Somerset County 4-H Fair celebrates 75th anniversary

4-H Fair celebrates 75th anniversary

The Somerset County 4-H Fair was held at North Branch Park in Bridgewater this summer. The event is held to support the county’s 4-H members. Attendance and parking were free. The 4-H Fair’s 75th anniversary was celebrated with entertainment, games, crafts, animals and more. 

The 4-H Association offered 8 demonstrations including button making, butter making with 4-H master chefs, and NamastHay a mini-mindfulness session and hay bay yoga.

The Somerset County tent offered information about services, a chance to enter drawings and play fun games. There were also presentations, including: “Storytime” by the Somerset County Library System, K9 unit demonstrations, “Meet Betsy the Therapy Dog,” and “Make a George Washington Spyglass,” with Somerset County Cultural & Heritage. Our theme this year is Somerset: Healthy & Strong.

About the 4-H Association
4-H is the largest nationwide youth development organization in America, offering resources to youth through engaging clubs & activities, volunteer opportunities, and informative workshops to create compassionate, responsible, and skilled citizens in the community and beyond. Follow Somerset County 4-H on Facebook.

About Somerset County’s 4-H Fairgrounds & Parkland
Somerset County encompass 305 square miles, contains diverse landscapes, population, and development that reflects the varied lifestyles of its estimated 345,367 residents. The county’s 14,922.96 acres of parkland include the County Fairgrounds, which hosts the annual Somerset County 4-H Fair as well as golf courses, picnic areas, hiking and bicycling trails, stables, a swimming pool, and an Environmental Education Center.  To stay up-to-date with Somerset County events and information, sign up for free email alerts at or follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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