UPCOMING EVENTS
  1. Saturday, April 29, 2017 8am-5pm
    Dog Program Scrapbook Fundraiser
    The Dog program is having a Scrapbook Fundraiser to benefit the New Dog Barn.There will Silent Auction, 50/50 raffle, and breakfast and lunch are included as well as beverages and snacks served all day. Price is $30.00 Date is: Saturday, April 29, 2017 At: First United Methodist Church from 8am - 5pm 1500N Water Street Owosso, MI 48867 To register Contact Linda Vanderkarr at (989)-277-3921 Checks payable to: Shiawassee County Dog Barn and Mailed to: Linda VanderKarr 7692 Badger Ct Owosso MI, 48867
  2. April 20-21, 2017
    Shiawassee Conservation District Tree Sale
    If you ordered a Tree from the Shiawassee Conservation District its time to come pick them up. Trees will be available for pick this Thursday and Friday April 20th and 221st. Hours available for Pick up: Thursday: 9am - 7pm Friday: 9am- 4pm Location: Draft Horse Barn 2900 E Hibbard Rd Corunna Mi, 48817
  3. Saturday, April 22, 2017 2:00 pm
    2017 Fair Queen Pageant
    The Fair Queen Pageant will be held this Saturday at 2:00pm in the Community Room at the Fairgrounds. Public is Welcome and invited to attend. Good Luck to all our contestants.

Office Hours

​Summer Hours 
Monday - Friday  9-5

​Tel:   989-743-3611

​Fax:  989-743-6160

​Email: shiacofair@gmail.com

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​Thank You again we look forward to seeing everyone this year at the
2017 Shiawassee County Fair!
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Shiawassee County Agricultural Society mission is to provide the best county fair possible for all residents of Shiawassee County.  This primary focus will serve as a showcase of the talents of the youth of the community by providing a means of education, exhibits. fun, and competition of various livestock and non-livestock projects in which the youth are involved.  The Shiawassee County Fair will highlight the heritage of the community and its ties to agricultural and business that are the backbone of the community. The Society shall also host and promote non-fair events that will aid in the sustaining of the society, while keeping in focus the overall mission of the society.