Minidoka County Fair & Rodeo

July 30th-August 4th, 20118

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Our Antiques Building

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Open every year, Monday through Friday, our Antiques Building is one of the most incredible sites to see at the Minidoka County Fair.  Hundreds of antiques are entered every year! Our superintendent, Gary Schorzman, treats every antique as if it were his own, and creates a display sure to captivate any audience!

To be an antique, an item must be at least 50 years old-many of the items entered into our fair have their own special and unique story.

Items can be registered at the fair two weeks before the fair as well as the Monday of fair week.  Items need to be brought into the fair Monday of fair week. Judging takes place on Tuesday. For more information about entering your items, please see the Antiques section in our Fair Book.

 

 A Special Thank You goes to Judy Barnes for the photos on this page.