The Ohio Fair Managers and our 94 Member Fairs have spent over 365 days planning for the upcoming State, County and Independent Fair Season. This season started off with a iInformational program "Moving Forward Safetly". This program is assist our fair patrons, media staffs and our fairs to speak to the Ride Safety programs administred by the Ohio Department of Agriculutre. The following link accesses all infomration on this program: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/m05zpzrhvvxlzzf/AAB2kVrHQ4y6nskBjXyp6npPa?dl=0
Ohio's Fairs are a showcase for Junior Fair, Senior Fair exhibits, Harness Racing as well as amusement rides, games, food and grandstand shows. Ohio's agriculutural fairs are for families to once a year see their local county agriculutural exhibits, see those once a year grandstand shows of Tractor Pulling, Demolition Derbies, Rough truck, Motocross, harness racing and more. Come and enjoy Ohio's County Fairs.
The Ohio Fair Managers Association located in the Great Agricultural State of Ohio is a voluntary, not-for-profit Corporation, serving State, Independent and County Agricultural Fairs, shows, exhibitions, and several festivals within Ohio. The associate members of the OFMA associations, corporations, festivals, and individuals engaged in providing products and services to its members, all of whom are interested in the improvement of Ohio’s agricultural fairs. The OFMA represents 95 Fairs in Ohio, more than 240 associate members from allied fields, and holds its Annual Convention in Columbus, Ohio in early January. Throughout the years, the OFMA has remained true to its purpose of promoting and encouraging the development and improvement of agricultural fairs, shows, and expositions. The OFMA is actively engaged and supports the International Association of Fairs and Expositions as well as the Federation of State and Provincial Association of Fairs.