CALEDONIA — Rides, animals, tractor pulls, horse shows, and much more are all apart of the Livingston County Fair in Caledonia this week.
The Livingston County Fair has brought laughter and fun to Caledonia for 100 years, and looks again this year to capture the joy.
“There is a wide variety of attractions to see at the fair, and you get it all for one price,” said Michelle Gallagher, Livingston County Fair Board Member.
The price of admission Tuesday is $5, Wednesday through Saturday, $10 with rides, grandstand events, and parking included. Children five and under are free with rides not included.
The Livingston County Fair opens to the public Tuesday at 3 p.m. and will continue on until Saturday, with the gates opening at 1p.m. starting Wednesday.
“The main attraction tends to be the truck and tractor pull along with the demolition derby,” Gallagher said.
The premier of barnyard mud boggers will take place on Thursday. Barnyard mud boggers is where trucks jump over dirt piles, land in the mud and race other trucks around in the mud.
“People do it in the southern tier,” Gallagher said. “It seems to draw a really good crowd.”
For more information about the Livingston County Fair, and for a full schedule of events please visit, www.livingstoncountyfair.org.