Creative Arts entry forms for the 2021 Wharton County Youth Fair must be submitted by Monday, Feb. 11 the WCYF office. You are asked to bring your completed entry form, along with the correct entry fee. The entry form must be signed by the exhibitor, a parent and an FFA/4-H leader.

Exhibitors trying for highpoint are required to turn in a W-9. All exhibitors must turn in a release of liability form. All paperwork can be found on the WCYF web site under the exhibitor tab.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there are some changes to this year’s Creative Arts show. This will be a student-only show, no adults will be allowed to enter. The creative arts executive committee has also eliminated the following categories: baked products, candles and horticulture. Articles will not be displayed this year. Check in and check out will be handled differently and exhibitors will be notified as to the new process. To quality for high point, junior and intermediate exhibitors must only enter 40 articles and senior exhibitors only 50 articles.

Visit the website for a complete list of rules and other important dates for the 2021 Wharton County Youth Fair at www.whartoncountyyouthfair.org.

Any kindergarten or pre-school teacher or child care provider can also submit entries from their students. Complete rules and entry form are available on the website on the exhibitors page. There is no charge for entries in this division. Entry forms are due in fair office by Feb. 11 by 4 p.m.

If you have any questions you can call the fair office at 979-677-3350.

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