Stafford County Agricultural & Homemaking Fair
October 18th - 21st

New Location!

9000 Celebrate Virginia Parkway

Stafford 22406

2018 Stafford County Fair

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Fair Schedule

Click below for the Fair Schedule of Events.  Events are getting finalized now.

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Fair opens Thursday 10/18, 5pm-10pm, Friday 10/19 5pm-10pm, Saturday 10/20 12pm-11pm, Sunday 10/21 12pm-9pm.

Motor Sports at the Fair

Borrowed Time Sled Pulling
Shelton Farm Motorsports

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Truck and Tractor Pull, Demolition Derby, Monster Truck Show and Rides and more... Fair Carnival in Stafford Demolition Derby in Stafford

Pageant Information

Miss Stafford County Pageant Schedule
Registration and Information.

Registration and Pageant Schedule


Carnival Ticket Info

Click below for Carnival ride ticket info

It is FREE to Enter the Fairgrounds and FREE to Park at the Fair.

Hours:  Thursday 5pm-10pm, Friday 5pm-11pm, Saturday 12pm-11pm, Sunday 12pm-9pm

Wristbands and Ride Tickets sold at the Fair. ATM  machine is onsite.

Vendor's at the Fair

Vendor registration and Information

Showcase your services and products at the Fair!  Click  below 

for online  registration.

Our Partners

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

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Stafford Christmas Parade

Contact Us

Gordon Shelton

Fair Manager

Email: Storckroad691@aol.com

Phone:  540-840-8992


Fair Hours:  Thursday 10/18 5m-10pm,  Friday 10/19 5pm-11pm, Saturday 10/20 12pm-11pm,  Sunday 10/21 12pm-9pm

Stafford County Agricultural & Homemaking Fair

9000 Celebrate Virginia Parkway, Fredericksburg, VA 22406

Mailing Address: PO BOX 66, Hartwood VA 22471
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Stafford County Fair More Information

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Stafford County Fair Beginnings

 

The first annual Stafford County Club and School Fair was held at Stafford High School on October 21, 1922 for two days conducted by the School Board, and officers of the Fair; W.D Peyton, president; James Ashby, secretary & treasurer; V.B Perry, manager. The first fair also involved a school parade, marching from Stafford High School to the Court House. On October 18, 1929, it was reported that the Agricultural Department, directed by R.L. Reid, Hayden Silver and Grafton Greenlaw, was one of the best exhibits in years. They also held educational and domestic art exhibits inside the school building. The fair was cancelled in 1930 due to drought conditions and revived in the fall of 1931 by combining “Achievement Day” with the County Fair. At that time it was reported that this fair would be the most notable of all county-wide gatherings. “It is designed for all the people and it is estimated that more people meet at it and intermingle in social pleasure than at any other event in the county’s annual history.” The Fair did not operate during WWII, but was revived again in 1948 to be held for many years at the new Falmouth High School. In 1959, it was reported that Mrs. Deichman former manager of the Stafford County fair and other officers of the Stafford County Fair were sought after to renew and organize the “area-wide” Fredericksburg Fair where Mrs. Deichman served as Treasurer.
Over fifty years of history had passed since Stafford held its own fair when Gordon Shelton stepped up to revive the Stafford Fair in the fall of 2010. In keeping with tradition he held the fair in the fall on school grounds. The Fair was held at Mountain View High School for the first few years offering free parking and free admission to a carnival, attractions, vendors, music, animals, car shows, antique tractors, and Fire & Rescue demonstrations. Our fair is a volunteer, non-profit organization that gives back to the Stafford County School Emergency Fund.
The Fair had quickly outgrown the field in front of the school and moved behind the Margaret Brent Elementary School in 2014. At the new location, we were able to add a demolition derby and a tractor pull arena and make room for a temporary homemaking building, tents for the animals, pony shows, music concerts and more exhibits. In 2015 we held our first Miss Stafford County Pageant bringing our queen to the VAF competition.

It is now 2018 and we find ourselves moving to a new location.  We want to thank the Silver Companies for allowing us to build a new fairground site at the Cannon Ridge Golf Course, 9000 Celebrate Virginia Parkway. Conveniently located off of Rte 17 in Stafford County.

Each year we have grown, but from the beginning we are proud to have been able to provide the opportunity for Fire & Rescue teams to demonstrate and receive special training in the Jaws of Life recovery from automobiles. We support the Sheriff’s Department, and Crime Solvers fundraiser’s at the Fair each year. We also hosted the first Stafford County Christmas Parade in 2015 dedicated to Sheriff Charlie Jett and Clerk of the Court Barbara Decatur in support of the Sheriff’s Department, Crime Solvers. We look forward to continuing the tradition each year.

2018 Events

Scheduling coming soon.  Go to our facebook page for daily upates

Stafford County Agricultural & Homemaking Fair



On Stage at the Fair

Music and Entertainment at the Stage

Schedule coming Soon!

If you are interested in performing at the Fair

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