Caruthers Fair opening for 82nd year
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A Valley tradition dating back decades is kicking-off Wednesday morning.
Organizers say the Caruthers District Fair is the largest free-admission fair in the state.
Over the next four days the event is expected to draw a crowd of more than 100-thousand people.
The fair is primarily funded through the sale of raffle tickets. This year's tickets are $5 dollars, and a 2012 Ford Mustang will be raffled off as the grand prize.
The fair kicks off Wednesday and runs through Saturday.
Organizers say there will be free entertainment, carnival rides, motorcycle races, livestock judging and a fireworks show.
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