Tuesday marked a beautiful day for the opening of the 75th annual Albion Area Fair.

Food vendors will be offering daily specials and giving out special 75th anniversary memorabilia throughout the week.

The fair kicked off Tuesday morning with the judging of animals.

Throughout the week, there will be attractions such as a dairy milking demonstration, a performance horse show, a livestock parade and a draft horse pull.

There will be plenty of food and live music, but this is truly an agriculture fair.

"Agriculture is the biggest industry in Pennsylvania, so we're part of that," said Randy Hites, vice president of the fair. "We are part of the Fair Association of Pennsylvania. [We're] sharing all of the agriculture knowledge, and we've got a great group of people here as we have our agricultural people come together and all the farmers. We wouldn't be anything without our farmers."

The Albion Fair runs through Saturday. The gates are open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day.

Admission is $5 daily or a $10 booster button.