The Rockford Fair, formally dubbed the Southeast Spokane County Fair, is an annual community celebration that began in 1943. This local fair has since grown to an event that brings exhibitors and fair-goers from the majority of Spokane and Whitman Counties, as well as parts of Idaho, to the small town of Rockford, Washington, for three days of fun and laughter.
The Rockford Fair currently operates as a non-profit organization, run completely by volunteers. Because of this, the fair relies greatly on monetary contributions and community helpers throughout the entire year, culminating with the three-day event in September. Because of the help received from you, the Southeast Spokane County Fair can continue to bring community members together for a fun post-harvest celebration.
Statement of Purpose:
The Southeast Spokane County Fair is held each year to give youth, adults and organizations a place to exhibit their skills, produce and animals for educational purposes; for comparison with their neighbors; and for the enjoyment of the public.
Are you interested in becoming involved in the planning process of the next Southeast Spokane County Fair in Rockford, Washington? Please join us at our next meeting! Committee meetings typically take place on the first Monday of every month at 7pm; make sure to follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on meeting schedules.