Sunday June 26th, 2022, 8 am UNTIL 4pm, the 47th Annual Lamoille Country Fair will kick off the summer in style. The beautiful town of Lamoille will open its arms to over 10,000 people in search of open- air, green grass, food, activities for the kids and of course shopping. It will be a day the whole family can come out and enjoy the sunshine, food, shopping, and activities for the kid. Admission is always free, and all are welcome!
Vendors Galore: The fair has become one of the most popular craft events in Elko County, with vendors traveling across the country to share their creations. Our vendors this year will include many of the community favorites from years past, along with many new vendors boasting new art and wares. These talented artist and entrepreneurs will be selling: wood working, whirligigs, repurposed antiques, specialty soaps, leather products, locally grown produce, delicious cheese and sauces, metal arts, hand sewn bags and clothing items, pottery, handmade knives, unique jewelry, home goods and many more items of interest for the whole family.
Kids Zone: This year the Lamoille Women’s Club is proud to announce that “The Event Source” will be hosting an exceptional kids’ area. Complete with obstacle course, bounce houses, and other actives for the kiddos to enjoy. “Cheeky Doodles” will be on site for a kid favorite, face painting. The kids will be in a secured location, leaving mom a little bit of time to enjoy the festivities herself. Of course, there will be something for the guys. “The Event Source” will have their ax- throwing trailer on site for all to try their skills.
Parking/Shuttle: Nothing to worry about here! There is designated parking on the road that leads to the Lamoille Fair with a FREE shuttle service that will be happy to transport fairgoers to the event and back to their vehicles. Parking is FREE for anyone who is attending. The Boy Scouts offer convenient parking on the edge of Lamoille for $5 per car. There will be no vehicle traffic on Clubhouse Lane where our food vendors will lined from end to end. Best way to avoid any parking issues is to come early and stay late!
Food: If this is what you’re coming to the fair for, we have you covered! The Lamoille Fair is a virtual wonderland of food trucks with something to please any appetite. All your favorites will be there, plus many new ones to our community! Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy old fashioned, homemade ice cream and waffles, snow cones, dole whip and funnel cakes. For the more savory options check out the Indian Tacos, pupusas, Gordita’s, homemade tamales, hot dogs…and so much more.
Of course, if you came just for an ice-cold glass of the Lamoille Women’s Club’s Famous Lemonade, we won’t judge! Hand squeezed by the clubs’ members and sweetened to perfection is a Fair tradition that cannot be missed.
Lamoille Women’s Club Quilt: Another Fair tradition is a chance to win a gorgeous hand-made quilt. This year masterpiece was made by the Clubs own member, Charlene Mitchel and quilted by Terry Bowers of Ruby Valley. The quilt is appropriately named “Warmth of Our Stars!” The quilt is beautifully designed with shades of violet, purples, and turquoise. It is a charming addition to any home. Tickets will be available at the event, but get them early because the winner will be chosen that day at 3:30 pm sharp!
Lamoille Women’s Club: A bit about us. We are a group of women committed to serving our community. The club is a 501c3 organization that benefits: CADV, March of Dimes, Scholarships for Spring Creek High School and Great Basin College. When possible, we donate to the Lamoille Fire Department, Spring Creek High School Music Department, athletics at both Spring Creek and Elko High Schools, Elko County Fair Awards, among others.
Mark your calendar now for Sunday June 26, 2022 from 8am-4pm for a day you wont forget. Thank you for supporting your local community!
See you soon.