State Fair plans “AccessABILITY Day” to provide equal access to fairground fun

By Nia Parker-Robinson

Vendors prepare their booths before the crowds arrive at the 2021 North Carolina State Fair in Raleigh. (Sophia Ramirez/Carolina Connection)

The North Carolina State Fair is back after last year’s fair was canceled due to COVID-19. This year, the fair is trying to bring the fun to all North Carolinians who want to attend, hoping its new “AccessABILITY Day” will do just that.

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