Five days of fun, 4-H and Ferris wheels came to an end as the 2011 St. Charles County Fair ended Saturday night.
Excessive heat warnings were in effect each day of the fair, making for a hot and muggy fair. Mother Nature also threw a in on Saturday to make for a really eventful fair.
The fair was held at in Wentzville.
On Monday, Patch of the 2011 fair, providing a schedule of the weeks events.
On Wednesday, we had a plethora of fair coverage.
- Contributor Suzanne Corbett gave us a look at and shared to make some of your fair favorites at home.
- O'Fallon Patch editor Jordan Lanham provided a look at the opening ceremony and queen pageant.
- Bob Barton took a look through his lens at the , which took place Tuesday night.
Thursday's photo gallery took a look at all the great that were entered in the fair for judging. Contributor Rebecca Thiele also followed fair participants as they checked in their .
Friday was another big day of fair coverage on Patch. Lake Saint Louis Patch editor Tamara Duncan gave us a look at toddlers in tiaras as she covered the .
St. Charles Patch editor Kalen Ponche gave us a look at how 4-H members get their animals ready for the fair and all the work that goes into .
On St. Peters Patch on Saturday, we got a glimpse at the and Friday night's entertainment.
More pageant winners were featured Monday, as we saw the many babies entered in Saturday's. Do you recognize some of the contestants? Email your Patch editor and let us know.
Look for the results of the livestock auction later this week.