The Altamont Fair is an opportunity for 4-Hers to demonstrate what they have learned all year. For many 4-Hers it may mean winning ribbons for their baked goods or crafts, for others their learning may culminate in the show ring where they show off what they have learned with their project animal. From public presentations to cooking contests 4-Hers use this week to learn, grow, and show off their skills and talents for the public.
Members may participate in the fair as part of a 4-H club or as an independent member if you are interested in joining 4-H please contact Rachel Lee at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schenectady County.
If you have any questions about you or your child participating in the Altamont Fair please feel free to reach out to Rachel Lee. Contact information is below.
Volunteer in the Schenectady County 4-H Snack Shop at the Altamont Fair!
Now with online Snack Shop Shift Signup!
4-H clubs, 4-H families, and individual 4-Hers and 4-H volunteers are encouraged to volunteer in the Schenectady County 4-H Snack Shop at the Altamont Fair. We sell a variety of delicious drink, snack and dessert items including our famous strawberry shortcakes, Snapple, breakfast items and now iced coffee. The funds raised by the snack shop go towards a variety of Schenectady County 4-H activities. If you are interested in volunteering please contact the 4-H office by phone at (518)372-1622 ex: 261 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To sign up for shifts online please use this link: Online Snack Shop Shift Signup
Are you a 4-Her age 11 or up who is interested in having a paid job at the fair? Do you love 4-H and want to share it with others? Do you want an opportunity to be a leader at the fair and have something to put on your resume? Be a Jr. Superintendant in the 4-H building at the Altamont Fair!
Enrolled 4-Hers age 11 and up are encouraged to work in the 4-H building as Jr. Superintendents before and during the Altamont fair for a premium. Jr. Superintendents put 4-H's best foot forward by talking to the public about 4-H, setting up exhibits, doing interactive activities with the public, and keeping the 4-H building clean during the fair. Jr. Superintendents also may help with 4-H animal shows, program promotion and other leadership responsibilities. If you are a 4-Her 11 or above who is interested in being a Jr. Superintendent please contact Rachel Lee at the 4-H office for more information and to sign up.
Last updated July 26, 2019