The 100th Vanderburgh County Fair ends Saturday night after 6 days of fun and excitement.
Saturday started with a tractor pull, a car show and the petting zoo. Soon after opening for the day, rain forced some fairgoers and vendors to retreat inside.
After the weather passed, fair attendees could be seen buying food, playing with animals and getting ready for the talent show.
Vanderburgh County Fair President Scott Berry told 44News just how grateful he is for the support given by volunteers and the public throughout the week.
"As always, we appreciate the puiblic's support of the fair. It takes volunteers to put this fair on. Everyone volunteers their time and we appreciate all that they've done," said Berry.
Before the fair wraps up Saturday night, fairgoers can check out watermelon seed spitting and apple peeling competitions, a demolition derby and the rides.