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07oct4:00 pm10:00 pmCumming Country Fair & Festival - Oct 2021

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Cumming Country Fair & Festival, Cumming

Carnival rides, live music, bull-riding, petting zoo, doggie sports, haunted attraction, and heritage village.

Date(s): October 7 – 17, 2021

Time(s): Mon – Thur: 4 – 10 pm; Friday: 4 – midnight; Saturday: 10 am – midnight; Sunday: 12:30 – 9 pm

Location: Cumming Fairgrounds, 235 Castleberry Rd., Cumming, GA

Cost: $10 age 11 and older;  free to ages 10 and younger; additional fee for ride tickets; $5 parking

For more info: Cumming Country Fair & Festival, 770-781-3491

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