After a successful opening night, the Pulaski County Regional Fair continues this evening with carnival rides, food and craft vendors, livestock exhibits, and more.
Past Fair President James Rinck says one of this evening’s highlights is a dog fun show that proved a very popular fair feature last year.

Dog show registration will be held this evening at 7:30 in the arena and the dog fun show will begin at 8 o’clock.
A lamb and goat show will take place at 5 p-m in the livestock barn.
The fair will open at 4 o’clock and carnival rides will begin running at 5 o’clock. There is no general admission cost to attend the Pulaski County Fair and its attractions in the St. Robert Community Center and Park through Saturday night. Unlimited carnival ride armbands will be offered at a reduced price. Parking is free.
An ATV Rodeo will be one of Friday evening’s highlights and a Hanging For Eight Extreme Bullriding competition will be one of Saturday night’s big attractions.