FLAGSTAFF — The 66th Annual Coconino County Fair opens tomorrow and runs through Labor Day. The County Fair features traditions like youth livestock shows and auction, carnival rides and games, fair food, exhibitions by community members, live entertainment (PDF Schedule), a demolition derby, pie-eating and watermelon-eating contests, and more. The cost of admission is from $5 to $8.
Williams schedule is also filled with events. Tomorrow is the Casino Night at the Sultana to benefit Save Meant to Rescue with happy hour from 6 to 7 p.m. and gambling from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. On Labor Day is the annual Route 66 Mountain Man run to benefit the activities of the Lions Club. The Kiwanis Route 66 Street Market will be open Friday morning through Monday for four-days of bargains.