Information   *  ScheduleClass List Entry Form  *  Sponsorship Opportunities
 *  Poster Class  *  Photo Show
Fiber Classes  *  Fleece Entry Tag  *  Workshops 
Directions & Lodging *
Thanks to our Generous Sponsors!
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The Event Where Everyone Is A Star!

Frequently Asked Questions

1. 

Friday & Saturday night dinners are free for exhibitors.  Can parents or family members not in the show join the dinner also?    

Yes, absolutely!  The Friday night dinner is only $5.00 for each exhibitor's family member.  You may purchase a dinner ticket at the showThe wonderful cook out on Saturday is compliments of Hubbard Feed Co. and generously includes all the show participants and family members!  Please be sure to thank Mark Foerder from Hubbard Feeds!

2. Is there a charge for leasing animals?  Do we need to supply feed for leased animals for the weekend?

No.  There is no fee.  We will assign you a "lloaner llama" and although you need to help with care, grooming, and pen cleaning, you do not need to supply the animal's feed.

3. Are the hotels close by?  Which do you recommend?

There are quite a few hotels close by in both Fishers and Noblesville.  Book early as there are concerts in the summer in Noblesville that fill up the hotels.  
4. Are the 4-H kids and the ALSA kids in the same show?

No.  There are two separate shows with separate awards, ribbons, and cash prizes.  4-H kids compete against only 4-H kids.  ALSA kids compete only against ALSA kids.  The clerk knows how to separate the scores.  You may only enter one show - ALSA or 4-H.  You can not enter both shows.  All other events are combined and are a blast!
5. Are the class sizes large?

Yes, we have good attendance at the Youth Jamboree.  However, all our age divisions are divided into two separate classes - A & B, both with ribbons and cash premiums, so youth are participating in smaller classes with more winners.  We place the Top Ten in all classes!

6. Did I read something about Breakfast also?

Yes.  There will be complimentary breakfast offerings on Saturday morning.

       For  All  ALSA  Youth  &  4-H  Youth!
2 Complete Youth Shows, Many Workshops, and Plenty of Fun! 

Don't miss this ninth annual National Youth Event!
Just outside Indianapolis, IN
One total fee - $50.00

Fee includes show entry fees, stall fees, seminars, workshops, and 
two dinners, and all fun activites - all with awards and prizes!  
Fiber Workshops will be an additional $3 for kits to work with.
Additional Options
One Day Seminar Fee - $35.00
Can't trailer your animals?  Call to arrange a "loaner llama" to show!

What are you waiting for?
Mark Your Calendars Now             Don't Miss The Fun
Premiums, Ribbons, Prizes, & Fun
Showing Seminars * Animal Care Workshops * Five Individual Fiber Workshops
Youth Fiber Show  *  Poster Classes  *  Photo Show

Additional Challenges:
  Skillathon, Youth Judging, Farmer Olympics, 
Performance Champions, Versatility Champions
The Amazing Race Obstacle Challenge

Fun:
  Farmer Olympics, Auction,
Scavenger Collage Challenge 

 Meet other Llama Youth from around the Country.

We promise you a fantastic weekend at this third
 annual National Youth Event!


Sponsorships are needed to balance our low weekend fees.
  All Sponsorships will be used for class premiums.
Your generous help will be greatly appreciated!!  
See our Sponsorship opportunities here.
Thanks to our generous sponsors!

Show Superintendent:  Marilyn Nenni & Belinda Arnold

To be held at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds, Noblesville, IN 46060

Plan now to attend this third National All American Youth Jamboree & Conference.  


Email with questions, comments, volunteers, and/or sponsorships!

Thanks to our generous sponsors!
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Information   *  ScheduleClass List Entry Form   Sponsorship Opportunities
Sweepstakes Obstacle  *   Sweepstakes Obstacle Entry Form  *  Poster Class
Fiber Classes  *  Fleece Entry Tag  *  Workshops  *  Committees
Directions & Lodging


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