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Here’s what you need to know about the 2019 Valley Fair in Huntsville.

More than 200,000 people are expected to attend the event, and many will see the fair at least once.

The fair is expected to draw around 100,000 to 150,000 attendees.

In 2018, the Valley Fair attracted almost half a million visitors, and it’s likely that number will grow this year as well.

What to expect in 2019: Admission is free and open to the public.

The event runs through the first Saturday of March and runs until the end of April.

The area is full of activities for all ages, from walking tours to a farmers market.

If you’re looking for something new to do in Hunts, check out the Huntsville Events Calendar.

What you can do at the fair: Be sure to check out some of the many activities at the Valley fair.

For example, the Huntsvillians Market and Farmers Market will be open through April 1 and the Hunts Village Farmers Market and Food Festival will run from May 1-2.

There are also many different vendors who sell goods at the event.

The Huntsvillian’s Market will sell a variety of fruits and vegetables and the Farmers Market Food Market will offer a wide variety of foods, such as fresh fruits and nuts.

There will also be an outdoor movie screening from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 pm each day at the Huntsvilles Village Theatre.

The Riverwalk will host a live music concert from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.

The Valley Fair will be closed on weekends.

When is the Valleyfair held?

The fair runs from March 15 to April 1.

The valley fair is held on a Saturday, April 1, but the event will be extended to Sunday, April 2, to accommodate the influx of visitors.

What time do I need to arrive to attend?

The event will open at 5:00 a.m., and admission is free.

How much does admission cost?

Admission is $10 for adults, and $6 for children.

What should I wear?

It’s important to be prepared for the fair, and there are plenty of activities to make your visit as comfortable as possible.

Bring a hat, gloves, a hat and sunscreen if you’re heading to the fair.

Here are some of our tips for getting to the ValleyFair in 2019.

Wear a hat!

This year, the fair will have more than 40 activities for children, ranging from activities like face painting, drawing, making crafts and reading books to a traditional farmers market and kids’ market.

Make sure to bring a hat as you can get cold, so you won’t be stuck with a cold that day.

There’s also a cool costume contest, which is designed to encourage creative creativity.

If there’s a cool outfit to wear, wear it, too.

If it’s not your thing, check with your event organizer for ideas.

If your hat isn’t comfortable, wear a cap or gloves.

This year’s fair theme will be “Farming.”

Wear a raincoat!

It’s the most important piece of gear to wear when heading to this year’s Valleyfair.

Raincoats are great for the sun, but they also help keep the air flowing, which will help cool you off.

Bring sunscreen if your hat is too hot.

Bring earmuffs if your head gets too hot as well as long-sleeved shirts or jackets if you want to keep cool.

If the fair isn’t too hot, you can bring a small bag for snacks.

If going to the Fair, bring some friends and be prepared to bring lots of snacks.

Bring plenty of water!

Bring a small plastic bag or a water bottle, but do not bring the whole bottle.

It will help to bring enough water for the entire fair and you’ll be able to drink it without any worries.

Bring your own food!

If you plan to stay for a few days or more, it’s important that you bring a picnic to share.

You’ll have more time to relax when you’re in the Valley.

Make a reservation to enjoy a meal and see how the fair looks during the day and night.

Do you know the best places to eat at the valleyfair?

Here are our recommendations for some of Huntsville’s best places for eating out.

Huntsville Foodies: Eat on the farm with the Huntsfoodies, who offer a range of farm-fresh foods from local farms.

The farmers market is located near the fairgrounds and you can purchase fresh produce there, including tomatoes, peppers, beans and squash.

The farm is open from 10 a.