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Need something fun to do? Try your local county fair

With the school year looming, it’s time for you and the kids to eat candy corn, play games and enjoy some live entertainment. From Prince George’s to Loudoun counties, local fairs are great for family outings and quality bonding. Here’s a roundup of county and state fairs for you to enjoy.

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