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Fun at the Head of the Lakes Fair

Updated: July 12, 2018 07:59 PM

There was plenty to do at day three of the Head of the Lakes Fair in Superior. Some of today's activities included Senior Bingo, a horse demonstration, the Douglas County Beef Improvement Association Beef Auction, and live music with the band The Most Wanted.

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Gate admission is $8 for adults and $5 for children and seniors. A day pass wrist band for fair rides is $20.

Crash Carlson, Director of the Fair, said, "That arm band is good from 11 o'clock in the morning to 11 o'clock at night. You can ride until you can't ride anymore."

Carlson says to bring the kids, because tomorrow is Kid's Day.

The kids will also love the free petting zoo, which is brand new this year, Carlson said. The live music is also free, with different bands performing through Saturday.

Saturday is also the day of the Wisconsin State Fair Qualifier Talent Show. Carlson says you can still register for the Talent Show online if you're interested, and there will be cash prizes totaling to $14,500.

Of course, it wouldn't be a fair without fair food. Carlson says this year, they're bringing back fan favorites.

"We have corn! That's been lacking here for a few years, we got it back," said Carlson.

The fair will continue through Sunday, concluding with a demolition derby.

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