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Frisco’s first fair now open

Trisha Dasgupta, Guest Contributor

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A trip to the fair no longer requires a trip to Fair Park as the inaugural Frisco Fair is underway through April 7 at the Frisco Fresh Market.

Featuring food, rides, and games, the 11 day fair is an attempt to bring families from all over the city together.

We realized that the community was looking for more family fun,” Frisco Fair developer Preston Cheng said. “We sought out the best carnival operators in the state to bring that much desired fun to the community.”

Created with families in mind, some students on campus might be dropping by with a few friends instead.

“I think it sounds like a really cool thing to do with some friends,” freshmen Aleeza Hussain said. “I feel like this is like the State Fair but a little more personal and easier, and maybe even safer.”

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  1. Mrs Williams on April 1st, 2019 12:27 pm

    My family and I had a wonderful time yesterday at the Carnival. The smell of turkey legs and funnel cakes alone brings a smile to my face! I didn’t play any games, but we did ride several of the rides. I really loved that there was no entrance charge! I spent about $100 and we had 6 kids in total with us. All of them plus a couple adventuresome adults were able to go on several rides each. Average cost per ride per person is $4 if that helps you plan. Ferris wheel is $6 per person. Nice way to spend the day in Frisco!
    I also liked to visit the Frisco Farmer’s market. Lots of beautiful, ripe vegetables!

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