Dearborn Co. 4-H Fair On Hold; No Plans To Cancel The Event

The 4-H Board of Directors is gathering information and considering their options.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – There is still some uncertainty about popular summer events in Eagle Country.

The Dearborn County 4-H Fair is one of those popular events.

As of now, the 4-H Board of Directors and 4-H Educator/County Extension Director Liz Beiersdorfer are currently gathering information needed to make a decision about how to best proceed, since large gatherings will not be possible in June.

“There are currently no plans to cancel the event,” added Beiersdorfer.

However, the annual fair will not take place the week of June 22 as previously planned.

Several options are being considered at this time and families will be updated as soon as things are put into place.

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