The Knox County Fair continues! The Morning Thing crew is sharing fantastic fair finds each morning. This morning, we shared several fantastic finds at this year’s Fair.
The Resource Adventure Zone is the newest attraction at the Knox County Fair this year.
This educational experience is located in the parking area down by the pond on “the back 40.” Guests can participate in continuous activities, free of charge, from 3-6 p.m. on Wednesday 7/29 and Friday 7/31.
WNZR’s Kelsey Bryte talked with Rob Clendening of the Knox Soil and Water Conservation District about this new attraction. Click HERE to hear about the exciting activities.
A shuttle is available to transport fair guests to the Resource Adventure Zone.
Marcy Rinehart and Annabelle Harray shared 2 other Fantastic Finds at the Knox County Fair. Listen HERE to find out where to find the best bathroom and ice cream on the fairgrounds.
FOOD is a BIG part of going to the Fair. Check out this list of the most insane fried foods at fairs across the country.
Do you know how many kids are participating in shows at the Knox County Fair? The numbers are impressive! WNZR’s Kelsey Bryte talked with Andrea Daubenmier, 4H Youth Development/OSU Extension Office. Click HERE to hear how our Knox County kids are involved at the Fair this week.
We shared some history about the Knox County Junior Fair Kings and Queens. Click HERE for the complete list that dates back to 1973. Congratulations to the 2015 Queen, Abby Pozderac from Fredericktown and Caleb Hickman from Mount Vernon. WNZR’s Joe Rinehart talked with Caleb. Click HERE to hear their conversation.
We also shared information about a Kroger spice recall. Click HERE for more information.