Saginaw County Fair
August 3rd – 7th, 2021
Everything Fair is your place to find all information regarding admission fees, grandstand events, all forms, online registration and the Premium Guide to the Saginaw County Fair.
Saginaw County Fairgrounds is a wonderful economic place to host a wide variety of events. From weddings, horse shows, to music festivals, we have a space to fit any need. Visit our Facilities Info page for more information.
Santa's Village 2020
The 2020 Santa’s Village has been cancelled due the uncertainties that we still face with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stay up to date on all our Jr. Livestock Department news and updates in one place. Attached you will find newsletters and infographics to help make exhibiting at the Saginaw County Fair a success! Junior-Livestock-February-Newsletter-Final-2Download
Businesses, Families, 4H Clubs, FFA Chapters- we need you! Do you and your family, friends, or group want to have some fun planting flowers? We need a few volunteers for our “Adopt-a-Flowerbed Program.” Help beautify the Saginaw County Fairgrounds, create community...
Please join us for a fun weekend of shopping at our annual Weekend in the Country Shopping Festival! Antiques, crafts, horse tack, flea market, garage sales and food all in one place!!! Saturday May 29th and Sunday May 30th from 9am-4pm.Adults $112 & under free...
“Hundreds of thousands of people have enjoyed the Saginaw County Fair since its first agricultural four-day fair in 1914. During its heyday the eight-day fair was the “largest county fair in America, east of the Rockies.” Then, declining attendance almost brought the demise to the downsized four-day fair. But a dedicated corps of volunteers renovated the century-old fair into a renewed Chesaning agricultural exhibition.” Ederer, R.(2013). A Family Fun Affair – Celebrating 100 Saginaw County Fairs, 1914 to 2013
The Saginaw County Fair has been a family tradition for generations, and we are proud to offer a complete historical book celebrating 100 Saginaw County Fairs 1914-2013. For $15, a copy can be yours. Contact the Fair Office for more information.
Board of Directors
Patricia Copes – President
Dean Boivin – 1st Vice President
Beverly Newton – 2nd Vice President
Valerie Newton– Secretary
Gretchen Schulte – Treasurer
Howard V Ebenhoeh
Mary Beth Strouse
Joining the Saginaw County Agricultural Society
Are you interested in becoming a member of the Saginaw County Agricultural Society?
The Saginaw County Agricultural Society (Saginaw County Fair) has been a tradition in the hearts and minds of Saginaw County for generations. Our mission is to unite the greater community in a family-friendly setting to create lifelong memories.
The Society is managed by a 15-member board. Each board member serves a 3-year term in which 5 seats are up for election each year. The election takes place during the Annual Meeting in early November. Those members in Good Standing are allowed to participate in the election.
Our members believe in the value of the Fair and provide support in many ways. We hope that you will join in this worthwhile effort and continue the tradition of the Fair.
$25 initial application fee.
$15 yearly fee thereafter.
To become a member, stop by the Fair Office during office hours and fill out an application.
The Saginaw County Agricultural Society (Saginaw County Fair) unites the greater community in a family-friendly setting to create lifelong memories.
Saginaw Valley Agricultural Association
The Saginaw Valley Agricultural Association (SVAA) is the 501c3 non-profit fundraising arm of the Saginaw County Fair. It is organized by a 10 member board of directors who continually search for grants, donations, and other funding opportunities for improvement and growth of the Saginaw County Fair. For more information or to make a donation, please contact the Fair Office.
Phone: (989) 845-2143
PO Box 449
11350 Peet Road
Chesaning, MI 48616
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.