Welcome to the Tennessee Association of Fairs Website!
Here you can find information about regional and county fairs in the state of Tennessee.
Presently there are a total of sixty three member fairs.
Agricultural fairs are a tradition in the beautiful state of Tennessee. When you travel the roads of Tennessee the beauty that lines the country roads include some of the most impressive of agricultural scenes, from rolling pastures covered in a variety of livestock, and field crops to sweet country homes with garden areas, chicken pens, and generations of farmers. The education taught from generation to generation is thankfully what continues to feed America. Each year those communities come together, in good neighborly form to showcase their summers agriculture trophies. In addition to showcasing the very best of Tennessee agriculture, your local fair is a source of enjoyment. Where families come together to celebrate life, for a short time you can join your neighbors for a variety of entertainment, show your community pride and the education that is received through your agricultural fair is endless. Be sure and plan to support your community fair this year.
ATTENTION ALL ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
We are trying to update as much information concerning our Associate Members and their business. This will be the information that will go on our website and in our 2014 Fair Directory, which goes out to all fairs and associate members. Please fill out the following forms and return to me when you mail in your dues.
2014 Associate Directory Information Form
TAF CONVENTION – JANUARY 16th – 18th
At The Sheraton Music City Hotel In Nashville, Tennessee
ALL FAIRS SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED YOUR CONVENTION PACKET
If you HAVE NOT received your packet please email Executive Secretary Emily Pitcock
More info on the Merit Awards Committee Meeting – Coming Soon!
FAIREST OF THE FAIR WORKSHOP – November 16, 2013
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The Tennessee Association of Fairs encourages all Fairs to work hand in hand with their local food banks. Ask fair goers to bring in canned items. Make it worth their efforts by provided a reduced price on gate admission. Asking the adults of today will ensure that the adults of tomorrow know the importance of helping their neighbor.
Is Your Farm Qualified?
Has the farm been in your family continuously for at least 100 years?
Does the farm have at least 10 acres of the original founders’ land?
Does the farm produce at least $1000 in farm income annually?
Is at least one owner a resident of Tennessee?
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Pick Tennessee Products is a program of the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. It’s purpose is to bring awareness to the numerous agricultural based produced and processed in the state of Tennessee.
Great Food is a Tennessee Tradition!
From appetizers to the main course it’s “a piece of cake” to fill your table with Tennessee products.
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