FAIRS feature AGRICULTURE!
NO PETS PLEASE!
July 8th thru the 13th, the Mason-Dixon Fair welcomes you to our 20st annual exhibition and extends to our exhibitors, patrons, fair officials, and visitors our appreciation for their support in making this exhibition possible.
We are hoping that we have as much support and patronage as we did in our first year as a Fair. The Fair Directors and Fair Department Committee Personnel comprise a unique blend of farmers, business persons and public spirited individuals who value service above personal gain. Many of them take time from their regular occupations to spend long days working for or at the Fair. The six day event provides friendly competition among neighbors and a wholesome, educational atmosphere for all ages. Farmers and small gardeners can compare their produce at one central location. Children can learn to appreciate quality food products and farm animals. Our youth program is especially designed to encourage both boys and girls to exhibit in all categories of baking, canning, cooking, needlework, vegetables, plants, and animals.
We hope you plan on attending this year's event and thank you for your support in advance.
NEW or CHANGED for 2019 FAIR
Youth Rodeo Events on Sunday and Tuesday evening.
Sheep have added a Young Flock class for all breeds and Cheviots as a recognized breed division.
Beef Cattle have added a Red Angus breed division.
Dairy Beef Cattle have an added an Open division as well as the Youth under 19 (not required to be 4-H/FFA project).
Fair Booklet, Registration,
Entry Forms & General Information
Vendors and Fair Participants
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Download the 2018 Fair Book!
Find your way to the Fair...
Traveling from Maryland
From Bel Air take Route 1 North turn left onto Route 543 North. Right onto 165 North. Approximately 3 miles on left at Maryland/Pennsylvania line. From Churchville take Route 22 to Route 136 North and right onto 165 North. Approximately 3 miles on left at Maryland/Pennsylvania line.
Traveling from Pennsylvania
From York take Route 74 South or I 83 South to exit 4 (Shrewsbury). Route 851 East and right onto Route 74.