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an open area for holding fairs or exhibitions or circuses

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The Chinese Lantern Festival, Syracuse SnowCross, Kawasaki Syracuse StadiumCross, the Syracuse Man Show, Jurassic Quest, and the Salt City BBQ are among the new events that have taken place on the Fairgrounds this year.
Given the number of events that the Fairgrounds sponsors and supports each year, we felt that this gives us that opportunity.
But the proceeds would come nowhere near covering the cost of building a new fairgrounds and events center.
They were at the fairgrounds yesterday afternoon calling vehicle owners and working to determine their next steps.
PLANS have been revealed to open a massive fairground on Tyneside that will be second only to the Town Moor.
Eighty-year-old Ray, of Blackhall Mill, Gateshead, has been raising money for charity for more than 17 years by showcasing his model fairground attraction at MetroCentre.
The drill was held at the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds on Tuesday.
Each bottle of Dasani Water sold at the fairgrounds featured a yellow sticker urging consumers to recycle their bottles in the nearest SWACO recycling container.
The review was commissioned last year after a series of fatalities at fairgrounds and several accidents which left victims seriously injured.
Considering that the Fair Association had successfully managed the old fairgrounds for years, the numbers shocked the incoming board of county commissioners.
Today's fairground rides are high-speed and highly sophisticated.
In addition to GIFA, three other major trade shows were held concurrently at the Dusseldorf Fairgrounds.
Cuomo today announced the return of the Syracuse Nationals Classic Car Show to the New York State Fairgrounds this weekend, July 15 through July 17.
The Lane County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday appeared to put to rest any talk of moving the aging county fairgrounds in the near future, effectively ending a four-year period during which the county was considering a site in west Eugene.