CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Though the annual Jackson County Fair was largely canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Expo is offering a second helping of fair food this summer after a successful first event in July.
"Since 1859, people have been enjoying the annual Jackson County Fair. This historical COVID experience has allowed the fair industry to make changes in dynamic ways," the Expo said in a statement. "Some changes will stick forever and some will happily fade as we resume our pre-COVID lifestyles again in the future."
The Fair Food Frenzy event returns on Friday and lasts through Sunday, August 16, with vendors open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The Expo promises traditional fair fare including curly fries, corn dogs, funnel cakes, and Hawaiian shaved ice.
"Gather your friends and family to come out for lunch, dinner or just a wonderful snack," the Expo said.
Visitors are asked to enter through Gate 2. Seating areas are not currently available.