Lockedwood – It’s time for a free exhibition for Pittsburgh County!

County and state shows are less than a week old. Join us for the revised Pittsburgh County Free Show Sept. 7-11. While “improvements” may seem like a common theme for 2020 and 2021, this year’s indoor exhibitions will be open to the public. Young people can participate in virtual competitions, skill shows, and animal shows.

The Pittsburgh County Free Exhibition is open for non-animal exhibitions on Tuesday, September 7 and Saturday through September 11.

For Pittsburgh County residents who want to try their hand at innovation, open class divisions are for all ages. Fruit and vegetables, embroidery, knitting or crocheting, entertainment and cultural arts, textiles and fashions, photography, food preparation and food security are few. Gardening includes houseplants as well as fruits and vegetables. For the artist, we accept paintings, metal crafts, leather crafts, stone carvings and photographs. We also have categories that show debris pages and rubber seals. To name a few, drawings, ceramics and needle points are part of the competition. Visit the OSU Cooperative Promotion Office for a list of categories or browse this code to view the Pittsburgh County Free Book Fair.

OHCE and Open Class Indoor Exhibition Program

Tuesday, 7pm to 7pm – Indoor Exhibition Registrations

The exhibition hall is open on Wednesday, 3: 00-7: 00 pm

The exhibition hall is open on Thursday, 2: 00-7: 00 pm

Friday, 2: 00-7: 00 pm Exhibition Hall is open

On Saturday, the exhibition hall is open from 9:00 to 12:00, exhibitions will be released at 12:00 p.m.

Join in the fun at the Pittsburgh County Free Exhibition and support our youth and local craftsmen. Let’s meet at the fair!

Rachel Lockwood is a family consumer science extension teacher with the Pittsburgh County OSU Cooperative Expansion Service. Contact Rachel at 918-423-4120 for more information on this topic or related FCS programs, contact Rachel.lockwood@okstate.edu or the Pittsburgh County OSU website http://oces.okstate.edu/pittsburg/ or Pittsburgh County. OSU Extension Center or Pittsburgh County OHCE on Facebook.

Oklahoma State University, US Department of Agriculture, State and Local Government Cooperation. The Oklahoma Cooperative Promotion Service provides programs to all eligible people regardless of age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected patriotic status, or any other legal status. Equal Opportunity Employer.



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