A ribbon-winning quilt hangs Monday at the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds in Elma.

A ribbon-winning quilt hangs Monday at the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds in Elma.

A sneak peek at the Grays Harbor County Fair

  • Tue Aug 6th, 2019 10:10am
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An early look of what’s to come at the Grays Harbor County Fair in Elma.

 

Many of the stalls at the Fairgrounds in Elma were decorated and waiting for horses and the beginning of the Grays Harbor County

Many of the stalls at the Fairgrounds in Elma were decorated and waiting for horses and the beginning of the Grays Harbor County

A bigfoot-themed quilt hangs Monday at the Fairg

A bigfoot-themed quilt hangs Monday at the Fairg

A race car awaits fans Monday at the Fairgrounds in Elma.

A race car awaits fans Monday at the Fairgrounds in Elma.

A lot of work must have gone into this ribbon-winning quilt on display Monday at the Fairgrounds, awaiting Grays Harbor County Fair attendees.

A lot of work must have gone into this ribbon-winning quilt on display Monday at the Fairgrounds, awaiting Grays Harbor County Fair attendees.

This large cow promotes an area business Monday in Elma.

This large cow promotes an area business Monday in Elma.

Many quilts are on display Monday in Elma awaiting Grays Harbor County Fair attendees.

Many quilts are on display Monday in Elma awaiting Grays Harbor County Fair attendees.

Grays Harbor County Fair organizers have confidence that all the rides and booths will be up and running in time for the start of the party on Wednesday. But on Monday, they sat folded up in a field.

Grays Harbor County Fair organizers have confidence that all the rides and booths will be up and running in time for the start of the party on Wednesday. But on Monday, they sat folded up in a field.

Many trucks and trailers await the crews to assemble the Grays Harbor County Fair rides on Monday in Elma.

Many trucks and trailers await the crews to assemble the Grays Harbor County Fair rides on Monday in Elma.

Emelia Conley (from left), a fourth-grader from Hoquiam, helps Annie Burnett, a sophomore at Elma High School, hang a sign on the stall for Annie’s horse, Twix, on Monday at the Elma Fairgrounds. Both girls are members of the Country Pride 4-H club. The Grays Harbor County Fair begins Wednesday.

Emelia Conley (from left), a fourth-grader from Hoquiam, helps Annie Burnett, a sophomore at Elma High School, hang a sign on the stall for Annie’s horse, Twix, on Monday at the Elma Fairgrounds. Both girls are members of the Country Pride 4-H club. The Grays Harbor County Fair begins Wednesday.

 

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