TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WAWV/WTWO) – Vigo County Fairgrounds kicked off another year of entertainment and agriculture for the Wabash Valley.
The fairgrounds was filled with rides, antique tractors, and over 50 vendors for opening day July 9th.
Visitors could also visit the barns at no cost to see some livestock, provided by 4-h.
Fairgrounds Manager Jenny Hamilton says it’s important to keep entertainment affordable for the community.
“Not many county fairgrounds are sitting in the center right in the heart of your community,” Hamilton said.” “It’s a great way to come down and support your local 4-H kids and support your local fairgrounds.”
More information on fair schedules and costs can be found on their website.