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Monday, August 8, 2016

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Seth Chwast "Energy in Art" Exhibit

Seth Chwast "Energy in Art" Exhibit

Seth Chwast Art Exhibit
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016 (All day)
Event Category: 

Seth was diagnosed at 21 months as autistic and at age 18 was evaluated resulting in a career recommendation of "dry mopping".  At age 20 he took his first art class and by 23 was a featured artist on The Today Show.  Now 33, Seth has exhibited at the Cleveland Clinic, The Natural History Museum, hospitals, museums and universities throughout America.  In 2011, Seth came in first place in a world-wide United Nations competition and his art was placed on a postal stamp to promote autism awareness.  Internationally he has exhibited in Galapagos, Cayman, Curacao, Kiev and The United Nations.  In August Seth and his mother Debra will spend 30 days in France while his art is exhibited in several provinces across France.  

We will move into The Sustainability Center after the opening ceremony to cut the ribbon and open the art exhibit.  Cake will be served in celebration of the exhibit.  Seth and his mother Debra will be on site to meet and greet visitors.  Debra will give a brief presentation on Seth's "journey into art" and the challenges and rewards of autism. As it turns out, two of Seth's favorite things are amusement parks and wind turbines.  We got that!

 

Mon, August 8, 2016 (All day) Sustainability Center
 
Fair Daily Features

Fair Daily Features

Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016 (All day)
Event Category: 

Fair Daily Features (SPD = Shows Per Day)
Professsor Bubblemaker - 3SPD
Haunted House & The Beast - All Day
Wade Henry - All Day
Chainsaw Woodcarvers - All Day
World Champion Long Horn Steer (S. Midway)
Jungle Bob (Strolling)
Daily Honey Extractions in the Bee Barn - See sandwich board in Bee Barn

Mon, August 8, 2016 (All day)
 
Milking Cow

Milking Cow

Milking Cow
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016 (All day)
Stage: 
Event Category: 

If your kids weren't raised on a farm, it's likely they've never had the experience of milking a cow.  Well, the Cuyahoga County Fair has the answer.  Bring your kids into the Sheep Barn, where just to the right of the entrance, you'll see our Milking Cow.  She's a very placid cow, largely because she's made out of plastic, but she does produce milk, which is kind of miraculous when you think about it.  Your kids will have an udderly fantastic time, so bring a bowl of dry cereal, and have at it.

Mon, August 8, 2016 (All day) Sheep Barn
 
5:00pm
Ribbon Cutting
Parade & Opening Ceremony

Parade & Opening Ceremony

Ribbon Cutting
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
5:00pm to 6:30pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

The Parade will start at Gate 1 and wind its way to the Gazebo where the Opening Ceremony and Ribbon Cutting will be held.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
5:00pm to 6:30pm
Stage/Location:
Gazebo
 
6:00pm
Joe Rollin Porter
Joe Rollin Porter Solo Performance

Joe Rollin Porter Solo Performance

Joe Rollin Porter
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Event Category: 

Web: joerollinporter.com

"Where has this guy been hiding?" That's a common question at Joe Rollin Porter's performances. The answer is irrelevant; what matters is that his music is here now. 

Joe's fingerstyle acoustic guitar playing and vocals transcend genre and style, viscerally connecting with music lovers of widely diverging tastes. His live performance can bring a room full of loud distracted drinkers to a hushed silence, hanging on every note. The music primarily consists of Joe's own arrangements of traditional American folk songs, with a dose of early rural blues and an occasional dash of Celtic flavor as well. The end product is truly unique. 

Joe does not attempt to "authentically" replicate old-time music. Nor does he try to modernize the old songs to make them appeal to contemporary commercial tastes. Rather, after years of absorbing and internalizing traditional folk music, the songs flow out as natural self-expression. The result is an individual artistic statement that injects new life and energy into the folk tradition, keeping the heritage alive and growing. 

If you don't care about any of that, but you like great fingerstyle guitar playing, or simply enjoy high quality entertainment, Joe provides that too.

The music speaks for itself, but the following are a few attempts to describe it from some admirers: 

"Rich authentic vocals" "Interesting & provocative 
vocal modulations" 

"Nice textured depth & intricate tension/compliment 
between guitar & vocals" 

"sometimes sounds like 2-3 guys playing at the same time"

"very mature rhythmic phrases and changes" 

"A lot of really complex things are going on in that music, 
but it's great for just tapping your toes, too!" 

Joe's first album "Troubles Just Like Mine" (available at cdbaby.com/cd/jrporter and digstation.com/JoeRollinPorter) is an impressive achievement. With all basic guitar and vocal tracks being live simultaneous takes, and only a minimum of backing vocals and hand percussion added to round out the listening experience, it provides a reasonably faithful representation of his live performances as well. 

Joe is a life-long resident of Ohio currently residing in Cleveland, and has played guitar for over 30 years.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Stage/Location:
CBS Stage in the Beer Garden
 
Live Home & Hobby Demonstrations
Live Craft Demonstrations
Mon, August 8, 2016,
6:00pm to 10:00pm
Stage/Location:
Home & Hobby Building
 
6:30pm
Angelina Rose & Stee Bax of Hoopernova
Learn to Hula Hoop

Learn to Hula Hoop

Angelina Rose & Stee Bax of Hoopernova
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
6:30pm to 9:00pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

Various representatives from Hoopernova will be on hand all week, teaching Hula Hoop technique before their performances, including night glow hooping shows.  Fortunately, two of the best hoopers in the world are from the Cleveland area: Stee Bax and Angelina Rose (performing in the video below).  You will be amazed what each can do with a hula hoop. 

Stee Bax is based out of Solon, Ohio, she has performed at professional sporting events, live concerts, conventions, in music videos, photo shoots, and more. She performs single hoop dances with fire, LED, and day-taped hoops. Additionally, Stee Bax hosts fitness demonstrations on Hula Hooping, so if you're looking for a good way to work off those elephant ears, look no further.  

Angelina Rose has spread her own unique combination of dance and light painting throughout the Great Lakes region and beyond. In between her world travels, she teaches children of all ages Hoop Dance at a local Parma studio. Find out more at the Hula Hoop lessons that will be at the Cuyahoga County fair this year!

Mon, August 8, 2016,
6:30pm to 9:00pm
Stage/Location:
South Midway
 
Oldies Salute with Brian Brenner
Oldies Salute Stage Show with Brian Brenner

Oldies Salute Stage Show with Brian Brenner

Oldies Salute with Brian Brenner
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Event Category: 

While Brian has thrilled audiences nationwide with his electrifying salute to the King of Rock & Roll, he has also been called upon to reproduce the works of other notable celebrities, from Las Vegas crooners like Wayne Newton, to country stars.  In this Oldies Salute, Brian Brenner will amaze you with his virtuosity while bringing back to life some of your favorite tunes from days gone by.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Stage/Location:
Old Barn Pavilion
 
7:00pm
Illusionist John Bloom - "Imagine"

Illusionist John Bloom - "Imagine"

Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
7:00pm to 8:00pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

For nearly twenty-five years Grand Stage Illusionist and Master Magician John Steven Bloom has been wowing audiences and garnering critical acclaim for his special blend of magic, humor and family entertainment. Touring, public speaking and giving back to the community adds to the appeal of this already multi-faceted performer.

With a flexible show that crosses demographics Mr. Bloom has appeared with rock legends Alice Cooper, Neal Schon and Kevin Cronin, comedian'Weird Al' Yankovic and country stars and actors such as Pam Tillis and Billy Bob Thornton, to name a few. John has been seen on international stages, headlined at the Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas and has been featured on statewide televised programs. Most enjoyable, perhaps, are the many opportunities for his full-length. fully-staged productions in local and regional performance venues which include his entire family.

While John is proud of many achievements within his craft he is most pleased with having been the first magic act accepted into both the Greater Columbus Arts Council and the Ohio Arts Council's Fee Support/Ohio Artists on Tour roster. In addition, he is an Ohio Performer's Showcase feature act and is regularly requested by Fortune 500 companies as a motivational speaker. His ability to meld magic and music into product promotion has boosted customer service for WalMart, Con-Agra Foods and Schering-Key labs, among others.

Mr. Bloom is a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, IBM Ring 161 in Akron (and 10th year as Ring president), the Society of American Magicians, the prestigious Magic Circle of London, England and is a lifetime member of both the International Magic Society and the Magician's Alliance of Eastern States.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
7:00pm to 8:00pm
Stage/Location:
Gazebo
 
4-H Animal Science Showcase
4-H Animals Science Showcase

4-H Animals Science Showcase

4-H Animal Science Showcase
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
7:00pm to 8:00pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

Do you like animals? Do you like Science? Well this is the show for you!

Located in the Cow Palace, this 4-H exhibit will have you intrigued as scientist present interesting facts about many of the animals you see at the fair.

Missed this event? This showcase takes place twice daily.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
7:00pm to 8:00pm
Stage/Location:
Cow Palace
 
8:00pm
Cuyahoga County Fair Demolition Derby
Demolition Derby Preliminary Round 1

Demolition Derby Preliminary Round 1

Cuyahoga County Fair Demolition Derby
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016, 8:00pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

Entry Forms

  • Click Here to download the Entry Form for the Demolition Derby, Youth Demolition Derby, Figure 8 Racing & Power Wheels Derby
  • Entries may also be submitted online at JM Productions

Rules

 


 

DEMO DERBY ROUND ONE QUALIFIER

With FEATURED EVENT – YOUTH DEMOLITION DERBY (age 12 and up)

When: Mon, Aug 8th at 8:00pm
Tickets: $8 (Tickets available at the Grandstand box office. Ticket price does NOT include regular Fair Gate admission of $7, which must be paid separately)

​For spectators, it kind of goes without saying that you shouldn't try this at home (unless you really don't like your home). Fire crews will be on hand, along with a grandstand packed with cheering fans, as The World's Largest Demo Derby returns to the Fair. And if you thought Jack Nicholson knew something about road rage, you ain't seen nothin' yet! So come on out, and watch resale values plummet as an odd lot of maladjusted individuals crash tons of metal into each other... for fun!

YOUTH DEMOLITION DERBY

Youth Demolition DerbyHave an appetite for destruction, but not quite old enough to drive yet?--no problem! Your first driving lesson will involve perpendicular parking your car into another car (hands at 10 and 2).  Lesson two will involve lane changes. Our advice?  Don't forget to signal and check your blind spot. Otherwise, you may not hit something... and you definitely want to hit something!  When all's said and done, you may just take home a trophy to wow your first driving instructor... and a cash prize to pay for all the extra lessons you'll need to overcome the bad habits instilled during the Youth Demolition Derby!

 

Mon, August 8, 2016, 8:00pm
Stage/Location:
Grandstand
 
Wade Henry
Wade Henry

Wade Henry

Wade Henry
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
8:00pm to 8:30pm
Event Category: 

Wade Henry hails from a long line of freedom-fighting Irish settlers who homesteaded in Manitoba in the 1700's and 1800's. It was in this Canadian West that Wade started training for his life as a performing artist.

Wade's inclination towards danger became apparent when, as a toddler, he was found riding bareback on his grandmother's german shephard.

Not long after the family's move to Pocatello, Idaho, Wade's father—perhaps to spare area canines—gave him a pony for Chistmas. His trusty steed at the ready, Wade adopted a "Cowboy Spirit," which he describes as: "...a certain attitude that most ideally fits the American man. It includes integrity, honesty and courage...along with a high esteem for family, a need for personal liberty, a spiritual element, and of course, a sense of humor. Further, the cowboy is a bit of a show-off. He values his own unique skills and abilities, and enjoys testing and improving them—whether in front of a rodeo crowd, or many miles from town as the sun sets."

Something of a nomad, Wade returned to Canada and spent long, frigid winters as a hockey goalie in the Great Lakes region of SW Ontario. His coach had him throw rubber balls around to improve his reflexes. Soon a professional juggler was born.

Honors Business Degree in hand, and now in his early twenties, Wade took an unconventional turn and decided to travel the world on a shoestring. For a time, he settled into working a farm in New Zealand. Calling home, he informed his parents that after years of academic toil and preparation for the corporate world, he had decided to return to the land - like a true Henry.

After the harvest, Wade continued his travels for another year—through Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and China and back to Canada. Necessity being the mother of invention, he funded these travels as a world-class street performer, delivering shows on streets, town squares and harborfront areas of various Australian and Canadian cities.

Wade's travels as a performer are partially documented in his popular adventure novel "The Greatest Finale".

Wade spent the next several years developing and polishing his skills as a performing artist. He is an accomplished juggler, unicyclist, ropewalker, fire eater, equilibriast, magician, speaker and comic. His most important and useful skill, however, may be his ability to handle people and audiences.

Given Wade's affinity for the land, he is naturally at home at county fairs, which serve to celebrate farming and agriculture. For Wade, these fairs are peopled by folks who understand the value of humor and a little high-spirited showing-off. Wade has performed over 6,000 shows and continues his prolific career at this year's Cuyahoga County Fair.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
8:00pm to 8:30pm
Stage/Location:
Old Barn Pavilion
 
Joe Rollin Porter
Joe Rollin Porter Group

Joe Rollin Porter Group

Joe Rollin Porter
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
8:00pm to 10:00pm
Event Category: 

Web: joerollinporter.com

"Where has this guy been hiding?" That's a common question at Joe Rollin Porter's performances. The answer is irrelevant; what matters is that his music is here now. 

Joe's fingerstyle acoustic guitar playing and vocals transcend genre and style, viscerally connecting with music lovers of widely diverging tastes. His live performance can bring a room full of loud distracted drinkers to a hushed silence, hanging on every note. The music primarily consists of Joe's own arrangements of traditional American folk songs, with a dose of early rural blues and an occasional dash of Celtic flavor as well. The end product is truly unique. 

Joe does not attempt to "authentically" replicate old-time music. Nor does he try to modernize the old songs to make them appeal to contemporary commercial tastes. Rather, after years of absorbing and internalizing traditional folk music, the songs flow out as natural self-expression. The result is an individual artistic statement that injects new life and energy into the folk tradition, keeping the heritage alive and growing. 

If you don't care about any of that, but you like great fingerstyle guitar playing, or simply enjoy high quality entertainment, Joe provides that too.

The music speaks for itself, but the following are a few attempts to describe it from some admirers: 

"Rich authentic vocals" "Interesting & provocative 
vocal modulations" 

"Nice textured depth & intricate tension/compliment 
between guitar & vocals" 

"sometimes sounds like 2-3 guys playing at the same time"

"very mature rhythmic phrases and changes" 

"A lot of really complex things are going on in that music, 
but it's great for just tapping your toes, too!" 

Joe's first album "Troubles Just Like Mine" (available at cdbaby.com/cd/jrporter and digstation.com/JoeRollinPorter) is an impressive achievement. With all basic guitar and vocal tracks being live simultaneous takes, and only a minimum of backing vocals and hand percussion added to round out the listening experience, it provides a reasonably faithful representation of his live performances as well. 

Joe is a life-long resident of Ohio currently residing in Cleveland, and has played guitar for over 30 years.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
8:00pm to 10:00pm
Stage/Location:
CBS Stage in the Beer Garden
 
4-H Style Revue
4-H Style Revue
Mon, August 8, 2016,
8:00pm to 9:00pm
Stage/Location:
Junior Fair Building
 
John Steven Bloom
Learn Magic Tricks
Mon, August 8, 2016,
8:15pm to 9:15pm
Stage/Location:
Gazebo
 
9:00pm
Wade Henry
Wade Henry

Wade Henry

Wade Henry
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
9:00pm to 9:30pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

Wade Henry hails from a long line of freedom-fighting Irish settlers who homesteaded in Manitoba in the 1700's and 1800's. It was in this Canadian West that Wade started training for his life as a performing artist.

Wade's inclination towards danger became apparent when, as a toddler, he was found riding bareback on his grandmother's german shephard.

Not long after the family's move to Pocatello, Idaho, Wade's father—perhaps to spare area canines—gave him a pony for Chistmas. His trusty steed at the ready, Wade adopted a "Cowboy Spirit," which he describes as: "...a certain attitude that most ideally fits the American man. It includes integrity, honesty and courage...along with a high esteem for family, a need for personal liberty, a spiritual element, and of course, a sense of humor. Further, the cowboy is a bit of a show-off. He values his own unique skills and abilities, and enjoys testing and improving them—whether in front of a rodeo crowd, or many miles from town as the sun sets."

Something of a nomad, Wade returned to Canada and spent long, frigid winters as a hockey goalie in the Great Lakes region of SW Ontario. His coach had him throw rubber balls around to improve his reflexes. Soon a professional juggler was born.

Honors Business Degree in hand, and now in his early twenties, Wade took an unconventional turn and decided to travel the world on a shoestring. For a time, he settled into working a farm in New Zealand. Calling home, he informed his parents that after years of academic toil and preparation for the corporate world, he had decided to return to the land - like a true Henry.

After the harvest, Wade continued his travels for another year—through Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and China and back to Canada. Necessity being the mother of invention, he funded these travels as a world-class street performer, delivering shows on streets, town squares and harborfront areas of various Australian and Canadian cities.

Wade's travels as a performer are partially documented in his popular adventure novel "The Greatest Finale".

Wade spent the next several years developing and polishing his skills as a performing artist. He is an accomplished juggler, unicyclist, ropewalker, fire eater, equilibriast, magician, speaker and comic. His most important and useful skill, however, may be his ability to handle people and audiences.

Given Wade's affinity for the land, he is naturally at home at county fairs, which serve to celebrate farming and agriculture. For Wade, these fairs are peopled by folks who understand the value of humor and a little high-spirited showing-off. Wade has performed over 6,000 shows and continues his prolific career at this year's Cuyahoga County Fair.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
9:00pm to 9:30pm
Stage/Location:
South Midway
 
9:30pm
Glow Hooping
Glow Hooping

Glow Hooping

Glow Hooping
Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
9:30pm to 11:00pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

Various representatives from Hoopernova will be on hand all week, teaching Hula Hoop technique before their performances, including night glow hooping shows.  Fortunately, two of the best hoopers in the world are from the Cleveland area: Stee Bax and Angelina Rose (performing in the video below).  You will be amazed what each can do with a hula hoop. 

Stee Bax is based out of Solon, Ohio, she has performed at professional sporting events, live concerts, conventions, in music videos, photo shoots, and more. She performs single hoop dances with fire, LED, and day-taped hoops. Additionally, Stee Bax hosts fitness demonstrations on Hula Hooping, so if you're looking for a good way to work off those elephant ears, look no further.  

Angelina Rose has spread her own unique combination of dance and light painting throughout the Great Lakes region and beyond. In between her world travels, she teaches children of all ages Hoop Dance at a local Parma studio. Find out more at the Hula Hoop lessons that will be at the Cuyahoga County fair this year!

Mon, August 8, 2016,
9:30pm to 11:00pm
Stage/Location:
South Midway
 
Trivia Time - "Fair Trivia"
Mon, August 8, 2016,
9:30pm to 10:00pm
Stage/Location:
Old Barn Pavilion
 
Professor Bubblemaker

Professor Bubblemaker

Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
9:30pm to 10:00pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

Professor Bubblemaker's Marvelous Medicine Show combines the elements of magic, mentalism, comedy, history, a flea circus and of course lots of bubbles. Available in a purely entertainment show and an educational show which includes more historical information.

Professor Bubblemaker's Beautiful Bubble Ballet  features bubbles of all sizes and bubble sculptures such as caterpillars, carousels, square bubbles, snowmen and even a bubble snowglobe as well as giant bubbles and tiny bubbles and bubble snakes that flow gracefully under colored lights choreographed to music.

Professor Phineas's Hypnotic Adventures are hypnosis shows unlike any that you have seen before Whether a standard comedy hypnosis show, strolling "street hypnosis" or a hypnotic adventure in which the hypnotized volunteers become the stars of a funny adventure, the audience and volunteers are entertained and delighted with the power of their own minds.

Professor Bubblemaker's Festival Bubbles is a freeform demostration of bubble art at it's interactive best! You still get bubbles of all sizes and shapes, as well as the bubble sculptures, but as the weather changes it allows different tricks to be done and the audience is encouraged to chase, pop or play with the bubbles.

Colonel Bubblemaker's Fantastic Flea Circus is  a complete circus complete with a grand parade, tightrope walkers, trapeze artists, a death defying high dive as well as a "human cannonball" and other acts, all contained within a suitcase. The performers in this amazing circus are tiny trained fleas. We even have the worlds strongest flea Hugo and an equestrian team of fleas riding on gnats.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
9:30pm to 10:00pm
Stage/Location:
Gazebo
 
10:00pm
Illusionist John Bloom - "Believe"

Illusionist John Bloom - "Believe"

Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
10:00pm to 11:00pm
Event Category: 

For nearly twenty-five years Grand Stage Illusionist and Master Magician John Steven Bloom has been wowing audiences and garnering critical acclaim for his special blend of magic, humor and family entertainment. Touring, public speaking and giving back to the community adds to the appeal of this already multi-faceted performer.

With a flexible show that crosses demographics Mr. Bloom has appeared with rock legends Alice Cooper, Neal Schon and Kevin Cronin, comedian'Weird Al' Yankovic and country stars and actors such as Pam Tillis and Billy Bob Thornton, to name a few. John has been seen on international stages, headlined at the Texas Station Casino in Las Vegas and has been featured on statewide televised programs. Most enjoyable, perhaps, are the many opportunities for his full-length. fully-staged productions in local and regional performance venues which include his entire family.

While John is proud of many achievements within his craft he is most pleased with having been the first magic act accepted into both the Greater Columbus Arts Council and the Ohio Arts Council's Fee Support/Ohio Artists on Tour roster. In addition, he is an Ohio Performer's Showcase feature act and is regularly requested by Fortune 500 companies as a motivational speaker. His ability to meld magic and music into product promotion has boosted customer service for WalMart, Con-Agra Foods and Schering-Key labs, among others.

Mr. Bloom is a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, IBM Ring 161 in Akron (and 10th year as Ring president), the Society of American Magicians, the prestigious Magic Circle of London, England and is a lifetime member of both the International Magic Society and the Magician's Alliance of Eastern States.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
10:00pm to 11:00pm
Stage/Location:
Old Barn Pavilion
 
10:30pm
Professor Bubblemaker

Professor Bubblemaker

Event Date: 
Mon, August 8, 2016,
10:30pm to 11:00pm
Stage: 
Event Category: 

Professor Bubblemaker's Marvelous Medicine Show combines the elements of magic, mentalism, comedy, history, a flea circus and of course lots of bubbles. Available in a purely entertainment show and an educational show which includes more historical information.

Professor Bubblemaker's Beautiful Bubble Ballet  features bubbles of all sizes and bubble sculptures such as caterpillars, carousels, square bubbles, snowmen and even a bubble snowglobe as well as giant bubbles and tiny bubbles and bubble snakes that flow gracefully under colored lights choreographed to music.

Professor Phineas's Hypnotic Adventures are hypnosis shows unlike any that you have seen before Whether a standard comedy hypnosis show, strolling "street hypnosis" or a hypnotic adventure in which the hypnotized volunteers become the stars of a funny adventure, the audience and volunteers are entertained and delighted with the power of their own minds.

Professor Bubblemaker's Festival Bubbles is a freeform demostration of bubble art at it's interactive best! You still get bubbles of all sizes and shapes, as well as the bubble sculptures, but as the weather changes it allows different tricks to be done and the audience is encouraged to chase, pop or play with the bubbles.

Colonel Bubblemaker's Fantastic Flea Circus is  a complete circus complete with a grand parade, tightrope walkers, trapeze artists, a death defying high dive as well as a "human cannonball" and other acts, all contained within a suitcase. The performers in this amazing circus are tiny trained fleas. We even have the worlds strongest flea Hugo and an equestrian team of fleas riding on gnats.

Mon, August 8, 2016,
10:30pm to 11:00pm
Stage/Location:
Gazebo
 
NOTE: Fair Gate Admission prices do not include Midway Rides, Midway Ride Wristbands or Admission to most Grandstand Shows and Events unless otherwise specified. Further, while we make all provisions to provide you with accurate performance and attraction times, they are subject to change without notice.

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