BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset County 4-H Fair returned to North Branch Park this week, bringing a range of animals, robotics projects and more to show off the work participants have been doing this past year.

Students showed off their dogs' tricks, and guests had the chance to check out different cows, sheep, goats and more. In addition, local robotics teams showed off their work, while other students raced RC cars and showed off their arts projects.

The Somerset County 4-H Fair has been held since 1948, and there are no admission or parking fees. It recognizes the accomplishments of 1,000 4-H members and showcases a wide variety of 4-H projects.

The fair is sponsored by the Somerset County 4-H Association and the Board of Chosen Freeholders, and other partners include the Somerset County Park Commission and Raritan Valley Community College.