Monroe County Fair closes its doors for the summer

TOMAH, Wis. (WKBT) — Festivities wrapped up in Tomah at the Monroe County Fair.

Chris Schreier, president of Monroe County Agricultural Society and organizer of the fair said the weekend was a success.

Since Wednesday, people of all ages enjoyed activities including pig and goat races, a talent competition and live music.

These events are part of an age-old tradition as the first Monroe County Fair happened all the way back in 1858.

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