ADEL, Iowa — The annual Dallas County Fair opened Wednesday afternoon with perfect weather for the excited children.
The fair offers five days of numerous 4-H livestock shows and a wide variety of static exhibits, plus a wealth of activities and events for fun lovers of all ages.
One of the fair’s innovative opportunities is the All of Us project. Fair goers can have their biometric data tested by Luke Miller of All of Us, a research project of the National Institutes of Health that aims “to gather health data from one million or more people living in the United States to accelerate research that may improve health,” according to Miller.
The fair runs through Sunday at the fairgrounds.