Join us! Saturday, Aug. 12, 10am–2pm. FREE and open to everyone.The Fair will have a booth at the annual event on the lawn at the Massillon Museum of Art.
The annual Fun Fest in Massillon is a free event held as part of Massillon’s Summer Celebration. The event will have games, trucks, contests, movie, safety and health information, arts and crafts.
Look for the Stark County Fair Tent
The Progressive Stark County Fair will have coloring pages, crayons, selfie photos and an opportunity to visit with some 4-H Club members and a few of their animals for the Fair.
For more information about the Progressive Stark Fair Coloring Contest, check online at StarkCountyFair.com. You can download and print the coloring page template. Preschool to age 17 kids can submit to the Fair for display during the Fair. The theme is “My Favorite Thing About the Fair.” Get the rules for the contest here.
Types of Activities Kids Can Enjoy at Fun Fest
Here’s some other things kids can enjoy at Fun Fest. There is no cost for most activities; some have a minimal charge. Games, story times, prizes, face painting, contests, art projects, dancing, crafts, health and safety activities, athletic events, and music. The Massillon Public Library Bookmobile and a children’s book sale will be on hand. Children can meet the Stark County tourism mascot, Pigskin, and the U.S. Coast Guard character, Coastie.
The day will be filled with hands-on experiences: sand art, beaded and edible jewelry, fossils, inflatables, remote control cars, balloon crafts, wooden projects, spirit masks, mining for gemstones, flower arranging, Little Tykes riding, and a preschool sensory experience. There will be carnival games, running drills, corn hole, spray hair color and temporary tattoos, build-your-own trail mix, face painting, and a petting zoo. Among the health and safety booths will be spinal screening, dental screening, and seat belt safety. Children will get to spin the Atkinson Feucht Hare school supply wheel, where everyone wins.
More information about Fun Fest here: http://www.massillonmuseum.org/fun-fest