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1 2017 Tentative Schedule of Events Pre-Fair August 9-23 Day 1 Thursday August 24 Day 2 Friday August 25 Day 3 Saturday August 26 Day 4 Sunday August 27 Day 5 Monday August 28 Day 6 Tuesday August 29 Day 7 Wednesday August 30 Day 8 Thursday August 31 Day 9 Friday September 1 Day 10 Saturday September 2 Day 11 Sunday September 3 Day 12 Monday September 4 Post-Fair September Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. University of Minnesota Extension is an equal opportunity educator and employer. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this material is available in alternative formats upon request.

2 PRE-FAIR Wednesday, August 9 9:00 AM 4-H staff moves from the Center for Youth Development to the at the State Fair St. Paul Campus to State Fair Monday, August 14 10:00 AM State Fair Livestock Show Committee Meeting Thursday, August 17 8:30-Noon Session 1 of Final Registration - enter county exhibits 12:30 PM Arts In Open House and Performance 1:00-6:00 Session 2 of Final Registration - enter county exhibits Friday, August 18 8:30-Noon Session 3 of Final Registration - enter county exhibits 1:00-3:00 Session 4 of Final Registration - enter county exhibits Monday, August 21 8:30-Noon Session 5 of Final Registration - enter county exhibits 1:00-3:00 Session 6 of Final Registration - enter county exhibits Tuesday, August 22 7:30-11:30 Session 7 of Final Registration - enter county exhibits 6:30 PM General Livestock Contest ~ coaches meeting Haecker Hall Rm 205

3 Wednesday, August 23 AM 5:00 5:45-6:30 Barns ready for Livestock - NO ANIMALS OR EQUIPMENT ALLOWED ON GROUNDS BEFORE 5 AM General Livestock Judging Contest ~ breakfast 6:30 General Livestock Judging Contest ~ orientation/check-in/pictures (If 4-Hers are staying overnight in the 4-H, a bus will take them to St. Paul Campus.) Ruttan Hall - St. Paul Campus 8:00 General Livestock Contest begins St. Paul Campus 8:00 AM 7:00 PM 8:00 AM 8:00 PM 8:00 AM 8:00 PM 9:00 AM 7:00 PM PM 12:00 NOON 1:00-7:00 1:00-7:00 Science of Animal Education Exhibit Judging time sign up Poultry ~ Check In Rabbit ~ Rabbit Verification & Health Check, Market Rabbit Weigh-In Livestock Interviews, start on the hour, allow up to 2 hours for process (BEEF - DAIRY GOAT MEAT GOAT POULTRY RABBIT SHEEP SWINE) Beef ~ register chutes & tie-outs Beef ~ Market Beef Weigh-In (All Market Beef & Prospect Calves) Beef ~ Breeding Beef Verification (All Breeding Heifers & Cow/Calf exhibits MUST BE verified at this time) 4-H Livestock Office Cattle Barn St. Paul Campus Beef Office Tent Tent 1:00 Sheep ~ Lamb Lead Interview Sign-Up Begins Swine Barn Office 2:00-8:00 Dairy ~Verification TBA 3:00 General Livestock Judging Contest ~ Official Reasons 4:00-7:00 Beef ~ Dairy Steer Weigh-In Tent 5:00 General Livestock Judging Contest ~ Awards Ceremony St. Paul Campus 5:00 Dairy Goat ~ Exhibitor meeting Swine Barn (East Arena) 5:00 Meat Goat ~ Exhibitor meeting Swine Barn (East Arena) 5:00-6:00 Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture - Large Animal Exhibitor Workshop (Beef, Dairy, Sheep, Swine) Compeer Financial Arena

4 7:00-8:00 Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture - Small Animal Exhibitor Workshop (Rabbit, Poultry, Goat) 7:00 ALL LIVESTOCK IN PLACE 7:30 Rabbit Judging Contest ~ Team Registration Deadline Compeer Financial Arena 8:00 Sheep ~ Exhibitor meeting Swine Barn Arena 8:00 Rabbit ~ Orientation & New Exhibitor meeting Open Class Sheep Arena 9:00 County Staff & Volunteer Orientation- Barns South Cattle Barn Dorms 10:00 10:00 10:45 County Staff & Volunteer Orientation- 4-H County Staff & Volunteer Orientation- Bailey Hall County Staff & Volunteer Orientation- Territorial Hall (2 nd Floor/Erickson Hall Stage) Bailey Hall (main lounge) Territorial Hall (Classroom Lounge)

5 THURSDAY, AUGUST 24 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Meal Times Cattle Barn Breakfast 7:00 am 8:30 am 7:00 am 8:30 am Lunch Noon 1:30 pm Noon 1:30 pm Supper 6:00 pm 7:30 pm 6:00 pm 7:30 pm Encampment: Livestock Encampment Expressive Arts As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 11:30 am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 7:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Dairy Judging Contest Demonstrations are scheduled through the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office and 4-H Livestock Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. 8:30 am Dairy Judging Contest Check-In & Team photos 9:00 am Dairy Judging Contest ~ Contest Begins 12:00 pm Dairy Judging Contest ~ Lunch (remember to bring tickets) 5:00 pm Dairy Judging Contest ~ Coaches Meeting 6:00 pm Dairy Judging Contest ~ Awards Ceremony Compeer Financial Arena Compeer Financial Arena St Paul Campus/senior division, Compeer Financial Arena/Intermediate division Ruttan Hall (St. Paul Campus) Ruttan Hall (St. Paul Campus)

6 Livestock AM 7:30 Swine Verification & Weigh-Ins (Done By County) Swine Barn 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Livestock Interviews, start on the hour, allow up to 2 hours for process (DAIRY GOAT MEAT GOAT RABBIT SHEEP SWINE - BEEF) St Paul Campus 8:00 10:00 Poultry ~ Interviews Poultry Barn 8:00 - Noon Sheep ~ Lamb Lead Interview Sign-Up (completed by noon) Swine Barn Office 8:00 Rabbit ~ Judging Contest begins Sheep Arena 9:00 Poultry~ Posters Due 4-H Poultry Office 9:00 Rabbit ~ Posters Due 4-H Rabbit Office 9:00 Science of Animal Workshop Poultry Barn 9:00 AM 2:00 PM Dairy Goat ~ Exhibitor and ID Check-In 9:30 Meat Goat ~ Check-In 9:45 Science of Animal Education Exhibits Conference Judging - scheduled before 7 pm Wednesday in 4-H Livestock Office. Poultry Barn 10:00-Noon Sheep ~ Market Lamb Weigh-In & Inspection Swine Barn 10:00-Noon Sheep ~ Breeding Ewe Verification & Inspection Swine Barn 10:00 Beef ~ Exhibitor Meeting Grooming Chute Tent PM 12:00 NOON Dairy~ Showcase Leadership Profile Submission Deadline Publicity Trailer 12:30 Poultry ~ Exhibitor and Consumer Education Meeting Judging Arena 12:30 Dairy ~ Sign Up Begins For Interviews/Workshops 1:00 MN Meats Contest ~ Rabbit 1:00 Beef ~ Cow/Calf Show Outside East end of Warner Coliseum Compeer Financial Arena 1:00 1:30 Beef ~ Breeding Heifer make-up interviews Beef Office 1:00-5:30 Poultry ~ Show (Followed by Showmanship -- call back only) Judging Arena 2:00-4:30 Dairy ~ Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture Dairy Stalling Areas 2:30 Beef ~ Breeding Heifer Show 4:00 Rabbit ~ Judging Contest Awards Presentation 4:00 Sheep ~ Fleece Check-In & Verification 6:00 Sheep ~ Interview Call Backs 7:00-8:00 Dairy Goat and Meat Goat ~ "What A Judge Is Looking For" Compeer Financial Arena Swine Barn (East Arena) Swine Barn (West Arena)

7 8:30 Rabbit ~ Interview Callbacks Posted FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Meal Times Cattle Barn Breakfast 7:00 am 8:30 am 7:00 am 8:30 am Lunch Noon 1:30 pm Noon 1:30 pm Supper 6:00 pm 7:30 pm 6:00 pm 7:30 pm Encampment: Livestock Encampment Continues Expressive Arts As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 11:30 am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 3:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 7:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Demonstrations are scheduled through the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office and 4-H Livestock Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. Rube Goldberg Conference Judging/Presentations 8:00 am Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in morning judging session 10:00 am Rube Goldberg conference judging begins 1:00 pm Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in afternoon judging session 3:00 pm Rube Goldberg conference judging begins Livestock AM 6:45-7:15 Beef ~ Market Beef And Dairy Steer Make-Up Interviews Beef Office 7:30 Swine ~ Make-Up Interviews Swine Barn (West Arena)

8 7:30 Beef ~ Dairy Steer Show followed by Dairy Steer Showmanship Warner Coliseum 7:30 Beef ~ Market Beef Show followed by Prospect Calf Show Warner Coliseum 8:00 Dairy Goat ~ Show & Showmanship Compeer Financial Arena 8:00 Meat Goat ~ Market Goat, Breeding Doe Show & Showmanship Compeer Financial Arena 8:00 Swine ~ Exhibitor Meeting Swine Barn (Arena) 8:30 8:30 Swine ~ Breeding Gilt Show & Showmanship Followed By Market Gilt Show, Auction Selection & Showmanship Swine ~ Market Barrow Show, Auction Line-Up & Showmanship (Announcement of interview Winners prior to the start of showmanship) 8:30 Dairy ~ Grades 12 & 13 (group 1) Interviews/Workshops 9:00 Dairy ~ Grades 6 & 7 AND Grades (group 2) Interviews/Workshops 9:00 Rabbit ~ Interview Call Backs Swine Barn (West Arena) Swine Barn (East Arena) Outside West End Of Dairy Barn Outside West End Of Dairy Barn 9:00-11:00 Sheep ~ Herdsmanship: Speaking Up For Animal Agriculture Sheep Stalling Areas 9:00-NOON Rabbit ~ Herdsmanship: Speaking Up For Animal Agriculture (Divided into 3 one hour groups by county) 9:00-NOON Sheep ~ Lamb Lead Interviews 9:30 Dairy ~ Grades 12 & 13 (group 3) Interviews/Workshops Rabbit Stalling Areas Swine Barn (West Arena) Outside West End Of Dairy Barn 10:00 Sheep ~ Make-Up Interviews Swine Barn Office 10:00 Dairy ~ Grades 8 & 9 Interviews/Workshops 11:00 Dairy ~ Grades 10 & 11 Interviews/Workshops PM 1:00-4:00 Poultry ~ Herdsmanship: Speaking Up For Animal Agriculture (Divided into 3 one hour groups by county, Posted by Office) Outside West End Of Dairy Barn Outside West End Of Dairy Barn Poultry Stalling Areas 2:00 Beef ~ Championship Event Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Prospect Calf Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Cow/Calf & Top 3 Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Breeding Heifers & Top 5 Warner Coliseum Grand & Reserve Grand Champ Dairy Steer & Top 3 Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef & Top 5 Announcement Of Beef Interview Winners Announcement of State Fair Scholarship Winners 2:00 Rabbit ~ Quiz Bowl Contest 2:00 Dairy ~ Interview Finals Begin order: grades 6&7, 8&9, 10&11, 12&13 4:00 MN Meats Contest - Dairy Outside East End Of Warner Coliseum 4:30-9:00 Sheep ~ Market Lamb Show Compeer Financial Arena

9 4:30-9:00 Sheep ~ Breeding Ewe Show and Fleece Show Compeer Financial Arena 5:00 Rabbit ~ Market Rabbit Show Rabbit Judging Ring 5:00 Beef ~ Deadline To Sign-Up Market Beef & Dairy Steers For Market Beef Office 7:00 Poultry ~ Judging Contest Poultry Judging Ring

10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Meal Times Cattle Barn Breakfast 7:00 am 8:30 am 7:00 am 8:30 am Lunch Noon 1:30 pm Noon 1:30 pm Supper 6:00 pm 7:30 pm 6:00 pm 7:30 pm Encampment: Livestock Encampment Continues Expressive Arts As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 8:00 Noon Livestock Encampment: Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 11:30 am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 12:30-4:30 pm Livestock Encampment: Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 3:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 6:30 pm Livestock Encampment: Share-the-Fun Showcase 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 7:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Demonstrations are scheduled throughout the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office and 4-H Livestock Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. Livestock AM 7:00 Dairy ~ Make-Up Interviews 4-H Dairy Office 7:00 Rabbit ~ Make-Up Interviews 7:15 Rabbit exhibitor staging 8:00 Rabbit ~ Breeding Rabbit Judging Rabbit Judging Ring 8:00 Rabbit~ Showmanship (Market & Breeding) (Required) Rabbit Judging Ring

11 8:00 Rabbit ~ Photos of Champions and Reserve Champions During the Shows 8:00-11:00 Sheep ~ Lamb Lead Show 8:00 Beef ~ Showmanship 8:30 Poultry ~ Chicken BBQ Contest Rabbit Judging Ring Swine Barn (both arenas) White Coverall - Southwest side of Coliseum Outside East Side of Warner Coliseum 8:45 Dairy ~ Dairy Show - staging begins Warner Coliseum 9:00 Science of Animal Workshop Poultry Barn 9:00 9:00 11:30 9:00 11:30 9:45 Dairy ~ Dairy Show. The show order for all breeds will start with 2 year olds and proceed through dry cow. After Champion cow, each Breed will start with Winter calves and proceed through Fall Senior Yearlings. Exact Show order will be posted outside 4-H Dairy office by Thursday 7:00 pm. All animals within a breed will be shown before starting the next colored breed. Dairy Goat ~ Herdsmanship: Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture Meat Goat ~ Herdsmanship: Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture Science of Animal Education Exhibits Conference Judging - scheduled before 7 pm Wednesday in 4-H Livestock Office. 11:00 Sheep Showmanship PM 1:30-3:30 Swine ~ Herdsmanship: Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture Warner Coliseum Goat Stalling Areas Goat Stalling Areas Poultry Barn Swine Barn (both arenas) Swine Stalling Areas 1:30-3:30 Beef ~ Herdsmanship: Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture Beef Stalling Areas 2:00 3:30 4:00 4:00 5:00 5:45 MN Meats Contest Goat (Dairy & Meat) MN Meats Contest Swine MN Meats Contest Poultry Purple Ribbon Auction Supper Purple Ribbon Auction Scholarship Program Purple Ribbon Auction Outside East end of Warner Coliseum Outside East end of Warner Coliseum Outside East end of Warner Coliseum Compeer Financial Arena Compeer Financial Arena Compeer Financial Arena 8:30-10:30 4-H Exhibitor Dance

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13 SUNDAY, AUGUST 27 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Meal Times Cattle Barn Breakfast 7:00 am 8:30 am 7:00 am 8:30 am Lunch Noon 1:30 pm Noon 1:30 pm Supper 4:30 pm 6:00 pm Not Available Encampments 1:00 pm - Livestock Encampment Released - Chaperones and 4-Hers housed in the that will be riding buses home should have their luggage placed on the north side behind the with their county delegation before 2:00 pm. 4-Hers must Check in with their chaperone by 2:00 pm. 2:30-4:00 Encampment 1: Departure and Arrival of County Delegations Dormitory Check Out Bailey & Territorial Hall Barn Dorms Check out of your room by 8 AM Put your luggage in the Storage Areas at Bailey and Territorial Halls Check out by 1:00 pm and put your luggage near the stall with your animal Have your luggage assembled and neatly placed on your bunk by 1:00 pm if not riding county transportation home. Worship Services TENTATIVE 9:15-9:45 am Prayer at the Fair (ecumenical service) Leinie Lodge Bandshell 7:45 am ~ 9:30 am ~ 11:00 am Worship Service Crossroads Chapel on Underwood St 9:15-9:45 am Catholic Mass Family Fair Stage in Baldwin Park Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Expressive Arts Demonstrations are scheduled through the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office and 4-H Livestock Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform.

14 As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 11:30 am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 3:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Fleet Farm Shirt Distribution ~ BY COUNTY DESIGNATION ONLY ~ 7:30 a.m. ~ East end of cattle barn Chef for a Day Cook-Off- General Encampment Times and Team Assignments Time 6:00-8:00 p.m. Beltrami, Carlton, Fillmore, Itasca, Lake, Marshall, Red Lake Location Check in 2 nd Floor - Under the Clouds Livestock AM 6:30 Swine ~ Market Load-Out (including sold breeding gilts) Swine Barn 7:00 Rabbits ~ Market Rabbits Check in for Carcass Show 4-H Rabbit Office 7:15 Rabbits ~ Market Rabbits Depart for Carcass Show 4-H Rabbit Office 8:00 Beef ~ Load-Out of Market Beef and Dairy Steers Consigned to Market 8:00 Sheep ~ Market Lamb Load-Out 8:00 Depart for Rabbit Carcass Show return approximately at noon 9:00 MN Meats Contest ~ Beef 9:00 Market Goat Load-Out 9:30 Dairy ~ Dairy Showcase Brunch 10:30 MN Meats Contest ~ Sheep 10:30 Dairy ~ Dairy Showcase 10:30 Poultry ~ Poultry Prince & Princess Scholarship Contest Final Round and Poultry Awards Program 4-H Rabbit Office Outside East end of Warner Coliseum Compeer Financial Arena Outside East end of Warner Coliseum Compeer Financial Arena Poultry Judging Ring 11:30 Dairy Goat ~ Games & Skill-A-Thon (open to all goat exhibitors) Swine Barn Arena 11:30 Meat Goat ~ Games & Skill-A-Thon (open to all goat exhibitors) Swine Barn Arena PM NOON Herdsmanship Awards Program Swine Barn Arena 12:00 1:00 Poultry ~ Posters Released 4-H Poultry Office 12:00 1:00 Rabbit ~ Posters Released 4-H Rabbit Office 1:00 4:00 All Livestock Released (By rings)

15 Judges Orientation 4:30 pm Encampment 1: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging 5:15 PM Encampment 1: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Computer, Entomology, Geology, Photography, Video, Performing Arts Erickson Hall, 2 nd Floor Stage, Performing Arts Judging Encampment 1 Orientation 5:25 pm. Judging immediately following Specific schedules for performing arts will be posted outside the Activities Office. Be ready to perform when you arrive at orientation, bring with you all materials needed for performance. Performers must be present to watch all other performers during their scheduled time on stage and conference judging. See Performing Arts Form 19b for more information or contact County Staff and Volunteer Orientation 6:15 pm Encampment 1: County Staff and Volunteer Orientation 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage

16 MONDAY, AUGUST 28 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Opens to 4-Hers at 8:00 am Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Breakfast Lunch Supper Meal Times 7:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm Encampment: Encampment 1 continues Expressive Arts As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 8:00 11:30 Encampment 1 Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 11:30am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 12:30-4:00 pm Encampment 1 Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 6:30 pm Encampment 1 Share-the-Fun Showcase 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 7:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Chef for a Day Cook-Off- General Encampment Times and Team Assignments Time 2:00-4:00 p.m. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Cook, East Otter Tail, Koochiching, North St. Louis, Polk, Roseau, Winona Blue Earth, Dodge, Faribault, Kittson, Pennington, South St. Louis, West Otter Tail, Wilkin Location Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Demonstrations are scheduled through the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. Fleet Farm Shirt Distribution ~ 11:00 am ~ 2 nd Floor, ~ Chaperones will pick up

17 Judges Orientation 8:00 am Encampment 1: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 11:30 am Encampment 1: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 4:30 pm Encampment 1: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging 8:30 am 12:00 pm 5:15 pm Encampment 1: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Electric, Exploring the Environment, Flower Gardening, Food Preservation, Food Revue, Forest Resources, Needle Arts, Potato, Shooting Sports/Wildlife Management, Shop/ Wood Science, Veterinary Science, Water Wetlands, Youth Leadership Encampment 1: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Bicycle, Cat, Child & Family Development, Citizenship, Crop Science - Corn, Legumes, Small Grains, Plant and Soil Science, Dog, Fishing Sports, Food & Nutrition, Home Environment, Indoor Gardening, Pets, Safety, Self- Determined, Vegetable Gardening & Fruit, Wildlife Biology Encampment 1: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Consumer Education, Crafts, Fine Arts, Exploring Animals, Global Connections, Lawn & Landscape Rube Goldberg Conference Judging/Presentations 8:00 am Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in morning judging session 10:00 am Rube Goldberg conference judging begins 1:00 pm Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in afternoon judging session 3:00 pm Rube Goldberg conference judging begins Fashion Revue Time Event 10:45-11:15 am Encampment 1: Fashion Revue Sign-In/Judging Information 12:45 3:00 pm Encampment 1: Fashion Revue Judging TBD 2:00 5:00 pm Encampment 1: Fashion Revue Rehearsal for Public Show 6:30 pm Encampment 1: Fashion Revue Public Show Special Activities for Exhibitors Exhibits Office, 1 st Floor 4-H Bldg 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage

18 9:00-10:45 pm 4-H Exhibitor Dance - Sponsored by 4-H Ambassadors 2 nd Floor/Erickson Hall

19 TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm opens to 4-Hers 8:00 am Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Breakfast Lunch Supper Meal Times 7:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm Encampments: Encampment 1 Released Released as soon as the parade has passed by the. Chaperones and 4-Hers riding buses home should have their luggage placed on the north side behind the with their county delegation before 2:00 pm. 4-Hers must Check in with their chaperones by 2:00 pm. 2:30-4:00 Encampment: Departure and Arrival of County Delegation Expressive Arts As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 11:30am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 3:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Chef for a Day Cook-Off- General Encampment Times and Team Assignments Time 6:00-8:00 p.m. Carver, Cass, Crow Wing, Jackson, Kanabec, Morrison, Pope, Stevens Location Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Judges Orientation Demonstrations are scheduled throughout the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. 8:00 am Encampment 1: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 4:30 pm Encampment 2: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging

20 8:30 am 5:15 pm Encampment 1: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Aerospace, Clothes You Make & Non Garment Items, Clothes You Buy, Community Pride, Engineering Design, Health, Quilting, Robotics, Small Engines, Tractor Encampment 2: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Computer, Entomology, Geology, Photography, Small Engines, Video, Performing Arts Performing Arts Judging Encampment 2 Orientation 5:25 pm. Judging immediately following Specific schedules for performing arts will be posted outside the Activities Office. Be ready to perform when you arrive at orientation, bring with you all materials needed for performance. Performers must be present to watch all other performers during their scheduled time on stage and conference judging. See Performing Arts Form 19b for more information or contact County Staff and Volunteer Orientation 6:15 pm Encampment 2: County Staff and Volunteer Orientation 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage

21 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Opens to 4-Hers at 8:00 am Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Breakfast Lunch Supper Meal Times 7:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm Encampment: Encampment 2 continues Expressive Arts As Scheduled County Arts-In 8:00 11:30 Encampment 2 Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 11:30am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 12:30-4:00 pm Encampment 2 Share-the-Fun registration & rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 6:30 pm Encampment 2 Share-the-Fun Showcase 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 7:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Chef for a Day Cook-Off - General Encampment Times and Team Assignments Time 2:00-4:00 p.m. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Aitkin, Cottonwood, Douglas, Isanti, Mille Lacs, Pine, Rock, Todd, Wright Grant, Martin, Murray, Nobles, Pipestone, Sherburne, Traverse, Watonwan Location Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Demonstrations are scheduled throughout the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. Fleet Farm Shirt Distribution ~ 11:00 am ~ 2 nd Floor, ~ Chaperones will pick up

22 Lama PM 12:00 2:00 Lama ~ Barns ready for Livestock (NO ANIMALS OR EQUIPMENT ALLOWED ON GROUNDS PRIOR TO NOON) 2:00 Lama ~ All Livestock in place Compeer Financial Arena 2:00-4:00 Lama ~ ID Verification & Interview Quiz (required) Compeer Financial Arena 4:30 Lama ~ Exhibitor Orientation Compeer Financial Arena 6:00 Lama ~ Costume Competition (optional) Compeer Financial Arena Judges Orientation 8:00 am Encampment 2: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 11:30 am Encampment 2: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 4:30 pm Encampment 2: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging 8:30 am 12:00 pm Encampment 2: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Electric, Exploring the Environment, Flower Gardening, Food Preservation, Food Revue, Forest Resources, Needle Arts, Potato, Shooting Sports/Wildlife Management, Shop/ Wood Science, Veterinary Science, Water Wetlands, Youth Leadership Encampment 2: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Bicycle, Cat, Child & Family Development, Citizenship, Crop Science - Corn, Legumes, Small Grains, Plant & Soil Science, Dog, Fishing Sports, Food & Nutrition, Home Environment, Indoor Gardening, Pets, Safety, Self-Determined, Vegetable Gardening & Fruit, Wildlife Biology 5:15 pm Encampment 2: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Consumer Education, Crafts & Fine Arts, Exploring Animals, Global Connections, Lawn & Landscape Rube Goldberg Conference Judging/Presentations 8:00 am Rube Goldberg set-up time for the RG teams in morning judging session 10:00 am Rube Goldberg conference judging begins 1:00 pm Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in afternoon judging session 3:00 pm Rube Goldberg conference judging begins

23 Fashion Revue 10:45-11:15 am Encampment 2: Fashion Revue Sign-In/Judging Information 12:45-3:00 pm Encampment 2: Fashion Revue Judging TBD Exhibits Office 1 st Floor 4-H Bldg 2:00-5:00 pm Encampment 2: Fashion Revue Rehearsal for Public Show 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 6:30 pm Encampment 2: Fashion Revue Public Show 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Special Activities for Exhibitors 9:00-10:45pm 4-H Exhibitor Dance - Sponsored by 4-H Ambassadors 2 nd Floor/Erickson Hall

24 THURSDAY, AUGUST 31 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm opens to 4-Hers 8:00 am Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Breakfast Lunch Supper Meal Times 7:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm Encampments: Encampment 2 Released Released as soon as the parade has passed by the. Chaperones and 4-Hers riding buses home should have their luggage placed on the north side behind the with their county delegation before 2:00 pm. 4-Hers must check in with their chaperones by 2:00 pm. 2:30-4:00 - Encampment: Departure and Arrival of County Delegation Expressive Art As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 11:30am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 3:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Chef for a Day Cook-Off- General Encampment Times and Team Assignments Time 6:00-8:00 p.m. Anoka, Houston, Mahnomen, Mower, Nicollet, Steele, Waseca Location Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Demonstrations are scheduled throughout the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform.

25 Lama AM 8:00 Lama ~ Call Back Interviews 10:00 Lama ~ Fiber Judging PM 4:00 Lama ~ Performance Exhibitor Meeting Compeer Financial Arena 4:30 Lama ~ Obstacle Course Classes (required) Compeer Financial Arena 4:30 Lama ~ Public Relations Classes (required) Compeer Financial Arena Judges Orientation 8:00 am Encampment 2: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 4:30 pm Encampment 3: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging 8:30 am 5:15 pm Encampment 2: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Aerospace, Clothes You Make & Non Garment Clothing, Clothes You Buy, Community Pride, Engineering Design, Health, Quilting, Robotics, Tractor Encampment 3: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Computer, Entomology, Geology, Photography, Video, Performing Arts Performing Arts Judging Encampment 3 Orientation 5:25 pm. Judging immediately following Specific schedules for performing arts will be posted outside the Activities Office. Be ready to perform when you arrive at orientation, bring with you all materials needed for performance. Performers must be present to watch all other performers during their scheduled time on stage and conference judging. See Performing Arts Form 19b for more information or contact County Staff and Volunteer Orientation 6:15 pm Encampment 3: County Staff and Volunteer Orientation 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage

26 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Opens to 4-Hers at 8:00 am Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Breakfast Lunch Supper Meal Times 7:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm Encampment: Encampment 3 continues Expressive Arts As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 8:00 11:30 a.m. Encampment 3 Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 11:30am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 12:30-4:00 pm Encampment 3 Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 6:30 pm Encampment 3 Share-the-Fun Showcase 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 7:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Chef for a Day Cook-Off- General Encampment Times and Team Assignments Time 2:00-4:00 p.m. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Becker, Benton, Chisago, Clearwater, Dakota, McLeod, Wadena Clay, Freeborn, Hubbard, Lake of the Woods, Norman, Rice, Sibley, Stearns Location Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Demonstrations are scheduled throughout the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. Fleet Farm Shirt Distribution ~~ 11:00 am ~ 2 nd Floor, ~ Chaperones will pick up

27 Lama 7:45 am Lama ~ Showmanship Exhibitor Meeting 8:00 am Lama ~ Showmanship (required) Compeer Financial Arena 2:00 Lama ~ All Lama & Posters Released (must be gone by 5 pm) Judges Orientation 8:00 am Encampment 3: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 11:30 am Encampment 3: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 4:30 pm Encampment 3: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging 8:30 am 12:00 pm 5:15 pm Encampment 3: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Electric, Exploring the Environment, Flower Gardening, Food Preservation, Food Revue, Forest Resources, Needle Arts, Potato, Shooting Sports/Wildlife Management, Shop/ Wood Science, Veterinary Science, Water Wetlands, Youth Leadership Encampment 3: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Bicycle, Cat, Child & Family Development, Citizenship, Crop Science - Corn, Legumes, Small Grains, Plant & Soil Science, Dog, Fishing Sports, Food & Nutrition, Home Environment, Indoor Gardening, Pets, Safety, Self-Determined, Vegetable Gardening & Fruit, Wildlife Biology Encampment 3: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Consumer Education, Crafts, Fine Arts, Exploring Animals, Global Connections, Lawn & Landscape Rube Goldberg Conference Judging/Presentations 8:00 am Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in morning judging session 10:00 am Rube Goldberg conference judging begins 1:00 pm Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in afternoon judging session 3:00 pm Rube Goldberg conference judging begins Fashion Revue 10:45-11:15 am Encampment 3: Fashion Revue Sign-In /Judging Information 12:45 3:00 pm Encampment 3: Fashion Revue Judging TBD Exhibits Office 1 st Floor, 4-H Bldg

28 2:00 5:00 pm Encampment 3: Fashion Revue Rehearsal for Public Show 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 6:30 pm Encampment 3: Fashion Revue Public Show 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Special Activities for Exhibitors 9:00-10:45 pm 4-H Exhibitor Dance - Sponsored by 4-H Ambassadors 2 nd Floor/Erickson Hall

29 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm opens to 4-Hers 8:00 am Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Breakfast Lunch Supper Meal Times 7:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm Encampments: Encampment 3 Released Released as soon as the parade passes by the 4-H building. Chaperones and 4-Hers riding buses home should have their luggage placed on the north side behind the with their county delegation before 2:00 pm. 4-Hers must Check in with their chaperones by 2:00 pm. 2:30-4:00 Encampment: Departure and Arrival of County Delegation Expressive Art As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 11:30am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 3:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Chef for a Day Cook-Off- General Encampment Times and Team Assignments Time 6:00-8:00 p.m. Big Stone, Brown, Chippewa, Kandiyohi, LeSueur, Lyon, Meeker, Ramsey, Wabasha, Washington Location Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Judges Orientation Demonstrations are scheduled throughout the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. 8:00 am Encampment 3: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 4:30 pm Encampment 4: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging

30 8:30 am 5:15 pm Encampment 3: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Aerospace, Clothes You Make & Non Garment Items, Clothes You Buy, Community Pride, Engineering Design, Health, Quilting, Robotics, Small Engines, Tractor Encampment 4: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Computer, Entomology, Geology, Photography, Small Engines, Video, Performing Arts Performing Arts Judging Encampment 4 Orientation 5:25 pm. Judging immediately following Specific schedules for performing arts will be posted outside the Activities Office. Be ready to perform when you arrive at orientation, bring with you all materials needed for performance. Performers must be present to watch all other performers during their scheduled time on stage and conference judging. See Performing Arts Form 19b for more information or contact County Staff and Volunteer Orientation 6:15 pm Encampment 4: County Staff and Volunteer Orientation 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage

31 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Opens to 4-Hers at 8:00 am Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Breakfast Lunch Supper Meal Times 7:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm Encampment: Encampment 4 continues Worship Services TENTATIVE 9:15-9:45 am Prayer at the Fair (ecumenical service) Leinie Lodge Bandshell 7:45 am ~ 9:30 am ~ 11:00 am Worship Service Crossroads Chapel on Underwood St 9:15-9:45 am Catholic Mass Family Fair Stage in Baldwin Park Expressive Arts As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 8:00-11:30 Encampment 4 Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 11:30 am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 12:30-4:00 pm Encampment 4 Share-the-Fun registration and rehearsals as assigned 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 5:00 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 6:30 pm Encampment 4 Share-the-Fun Showcase 2 nd Floor/Erickson Stage 7:30 pm State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Chef for a Day Cook-Off- General Encampment Times and Team Assignments Time 2:00-4:00 p.m. Goodhue, Hennepin, Lac Qui Parle, Lincoln, Olmsted, Redwood, Renville, Scott, Swift, Yellow Medicine Location Check in 2 nd Floor Center STEM Area Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Demonstrations are scheduled throughout the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and

32 platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. Fleet Farm Shirt Distribution ~~ 11:00 am ~ 2 nd Floor, ~ Chaperones will pick up Judges Orientation 8:00 am Encampment 4: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 11:30 am Encampment 4: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor 4:30 pm Encampment 4: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging 8:30 am 12:00 pm 5:15 pm Encampment 3: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Electric, Exploring the Environment, Flower Gardening, Food Preservation, Food Revue, Forest Resources, Needle Arts, Potato, Shooting Sports/Wildlife Management, Shop/ Wood Science, Veterinary Science, Water Wetlands, Youth Leadership Encampment 3: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Bicycle, Cat, Child & Family Development, Citizenship, Crop Science - Corn, Legumes, Small Grains, Plant & Soil Science, Dog, Fishing Sports, Food & Nutrition, Home Environment, Indoor Gardening, Pets, Safety, Self-Determined, Vegetable Gardening & Fruit, Wildlife Biology Encampment 3: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Consumer Education, Crafts & Fine Arts, Exploring Animals, Global Connections, Lawn & Landscape Rube Goldberg Machine Conference Judging/Presentations 8:00 am Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in morning judging session 10:00 am Rube Goldberg conference judging begins 1:00 pm Rube Goldberg set-up time for RG teams in afternoon judging session 3:00 pm Rube Goldberg conference judging begins Fashion Revue 10:45-11:15 am Encampment 4: Fashion Revue Sign-In/Judging Information 12:45 3:00 pm Encampment 4: Fashion Revue Judging TBD 2:00-5:00 pm Encampment 4: Fashion Revue Rehearsal for Public Show Exhibits Office, 1 st Floor, 4-H Bldg 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage

33 6:30 pm Encampment 4: Fashion Revue Public Show 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Special Activities for Exhibitors 9:00-10:45 pm 4-H Exhibitor Dance - Sponsored by 4-H Ambassadors 2 nd Floor/Erickson Hall

34 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 Hours 9:00 am - 9:00 pm opens to 4-Hers 8:00 am Harkness Hall First Floor (exhibit area) Erickson Hall Second Floor Breakfast Lunch Supper Meal Times 7:00 am 8:00 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm None Encampment: 3:00 - Encampment 4 Released Released as soon as the parade passes by the 4-H building. Chaperones and 4-Hers riding buses home should have their luggage placed on the north side behind the with their county delegation before 2:00 pm. 4-Hers must Check in with their chaperones by 2:00 pm. Expressive Art As Scheduled County Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage 11:30 am State Arts-In 1 st Floor/Harkness Stage Public Presentations/Demonstrations As Scheduled Judges Orientation Demonstrations are scheduled throughout the encampment. Demonstrations are assigned time slots and notified in advance. Participants can confirm times and platforms on the schedule posted outside the Activities Office. Orientation occurs at the beginning of each block schedule at your designated platform. 8:00 am Encampment 4: Project Judges Orientation 1st Floor Exhibit Judging 8:30 am Encampment 4: Exhibitor Orientation followed by judging in these project areas: Aerospace, Clothes You Make & Non Garment Items, Clothes You Buy, Community Pride, Engineering Design, Health, Quilting, Robotics, Tractors

35 POST-FAIR Monday, September 4 9:00 pm - 9:30 pm County Staff May Pick Up Exhibits (With prior arrangements) Tuesday, September 5 7:00 am - 7:00 pm County Staff May Pick Up Exhibits Wednesday, September 6 8:00 am NOON County Staff May Pick Up Exhibits Thursday, September 7 4-H Staff moves from at the State Fair back to the Center for Youth Development State Fair to St. Paul (Coffey Hall)

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