Despite a lot of events being postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, one local event is still going on as planned.
The Summit County Fair is scheduled to take place starting on July 29 and lasting until Aug. 2.
There will be the usual elements such as rides, games, food, and events that play to the crowds.
However, some adjustments will have to made in the days of the pandemic for who want to attend and stay safe and well.
From WEWS News 5 Cleveland:
To help encourage social distancing practices and protect guests, there will be protocols in place such as mask-wearing and the presence of handwashing and sanitation stations through the fairgrounds.
The sheriff’s office posted a message from the fair board director and the Sheriff’s Safe Communities Coordinator Angela Hawsman.
To gain entry to the Summit County Fair, click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
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