Considering the first Butler County Fair consisted of a few wagons displaying the latest farm supplies, the fair has worked its way up to provide entertainment for everyone and fun for all ages. From a Mad Cap puppet show each day to a corn hole tournament, visitors can bring anyone to come enjoy the fair. There will be a horticultural and agricultural display and judging, as well as arts and crafts and the usual rides a festival would not be complete without. Each day offers a different activity including a demolition derby, antique tractor pull, a bar rodeo and tug-a-truck. Monday will feature gospel music with bands such as Newsday, Erica Keene and Frantic 180. Cost is $6 for adults and multiple day passes are available. Check out prices and directions at www.butlercofair.com. Noon-11 p.m. Sunday; 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday-Saturday, July 31.
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