Anoka County Fair photo slideshow

The Anoka County Fair wrapped up Sunday, July 28. For six days, fair guests enjoyed 4-H project demonstrations, horse rides and shows, a rodeo, motocross racing and of course food and carnival rides,

Two-year-old twins Brynlie and Brody Wold and their 4-year-old brother Evan wheel through the Anoka County Fairgrounds in a wagon powered by their father. Chad Wrobel of Andover pours corn into the grinder as he and his father Gary demonstrate the power of Two Putt Putts and Their Machines at the Old Farm Place. Allie Briley of Andover helps her grandson Cooper Simpson color a giant Anoka County Fair mural on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Jaxson Holler of Oak Grove tries a Farmall on for size when he and his family stopped by the Anoka County Fair on closing day, July 28. Vickie Wendel shares secrets of the Singer sewing machine as part of the Anoka County Historical Society’s presence in the Old Farm House. Max Musenbroch (center) gets caught in a tractor jam as kids maneuver miniature sized Farmalls, John Deeres and Case tractors around the Old Farm Place at the Anoka County Fair. Brothers Andy and James Boyer get a close look at a miniature mock-up of the Civil War Battle of Little Round Top in Gettysburg. Ryan Hommes (not pictured) of the Columbus Cavaliers 4-H Club made the model and displayed it during the Anoka County Fair. Photos by Sue Austreng
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Brothers Andy and James Boyer get a close look at a miniature mock-up of the Civil War Battle of Little Round Top in Gettysburg. Ryan Hommes (not pictured) of the Columbus Cavaliers 4-H Club made the model and displayed it during the Anoka County Fair. Photos by Sue Austreng