Fair weather makes Lake County Fair fun in its second day

  • People consider their options on the midway of the Lake County Fair in Grayslake on Saturday.

    People consider their options on the midway of the Lake County Fair in Grayslake on Saturday. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Madison Wenzel, 7, rides a camel as her brother Alex, 6, rides another in the background at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake on Saturday. They are from Lake in the Hills.

    Madison Wenzel, 7, rides a camel as her brother Alex, 6, rides another in the background at the Lake County Fair in Grayslake on Saturday. They are from Lake in the Hills. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Lorelei Zupancic, 6, and her sister Margo, 3, both of Hawthorn Woods grab a quick lunch during the opening day of the Lake County Fair Friday in Grayslake.

    Lorelei Zupancic, 6, and her sister Margo, 3, both of Hawthorn Woods grab a quick lunch during the opening day of the Lake County Fair Friday in Grayslake. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Brady Lohmeyer, 6, left and his brother Peyton, 8, of Barrington, enjoy the Baja Buggy ride during the opening day of the Lake County Fair Friday in Grayslake. Also pictured in back is 6-year-old Jack Kainz also of Barrington.

    Brady Lohmeyer, 6, left and his brother Peyton, 8, of Barrington, enjoy the Baja Buggy ride during the opening day of the Lake County Fair Friday in Grayslake. Also pictured in back is 6-year-old Jack Kainz also of Barrington. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald Report
Updated 8/2/2021 7:05 AM

Clear skies and mild temperatures greeted festival goers as the Lake County Fair entered its second day Saturday.

The fair features live music, camel and pony rides, a vaccination clinic, a tractor display, traditional midway rides and more. It resumes Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., including a noon performance by Zydeco Voodoo, a demolition derby at 1 p.m. and performances by Roger That at 3 p.m. and Brecken Miles at 5 p.m.

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