Valerie Ulmer talks about the Home Arts exhibits at the Ventura County Fair.
Charlotte Crocker talks about the exhibits in the Agriculture Building of the Ventura County Fair, including local grown fruits and vegetables, as well as a small amount of commercial produce.
Laura Grayson, speaks about the Gems & Minerals, Hobbies, Models and Collections exhibits at the Ventura County Fair.
LeighAnne Thomsen and Keith Barnard discuss the Mission Avocados they give away at the Ventura County Fair.
Photography Superintendent, Lou Cunningham, as well as volunteers and exhibitors, Sheryl Jo Bedal, Mary Meyer, Mike Stark, Rosa Vanoni and Brooke Clark, talk about the photography exhibit at the Ventura County Fair.
Nona Hummel, of the Ventura County Handweavers & Spinners Guild, discusses some of the history of weaving and spinning as part of their exhibit at the Ventura County Fair. Glenda Clift works on the a spinning wheel.
Landis L. Potter discusses the Civil War and Civil War reenactments at the Ventura County Fair. Landis also talks about some of the real history of the Civil War that is not taught in schools.
Daniel Mooney discusses the creation of pen & ink artwork, as well digital art, at the Ventura County Fair.
Shannon Callahan Patrick, the Superintendent of the Professional Arts department at the Ventura County Fair, talks about the art judging and selection process. Kathy Ikerd introduces herself as one of the selected exhibitors and Angela Joe is a long-time volunteer
Dance through this energetic, fast-paced excursion through the carnival rides, lights, food, people and fireworks that make up the Ventura County Fair midway experience after dark.