The order stopped some shows at the Canfield Fair from happening as normal.
Volunteers kept busy for the six days the fair was open and will have a lot of work to do after the fair closes Monday night.
On Saturday alone, more than a dozen children were separated from their parents or other adults at the Canfield fair.
The fair is almost set to get underway.
Heavy traffic is expected and express routes have been set up.
The fair has 900 food vendors and expects 300,000 visitors.
State testing keeps popping up as a reason to start classes earlier.
The weather forecast looks good for the 170th edition of the fair.
A ban on birds will mean no waterfoul or poultry at this year’s Canfield Fair.
Those backups on the southbound 11 ramp to 224 could be reduced with a new driving lane.
The fair doesn’t open until September 2nd, but things are happening.
The Grammy and CMA Award-winning group will perform September 3.
Olivia Wince, a senior at South Range, has taken chickens to the fair for more than 10 years.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture instituted the ban Tuesday.
Musical entertainment will be presented this year on different nights than it has in years past.
About 600 runners hit the pavement for this year’s Jingle Bell Run.
While attendance was down a bit from last year, vendors say it was a pretty good week for their pockets.
Hundreds of vendors and all those lights add up to hefty bills at the Canfield Fair.
The American Red Cross is in urgent need of blood, despite an increase in donations.
Rotary clubs teamed up at the fair to educate and hydrate the public.