Welcome To The Northeast Florida Fair!
Latest News & Updates:
• The livestock entry form deadline is September 1, 2015. No faxed or e-mails will be allowed. Please make sure your forms are postmarked by September 1, 2015.
• The mandatory market exhibitor meeting will be August 22, 2015, at 10 AM. This meeting will be held at the Multi-Purpose building at the fairgrounds and is required for all market animal exhibitors and their parent/guardian.
• The deadline for preschool field trips to the fair is October 1, 2015. For more information please contact Shelly at the fair office by calling (904) 879-4682.
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About The Northeast Florida Fair:
The Northeast Florida Fair is an annual educational,
entertaining, and agricultural related event which includes:
Beef Cattle • Dairy Cattle • Poultry • Rabbits • Hogs • Horses • Sheep • Goats • Farm Products
Horticulture • 4-H & FFA Youth • Home Economics • Arts & Crafts • School Exhibits • Midway
Entertainment For Everyone • Rodeo • Petting Zoo • Beauty Pageant • Judging Contests
Talent Show • Livestock Shows • Table Setting Contest • Games • Food • Much More!
The Northeast Florida Fair Association is a non-profit, membership driven organization dedicated to promoting agriculture in Nassau County. To become a member, call (904) 879-4682 for more information.
The Trustees of the NEFFA welcome you to the fair!
Our theme this year is “Blue Jeans & Country Dreams.” I hope to see a lot of blue jeans and the cowboy boots from the 2013 fair on the fairgrounds this year. And, most of us have those country dreams of our country roots.
Experience has shown you enjoy and respect our past experiences in rural Nassau County. The hatching eggs and exhibit of the Historical Society in the Multi-Purpose Building were popular with fair visitors last year. We plan to expand on those types of exhibits this year. The typical farm animals – chickens, rabbits, goats, sheep, cows, and pigs are always crowd pleasing reminders of when most folks had animals in the backyard. The shows and contests for the animals are in this book and visitors are welcome.
The produce exhibits in the Women’s Building encourage green thumbs to plant a garden. The Women’s Building has exhibits of jams & jellies, baking, canning and handiwork. And, the school booths are amazing – so much imagination. Come see what your area school has done with the theme, “Blue Jeans & Country Dreams” with plastic cups and cotton balls.
We continue to add to the Old Time Village. We have a new shed and plan on agricultural demonstrations and entertainment during the fair. And, our fair would not be complete without the entertainment. Plan to eat with friends under the tent and keep time with the musicians and entertainers.
We Trustees have contagious excitement for our fair and hope you catch it!
From my “Country Roots”,