By Zach Jones
The Clear Fork High School Band makes its annual appearance following the crowning of the Bellville Street Fair Queen. Their performance marks the start of the 165th edition of the Bellville Street Fair.
One of the many entries that line the Bellville Library during the Bellville Street Fair. The landscape portrait was painted by Joyce Fenton and won Best of Show in the Bellville Art competition.
Fair goers fill Village Green during the five days of Bellville festivities.
Many vendors transform the streets of the downtown Bellville turning the village into an annual festival grounds.
Bob Watts’ Best of Show winning entry into the Bellville Street Fair Quilt Show.
Clear Fork students enjoy their early dismissal on Friday. Children enjoy the swing ride located on far end of the Bellville Street Fair.
The Clear Fork Flag Corps marches in to help the band kick off the fair festivities in front of Village Hall.
The ‘Pride of the Valley’ drums up support during the annual Bellville tradition.
2014 Bellville Street Fair Queen Susie Beveridge addresses the crowd during the 2015 Bellville Street Fair Queen Pageant.
A corn entry’s view of the 165th edition of the Bellville Street Fair’s produce competition.
The ‘Fun Slide’ provides its riders with an aerial view of the 2015 Bellville Street Fair.
Tractors fill the street as a nod to the area’s rich agricultural heritage.
The Marching Princesses perform at the 165th edition of the Bellville Street Fair. One the many yearly traditions in the village.
Clear Fork students enjoy their early dismissal on Friday. Children enjoy ridex located on far end of the Bellville Street Fair.
Patrons look on at the tractor display, part of the fabric of Bellville culture.
Food vendors line the streets selling their diverse array of fair food during the 2015 Bellville Street Fair.
The Buckeye Country Cloggers perform at the Main Stage during the 2015 Bellville Street Fair.
Ethan Fowler captured the reserve champion title during the dairy judging at 165th Bellville Street Fair.