Weekend at the fair Posted on September 21, 2018 0 Spread the Love - Share this Post! Two children crash into each other during the Power Wheels derby, a special children-only event that took place before the regular demolition derby on Sunday at the Wyandot County Fair. The first-place winner in the big truck division at the demolition derby wore some serious dents and damage Sunday at the Wyandot County Fair. Tom Shafer’s “The Boss” competed Saturday at the tractor pull in the Columbus Diesel Light-Limited Pro Stock Tractors division. Phil Hemmerly pets a llama Sunday in the sheep barn at the Wyandot County Fair. The sheep barn housed llamas, alpacas and several different breeds of sheep. A pair of tykes duke it out in the Power Wheels division of the demolition derby, which took place in front of the grandstands. The children battled for 10 minutes before the main adult demo derby. The Star kids danced as the performed several songs for audience members on Saturday at the Masters Building at the Wyandot County Fair. Tony Brown of Our Melt Bar hands out a pair of grilled cheese sandwiches that had just finished cooking on the griddle at the Wyandot County Fair. The team of Noah Fritz-Cheney (left), Nick Stuckey (middle) and Levi Myers try to stack bales of hay as quickly as possible at the Straw Stacking Competition on Saturday at the grandstands of the Wyandot County Fair. Jimmy Bloomfield was one of many gospel singers and groups that performed Sunday inside the Masters’ Building at the Wyandot County Fair. The demolition derby ended the 2018 Wyandot County Fair with a crash, featuring several heats of vehicles in a variety of different divisions. Ellie Courtad holds her Polish rabbit Sunday at the Wyandot County Fair. Wyandot County Fair Rabbit Queen Megan Gatchell stands next to her reserve grand champion meat pen rabbits on championship row at the fair on Sunday. Landyn Pickens prepares to throw a dart and pop a balloon Sunday afternoon at the Wyandot County Fair. Pickens popped more than enough balloons to win himself a prize. Spread the Love - Share this Post!