The Hamilton County Fair is back again with its 159th annual celebration. Organizers promise the fair gets “bigger and better each year.”
The Hamilton County Fair is back again with its 159th annual celebration.
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Hamilton County Fair (Courtesy of CityBeat)
CINCINNATI -- The Hamilton County Fair is back again with its 159th annual celebration.
Organizers promise the fair gets “bigger and better each year.”
This year, the fair boasts everything from demolition derbies and motocross to cook-offs and contests to belly dancing, a big cat circus and professional wrestling. There’s even a cow milking demonstration.
For kids, magic shows, puppets and an exotic animal petting zoo are featured daily. And who could forget the festival grub?
Some of Cincinnati’s favorite TV and radio professionals will be slamming into each other in a celebrity demolition derby. WCPO’s Bryce Anslinger and Dan Carroll will be taking part in the event.
There will also be a police K-9 unit demonstration, a big cat circus, horse demonstration and more.
The fair opens at 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday and at 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds in Carthage.
For more information, go to: hamiltoncountyfair.com .