Make plans to satisfy your fair food cravings on February 12, 13 & 14.

Local vendors will be serving sweet and savory treats like corndogs, garlic fries, funnel cakes, and hand-spun cotton candy.

Vehicles will enter the fairgrounds off Washington Street and drive through the fairgrounds to order and pick-up food. All guests must remain in their vehicles and wear masks.

Community parade floats will be displayed along with citrus sculptures and still exhibits like art, photography, and class projects.

Plus, local talent will be performing on-grounds (weather dependent), and 4-H youths will showcase their fuzzy farm animals for drive-by viewing. “Little ones” can be signed up for the Timed Trial Baby Derby, happening Saturday, February 13th.

Folks of all ages are encouraged to show off their skills in the virtual Community Talent Showcase, while exhibitors can enter their arts, crafts, and photography.

Finally, the livestock exhibit contest is open to 4-H, FFA, and Open exhibitors and the Cloverdale Cabaret Players will be putting together a video showcasing top performances over the years.