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Check out the youth fair with your set of twins, or higher order multiples.

Twins feeding the animals at the fair.
Twins feeding the animals at the fair.
by Aundrea Royalty

The Kent County Youth Fair is happening right now and runs through Saturday, August 13th, 2011. The youth fair is currently taking place at the Kent County Fair Grounds, which is located at 225 South Hudson Street in Lowell, Michigan.

The Youth Fair serves as a "learning laboratory" for youth. The learning experience of the Youth Fair goes far beyond the winning of a white, red, blue or purple ribbon. It provides a backdrop for youth to learn important life skills. This is an excellent opportunity for your set of twins, triplets, or higher order multiples to explore the youth fair. Your set of multiples will see the variety of animals and many projects that kids their own age are working on.

The Kent County Youth Fair has been taking place since 1934. This year's theme is Built Fair Tough. This fair will feature over 1,400 youth exhibitors displaying their animals and exhibits. Visitors will be treated to free entertainment at the main stage tent and throughout the fair grounds. The live stock auction, Karaoke, Reading for Rides Program, Talent shows, carnival rides and games, family fun dancing, pullin' on the track and a children's bard yard are just a few of the numerous events and activities that go during this fair.

Check out these photos posted on by the Grand Rapids Press earlier this week. For a schedule of daily events and activities, visit their website at Check out the Kent County Youth Fair with your set of multiples and enjoy some good old fashion fun!