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The Stephens County Free Fair is Aug 24th-26th

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DUNCAN, OK (KSWO)- The 110th annual Stephens County Free Fair is being held in Duncan this weekend. Stop by the Stephens County Fair and Expo Center August 24th through the 26th for family-friendly entertainment. The fair, at the Stephens County fairgrounds, started with some livestock judging events this morning.

There are lots of other exhibits to see -- from sewing to photography, to crafts. There will be live entertainment, a trade show, a rodeo, arts and crafts and a carnival with amusement rides. And, don’t forget the food! There will be homemade pie by the slice, barbecue brisket sandwiches, Indian tacos, charcoal-grilled hamburgers and much more.

The fair's board secretary tells us she looks forward to the fair every year:

“It's really kind of a neat opportunity for people the whole community to come together from different walks of life to be involved in one event in our community,” said Kathy Shorter.

The rodeo starts tomorrow night at 8. That is a two-night event.

Remember to bring your wallet! Tickets will be on sale for the rodeo and amusement rides. And, you don’t want to miss out on the large array of vendors. The fair will wrap up on Saturday around 9:00 p.m. so you have plenty of time to go out and enjoy.

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