Fairgrounds leases on county agenda

A familiar host and a new promoter are slated to have their lease agreements at the fairgrounds in Luxemburg approved during Tuesday’s Kewaunee County Board meeting. The Kewaunee County Agriculture Association would continue its work cultivating the annual Kewaunee County Fair in Luxemburg as it has for the last century for another two years according to the resolution. New to the fairgrounds is Kiel’s Skyhigh Entertainment, who will be the racetrack’s promoter through 2021. Kewaunee County Board Chairperson Bob Weidner says it is important for the fairgrounds to stay busy throughout the summer.

The fairgrounds will also see a new open-air pavilion added in 2019 to serve as the home for animal shows and livestock auctions. The Kewaunee County Board will meet Tuesday night in Kewaunee at 6 p.m.

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