As state and county fairs across the country are canceled due to COVID-19, the Belle Plaine Herald is pleased to present an online

As state and county fairs across the country are canceled due to COVID-19, the Belle Plaine Herald is pleased to present an online, multi-media experience for the community to participate in and showcase their projects and talents.

As state and county fairs across the country are canceled due to COVID-19, the Belle Plaine Herald is pleased to present an online, multi-media experience for the community to participate in and showcase their projects and talents.

The 2020 Summer Fair Experience will be a collection of fair events and exhibits that are typically held at local fairs during the summer. Throughout the week, the Summer Fair Experience will feature stories, photos and videos on performers, animal shows, motocross, a virtual car show, local band live streams, and more.

This virtual celebration kicked off Monday, July 27, with a week-long schedule of daily features, including a historical photo gallery, comic stunt juggler Tuey Wilson, Motokazie Supercross, Minnesota Valley Riders Saddle Club Horse Show, Old West Society, 4-H- submitted photos and videos, as well as live streams of musical entertainment.

The Herald is still seeking submissions for the virtual 4-H and Classic Car Show as well as any interesting stories or photos from past fairs. If you are interested in participating, email belleplaineherald@gmail.com, or tag us on all social media. Content may be featured in print and online versions of the Herald.

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