The list of this year’s vendors at the Sedgwick County Fair was inadvertently left out of the Fair Guide. Below is the list of vendors who will be taking part in the Fair July 5-8 at the fairgrounds in Cheney. After that is a list of the food vendors, who were included in the Fair Guide.
Woodbridge Home Exteriors
Premier Designs Jewelry
Climate Shield Home Exteriors
Pretty Neat Ideas
Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant
D & T Farm Toys
Watkins/Fuller Brush Products
Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church
Karen’s This and That
Central Security Group
Rolox Home Service
Usborne Books & More
Dusty Road Leather Company
Hutchinson Clinic, P.A.
Kyle’s Mom’s Pickles
Meyer Petting Zoo
Sedgwick County Conservation District
Cotton Candy Dreams
Funky Fancy Face Painters
Believers Southern Baptist Church
Moore Water Treatment
Eaton Roofing & Exteriors Inc.
Wichita Tractor Company
JD Airbrush Tattoos & Body Art
2017 Food Vendors:
One of two original food booths at the Fair. Stop here for chicken and noodles, taco salads and homemade pie. They also offer breakfast.
Trinity United Christian Church
The other of the two original food booths, TUCC serves up Bierocks, sloppy Joes and homemade pie. Use the walk-up window on the north side or dine inside. They also offer breakfast.
A favorite in Cheney all year, D’Mario’s is a favorite during the Fair, as well. Grab a slice as you make your way across the fairgrounds.
Cheney Recreation Commission
Located right behind home plate, CRC will be serving up hamburgers and brats, perfect for the softball tournament!.
D&J Pronto Pup
You don’t have to wait for the Kansas State Fair for this favorite. Get yours today, and remember – a Pronto Pup is NOT a corn dog!
Delano 4-H Club
Another longtime favorite at the Fair, this booth features Sno-cones from the 4-H kids who hail from the original west Wichita – Delano.
It’s just not summer without an ear of corn in your hand from the Ossmans. In addition to roasted corn, enjoy handmade limeades and lemonades.
Squat & Gobble
Barbeque treats – including turkey legs big enough to feed two – are what you’ll find here. Squat & Gobble has become a new fan favorite over the past handful of years.
Black Sheep Kettle Corn
Nothing goes together better than fresh-made kettle corn and a handmade limeade to wash it down. Both available at this returning food venue.
Their signature item is the Cowboy Cheesesteak, a Midwest twist on the famous Phladelphia sandwich. You also can enjoy fried tomatoes, chocolate dipped cheesecake and fresh lemonade.
Western Sedgwick County Arena Saddle Club
WSCA will be serving up eats and drinks, including hamburgers and hot dogs, during Thursday night’s Ranch Rodeo and on Saturday during the Demolition Derby. Concession stands are located in the west corners of the Fairgrounds Arena.
Nothing screams “county fair” like a funnel cake topped with any number of toppings, or you can be a traditionalist and just go with powdered sugar on top. Have an Onion Blossom, or try a Navajo Taco.
Cotton Candy Dreams
Another sweet treat, cotton candy is a favorite for kids and kids at heart. Stop by and find you favorite, fluffy flavor.