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State UnFair

For 117 years, people from throughout the state of Kansas have congregated in Hoisington for an old-fashioned parade, for contests, the demolition derby, street dance and carnival. It is now a four day event.
Even though the ways that people celebrate have changed since the 1800s, celebrating the worker’s holiday is a ritual and existed before the State Fair.
Governor Sam Brownback has suggested moving the State Fair to Labor Day weekend would increase attendance at that event. The fair currently starts on the Friday following Labor Day and lasts for 10 days at the fairgrounds in Hutchinson.
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