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So what’s your collection story? |

So what’s your collection story?

So how do you get more than 50 chickens into a 4-by-2-by-2-foot glass display case? If you visited the Home Economics Building during the Pierce County Fair last year, you probably saw how the Geraets family displayed Susan’s collection of chicken items or a Fiesta collection (ceramic glazed dinnerware) owned by Marilyn Galoff. Fair Manager Ann Webb is looking for up to four other people this year to display their collections as well.

With the purchase of some new display cases by the fair, we are offering this unique opportunity to display your collection. Maybe you collect salt and pepper shakers, “smiley faces,” paperweights, bottle caps, bars of soap, or your favorite animal (pigs, chickens, etc.). Whatever your collection may be, check out the rules below and submit your entry for consideration. You will be notified by July 31 if your collection has been selected to be displayed at the 2017 Pierce County Fair. Along with your entry, you will need to tell your story as to how this collection started. Did it start as a hobby or from something from your childhood? Or is it a collection from different places you have traveled?


So let’s hear your story and see your collection. Follow these simple rules and you may have your collection on display at this year’s Pierce County Fair.

• Complete a form from the fair website about your collection along with a photo or get a form by calling the fair office.

• Any collection or display that is of general interest and worthy or recommendation to others and not maintained for financial gain may be entered.

• No selling or soliciting of any kind is allowed by exhibitor.

• No suggestive materials will be accepted, nor will any derogatory statements or signs.

• The fair reserves the right to accept or reject any collection for any reason or remove any material from any exhibit that might be objectionable.

• No live materials (e.g. plants) are allowed.

• For security reasons, we suggest no personal photos.

• Metal containers in a collection display must not contain liquid.

• No hazardous materials of any kind.

• Only one collection per household.

• Collection must be completely contained within the 4-by-2-by-2-foot display case provided.

• You must be able to come set up your display no later than noon Wednesday, Aug. 9, and must return at 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 13, to take it down.

• See complete rules and regulations under the fair website or by calling the fair office at 715-273-6874.

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