Dragonflies and damselflies were the center of attention during the sixth annual Dragonfly Celebration at Sibley Nature Center. Nancy McIntyre, a biology professor at Texas Tech University and a member of Sibley Nature Center Camera Club, led an outdoor lab on how to net, handle and photograph the insects. Participants learned how to identify the difference between dragonflies and damselflies. McIntyre also presented “Diversity of Dragonflies and Damselflies in Texas Playas” at the center’s auditorium. “How the West was Fun” was the theme for the 10th annual Midland County Fair at the Horseshoe complex. The four-day event, presented by All American Chevrolet of Midland, included a carnival with 34 amusement rides, tractor pull, bull riding, a talent show, a petting zoo with almost 400 farm animals, a taco-eating contest and a butterfly encounter. Inside the pavilion were vendor booths and food trucks serving pizza, barbeque, hamburgers, hotdogs, corndogs, ice cream and drinks. A laser light show was presented on nights from the mainstage of the amphitheater. Stateline Band and Tullie Brea performed on separate nights after the laser show. Frog Buddha Statue, Stone Bathtub, Marbl...