4-H rabbit show on Feb. 29 in North Bend

The show is open to the public. There is no admission for spectators.

  • Friday, February 21, 2020 1:30am
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                                The Snoqualmie Valley Evergreens 4-H club will host a rabbit show on Feb. 29 in North Bend.

Courtesy photo The Snoqualmie Valley Evergreens 4-H club will host a rabbit show on Feb. 29 in North Bend.

The Snoqualmie Valley Evergreens 4-H club will host a rabbit show in North Bend.

The show, a first for the club, will be on Feb. 29 at Sallal Grange in North Bend (1060 Stilson Ave. SE).

Check in starts at 9 a.m. and the show begins at 9:45 a.m. Evergreen members and the members of any other 4-H King County club can enter a rabbit into the competition.

A 4-H qualifying show for the King County Fair, the show will include fitting and showing, and a contest to test skills, knowledge and confidence of the exhibitor. Following fitting and showing, a judge will evaluate by type, comparing the breed to others in its class.

Entry fee is $3 per rabbit for fitting and showings, $3.50 for type if registered by 6 p.m. on Feb. 22, or $6 for type if registered on the day of the show.

To register, email sv4hentries@gmail.com with child’s name, age, grade, and 4-H club, plus the ear number, breed, variety, age, and sex of the rabbit.

The show is open to the public. There is no admission for spectators. Limited parking is available. Auction items and refreshments will be sold and proceeds go back to Sno Valley Evergreens 4-H club.

Email svevergreens4h@gmail.com with any other questions.

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