LOCKPORT, N.Y. — Fair season is in full swing right now and there's another one about to begin. The Niagara County Fair kicked off on Wednesday.
The fair runs Aug. 3-7 and organizers say it has new entertainment, food, 4-H animals and exhibits, local vendors, and much more.
Admission is $8 a person from Wednesday to Saturday and on Sunday it's $5 a person or $15 a car.
Additionally, veterans and first responders will be able to head to the Niagara County Fair for free on Aug. 7 through Cornell Cooperative Extension Niagara County recent enrollment in in the Niagara County Thank a Vet program.
Still on Aug. 7, the carload price will be discounted by $5 if there is a veteran, active military service member, or first responder in the vehicle.
The opening ceremony was Aug. 3 at 8:30 a.m. The fairgrounds are on Lake Avenue in Lockport.
Tickets for the fair can be purchased both in person and online.