​9 a.m.  to 5 p.m.




Online Entry 

Exhibitor's Guide




​​In order for our online registration to correspond with our paper registration:
  • ​Barn Fee has been changed to Pen/Stall fee
  • Pen/Stall fee is  per head (So if you bring 2 swine, QTY: 2 @ $ 4.00 per head =  $ 8.00)    
  • ​Number of Pen/Stall fees checked should match the number of animals you are entering

Exhibitor's Guides have been mailed out to previous Exhibitors.

Exhibitor's Guides are available at the Fair Office, local Libraries, and some businesses throughout Shiawassee County.

​Late entries will be as follows:

June 25 & 26 - additional $50
June 27 & 28 - additional $75
June 29 at 4 pm -  additional $100
No entries accepted after this date.

Any questions or concerns please feel free to contact the Fair Office : 989-743-3611​​

Introducing our 2018 Shiawassee County Fair Queen: 
Avianna Jackson 
and Fair Queen's Attendant: 
Savannah Taylor 
​We would like to thank all the girls that participated in the pageant this year! 

Avianna Jackson is a 17 year old Senior attending Corunna Public Schools. Her parents are Rick Jackson and Amy Zdunic Jackson and resides in Durand. Avianna has exhibited at the fair for 10 years now with projects in horses, beef, and poultry. Avianna sits on the Fairboard as a Junior Advisor. She is an active 4-H member and Corunna FFA member. She participates in Varsity Swim Team, High School Marching band, Symphonic Band, and Corunna Equestrian Team. 
Her future plans are to attend LLC for 2 years then transfer to MSU to major in animal science in hopes to one day becoming a large animal veterinarian. Her sponsors were Harvest Mills, INC and Zdunic and Sons Trucking. 

Savannah Taylor is a 18 year old Senior attending New Lothrop Public Schools. Her parents are Doug and Jannelle Taylor and resides in New Lothrop. Savannah has exhibited at the fair for 9 years now with horses. Savannah is active in National Honor Society, 4-H, FFA, Student council, Proud Equestrians Program and track. Savannah's future plans are to complete the 5th year program at LCC and transfer to MSU for veterianarian science. She would like to master as a vet surgeon and some day own a clinic for all animals.  Her sponsor was The Wire Horse. 

Fair Queen's Attendant: Savannah Taylor    Fair Queen: Avianna Jackson 

2018 SCAS Scholarship

Download the application today located under the Youth tab!

Office Hours

​​ ​Office Hours  ​​
Monday - Friday  9-5

​Tel:   989-743-3611

​Fax:  989-743-6160

​Email: shiacofair@gmail.com
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.