June 24th, the Lamoille Grove and surrounding area will become abuzz with excitement, food booths and craft venders.  The Lamoille Country Fair was created the last Sunday in June by the by the Lamoille Womenís Club 43 years ago, to maintain and improve the clubhouse, but has become one of the clubís two main fundraisers to help support their communityís involvement with charities throughout
the Elko area.   

The Fair has become one of the more popular craft extravaganzas in Elko County which has an attendance of 5,000 to 8,000 people at this one-day event. This event begins at 8am and continues until 4pm.  Free Shuttle is available at Lamoille Highway and Canyon Road.  Additional parking is available at Country Lane to the left, across from O’Carrols, provided by Lamoille Women’s Club. The Spring Creek Track team will be managing the parking lot.  Please note:  there will be no parking on the North side from Canyon Road to the Fair this year.   There is no admission charge to visit crafter’s booths which can include jelly, jewelry, iron yard decorations, goat soap, creative wall designs, wood working, and yard ornaments, to name a few.

Provided by The Event Source to relax, and enjoy your meal which may include Indian tacos, fry bread, tacos, chili cheese fries, barbeque hamburgers, corn, wok noodle chicken in rice etc…

For the thirsty, there is the Lamoille Women’s Club famous lemonade! The lemonade starts with fresh squeezed lemon juice and is topped off with a leaf of fresh mint.  While visiting the Fair, don’t forget to get tickets for an opportunity to own the Lamoille Women’s Club quilt! “Centennial Stars”, machine sewn by our Club President Joyce Kay and quilted by Terry Bowers!  See picture above, but doesn’t do it justice, you must see it in person!

When you have finished shopping and the kids are wanting something to do; take them to the kid’s area that will not only have the bouncy house provided by U B Jump N, but also games and face painting provided by M.O.P.S. of Elko.

A few projects and causes that this event helps benefit include:  Veterans, CADV, Harbor House, the Lamoille Church and School House, Scholarships for Spring Creek High School Seniors, and a scholarship at GBC, for a woman reentering the workforce. Donations have also been given to Bright Path Adult Enrichment Center, Spring Creek Volunteer Fire Department, Horizon Hospice, Tree of Life Memorial, Spring Creek High School Music Department, and Elko Country Fair for the Indian Arts Exhibit, as well as the quilt exhibit.  


Crafts  |  Bouncy Houses  |  Food  |  Kids Safari  |  Vendors  Slides  |  Game Booths  |  Face Painting  |  And lots more!