The Best Things About Fair Season

Fair season is almost here and there's a lot to love about it. Here are seven things we love about fair season!

All of the yummy food! We love the candy apples, cotton candy, pork chop sandwiches, barbecue, curly fries...You can't beat fair food.

The 4H competitions. They are tough and you spend so much time preparing, but when it's actually time, it's the best thing all year.

The community! Seeing so many friends and neighbors in one place and making new friends at the events.

The tractor pull. Enough said!

Seeing the animals at the livestock show. It's so much fun to see all the animals, especially the babies. You just have to get used to the smell if you aren't already!

Going on the rides.

Watching the kids get so excited to attend or to show. It feels like Christmas when you get to the fair after you wait so long for that day!

related topics: fun, summer, fair, fair season, livestock, 4H

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