Mission: Operation of an annual state fair. The tanana valley state fair association seeks to highlight and enhance appreciation for interior alaska by showcasing competitive and commercial exhibits during their annual fair with community appeal. The fair educates and entertains all participants by providing opportunities to share a rich variety of individual and community endeavors. The fair encourages and welcomes involvement by all.
Programs: The annual fair is a community gathering point featuring family fun for all, including livestock, games, rides, an amusement park, horse shows, arts and crafts, competitive exhibits, quilt shows, giant cabbages, contests, special events, and two outdoor stages with free entertainment daily. More than 200 booths can be found at the fair. These booths provide goods, food and information on community services, programs, and opportunities. Attendance at the 2017 fair was approximately 87,000.