Fair Week Camping Sold Out
Camping for Fair Week is SOLD OUT! If you need camping for the fair the village campground in Showboat Park is available just a mile away. Reservations can be made online, or by calling the village office at 845-3800.
New T-Shirts in
We have new T-shirts available at the Fair office. they are only $8 and $10.
Regular T-shirts sizes M-XL $8 2X-5X $10. Baseball T-shirts M-2XL $10.
2017 Premium Guide
The 2017 Premium Guide is now available online. Printed copies are available in the office and the Chesaning and St Charles libraries.
New Golf Cart Rules
For the 2017 Fair only those with a medical need (handicapped) will be allowed to golf carts on the fairgrounds. You must apply for a cart permit and be approved to do so. You can apply by filling out and returning the form below.
Livestock Affidavits Due
The Fair is getting closer and livestock affidavits are Due May 10th. Affidavit forms are available below.
2017 Fair Schedule Set
The Schedule of Grandstand acts is set for the 2017 Saginaw County Fair
Tuesday August 1st - Donkey Races
Wednesday August 2nd - Demo Derby
Thursday August 3rd - Outlaw Motocross
Friday August 4th - Gas Guzzy Monster Truck Thrill Show
Saturday August 5th - Broken Horn Rodeo
Photos by Josie Norris
Mission Statement Survey
We need your help. We are conducting a survey to helps us write a new mission statement for the Saginaw County Agricultural Society. Just click the link below and give us your input on what the SCAS is to you.
The Gypsy Flea Tack Sale returns to the fairgrounds again this year on March 4th from 10am-4pm. Last years sale was a great success with a great turn out.
If your interested in being a vendor leave a message for
Patti Copes at the fair office 989 845-2143
The Saginaw County Fair is honored to announce that they will be sponsoring the State of Michigan Homemaker competition in 2016 and 2017 during the county fair. Plans are being made to make this an event not to be missed!
Eligible candidates are those who won a county homemaker title last year at their county fair. Contestants will be asked to provide a tri-fold board that will give the judges a clear view of where they come from and what is so awesome about their county. Contestants will also go through an interview process where they will be asked questions regarding different areas of their life, such as community involvement, interests and what their definition of a homemaker is and how they would represent the state of Michigan with a state homemaker title. The Saginaw County Fair is very excited to be a part of a historical award that has been bestowed on so many wonderful participants in the state, originally at the Michigan State Fair and currently organized by different fairs all over the state of Michigan.