WEST SALEM, Wis. (WKBT) - La Crosse's Interstate Fair wraps up Sunday.
Some of the final activities include a Junior horse show and an archery tournament. Organizers say it has been a very successful fair this year.
They have seen large crowds during the day and even bigger crowds at night. That's good for the vendors who say they've had strong sales.
In years past it's been hot during the fair, but organizers say this year's weather has been perfect.
"It helps promote 4-H, getting the people out here, seeing what the kids do, and hopefully encouraging other people to get their kids involved in 4-H and joining the fair in future years," said Jody Hoyer from the La Crosse Agriculture Society.
The last buildings closed on the fairgrounds at 8 Sunday night.
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