October 2, 2014

Medina
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PHOTOS: A look at Medina County Fair week as it comes to a close

The Medina County Fair ended Sunday, but the memories live on. Here’s some photos from the festivities.

Multicolored lights sparkle on the food wagons at the Medina Fair Friday night. (ALEC SMITH / GAZETTE)

Multicolored lights sparkle on the food wagons at the Medina Fair Friday night. (ALEC SMITH / GAZETTE)

Anne Cowgar, 8, pets Butter Ball, as her sister Samantha, 12, trims her Monday in preparation of a 4H pack goat show at the Medina County Fair. (KATIE ANDERSON / GAZETTE)

Anne Cowgar, 8, pets Butter Ball, as her sister Samantha, 12, trims her Monday in preparation of a 4-H pack goat show at the Medina County Fair. (KATIE ANDERSON / GAZETTE)

10 year old Kallan Hrics, from Sharon Twp., takes a turn on the Sky High Bungy ride during the first day of the Medina County Fair, (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

Kallan Hrics, 10, of Sharon Township, takes a turn on the Sky High Bungy ride during the first day of the Medina County Fair. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

Medina County Deputy Sheriff Cheryl Morris holds two lemurs during the Our Zoo To You show during the first day of the Medina County Fair, (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

Medina County Deputy Sheriff Cheryl Morris holds two lemurs during the Our Zoo To You show during the first day of the Medina County Fair, (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

Bryan Wise, of Our Zoo To You, puts a tarantula on Hunter Betz, from Huntsville, AL., during the first day of the Medina County Fair, (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

Bryan Wise, of Our Zoo To You, puts a tarantula on Hunter Betz, from Huntsville, Alabama, during the first day of the Medina County Fair. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

Alice Rudolph Directs the Middle School Honors Band in a performance of "Happy" by Pharrell Williams at the Medina County Fair on Thursday afternoon. Each year, the fair selects students to form the Medina County Fair Honors Ensembles from students around the county based on the recommendation of their music teachers. Four ensembles performed on Thursday including an Elementary Honors band, choir, youth choir and the Middle School band. (LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE)

Alice Rudolph directs the Middle School Honors Band in a performance of “Happy,” by Pharrell Williams, at the Medina County Fair on Thursday afternoon. Each year, students from around the county are selected for the Medina County Fair Honors Band based on the recommendation of their music teachers. Four ensembles performed on Thursday including an Elementary Honors band, choir, youth choir and the Middle School band. (LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE)

Madison Leeper, 1½, dances along to Pharrell Williams' "Happy," played by the Middle School Honors Band in a performance at the Medina County Fair on Thursday afternoon. Also pictured is her dad, Ryan Leeper, and her grandmother, Deanna Ferry, who's seated next to them. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

Madison Leeper, 1½, dances along to Pharrell Williams’ “Happy,” played by the Middle School Honors Band in a performance at the Medina County Fair on Thursday afternoon. Also pictured is her dad, Ryan Leeper, and her grandmother, Deanna Ferry, who’s seated next to them. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

Nadia Falter, left, Tanner Strebel, center and Trenton Strebel, all from Medina, enjoy a ride on the Downdraft during the first day of the Medina County Fair, (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

Nadia Falter, left, Tanner Strebel, center and Trenton Strebel, all from Medina, enjoy a ride on the Downdraft during the first day of the Medina County Fair, (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)


  • Realistic

    So glad this is over!!! The fair itself needs revamped and done differently. Spread these things out over the full year and user the fairgrounds to their full potential. It needs to be kept up and left as a dump for 51 weeks out of every year!