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Scenes From The Stanislaus County Fair
A couple of piglets in the FFA/4-H exhibit barns were passing the time with a little roughhousing while others chose to nap instead.

Closing out a 10-day run, there was plenty of fun for all at the Stanislaus County Fair.

There were displays, rides, games, food, music, exhibits, plenty of competition at the grandstand from demolition derbies to motocross and more. Fairgoers also enjoyed relatively mild July weather, with temperatures primarily in the low 90s during the run, the fair ending on Sunday, July 21 just before the region welcomed in a substantial warm up in temperatures.

Each day also included several different shows on a variety of stages along with a nightly headliner as well as the chance to enjoy a packed midway.

sting rays
Fairgoers could enjoy a little interaction with some stingrays at one of this year’s special exhibits.
Sunset on the final day of the fair, July 21, provided a pretty backdrop for the midway.