A Thank You Note…

This note was sent to us by a dear friend of ours from Israel who is a relative of members of our community. We are all dependent on rain, and even if it sometimes turns our plans upside down, we’ll never complain. Without it things would surely be worse. And so it happened that the

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Seminars

Be sure to check out the Schedule of Events! We have all three days packed with seminars and demonstrations (nearly all of them are held indoors) on many different topics, such as Sustainable Gardening, Beekeeping, Cheese making, Soap making, Food Preservation, Creative Writing, and much much more. These seminars and demonstrations are all free during

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A Maze of Hay

Hay Maze

This year’s hay maze is up today! Young and young at heart all love the hay maze at the Fair every year. Made from approximately 700 bales of hay, this maze is a lot of fun. (If you’re not able to crawl, consider before entering – there are a couple of tunnels hidden in the

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Tamales Ready

Our hand made tamales are prepared and ready for the Fair! We made 3300 tamales (275 dozen) with a total of 725 hours. (That was 25 people working 29 hours) There was an additional 10 hours of hauling ingredients and driving from kitchen to coolers during a 4 day period. We used 250 pounds of

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