It might only be March, but preparations are well underway for the 2013 Wisconsin Valley Fair. It's one of the oldest and largest agricultural fairs in Wisconsin.
You'll still find that delicious fair food of course, rides and even the animals, but as for new and exciting things? The fair administrator says that's still in the works.
"There's just a couple different attractions that we're kind of working on, not sure where that's going to lead us yet, and some really neat ideas that are in the works. Our board is working around the clock really to just just really pull everything together and make the fair something people want to come out and enjoy in the summer," says Fair Administrator Maria Budnik.
The Wisconsin Valley Fair will be held July 30 through August 4th.
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