Golden Valley County Fair

504 4th St NW
Beach, ND 58621

The first "fair" was held in 1912 and was called the Golden Valley Interstate Fair and was held at the newly created fairgrounds 1 mile west of Beach on what is now Harry Spiegelberg's land.  It included a 1/2 mile race track, well, dining hall, grandstand, stock sheds and a ladies display building.  The original committee consisted of H.C. Calendar, E.L. Holven, J.W. Snow, C.I. Cook, E.E. Noble and J.A. Miller.  The fair continued at this location until sometime during World War I.  In 1923, J.C. Russell, county agent, and a local group reorganized a fall fair but the old fairgrounds were never used.

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