Visitors and Participants Will Notice Modifications to Protect Public Health
The Hardin County Fair is on schedule for September 8th-13th, 2020. The health and safety of the community is and always will be the highest priority in producing the annual fair. In the interest of public health, the fair is working to implement a series of modifications to make the fair safer for all involved. Those modifications will be announced as soon as they are finalized.
“We listened to our community stakeholders through our survey,” said Corey Ledley, Hardin County Fair Board President. “The results were overwhelming. We are thankful that our fair has such strong support from the community and that the current state restrictions were relaxed enough for us to hold a fair.”
Fair organizers are cautiously optimistic and will continue to watch for any new developments around COVID-19 that would impact the fair operation, and make modifications accordingly.
“The Hardin County Fair exists to strengthen Hardin County and bring people together,” said Ledley. “We are dedicated to being part of our collective well-being and look forward to our annual event treasured by so many in our community.”