2019

Hancock County Fair

July 31 - August 3

The Hancock County Fairgrounds is located at 1430 State Route 1389, Hawesville, Kentucky 4234.  

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MISSION STATEMENT

To enhance Hancock County through an annual celebration promoting agriculture, education, entertainment, and encouraging positive youth development and leadership skills.


HANCOCK COUNTY FAIR CODE OF CONDUCT

Hancock County Fair Code of Conduct states that all participants and attendees are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner.


If any attendee directs any disrespectful, vulgar, threatening or abusive language, and/or obscene gesture or remarks towards any Hancock County Fair representative, Hancock County Fair Board member, and/or any Fair staff, the attendee will be in direct violation of the Hancock County Fair Code of Conduct. Any person in violation will face disciplinary actions as deemed by the HC Fair Board.


Exhibitors and their families violating the Code of Conduct may forfeit premiums and/or may be banned from exhibiting for a period of time determined by the HC Fair Board.


Anyone violating the Code of Conduct may be escorted from the grounds, may be subject to arrest and prosecution, and/or may be banned by the HC Fair Board from the fairgrounds.


PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES

Protests, public demonstrations, confrontational or threatening conduct, fighting or inciting riot is strictly prohibited. No person shall engage in any activity that would jeopardize the safety and well-being of another person. Anyone initiating or participating in these activities shall be removed from the fairgrounds. There will be no refund of paid admission for anyone removed for violation of these rules. Violators of these rules may be banned from attending the fair for the remainder of the week. Violators may also be subject to arrest and prosecution as determined by police officers and sheriff deputies providing security for the fair.


NSF FEES / RETURNED CHECKS

Any checks returned as NSF, or for any other reason, will be assessed a $35 fee, or 5%, whichever is greater.

General Information

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GENERAL RULES