The Wheat Land Communities' Fair Association (WLCFA) was organized over 40 years ago in an effort to continue the tradition of a Fair in Eastern Adams County.  Communities pulled together the creative inspiration and perseverance of many dedicated volunteers, to finance and relocate the Fair to its current location.  The Fair offers many opportunities for families to enjoy fun, exciting, and memorable activities!

As we are a Community Fair, our continued success comes directly from our volunteers who have put in countless hours to maintain the grounds and put on the Biggest Little Fair in Eastern Washington!

The Wheat Land Communities' Fair gets its name not only from the majestic golden grain of the area, but also from the surrounding communities!  The towns of Benge, Lind, Ritzville, and Washtucna - while only a mere shadow of the cities once known as the world's most important grain exporters - are still abundantly wealthy in history, friendliness, and natural beauty.

From its inception in 1981, the Wheat Land Communities' Fair has experienced steady growth. From one building in 1981, to thirteen permanent buildings and an amphitheater that are used year-round, members of the communities have shown their pride in the Fair that is exhibited by hours of work by dedicated volunteers.