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Montgomery County Agricultural Fair

This year's county fair was open from August 13 to August 21 in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

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The agricultural fair boasts many different food stands, including The Fried Dough Shop, an ornate stand that sells funnel cakes and drinks.

The agricultural fair boasts many different food stands, including The Fried Dough Shop, an ornate stand that sells funnel cakes and drinks. 1Picture by Molly EllisonThe Pharaoh's Fury, one of the first rides patrons see as they enter the fair, swings passengers around in a boat shaped car.2Picture by Molly EllisonRing-a-Bottle, a classic fair game, challenges players to throw small red rings onto the necks of glass soda bottles. The game is extremely challenging, but rewards include an array of stuffed animals. 3Picture by Molly EllisonPassengers are driven around in a circle, and are even completely upside down for a moment, on the FireBall, a popular fair ride. 4Picture by Molly EllisonSitting at the top of the ferris wheel boasts an amazing view of the entire fair grounds, one can see from the animal barns all the way to the rides right below them5Picture by Molly EllisonIf a player is lucky enough to win one of the many different fair games, they can choose their prize from a huge selection of stuffed animals. 6Picture by Molly EllisonPutting a spin on the classic ferris wheel, fair-goers can ride in circles on swings, suspended high in the air. They just have to be careful not to lose their shoes. 7Picture by Molly EllisonPatrons look at animals on display in one of the several barns that are in the livestock section of the fair. 8Picture by Molly EllisonGoats are one of the most popular animals on display at the agricultural fair, along with horses, pigs, and cows. Animals in the fair can be entered in various competitions and are given awards for many different things. 9Picture by Molly Ellison

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