The Calhoun County Fair is Michigan’s Oldest Continuing Running Fair. First held in 1839, the Calhoun County Fair has continued to this day as one of Michigan’s foremost agricultural attractions. It is generally held the third full week of August. Floral Hall, the oldest building on the fairgrounds, was constructed in 1860 in the then-popular octagon style. The wings were added at later dates. Designed originally for the display of flowers and farm produce, the building still plays a major role at one of the state’s oldest county fairs.

We enjoyed the fair recently and have some little videos, photos to share with you.

 

And a map, courtesy of Google. Maps are helpful!

We’ll look for more information and put it here when we can. Maybe more history of the fair!
Links to official information are at the bottom of this page.

This is not the official listing for the Calhoun County Fair, which has been held annually since 1848.
The Calhoun County Fair is generally held the third full week of August. This posting is estimated for years after 2016 as a courtesy. Please double check your dates before making plans.

OFFICIAL LINKS BELOW


To get official information about the Calhoun County Fair in Marshall, Michigan including the exact dates, please visit www.CalhounCountyFair.org.

 

Another excellent source of information in Marshall is the the Marshall Chamber of Commerce. The real name of this group is now MARSHALL AREA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE.

 

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