The marion County Fair is set to open its doors to the public Friday.
The fair is being held on the campus of the University of Maryland, the third in a series of fairs across the country, but the opening ceremony will be held Friday morning at the Baltimore County Fairgrounds.
Larry Hogan said the fair is one of the most important events of the year for Maryland.
“The fair will serve as a reminder that we’re one Maryland state and one county, and that we need to be one Maryland county, regardless of where we live,” he said.
He continued, “This is the beginning of our year, the start of a new era for the Maryland state fair.
It’s about the citizens of our state, and their families, and our future. “
The fair is about more than just a celebration of Maryland.
It’s about the citizens of our state, and their families, and our future.
And I think we’re going to be seeing a lot of folks in the Fairgrounds, people from around the state, from all over the country and across the world.”
The fair opens to the general public, who will be able to take in the sights, sounds and music, from food trucks to live music and more.
There will be live entertainment, fireworks and special exhibits.
There are also plans for a food court with more than 150 vendors and entertainment.
There will be a grand opening ceremony Friday at 1 p.m.
The event will be preceded by a live band performance.
The Maryland Fair Commission, the state agency that manages the fair, is inviting anyone who is interested to attend.
They are asking for public participation in a variety of ways.
There is a $1,000 donation to be made to the Maryland Department of Health, the State Fair Development Authority, the National Park Service and the Maryland State Fair Trust.
The Maryland Fair Trust also provides a free ride for participants to the event.
Anyone can make a donation of up to $5,000 for the Fair and a $2,500 contribution to the Fair Development Trust.
They can also make a gift of up $10,000 to the Department of Transportation.
Anyone can also call the Maryland Fair Development Agency at 410-443-9463.
Hogan has made a priority of opening Maryland to the outside world.
The state has a history of open and welcoming the public, and Maryland is home to the National Mall and the nation’s oldest federal courthouse.
He has also made it a priority to make sure that Marylanders have a place to stay while attending the fair.