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Greater Columbus Fair at Civic Center

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

The Greater Columbus Fair continues every night this week until Sunday, October 19, staying open until 11 PM or later. There is no shortage of rides, and besides the usual food and games, there's a diverse list of activities to amuse fair-goers, like the petting zoo- featuring a series of small barnyard animals, and even some exotic species.

Every night this week there is live entertainment and a one ring circus with aerial acts, circus clowns, and motorcycles that spin around in a cage. It's worth it to stop by for the atmosphere alone, because it's not every day that the fair is in town.

On Friday, October 17, fair admission also gets you into the Columbus Cottonmouths hockey game which starts at 7:30 PM, so you can go to both events in the same night.

Admission Prices:

Thursday “Kids Night”

Open 5PM -11PM

Adults- $5

Kids 12 and under – Free

Friday

Open 5 PM - 12 AM

Adults - $7

Seniors and Kids age 3-9 - $2

Kids age 2 and under – free

Saturday

Open 11AM – 12AM

Adults - $7

Seniors and Kids age 3-9 - $2

Kids age 2 and under – free

Sunday

Open 2 PM – 11 AM

Adults - $7

Seniors and Kids age 3-9 - $2

Kids age 2 and under – free

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