Escape Challenge comes to the Dearborn County 4-H Fair

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Multiple dates from Monday, June 17th to Thursday, June 20th

Event Summary

Have you experienced an Escape Room? The Dearborn County Jr Leaders participated in an Escape Room experience last summer and fell in love with the challenge and the competition.

Price: Freewill donation

4-H volunteer Criss Green and her daughters, Emma and Lilly, worked to create an escape challenge to be shared with 4-H fair patrons this summer. 

Escape Room lovers need to check out the Dearborn County 4-H Jr Leader Escape Challenge offered during the 2019 4-H Fair, June 17-22.  Challenges use locked ammo boxes, containing essential clues needed to solve the mystery.  You have to use your wits to best the game and solve the mystery before another team beats you to it!  The Escape Challenge will be offered June 17-June 20, 6-8 pm, at the Jr Leaders stand near the livestock building.

If you have questions, contact Liz Beiersdorfer at or call 812-926-1189.


Dearborn County Fairgrounds
351 E Eads Pkwy

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