The Divide County Fair in Crosby starts on Friday, June 16. Organizers are planning three days of fun for one and all. I love everything about the fair in Crosby, and when you step onto the grounds, you feel a sense of pride and community. Crosby's residents are not afraid to strike up a conversation, and they are all proud of their fair. Looking at the schedule of events, it looks like there is a lot to see and do! There's ax throwing, a petting zoo, and great entertainment on the free stage.

Friday, June 16

10:00 am - 4H Horse Show

1:00pm - 9:00pm - Petting Zoo

1:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Inflatable Attractions

5:30 pm - Ag Olympics

7:00 pm Barrel Races

Saturday, June 17

8:00 am - Livestock Show & Judging

12:00 pm - Main Street Parade

1:00 pm - Roy Olin Shoot out

3:00 pm - 4H & FFA Auction

7:00 pm Demolition Derby

Sunday, June 18

8:00 am - Boy Scout Pancake Feed

11:00 am - 6:00 pm - Petting Zoo

11:00 am - 6:00 p - Inflatable Attractions

5:00 pm - Steak Fry

Remember, these are just a few of the items listed on the poster. There are other things to see and do. As an added bonus the Divide County Fair offers FREE admission. As I was looking at the event poster that was updated on Tuesday night, I noticed there are 9 food booths to enjoy. When you do the math, that's 3 different booths to eat at daily!

When you stop and think about it, all of our county fairs hold a special place in the hearts of many, offering a nostalgic and vibrant celebration of community. These events bring together people to indulge in the joy of rural traditions, thrilling rides, and delectable treats. Our county fairs showcase the pride of local agriculture, with competitions showcasing prize-winning animals, bountiful harvests, and skilled craftsmanship. They provide a platform for local talent to shine through live performances, exhibits, and friendly competitions. You will see all of this proudly on display in Crosby this weekend!

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