“The non-profit fair association counts on income from the fair to maintain the buildings and grounds,” Norenberg said. “This event, along with other events who rent the grounds throughout the summer, continue to be a great source of additional income.”
The fairgrounds of course is set up to be the perfect backdrop for the festival with the equipment there: electricity, water, garbage cans, restrooms, paved roads, picnic tables and shelters for the outdoor event.
“DJ music will be playing during the event for atmosphere along with games and other activities still in the planning stages,” Norenberg said.
Any clubs or organizations interested in partnering are asked to contact the Dodge County Fair Association as the community event will likely grow throughout the summer, Norenberg said.
Norenberg said it will offer people a variety of foods in a one stop shopping experience so everyone in the family will find what they would like to eat.
The food festivals will be free to enter and of course there will be plenty of parking.
“We estimate four to six food vendors to pick from at each event but could grow to more throughout the year,” Norenberg said. “Six vendors have already expressed interest in at least one of the dates but still lots of room for new vendors.”