Mission Statement

The Marion County Agricultural and 4-H Club Fair Association, under the guidance of the Board in partnership with the greater community, shall endeavor to preserve the agricultural heritage of Marion County while celebrating and promoting positive family values, fostering community partnerships and promoting cultural understanding in an ever-changing urban environment through showcasing our 4-H and youth development opportunities that will result in a vibrant, cohesive community.

If you wish to support the Marion County Fair by becoming a member of the Marion County Agricultural and 4-H Club Fair Association, annual membership dues are $15. Call or email the administration office for more information.

History

The Marion County Fair was established in 1930 as a street fair in New Bethel or Wannamaker. Following several moves in the Wannamaker area, it was relocated onto 123 acres of land at Troy Avenue and Fisher Road. There are presently 17 permanent buildings on the grounds.

The Marion County Fair is a not-for-profit corporation owned and operated by the Marion County Agricultural and 4-H Club Fair Association, Inc.