The Dodge County Fair Association is a State of Wisconsin Corporation formed for the purpose of operating a fairgrounds, which is presently located four (4) miles east of the city of Beaver Dam on State Highway 33 on 40 acres of land, which the Corporation owns.
The Corporation was established by a group of interested persons who sold shares of stock for $10.00 each. This stock has no par value, only voting rights. This is a non-profit organization. Stock is still available for $10.00 and gives the holder the opportunity to participate in the annual stockholders meeting.
The Association elects 9 people to a Board of Directors whose job it is to conduct the business of the Fair Association. The Board of Directors consists of a President, Vice President, Secretary & Treasurer and 5 additional members. The main purpose of this Board is to organize and conduct a County Fair. Additional jobs include conducting and organizing any other business that may occur on the fairgrounds.
Entries for the dairy products division are judged prior to the fair at Rechek’s Food Pride in Beaver Dam, WI by a representative from the Department of Grading and Inspection Service. Continue reading →
Family friendly entertainment as low as $5.40 per day with the purchase of a season pass. The annual music festival and county fair entertains over 52,000 fans a year and is the largest outdoor event in the area. Continue reading →
Whether your like to wow your family with decorative cakes or you prefer to make your guests cry over canned salsa so good the flavor lingers for days, there’s a category for everything. Continue reading →
Fair goers can mosey under the grandstand during the fair and discover the world of Dodge County’s open-class flowers division. Spectacular exhibits range from bouquets of one variety and potted plants to artistic arrangements and themed compositions. Continue reading →
Beekeeping is a popular hobby in the Dodge and Jefferson-county area for the fellowship and education it provides. The honey open-class division presents beekeepers with the opportunity to exhibit the fruits of their trade in competition. Continue reading →
Dust off your brushes, sharpen your cutting blades, and replenish your paint selection, because the open-class cultural-arts division is calling all exhibitors with an artistic flair. Continue reading →