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Welcome to the online home of the Association of Connecticut Fairs.  this website is intended to be a source of information for both the general public and our member fairs. Please do not hesitate to email us with any questions or comments you may have.

2011 Contest Info Available

The 2011 Baking Contest and 2011 Quilt Contest Information is now available!  See our Contests page for more information.  The Photo Contest will be posted shortly.


 

2011 Season Passes   -  SOLD OUT

The 2011 Association of Connecticut Fairs Reduced Rate Ticket (Season Passes) are on sale now.  Only a limited number are avilable, so get yours now!  Each $75 ticket admits two adults to any member fair in Connecticut.  Thats 40+ Fairs for a single admission price!

Click here for an order form.

 


 

ACF August Directors' Meeting     Monday, August 8, 2011

The Association of Connecticut Fairs August Directors' Business Meeting will be held Monday August 8, 2011 at Northeast Utilities, Berlin, CT.  Committees meet @ 6:00pm.   Directors' Mtg. @ 7:00pm.

 

2011 ACF Fall Convention & Annual Meeting   Mark your calendars!
The Association of Connecticut Fairs Fall Convention & Annual Meeting will be held
November 19, 2011 at The Lyceum, Terryville, CT 


 

2011 Association of Connecticut Fairs Scholarships
Each year the Association of Connecticut Fairs awards two scholarships in the amount of $1000.00 each to a graduating high school senior or current college student to assist them with continuing their education at an accredited institution of higher learning. 
These scholarships are awarded as follows:

  • One $1000.00 scholarship to a graduating senior or current college student who will be pursuing a course of study in agriculture, home economics or a related field during the next school year.

  • One $1000.00 scholarship to a graduating senior or current college student who will be pursuing a course of in any field during the next school year.

Click here for Updated Instructions        Click here for Scholarship Application

 


Service Animals vs Companion Animals
Over the past few fair seasons some of our member fairs have had issues with fairgoers wishing to bring pets into a fair claiming they are a "service animal".

The ADA defines a service animal as "any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability".  Pets that are companions are not considered service animals and therefore can be denied access to any fair who has a policy against pets.

Click here for more information from the Connecticut Attorney General's Office regarding service animals.
 
New USDA Regulations Regarding use of 4-H Logo
The USDA has issed new regulations regarding the use of the 4-H emblem and logo.  Anyone wishing to use the emblem or logo must first obtain permission from the state 4-H office.  County offices are not authorized to give the necessary permission.  The state 4-H office has said they will grant permission to any of our member fairs who request it but the permission must be requested and granted before the emblem and logo are used.  You must contact the state 4-H office at UConn either by email at
CT4H@uconn.edu  or by mail to Nancy Wilhelm, Program Coordinator, State 4-H Office, University of Connecticut, 13767 Storrs Road, Stors, CT 06269-4134.
 
Associate Member Info
Would you like to become an Association of Connecticut Fairs Associate Member?  Associate members receive a discount on trade show space at our spring and fall meetings as well as being listed on our website.  Annual membership is only $50.00.  Please email us at
info@ctfairs.org for more information.

   
 
 
   
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