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n. pl.1.same as fairground.
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The Lane County fairgrounds needs immediate repairs of more than $1 million, while other major questions loom over the 55-acre complex's future, officials are telling the Board of Commissioners.
Idaho Falls Zoo Director David Pennock stands inside the large, open Hamilton Building at the neighboring fairgrounds and paints an invisible picture with his hands.
The autos were rolling in, so the lumalon people had to pack up and move aside temporarily.<br />Lumalon, a Pittsford company specializing in light-emitting diode, or LED, illumination, is executing an $866,000 contract to install LED lighting at six buildings at theNew York State Fairgrounds.<br />But that means juggling the work around the busy schedule of events at the fairgrounds year-round.
Fairgrounds are iconic to many and still remain part of community culture.
The former entrance to the Worcester Agricultural Fairgrounds is now the entrance ramp to Interstate 190, next to St.
Whitefish, MT, July 27, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Whitefish Credit Union, Montana's largest credit union, is pleased to announce the beginning of a new partnership agreement with the Flathead County Fairgrounds.
16, members of the public can enjoy a special menu at the restaurant then head to the Paris Fairgrounds for Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers.
Over the past 10 years it has gained a successful track record for reducing accidents on fairgrounds in the UK from 304 in the 2002 season to fewer than 100 per year in recent years.
Vanessa Toulmin, Professor in Fairgrounds at Sheffield University, said: "This is a fair you can go on with your grandparents, parents can take children, teenagers can go on the rides, families can play on the sideshows.
Memorial Health University Medical Center spokeswoman Dawn Henderson said six people have been brought to the hospital from the fairgrounds. No details of their conditions were immediately available.