From pigs to ninja’s, Teton County is now accepting entries for competitions and exhibits in the 2019 Teton County Fair.
A new option for participants this year is access to an online payment and registration system for: Pig Wrestling, JH Ninja Warrior, Figure 8 Races, Open Class Horse Show and Open Class Exhibit Hall.
“We are working to streamline the entry process and make it more accessible to contestants by allowing them to enter and pay online,” said Hadley Adkins, Teton County Fair Administrative Assistant. “This eliminates waiting in line or the need to come to the fair office in person during business hours.”
Interested participants can still bring submission forms and payment to the Teton County Fair Office, located at 305 W. Snow King Avenue.
While entries for all events opened on June 1, each competition has its own deadline.
“It’s important to be aware of the differing deadlines for each event, so if you’re interested in competing in an event, make sure to check the schedule,” Adkins said.
The Teton County Fair is one of Jackson Hole’s most anticipated annual events. It brings all facets of the community together for nights filled with locally and nationally known musicians, rodeo events, fried foods, carnival rides and much more.
The Teton County Fair takes place during the last week of July. For general information on the fair, visit www.tetoncountyfair.com.
To access entry forms, click here
For event deadlines, click here
For Online payment and registration, click here
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