Osceola County Fair 2018: Five Things To Know
A lot has happened over the last two weeks at the Osceo County Fair.
It’s the first time since the Fair was created in 1878 that a total of five different teams will be competing.
It is a big event that includes a huge carnival that takes place in the middle of the county fairgrounds.
The fairgrounds are still a little under capacity, but a lot of the big-name sponsors and businesses are here, which is a huge plus.
There’s a new, larger fairgrounds open to the public this year.
You can’t get there if you’re planning on attending the Oscias.
That’s going to be a good thing.
The state of Georgia has awarded $3 million in grants to help local governments and community groups maintain the state fairgrounds, which have seen some significant improvements since the late 90s.
That money has been going to the Oscica County Fair Board, which manages the fairgrounds in the county, and to the Georgia Parks and Wildlife Department.
It’s an amazing deal.
I’ve seen a lot more improvements than I’ve ever seen.
I think this is a great time to be back at the fair, and it’s a great opportunity for people to visit the fair.
What to know about the 2018 Osceolias fairgroundsIn 2018, the Osco County Fairgrounds hosted more than 4 million people, according to the city.
The city’s annual budget for 2018 is $8.5 million, according a city news release.