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Canfield Fair posts rules for admission

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The annual Canfield Fair has always been considered a fun family affair.  But there are rules for those attending 168 year old event.

Visitors will be greeted by signs spelling out rules for admission. 

Canfield Fair Rules

Beer - Wind & all Drinks containing alcohol are prohibited on the fairgrounds. Strictly enforced.

Conditions for admission

1. Weapons, guns, knives, chains, bats, sticks, laser lights, explosives or fireworks are not permitted on the Canfield Fairgrounds and must be forfeited to police upon your admission onto the fairgrounds. This means guns without proper permit.

2. Skateboards, roller-blades, skates, mopeds, bicycles motorcycles, scooters, ATV's and other vehicles are not permitted on the the fairgrounds without written permission. Golf carts by permit only.

3. Pets other than assistance dogs are not permitted on the fairgrounds. Pets for display are permitted when accompanied by owner or caretaker.

4. Roving solicitations, vending, selling, picketing, protests or other demonstrations are not permitted, except when confined to a designated booth or space.

5. All patrons, vendors, concessionaires and exhibitors must wear shirts and shoes while on fairgrounds.

6. Alcohol and illegal drugs are not permitted on the fairgrounds.

7. All packages, handbags, coolers, containers, backpacks and pouches are subject to search upon request. Denial shall result in non-admission, removal from fairgrounds, and/or criminal charges filed.

All conditions for admission may be enforced by fairgrounds police or Mahoning County Sheriff personnel.

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