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County fairs fast approaching

After a year away, both the Kewaunee County Fair and the Door County Fair are just weeks away.


The Kewaunee County Fairgrounds held their first judged event on Thursday with the 4-H Dog Show.


The junior fair judging will take place on July 5th, just a few days before the Kewaunee County Fair opens to the public on July 8th.


Exhibitors for the Door County Fair have until July 1st to pre-register their projects for the junior fair and open class competitions. The deadline serves as a precursor for the 150th Door County Fair that begins on July 28th.


After two years of planning for the anniversary event, Tim Ash from the Door County Fair says the final 30-plus days will fly by.

Anxious fairgoers can already get pre-purchase wristbands and booster buttons for the Kewaunee County Fair and the Door County Fair. That includes a special Door County Fair booster button sale at the Door County Co-Op on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with proceeds benefiting the area’s 4-H clubs.



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