The Mercantile Building was built and used at the 1949 fair. During the fair it is used to showcase various local vendors. Year-round this building hosts various types of shows including antique shows gun shows, train shows, motorcycle and auto swap meets, and rabbit shows. Renovations and upgrades recently provided by a grant from the […]
The Highlands United Church of Christ building that was a familiar sight at the fair was originally a tent. Highlands started serving food and became a mainstay for generations of families involved in 4H as well as patrons of the fair. In 1955 a permanent structure was built. It was referred to as the Highlands […]
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In 1948 this site was the location of the South Charleston Methodist Church restaurant. The restaurant was operated by the church for many years before becoming the Produce Barn with displays of all the fruits and vegetables. The next use of the building was for the dog clubs and so it became the Dog Barn. […]
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Please contact the Champions Center at 937.324.4353 or visit championscenter.net.
C & E Gun Show in the Mercantile and Annex Buildings at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Please visit https://www.cegunshows.com/ for more information.
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Great displays, lots of vendors, good food, and a great way to spend several hours. This show has been a long established tradition every year. Bring the kids and enjoy.