2017 Forms and Resources

  • Delaware County Fair Job Posting

    Facilities and Grounds Manager

    Do you have experience managing a grounds maintenance staff? Are you good at building a team to get things done? Do you have basic maintenance, carpentry and mechanical skills?

    If you answered yes to these, consider applying for the position open at the Delaware County Fair. The qualified individual will manage the grounds maintenance staff for the purpose of general up keep and repair of grounds, coordinate and prepare grounds and facilities for vendors and rental opportunities, and work with third party contractors as needed, with regard to repairs and up keep. This position is a year-round, exempt position. To apply please send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to General Manager, Delaware County Fair, P.O. Box 1278, Delaware OH 43015 by January 16, 2017.

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Welcome to the OFMA

2017 Ohio Fair Managers Convention  "Its All About YOUth"  is in the Books

Its "All About YOUth" 92nd Annual OFMA Convention ended Sunday in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. The Ohio Fair Managers Association Queen Committee is please to announce that the 2017 Ohio Fairs' Queen will be Crista  Wortkoetter from Williams County Fair. 2016 Ohio Fairs' Queen Mary Buehler on Saturday Morning in front of over 2200 Junior and Senior Fair Representatives announced the Queen and her court. Roger Crawford gave an inspiring Key Note address: "HOW HIGH CAN YOU BOUNCE". Associate Memberships are still being accepted. Please access the forms on this home page under the associates tab. THE OFMA Board of Directors thanks all Fairs and Associates for their support

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.