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  • 2017 Jackson County 4-H Fair

    Located at the Fairgrounds in scenic Brownstown, Indiana, the Jackson County fair provides ample parking for all and admission to the fair is FREE. Join us for fun packed days of entertainment for the whole family — featuring agriculture, food, rides, stock car racing, shows and much more!

    Jackson County Fair Attractions

    Jackson County Fair attracts approximately 100,000 people every year.  We hope to see you this year!

    There’s something for everyone to enjoy at the fair:

    • The midway is one of the main attractions of the fair. It attracts people of all ages to enjoy rides, concessions, games and more.
    • Many enjoy coming to the fair just to see the large selection of tractors and farm equipment on display. It seems the young ones especially love being farmers.
    • There are many buildings of interest and exhibits to browse through during your time at the Jackson County Fair.
    • The animal shows and auctions in the Show Barn and the Pavilion provides for many entertaining events and the hard work of the 4-H shines bright.
    • There are great places to eat and socialize with others at the Jackson County Fair. “Lawn Chair Observers Row” is tradition at the fair with many bringing chairs to be spectators and visit with friends.
    • FFA’s “Young McDonald’s Farm” is a favorite of fair goers. With everything from puppies, kittens and baby ducks to displays of awards and contests, the Future Farmer’s of America have something for everyone to enjoy.

              For more information visit:   www.jacksoncountyfair.org

  • Jackson County United Way

    • Human Resource Services
    • Youth Programs
    • Social Services
    • Community/Not-for-Profit
    113 N. Chestnut St.
    Suite 301
    Seymour, IN 47274
    (812) 522-5450
    (812) 524-8176 (fax)
    Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm
    • About

      Jackson County United Way assesses needs, secures resources, and strategically invests those resources to create lasting change in the areas of education, health and financial stability for all people in Jackson County. Jackson County United Way is known for its? strong volunteer engagement programs like Day of Caring, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), and Stuff the Bus-Rock?n Ready; as well as, its? strong financial support of 20 non-profit health & human service organizations focused on children, seniors, and other at-risk populations.