Adams Hill resident Mickey Sabio, 28, said he noticed most of the same vendors and rides came out this year. He said the best part about the fair was the live music.
Three bands played Saturday night on a stage in front of a dry cleaners. A beer garden was in the fenced-off area next to the stage and nearby were the food booths. It was a good set-up for people to just relax and listen to music, Sabio said.
Sabio said he sees people in the community outside with their children or pets, hanging out, going to work or coming back and the fair is a great place to approach them and chat.