Feb. 19-27, 2021 Leave a legacy, live the tradition.
Feb. 19-27, 2021 Leave a legacy, live the tradition.

Home Arts

Show / Contest Coordinator

Home Arts: Crystal Waldron, 352-239-1501

Kitchen: Crystal Hurst, 352-303-1060

Sewing/Needlework:  Jessica Masker, 352-207-1448

More about the Home Arts Contest & Show

Who says kids of today do nothing but go to school and watch television? Take a walk through the Home Arts exhibits, and your faith in Marion County’s youth will be restored!

You will find a delightful array of art work, woodworking, home furnishings, sewing and needlework, and much more. Best of all, every exhibit has been painted, designed, built, or sewn by our youth.The knowledge, skill, and talent of these future citizens are sure to make you proud. Young people are so creative and we are proud to be able to offer them a platform so they can show off the fruits of their labor.

Make a stop at the Home Arts Building a priority and you will be rewarded with a new sense of encouragement about the youth of today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is my child eligible? Any student older than 8 years of age and up, is a member of a 4H club or FFA chapter, and either lives in or attends a school in Marion County.

How much does it cost? $5 entry fee, each piece (max $30 per exhibitor)

2020 Winners


JuniorGeremy Crouch, Dunnellon 4H
Intermediate – Kylie Mae Hurst, Belleview Bald Eagles 4H
Senior – Amelia Clifton, Dunnellon Middle FFA



JuniorEden Hughes, Grandview 4H
Intermediate – Skyler Satterfield, Lucky Learners 4H
Senior – Rossie Bozeman, North Marion High FFA

Thank You Sewing Show Sponsors!

Nails by Jessica at Polished Nail Salon 

Thank You Home Arts Show Sponsors!

Waldron & Son Farms

Wet Hammock Farm


Sponsorship Opportunities

You Can Help

SEYF is a non-profit, and is reliant on help from the community in the form of donations of money, services and time.  Click below to get involved and help us help the youth of Marion County.