The Heifer Festival

 
                         
Buckeye Bessie says, "Come out rain or shine!"  

10th Annual Heifer Festival
Saturday, September 27th, 2014
10:00am-4:00pm

new venue:
North Union High School
401 N. Franklin St.
Richwood, Ohio

 

 

 

FREE Admission

FREE Parking
FREE Entertainment

Central Ohio:
Thank ewe for your help and generous support of The
Heifer Festival.  We have now donated over $66,000 to Heifer International!

 
Schedule of Events


 

 
Games General
Store
Music

Agricultural Demos

History

Farm Animals Cake Walk Food Teddy Bear Surgery Vendors
Face Painting
Hair Striping
Coloring Contest Auctions Canine Demos Photo
Gallery

         A big to all of our
Proud Heifer Festival Sponsors and Donors!

   

Back from last year: Pet Parade, Pretty Pet Contest, "Blessing of the Animals"

For the Pretty Pet Contest decorate your pets as Heifer International animals to win prizes!

 

   



A Heifer Festival favorite, "Teddy Bear Surgery,"  where damaged stuffed animals can be repaired to their former glory.

 

   

Heifer Festival coloring contest

 

FREE!!!


North Union Elementary School Program

 

CiCi's Pizza


All proceeds benefit the non-profit organization  Heifer International
It is a non-profit organization started over 65 years ago to help fight hunger and poverty.  They provide livestock for families in need.  These animals provide eggs, wool, milk, meat, and even draft power!
After a family’s “gift animal” bears a female offspring then it is given to a neighbor in need.  This “passing on the gift” helps families gain confidence and dignity by helping others in need.
Heifer International is in over 125 countries and has many projects in the United States! 
Please visit their website at www.heifer.org to learn more.
    downloadable Heifer video

Brought to you by the
North Union United Methodist Cooperative

Schedule of Events

Driving Directions Volunteering Contact Us

 

In lieu of an admission fee we are asking that visitors please bring items that can be donated to two local assistance groups.  The Richwood Emergency Assistance Program (REAP) and the North Union Personal Needs Pantry/Free Shop are both running low on items for families in need. 

Donations can be given to gate greeters as you enter the fairgrounds.

Thank ewe!