If you’ve driven through Crescent City this week, there’s one thing going on you just can’t miss. The Del Norte County Fair is still going strong. While a lot happened Thursday and Friday, the fun is far from over.

When the fair reopens Saturday at 11 a.m., you can see real people, wearing real armor and hitting each other really hard. The Society for Creative Anachronism will be waging wars all day from 11a.m. to 5 p.m.

Check out the Little Schoolhouse and Little Farmers at the Fair exhibits until 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. respectively.

At noon, the carnival will reopen, and ride tickets are available at several locations around the fairgrounds.

While there, you may bump into Isopuppy Hula Hooper, Dan the Juggler, balloon artist Gary Galvin, or various farm animal characters.

Music of the evening will include Modiv and Jordan Dudzic hip-hop and Chad Bushnell playing the rodeo dance in the beer garden.

Don’t forget, the CCPRA Rodeo will fill the arena with cowboys, rodeo fans and action starting at 1 p.m.

Sunday morning will feature more of the same great entertainment, along with the Tribal Waters Belly Dancers, the Windy Weavers Spinners, vocalist Junior Jones and Tsunami Swing.

Real cars will do battle in the arena during the Lucky 7 Casino Demolition Derby, and the Mud Bog Drag Races.

There are tons of vendor booths, exhibits and food options, as well as a great small town atmosphere and lots of things to see and do.