Lincoln County Fair

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For the last 120 years, the Lincoln County Fair has provided entertainment to thousands of area residents. The children of the county have won blue ribbon after blue ribbon, showing animals of every kind, size and shape. Adults and kids alike have created a masterpiece in art projects. Green thumbs, both novice and pro, have grown vegetables of every variety. It's no secret that the Lincoln County Fair is where it's at. The food is second to none, and the entertainment is first rate. Bring the entire family - come on out and enjoy the fun. You will find something for everyone at the Lincoln County Fair!

Lincoln County Fair

Address : Fairgrounds, 5015 W. Hwy 30 North Platte NE
Phone : 308-534-8191   (Always call and confirm events.)

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