Definition of fairground
: an area where outdoor fairs, circuses, or exhibitions are held —often used in plural with singular construction what a spot for a fairgrounds — W. L. Gresham
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Music, food, and entertainment are all planned for display at a nearby fairground.
The 168th Clermont County Fair kicks off 1 p.m. Sunday, July 23 with the traditional Stonelick Township Firefighters Association’s parade and a 6 p.m. salute to World War II Veterans at the fairgrounds.
Rodeo set for fairgrounds in Yorkville Bareback riding, cowgirls' barrel racing and bull riding will be part of the Fox Valley Pro Rodeo Friday and Saturday at the Kendall County Fairgrounds.
To enter your items, bring them to the fairgrounds on Sunday, July 9, from 1-3 p.m.. Open class exhibits in Home Economics, Horticulture and Fine Art are entered in the William E. Durr Exhibit Barn.
A truck from Lloyd's Towing carried the casket, escorted by tow trucks, police, the Highway Patrol, firefighters and EMS to the county fairground.
Far more people came to Expo 67 than expected, at a time when Canada’s entire population was just 20 million, and the islands were more than just a fairground.
Click on the links for detailed schedules, admission and parking fees and directions to fairgrounds.
Cars should plan on being on the fairgrounds between 2 to 4 p.m. and should enter via Gate B from Gilead Street/Route 85.
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Definition of fairground for English Language Learners
: an outdoor area where fairs, circuses, and exhibitions are held
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Definition of fairground for Students
: an area set aside for fairs, circuses, or exhibitions
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