GREENE COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - The Greene County Fair started last weekend. News 10 traveled to Bloomfield as organizers and 4-H participants were showing off there animals and exhibits.
Monday, there was a horse and pony show. It lasts until Saturday, July 20. Of course there will be lots of great events, including animal exhibits and a truck and tractor show.
They've even added some new events this year, like a zip line. So far organizers say the turnout has been fantastic.
"This saturday which is normally just 4-hers, we had a lot of visitors coming through. We had probably thousands of people on the fairgrounds over the past weekend which is our biggest crowd we've ever had," fair organizer Malea Huffman said.
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