Exhibits

GENERAL RULES, EXHIBITOR INFORMATION & ENTRY LOCATIONS 

All exhibit applications for pre-registration are now located online on our “Quicklinks page” or by clicking one of the following Divisions. Fine ArtsHome ScienceHome ArtsIndustrial ArtsPhotographyHorticultureScienceCreative ArtsSmall Livestock

ENTRY DROP OFF LOCATIONS
Clark County Fine Arts Building – 1301 W. Whipple Logandale, Nevada
Saturday, April 2nd & Monday, April 4th 10:00am – 6:00 p.m.

Heidi Leavitt Residence – 1669 N Ash Tree Rd Alamo, Nevada (702) 286-2828
Saturday, April 2nd 9:00am – 12 Noon

Alexander Library Conference Room – 1755 W. Alexander Rd. Las Vegas, Nevada
Friday, April 1st 2:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

We are unable to accept perishable foods, live plants or small animals at these locations. Items needs to be wrapped for transportation. Perishable Entries may be brought directly to the Fairgrounds on Tuesday, April 5th from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.

ENTRY PICKUP LOCATIONS AFTER THE FAIR
Clark County Fine Arts Building – 1301 W. Whipple Logandale, Nevada
Monday, April 11th 10:00am – 6:00 p.m.

Heidi Leavitt Residence – 1669 N Ash Tree Rd Alamo, Nevada (702) 286-2828
Wednesday, April 13nd 9:00am – 12 Noon

Alexander Library Conference Room – 1755 W. Alexander Rd. Las Vegas, Nevada
Wednesday, April 13st 1:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

ENTRIES

    1. Competition in ALL divisions is open to Clark, Lincoln & Nye County residents.
    2. Please note the special regulations, dates and times for exhibit entry in each division.  Entries need to be brought directly to the Fairgrounds or other locations as specified.  All other entries will be accepted on Saturday, April 2nd or Monday April 4th from 10am-6pm.
    3. Perishable Foods entries will be accepted on Tuesday, April 5th from 12pm-4pm

EXHIBITS

    1. Exhibits must be the handiwork of the exhibitor.
    2. All exhibits are entered and displayed at the risk of the owner.
    3. The exhibitor is responsible for deciding on the proper class and lot per entry.
    4. Exhibits may be disqualified if found soiled, damaged, or signs of excessive wear.
    5. Any exhibit in questionable taste will not be accepted for public display.
    6. Exhibitors must receive and retain a claim check for each entry. These claim checks must be presented to claim entry.
    7. The exhibit hall will close at 10:00 p.m. daily and 8:00 p.m. on Sunday.
    8. Exhibits cannot be removed before 10:00 a.m. on Monday, April 11th.
    9. Fair management will not be responsible for loss or damage but will use every reasonable precaution to protect entry.

JUDGING AND AWARDS

    1. Each entry will be judged on its own merit.
    2. Best, Second Best and Third Best of Class Awards will be given to the top three entries in each class where possible. Champion and Reserve Champion Awards will be given in each section, and one (1) Best of Show in each division.
    3. When there is a single entry in a class, the award will be made on merit alone.
    4. Only Judges and Clerks may be present in the area while judging is taking place.
    5. Judging and awards are not completed until the official opening of Fair. Please do not come in or call.

AGE CATEGORIES
ADULT 18 years or older, TEEN 7th Grade – 12th Grade (13-18 years old), YOUTH 3rd Grade – 6th Grade (8-12 years old), CHILD Kindergarten Grade – 2nd Grade (Up to and including age 7)

SKILL CATEGORIES
P. Professional – Any person, regardless of age, who makes $1500.00 or more income from the sale of, and/or teaching skills of, and/or owns a shop which features the items which are presented for judging. ENTRIES WILL BE AWARDED RIBBONS ONLY.
AM. Amateur – An amateur is anyone who is not considered a professional as defined above. Judging will be for ribbons.
HD. Handicapped – Any person who by reason of physical or mental limitations, would be unfairly penalized if placed in competition with those of average abilities.

SMALL LIVESTOCK DIVISION EXHIBITS

TO GUARANTEE A CAGE PLEASE PRE-REGISTER BY MARCH 28th, 2022.  After pre-registration, cages will be available on a first come first serve basis. Exhibitors must provide cages or viewable containers for rodents, caged birds, reptiles or fish.

CHECK IN – All pre-registered entries must be brought to the Fairgrounds on Tuesday, April 5th between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. All exhibits must be officially checked in.

CHECK OUT – Removal of entries will begin at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 10th. Access to the Small Animal Pavilion will only be granted through gate 7 located on the East side of the fairgrounds. All entries must be removed by 9:00 p.m. Entries remaining after 9:00 p.m. will be the sole responsibility of the owner. Large animals will not be allowed to load out until after 9:00 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION – Exhibits will be inspected for health and soundness upon entry and periodically each day. Any animal showing signs of disease or illness during the fair will be removed immediately and the exhibitor notified. Exhibitor must provide any special feed required by exhibit. Water provided during the Fair will be medicated for coccidiosis. The Fair will not accept responsibility for damage or loss of an exhibit. During the judging of the exhibits, the Small Animal Pavilion will be closed to the public and all exhibitors.

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