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Welcome to the Noble County Fair and Show page! We are here to serve the citizens of Noble County. Throughout the year there are several opportunities to showcase the talents and hard work of our communities.  Some opportunities are provided within the county, other opportunities exist outside the county at the district and state level.  Exhibitions such as these are not the culmination of a project work they have completed and to receive feedback on the quality of their work. 

 

 

Fall Free Fair  

The Noble County Fall Free Fair takes place in conjunction with the 16th Celebration in September, at the Noble County Fairgrounds, in Perry, OK.  Events at the fair include an open horse show, poultry show, rabbit show, youth and open livestock show for cattle, swine, sheep and goats, and 4-H, FFA, OHCE and open division indoor exhibits.  Other fair activities include Farmhand Olympics, livestock judging and tractor operating contest.


 

  

Spring Livestock Show

The Noble County Spring Livestock Show and Exhibition takes place the week of Presidents Day in February each year at the Noble County Fairgrounds in Perry.  Activities at the event include youth livestock show for cattle, swine, sheep and goats.

 

February 19-22, 2024

Schedule will follow what is listed in the Spring Show Livestock book. 

 

See you at the Show!

 

  • Entries for Spring Livestock Show

    Online entries will be available for all exhibits! 2024 Online entries open Jan. 29 and close Feb. 12. Online entries can be submitted on ShoWorks Online Entries.

     

    Our show starts Feb. 19 with swine, Feb. 20 - sheep and goats, Feb. 21 - cattle, and Feb. 22 - premium sale.

     

    We are excited about streamlining this process and providing a safe and efficient entry day for the 2024 Spring Livestock Show.

     

    A computer system will be available at the extension office for anyone who would like assistance with online entries. Please contact the extension office to set up a time to complete online entries or if you have any questions. The online entry system will provide step by step instructions.

     
  • Spring Livestock Show Book
  • Noble County Exhibitor Book 

    This book gives a little information about our youth livestock exhibitors, designating the organization they represent, what species they show and their parents and grandparents.

      

    We are proud of each and everyone of our FFA and 4-H youth.

     

    Noble County exhibitor Book to be posted by mid January

     
  • Lamb Lead Entries

    The objective of the Lamb Lead and Fashion Review is for the youth to promote the use of wool and sheep products by selecting wool garments and speaking on the usefulness and attractiveness of the garments and to improve the image of the sheep show.

     

    February 20th, 2024

     
  • CAP Awards

    C.A.P. stands for Character - Attitude - Pride.

     

    This is prestigious award is open to 4-H and FFA members in 9th-12th grades enrolled in Billings, Frontier, Morrison or Perry schools.  The award is a testament to how well the individual handles themselves, activities and presents themselves to others in their community and elsewhere.

     

    The CAP award entries are due to the Show Office by 5pm on the first day of the Noble County Spring Livestock Show.

     

     
  • Judges
    • Swine - TBD

    • Ag Mechanic - TBD

    • Lamb Lead - TBD

    • Sheep - TBD

    • Goats- TBD

      Cattle - TBD

     

  • Premium Sale

    Thank you for your support of the 4-H and FFA exhibitors in the Noble County Spring Livestock Show.  During the premium sale, exhibitors are rewarded for their hard work.  You are not just supporting the local stock show, you are supporting the personal growth and development of each of the exhibitors here and making an impact on the future leaders they will become.

  • Add-on Sheets for the Premium Sale
  • Concession Stand

    The Spring Livestock Show will be operated by the Noble County 4-H Parent-Volunteer Association (PVA). This is the yearly fundraiser for the PVA in order to sponsor 4-H'ers with out-of-state trips, camps and 4-H Roundup.

     

    At this time, hours will be:

    • Monday: 11am - 8pm/End of Show
    • Tuesday: 11am - 8pm/End of Show
    • Wednesday: 11am - 8pm/End of Show
    • Thursday: 8am - 8pm/End of Sale

 

Noble County Fairgrounds Rentals

Noble County fairgrounds buildings are available for rent for special events or shows. Multiple options are available. Contact Fairgrounds Supervisor, Joe Williams, at 580-370-0817 for available dates and rental pricing.

 

 

Members of the Noble County Fair Board

   
President Terry Harmon
Vice President Jeanie Ivy
Treasurer Mary Deken
Secretary Jerry Cottom
Additional Members

Travis Potter

Madison Bolay

Jodi Paul

Arleta Pulliam

Cody Sullins

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