Beautiful weather, upgraded attractions and legendary entertainment has the making of a record breaking fair week.

If tonight is any Indicator, it is going to be a fantastic year. Hundreds came out tonight to enjoy a fair that has been a gathering point for our community for 57 years.

A Place for Traditions

Everyone seems to have a special fair tradition but few out pace the famous pancake house. Fair goers stood in line most of the night to get the first shot at pancakes covered with home made syrup and cooked to perfection sausages.

Tomorrow (Tuesday) night is senior citizen night. All senior adults over the age of 55 get in fee.

The Julia Muldrew band takes the main stage at 6:30 pm and Blue Vidi at 8 pm. Tomorrow night is wrist stamp night so rode all you want with a $20 stamp.

Wednesday night is Student night. All students with a current I.D. Are admitted free. Thursday night is Military and Public Saftey appreciation night admitted with a current I.D.

Plan your evening at the fair and support this great community event.

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