On Saturday and Sunday, August 1 & 2, with only three years to go until the centennial celebration, the Mercer County 4-H Fair will be held at the Howell Living History Farm for the eighth year in a row.
Come down on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. or Sunday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. with free admission and free parking. (A donation of a canned good would be appreciated for the Rutgers Against Hunger).
Directions: or GPS users: For the entrance to the farm, use the address “70 Wooden’s Lane, Lambertville, NJ 08530” rather than the Hunter Road address in order to locate the proper entrance to the farm. To get specific directions to the farm from your location, click here.
Come and see the displays in several categories; animals, arts & crafts, fine arts, clothing & sewing, home décor & linens, needlework & handwork, foods & nutrition, pride of the crop, flowers & houseplants and so many more.
On Sunday, the 4-H Invitational Sheep Show will be held at 10 a.m. with horse and tractor-drawn hay rides will be running continuously, along with other fair-related events. Come and learn more about 4-H youth development, using the learn-by-doing method to enable youth to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills to become competent citizens of the world.
Family and Community Health Sciences (FCHS) helps people stay healthy, enjoy life, be active, and reduce health care costs. So many of today’s health problems; obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer can be brought under control through good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. FCHS encourages today’s busy families and individuals to learn more and make the proper choices to improve their health. FCHS combines research and practical advice to improve your health for a better tomorrow.