The Wisconsin State Fair is the latest to say it doesn’t have enough workers.
Fair manager Kathleen O’Leary yesterday said the fair will trim its hours this year, so the gates will open at 11 a.m. because of Wisconsin’s worker shortage. The fair is also looking to go as cashless as it can, meaning parking will be 100-percent cashless this year. There will also be some coronavirus precautions, but there will not be a mask requirement. The fair kicks off August 5th and runs through the 15th.