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Black and white photo of the Taylor Farm Festival. A crowd of people standing around a large white tent.
Taylor Farm Festival January 1942 at Lake Drive and Davis Street in Taylor, TX. 

The Why!

The county fair tradition is woven into the fabric of nearly every American community. It presents opportunities for young people to foster life skills such as communication, leadership, goal setting, work ethic, responsibility and sportsmanship. Community engagement and youth education in agriculture are the focuses of the Williamson County Fair and Rodeo. In future years, the development of a scholarship program will provide deserving Williamson County students with scholarships to colleges and universities.

The How!

In December, the Williamson County Commissioners Court approved an agreement with the Williamson County Fair Association relating to funding the county’s first fair and rodeo in 2020. The agreement states that Williamson County will fund $100,000 to be used as seed money for the Williamson County Fair Association. The association will reimburse the county within four years, or the Commissioners Court has the ability to forgive all or a portion of that amount.

The What!

The mission of the Williamson County Fair and Rodeo is to provide a fun, family event that educates the public, promotes agriculture, and brings communities together to celebrate the traditions of Williamson County.

Photo provided by the Taylor Library Archives

Thank you!

Thank you, Williamson County, for the opportunity to serve you in this capacity. We are extremely passionate about our vision as well as our mission and we welcome you to come be part of the journey and the legacy we are creating for the families of Williamson County.
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