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Expo Prepares For Jackson County Fair

The fair is just one month away. The commercial vendor list is full but there are still ways to get involved.

Posted: Jun 11, 2018 8:46 AM

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. -- The Jackson County Fair is just one month away and staff with the Expo are hard at work to get the finer details finalized. This year's fair will run from July 11th to the 15th and will come with your favorite fair attractions. 

Expo Director Helen Funk says more than 140 commercial vendors have signed up but that there are still spots for artisan vendors.

"If you're one of those people who likes to create things...anything from palette art to jams, and jellies, and baked goods to quilting or crocheting things... you can [still sign up]," said Funk. "Your entry is due by June 28th."

This year's fair activities include exotic animals, carnival rides, a hypnotist, fair food and much more. 

This year, patrons will have free parking and kids under 12 will get in for free. Sunday at the Fair is also free admission. 

For more information on upcoming events at the expo and the fair schedule, click here.

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