The Kern County Fair saw a slight decrease in attendance compared with last year.
Dinosaurs, "Star Wars" stormtroopers, "Harry Potter" wizards and "Halo" video game characters were all on display — sometimes in the same set — during Saturday's Lego/K'NEX competition at the Kern County Fair.
Both of Katie Redfeairn's young sons had done their part by raising pigs and selling them at the Kern County Fair. How could she deny them the pleasure of what she called "the dreaded ride day?"
Today is School Days and Wild Wednesday: There is free admission for children in preschool through sixth grade from 9 a.m. to noon. There are several activities available throughout the morning. People can pick up their Wild Wednesday voucher from Les Schwab Tires for $6 admission from 3 to …
Before the Kern County Fair gates opened at 9 a.m. for Tuesday’s School Days, a plethora of energy was seen and felt as children tried not to burst from excitement.
Today is School Days: There is free admission for children in preschool through sixth grade from 9 a.m. to noon. There are several activities available throughout the morning.
While Ferris wheels and concerts may attract much of the attention at the Kern County Fair, some four-legged creatures tucked away in small pens have garnered their own following.
Tucked away with the popular classic Kern County Fair food such as the corn dogs, cinnamon rolls, funnel cakes and turkey legs — and local favorites such as the Boy Scouts' baked potatoes and the Basque and barbecue offerings — are lesser-known hidden gems that are awaiting more adventurous …
In the words of Templeton the rat and Goose from the children’s book "Charlotte’s Web," the fair is “a veritable smorgasbord” of food and the Kern County Fair is no different, offering a wide variety of delicacies ranging from sweet to savory to deep fried to meaty and more.