At Jefferson County Fairgrounds

by: HOLLY M. GILL - Grand marshal for the fair, Sarah Miller, center, rides with Jim Carroll, her daughter, Kristy, and great-grandaughter, Tylie.The Jefferson County Fair opened Wednesday, July 24, and runs through July 27, with exhibits, rodeos, and carnival fun for the whole family.

Admission is free, so don’t miss the popular Fair Talent Show on Wednesday and Thursday, kids’ games in the pavilion, Family Fun Night, and entertainment by the Concrete Cowboys and Box Canyon Bluegrass bands, and singer Scott Brockett.

See the special fair tab in this week’s paper for a full schedule of events.

Rodeos cost $8 per person, and there is plenty of action, including wild horse and wild donkey races.

The 4-H/FFA Livestock Auction caps off the fair on Saturday, beginning at 5 p.m., followed by the Concrete Cowboys concert at 9 p.m.

The fair’s theme is “80 Years of Cowboy Boots and Country Roots.”

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