Klamath Falls, Ore. – Organizers are expecting a record turnout for this year’s Klamath County Fair.
A crowd of nearly 5,000 packed the Event Center for a Dustin Lynch concert on opening night of the fair Thursday.
But for Jack Hansen, the rides are the best part of the fair – particularly the ‘Cliff Hanger’.
“It’s never scary.” Notes Hansen. “But it’s really fun.”
There’s a wide variety of tasty treats in the food court, and some old favorites.
“It’s all wonderful.” Says food vendor Christy Nichols. “But I have to admit to a little bit of bias when I indicate that it is Italian sausage, because this is my husband’s own recipe for sausage.”
Mallory Edmonds of the Poe Valley 4-H group is at the fair with her pig, ‘Chris P. Bacon’.
Edmonds says she has mixed emotions about Sunday’s Rotary Livestock Auction…
“I’m excited, because I’m going to get money – but I’m kind of sad, because I really like my pig.”
The Great Northwest Pro Rodeo busts out of the gate tonight and Saturday night at 7:pm.
The Rotary Livestock Auction will get underway Sunday afternoon at one.
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