Fairgoer California Cubel finishes off a Juiciey's quarter-pound hamburger on opening day of the Fair. Juiciey's features 100 percent pure ground beef all raised locally in San Diego. Photo by Pat Cubel
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San Diego County Fair opens

The San Diego County Fair is back in action on June 3 marking opening day to one of the county’s favorite annual events. This year’s theme, “Mad About the Fair,” highlights Lewis Carroll’s classic “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” with influences from steampunk, cosplay, and crazy machinery — not to mention the games, rides and fried foods.

A member of the Dragon Knights walks through the crowds of fairgoers at the San Diego County Fair. Photo by Pat CubelSan Diego's biggest annual event kicked off last Friday afternoon, June 3. Photo by Pat CubelOpening day at the San Diego County Fair features a return of fairgoers’ favorite foods, including jumbo turkey legs, grilled corn and many other favorites. The Fair runs through July 4. Photo by Pat CubelOpening day at the San Diego County Fair features a return of fairgoers’ favorite foods, including jumbo turkey legs, grilled corn and many other favorites. The Fair runs through July 4. Photo by Pat CubelOpening day at the San Diego County Fair features a return of fairgoers’ favorite foods, including jumbo turkey legs, grilled corn and many other favorites. The Fair runs through July 4. Photo by Pat CubelA fairgoer attempts to win a prize at a ring toss game stand. Photo by Pat CubelFairgoers go upside down on a ride at the San Diego County Fair on Opening Day. Photo by Pat CubelFairgoers enjoy one of the rides on Opening Day. Photo by Pat CubelSan Diego's biggest annual event kicked off last Friday afternoon, June 3.  Photo by Pat CubelOne of the biggest draws at the San Diego County Fair is the animal barns which features locally raised farm animals ranging from rabbits and chickens to horses, cows and goats. Photo by Pat CubelOne of the biggest draws at the San Diego County Fair is the animal barns which features locally raised farm animals ranging from rabbits and chickens to horses, cows and goats. Photo by Pat Cubel

 

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