The Neshoba County Fair continues this week. People at the oldest continuing campground fair enjoyed a performance of The Collegians from East Central Community College in Decatur.
Children young and old also had the opportunity to visit a petting barn.
"There are just so many kids that have never been around farm animals," said Clyde Risher. "It's just a good experience for them to be able to touch animals and see them. Some of them have never seen them before."
The clothesline art contest was also held Monday. It's a 30-year tradition at the fair for children to have an opportunity to be creative and compete with their own art work.
Tuesday features the annual Veterans Memorial Service at 11 a.m., a concert by the Neshoba Central High School Band at 1 p.m. and the Luke Bryan Show at 8 p.m.