saw it as an opportunity for

 the 4-H Youth of Baltimore County to showcase their

non-animal project work, as well as, livestock exhibits. 

After this successful 4-H Fair, the event was moved to

the MD State Fairgrounds where is has continued to be

held.  In 1965, a Fair Board was formed to plan and

organize the event.  Mr. William Langlotz of Hereford, MD,

served as the first Fair Board President.  Mr. Langlotz

continues to be an active 4-H Fair supporter.

In the early years, 4-H Livestock were housed in open

air barns on the MD State Fairgrounds.  Later, these

barns were replaced by an indoor arena now known as

the Cow Palace.

 

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        4-H PLEDGE
       
 
      I PLEDGE
     MY HEAD TO CLEARER THINKING,
      MY HEART TO GREATER LOYALTY,
              MY HANDS TO LARGER SERVICE, AND,
MY HEALTH TO BETTER LIVING,
FOR MY CLUB, MY COMMUNITY, MY COUNTRY AND MY WORLD.

 

It is the policy It is the policy of the Baltimore County 4-H Club Fair Association, Inc., that no person shall be subjected to

discrimination on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, disability, age,  or national origin.