People in northeast Missouri came to Unionville this week to enjoy the last fair in the area for the season.
The 74th annual Putnam County Fair has been going on all week long since Tuesday and Saturday was the last day.
There was everything from the 4-H and FFA livestock shows, live entertainment, carnival rides, and of course lots of fair food.
The Putnam County Fair Board says this year was one of the best yet-- for the fair with record crowds.
"It's been excellent. We keep growing every year. We keeping adding more activities. Our events are getting bigger," said Putnam County Fair Board President Greg Fleshman.
The fair of course wouldn't have been complete without the tractor pull and the demolition derby.
If you didn't have a chance to come out to this year's fair, no worries, the fair will be back once again after labor day next year.