MORRIS – The 65th annual Otsego County Fair started off strong on Tuesday according to fair manager Judy Harris. Entry was free for the opening day and hosted a variety of events, including 4-H animal shows, the Blue Ribbon Cloggers and a parade and fireworks show to close out the evening.
“We’ve had a great turn out so far,” said Harris. She cited one of the biggest draws as being the animal competitions and said people had been setting up all weekend in preparation. “It’s an agricultural fair ... so there are plenty of animals ... we’ve had an increase in almost every category this year.”
Fair admission prices are $5 for adults, $2.50 for youth and free for children 7 and under. There are also be season passes available at the fair office, which include parking costs. Grandstand admission is $5.