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Fresno’s First Ever Spring Fair going on this weekend

For the first time ever, the Fresno Fairgrounds are holding a Spring Fair. It’s starts today and runs through Sunday. The Spring Fair will be different than October’s Big Fresno Fair. The event will be smaller but it will also have new attractions that Fresno has yet to see, such as Knocker ball. (video below).  There will also be about 25 carnival rides for both small children and thrill seekers, live music, entertainment and of course Fair food.


Entrance into the park is $5 for youth and seniors and $10 for adults. $25 will buy you an all day ride pass.

About Jenni Solla

Jenni and her family have lived in Fresno since 2010. Jenni believes that Fresno is not only a great place to live, but has also seen it grow and improve over the years she's lived here. Together with her husband Nathan, she is a founding partner at WorldLight Media LLC, a creative web design and marketing firm that has been in business for over 13 years and is headquartered in Fresno. Nathan and Jenni have two children, Their oldest is 14 and has been diagnosed with Autism. Their youngest is 12 years old. Things Jenni loves about Fresno: The sunshine, traffic (or lack there of), the small town feel combined with the big city conveniences, the local food, and her church.