From the first organized Kittitas County Fair in 1885 to the modern five day event held each Labor Day weekend, the fair has always been about agriculture. From its inception by local farmers and ranchers the fair has showcased the best that Kittitas County has to offer. With the Fair & Rodeo combining its efforts & location since 1923, everyone can enjoy agricultural exhibits and competitions, a four day rodeo and a gathering of Yakama Indians takes place. Whether you are a kid or a kid at heart, the Kittitas County Fair has something for everybody with special attractions to celebrate the history, heritage, and culture of the county: Frontier Village; Heritage Center.
Davis Cascadia Carnival will be here once again.
If you are wanting information about becoming an exhibitor at fair please check out the website or call the Kittitas County Fair office at 509-962-7639.