President's Message
2017 Blue Ribbon Sponsors
$500 or more
Please come out and join us for the Annual Louisa County Agricultural Fair! We have all worked very hard to put together two days of fun-filled activities to keep you and your family entertained, all while being educated. There is truly something for every one at the fair. From the animal lovers there are 4-H shows, a petting zoo and a pet show. For the creative and crafty type of person, there are opportunities to enter your wares to be judged and displayed. For active children there are a variety of names early every hour for two days. At this year's fair we will also have giant connect four and giant jenga! There are always opportunities to learn at the fair. This year you can learn how to felt wool, learn about beekeeping, learn how a crosscut saw works, or simply learn where your food comes from. It is our missing to make learning fun! After an action packed day in the sun on Friday you can kick back in the evening and listen to Tommy Wood Band while enjoying a glass of wine from a Louisa Windery.

This event is truly a community effort and we are grateful to all of the businesses and volunteers who support the fair year after year. It is more important than ever to have county fairs with an emphasis on agriculture as only 1% of all Americans are involved in any way with animal agriculture. To keep this fair alive and to make it thrive we need you to bring some friends out and support it. Last year we had several decorated pallets entered by families. I saw a grandmother learning how to felt along side her granddaughter. There was a 90 year old grandfather operating the cross cut saw with his grandson. And there are always at least four toddlers in the good ol' corn box. If you are young or just young at heart, there is something for you! While supporting the fair there are opportunities to support 4-H and FFA students in their quest for higher education, which ultimately helps our community. I would like to thank all of the fair board members, volunteers, 4-Her's and their parents, and FFA students and parents for their hard work and dedication to the fair. I would also like to encourage community members to volunteer in some aspect of the fair. Please continue to check our website for updates as we get closer to the fair. I can't wait to see you at the fair!


Melinda McCall
President, Louisa County Agricultural Fair
Mark your calendars!!!
July 27 - July 28 2018
Cooper Vineyard
County of Louisa
Cuckoo Self Storage
Dominion Energy Foundation
Hopkins Excavating and Repair Inc
James River Equipment
S.B. Cox, Inc
Updike Industries, Inc.
Virginia Tractor
2017 Red Ribbon Sponsors
$250 - $499
Apple Grove Beekeepers Association
Colonial Farm Credit
Essex Bank
Louisa County Ruritan Club
Louisa Veterinary Service, Inc.
Orange Madison Co-op, Louisa
2017 White Ribbon Sponsors
$100 - $249
Barton & Boyd
Community Motors
Dr. Jack and Mrs. Sharon Manzari
Fabric Hut & Gift Gallery
Harlowe Land Management
Holly Grove Repair and Restoration
JB Vaughan Jr Excavating
John and Mark Wood
Louisa County High School
Maddox Feed Store
Prospect Hill
Ridgeview New Holland
Robinson Farmer Cox Association
Tommy James Barlow Land Surveying, LLC
Virginia Tractor
Honorable Mention and Event Sponsors
Ann's Styles Unlimited
Attorney John David Gibson
Attorney R.T. Williams III
Carol Coleman
Constance Ware
Floozies Pie Shop
Greeno Farm
Hottinger's Green House
J.S. Purcell Lumber Corp.
Louisa Auto Parts
Louisa Cleaners
Louisa True Value Hardware
Louisa Walgreens
Mineral Restaurant
Olde Towne Farm, Robert & Gayle Seddon
Patty Madison for Clerk of Circuit Court
Red Star Yeast Company
Sabor a Mexico
Spring Valley Farm
Tavern on the Rail
The Hoffman Kids
Tim's at Lake Anna
W.C. and Mary Page Taylor
Whisper Hill Creations