Ozaukee County Fair Contests

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Meet our 2018 Fairest of the Fair, Sharla Boehlke!

Sharla Boehlke, from Random Lake, is 19 years old and a sophomore at UW-Madison studying Dietetics. She works in the State 4-H office as a Wisconsin 4-H International Program Assistant.

She is an 11-year member of Little Kohler 4-H Club. Her projects have ranged from ceramics to leathercraft. She has participated in the volleyball and softball tournaments, summer camp, Variety Show, State Drama Company, Youth Conference and more. At the Fair, she loves participating in auctioneering, photography, and foods & nutrition, and showing her steers. (Shar has shown beef for 12 years and pigs for 10.)

Last summer, she spent four weeks in Norway on a 4-H exchange. This summer, she hosted her Norwegian host sister and a Japanese chaperone through the Inbound Program.

During the summers, Sharla works on her family farm, hangs out with friends, and gets ready for the county and state fairs. Friends and family would describe her as a fun-loving girl who loves life and knows how to make people smile.

Sharla enjoys public speaking and is excited to grow through this experience as 2018 Ozaukee County Fairest of the Fair.

Fairest of the Fair Contest

In August of 2018, the Ozaukee County Fair will hold its annual Fairest of the Fair contest.

 

Fairest of the Fair applicants must:

  • Reside in Ozaukee County or be a Wisconsin resident with a strong connection to the Ozaukee County Fair.
  • Be 18 years old as of July 1, 2018.
  • Be available to represent the county at the State Fairest of the Fairs competition in January 2020.

The Ozaukee County Agricultural Society will award scholarships of $500, $150, and $100 to the top three candidates. Plus, the Fairest is eligible for a $750 award based on completion of duties and participation in the State competition.

Want to learn more? We’re not accepting applications yet for 2018, but you can review last year’s information by clicking Interested in Applying for the Fairest of the Fair or view last year’s applications with the download links to the right.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS May 1, 2018.

SCHOLARSHIP

Fairest of the Fair Scholarship

In 2011, the Ozaukee County Fair Board established an Educational Scholarship Fund for the Fairest of the Fair. Every year since, we have presented scholarships to the top three candidates in the competition.

We are continuing our efforts to encourage young people in Ozaukee County to participate in the program. Please consider donating to the Scholarship Fund or the program. We will recognize your contributions in the Fairest of the Fair event program (Saturday, August 4, 2018) and on this website. Please click on the links below for more information.

Fairest of the Fair Scholarship Fund Donors

Fairest of the Fair Program Donations

Donate to the Fairest of the Fair Program

Junior Fairest of the Fair Contest

The Junior Fairest will participate with the Fairest at selected events during the County Fair and throughout the County.

The competition is open to both boys and girls. Applicants for the Junior Fairest of the Fair must:

  • Be no younger than 11 and no older than 13 as of January 1, 2018.
  • Complete two essays in 300 words or less
  • Meet with the judges on Saturday, August 4, and participate in the competition at 4:00pm.

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MAY 1, 2018.  A parent must attend the County events with the Junior Fairest.

Download Application

Future Fairest of the Fair Contest

Future Fairests participate in an event with the Fairest and Junior Fairest on August 4, and then are introduced on stage during the Fairest of the Fair competition.

  • Boys and girls are welcome to apply.  
  • The applicants must be 6 years old, and no older than 10, as of January 1, 2018.  
  • This event is limited to 8 contestants.  
  • A parent must attend the events with the Future Fairest.

Applications due May 1, 2018.

Download Application

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2018 FUTURE FAIREST
Demolition Derbies

Demolition Derby Rules and Applications

PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR 2018 INFORMATION IN SPRING OF 2018!

 

LOCATION: OZAUKEE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, CEDARBURG

FRIDAY: DEMO STARTS AT 6PM (CHECK IN VEHICLE AT 2PM INFIELD)

SATURDAY:  DEMO STARTS AT 6PM (CHECK IN VEHICLE AT 2PM INFIELD)

2017 Rules and Regulations

2017 Demo Forms and Applications

2017 Payouts by Class

For more information, contact Jim Pipkorn at 262-305-6824.

Truck and Tractor Pulls

PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR 2018 INFORMATION IN SPRING OF 2018!

LOCATION: OZAUKEE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, CEDARBURG

2017 Classes and Payouts

2017 Rules and Regulations

Questions please contact Anna Thomas at 262-210-2920

Please contact Anna Thomas for entry information.

Anna Thomas
1-262-210-2920
athomas3183@yahoo.com

Grand Motor Crash, Inc. and Midwest Truck & Tractor Pullers Association are independent contractors, and the Ozaukee County Agricultural Society d/b/a the Ozaukee County Fair is not liable for any acts or omissions by such entities nor is responsible for the performance of their events, payouts, awards or other results related to their events.

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Power Wheels Demolition Derby Rules and Applications

PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR 2018 INFORMATION IN SPRING OF 2018!

LOCATION: OZAUKEE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, CEDARBURG

AT INTERMISSION DURING THE ALL STAR MONSTER TRUCK SHOW

Compete like the big guys in this rough and tumble – but adorable – Power Wheels version of the demolition derbies! This event took place at intermission of the All Star Monster Truck Show on Sunday, August 6, 2017.  Power Wheel demos are split into two age groups – 4 to 7 year olds and 8 to 11 year olds.  In each heat, balloons are attached to the front and rear of the vehicle. The last child with at least one balloon remaining wins each heat. Pre-registration is required – click here for rules and registration.