JACKSONVILLE, N.C.--The Onslow County Fair wraps up in Jacksonville on Saturday.
This is the 58th year the fair has been held in the county and there are rides, carnival games and food vendors.
Ticket sales benefit the American Legion and help fund community service projects.
Organizers said they're looking for big crowds this weekend.
"We've got 25 rides that are operating. We had fireworks last night and had a good turnout. Early on in the week it was kind of slow because of the rain but I'm expecting a real good crowd tonight and tomorrow night,” said Onslow County fair managerJerry Griffin.
The fair is located behind the American Legion building in Jacksonville and is open from noon until midnight.