A little more than halfway into its 10-day run, the Stanislaus County Fair has plenty to keep fairgoers busy, with non-stop fun running through Sunday, July 23.
Hosted at the fairgrounds in Turlock, each day has its own special feature, from .38 Special taking the main stage on Wednesday, July 19 to Dennis Quaid and the Sharks on Saturday, July 22. There are pig races, high diving pirates, a hypnotist, tractor pulls and destruction derbies, with daily livestock shows, ongoing demonstrations and exhibits and more.
The midway features rides, games, food and beverages and the final day on Sunday, July 23 will see free admission for all up until 3 p.m.
Plenty of local 4-H and FFA members are involved at the fair as well, showing animals and displaying projects.