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CSU at the State Fair in Pueblo Aug. 26-Sept. 5

August 15, 2011

CSU's building at the State Fair in Pueblo boasts 12,000 square feet of space that houses 4-H and youth activities and showcases CSU's statewide agencies, displays and other programs.

The CSU Building at the State Fair features displays and activities from all three campuses — CSU, CSU-Pueblo, and the CSU-Global Campus.

August 26-September 5
Colorado State Fairgrounds
1001 Beulah Avenue, Pueblo

Colorado State University will be hosting fun and educational opportunities in Pueblo at the Colorado State Fair. All activities are free and open to the public.

12,000-square-foot facility

The university will host events in the  Colorado State University Building at the State Fair. Inside the nearly 12,000-square-foot facility, CSU staff will features:

The facility, formerly the Natural Resources Building, is located on the Colorado Concourse just inside the Arroyo Avenue Gate 2 entrance. The Colorado State University Building will be open for visitors each day throughout the Colorado State Fair.

4-H activities on display, including archery range

The Colorado State University Building will be open for visitors each day during the Colorado State Fair.

A large portion of the space inside the Colorado State University Building will be dedicated to 4-H and youth activities, including the popular archery range. 4-H has been in Colorado for more than a century and serves as an educational program for the nation’s youth.

Today, 4-H meets the needs of and engages young people in positive youth development experiences.

2011 State Fair headline events

CSU's activities and events will be riding on the coattails of some of this year's spectacular attractions at the fair:

  • Little Big Town
  • Martina McBride
  • Blake Shelton
  • PRCA Rodeo

More info about these and other headline events at the fair.


Contact: Jim Beers
E-mail: Jim.Beers@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-6401