The Park County Fair is established in agribusiness, and children will have freedoms to find out about soil, plants, honey bees and more at the new Agri-Entertainment Tent.
“We hope that families learn more about all that agriculture provides for our daily lives,” said Tycee Brown, 4-H and youth development educator for Park County.
Families are urged to stop by the tent with the expectation of complimentary demos, fun exercises and ag information. Exercises will be designed for youngsters ages 8-12, yet are available to all adolescent, Brown said.
Situated in the McDonald’s Kids Zone at the reasonable, the Agri-Entertainment Tent will be open for the duration of the day, with casual banners in plain view. The Cody Conservation District will have exercises at 10 a.m. day by day all through reasonable week.
On Wednesday, children can find out about palatable soils at 2 p.m., trailed by calfskin tooling at 5 p.m. Thursday’s exercises incorporate honey bees at 2 p.m. furthermore, fly-tying at 5 p.m. On Friday, children can find out about planting at 2 p.m. Completing out the week will be a frozen yogurt in-a-pack movement at 2 p.m. Saturday.
The Agri-Entertainment Tent is an organization with UW Extension/4-H and the Park County Fair Board, to assist with expanding information and consciousness of agribusiness.