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Annual Harvest Home Fair kicks off this weekend

CHEVIOT, OH (FOX 19) -

The "biggest little fair" is kicking off this weekend in Ohio. Better yet, all weekend long in Cheviot!

The 154th annual Harvest Home Fair began with a parade through Cheviot Thursday evening. Residents set up lawn chairs along the route days in advance to save their spot.

A Westside tradition, the fair has been a staple since the 1860s. Organizers say they're expecting 40,000 visitors during the it's three-day run.

Several events are planned as part of the Harvest Home Fair, including a 5K walk/run on Sunday morning, performances by The Naked Karate Girls, The Rusty Griswolds and more, a horse show, art show, flower show, general exhibits and even a 4-H livestock auction.

Admission is $5 and children under 12 are free. There is also free entry on Saturday and Sunday until 3:30 p.m.

The Harvest Home Fair is located at 3961 North Bend Road, bordered by Homelawn and Davis Avenues. 

See the entire list of events and times here: http://www.harvesthomefair.com/

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