Broward County Fair


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The Broward County Fairs opens Friday, November 17th at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach after 19 years of moving from City to City with no permanent home for the Fair. This year the Fair offers more than 100 plus Rides, Games, Shows, Attractions and International Fair Foods provided by Hildebrand Rides Inc.

The Broward County Youth Fair, d/b/a Broward County Fair, is a not-for-profit corporation chartered by the State of Florida, Department of Agriculture in 1976. It was chartered under state statute 616. It is afforded all the rights and privileges accorded to charitable as well as agricultural organizations.

First established by members of the Hollywood Jaycees, the annual Fair opened its doors in 1976, at Broward Community College in Davie. After two years, the seven members of the board of directors, voted to move to Hallandale. Through a series of lease agreements, the fair remained at Gulfstream Park until 1996, when it moved to Pompano Park Racetrack, Pompano Beach. Here at Florida’s only harness race track, the Fair continued to deliver its special form of family entertainment.

The Broward County Fair is the principal showcase for Broward County’s vast agri-business industry. Agriculture ranks either first or second, along with tourism, as Broward’s major source of income. Florida is the nation’s eighth leading agricultural state, providing the country with more than 62% of its citrus, 50% of the domestic sugar supply and 25% of its vegetables.

This year’s participants are:

Youth Environmental Alliance

Broward Farm Bureau

MacArthur High School Horticulture Program 

Future Farmers of America

Florida Department of Agriculture 

Broward Bee Keepers Association

Broward Soil & Water Conservation District 

Junior Master Gardener Association

Green X display of natural pest control 

Allstate Resource Management Fair Schedule:

Friday, November 17 opening-day from 5 PM to 1 AM

Saturday, November 18 from 1 PM to 1 AM

Sunday, November 19 from 1 PM to 11 PM

Monday, November 20 from 5 PM to 11 PM

Tuesday, November 21 from 5 PM to 11 PM

Wednesday, November 22 from 5 PM to 11 PM

Thursday, November 23 Thanksgiving day 4 PM to 12 midnight

Friday, November 24 from 5 PM to 1 AM

Saturday, November 25 from 1 PM to 1 AM

Sunday, November 26 from 1 PM to 11 PM

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