POSTED: Friday, August 15th, 2014 ---- 6:30 p.m.
An endless supply of funnel cakes, cotton candy and snow cones; along with rides galore! The Grant County Fair is proving to have something for the young and the young at heart.
"We pride ourselves on the Grant County Fair, we love to see 4-H come in; show their exhibits, show off their livestock. They've worked so long all year to be able to bring their items here," said Fair Manager, Amy Olson.
A major attraction, the livestock teaching kids responsibility at a young age like 5-year-old Amelia and her calf Miranda. She said, "we put her in a little calf park where all of the other calves are." And earning awards along the way- like Raisin. Brandi, Raisin's owner explained, "I showed her today and she gets judged on her posture and what she looks like."
Kids are showing their animals all weekend. The fair runs through Sunday.. Gates open at 8am, it's$5 to get in and parking is free
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