Purdue Extension says county 4-H fairs can occur in July if guidelines are met
Indiana county 4-H fairs can take place in July if guidelines are met.
Purdue Extension says local 4-H fair boards, 4-H councils, and county extension educators may continue planning events in alignment with Indiana’s Back on Track plan and with local health officials.
Jason Henderson, director of Purdue Extension, says the Back on Track plan provides guidelines that will ensure the safety of 4-H members, families, and communities. County 4-H fairs may begin on July 4, if local health officials confirm the county has reached stage five in the plan.
Fairs must adhere to social distancing guidelines, screen employees and volunteers, and offer hand sanitizer and cleaning stations.