I love the Bazaar because it reminds me of a (much more compact) world market. There are so many vendors selling unique, hand-made goods and there's cuisine representing cultures all over the world. I can't wait to get a Mediterranean lemonade, buy some jewelry, and see Dosh & Maria Isa perform this year!
CHS Miracle of Birth Center
There's nothing that brightens a girl's day quite like adorable baby animals.
Fine Arts Building
I love that in the midst of food, fun and all of the other attractions, there's an art gallery!
Agriculture Horticulture Building
Besides the beautiful gardens that surround this building, I love looking at the entries for the flowers, fruit and wine competitions.
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Sweet Martha's Cookies!
At some point in the day (or twice, if I've got my sweet tooth on), I MUST get my cookie on! Lines don't seem to be as long at about 5:30-6pm....
Lee& Rose Warner Coliseum
Growing up a city kid, I loved going into the Coliseum to see the horse shows, both the English and the Western-- totally different, but still they show off the best of the animal & handler.
Now that it's completely remodeled and doesn't feel like a fire hazard, the International Bazaar is a GREAT place to find ethnic deals! From purses to toys, dresses to leather goods, live music and amazing cultural food choices-- the IB has it ALL!
From the Grandstand to the Leinie's Bandshell-- you MUST check out the talented musicians that give the fair it's groove! Ecclectic and amazing-- most of the stages are always packed with someone getting down with their favorite music!
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Deep Fried Cheese Curds
Only the booth inside the food building. Great to share with friends.
Always enjoy one bite from a friend.
Andy's Grill Burgers
Not so much for the food as for the show. Always fun except they don't let me dance along.
Cotton Candy (pink on a paper stick)
Because you're never to old for the sweet sugar deliciousness.