It will be “A Fair To Remember!”
After last year’s hiatus due to the pandemic, the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair returns for ten days of fall fun.
Fair Manager Eddie Pitzer says there has been lots of activity at the fairgrounds leading up to Thursday’s opening.
Powers Great American Midways has been setting up and inspecting a good selection of rides for all ages.
Pitzer says there will be a few small safety measures and recommendations in place this year.
While the fair is primarily outdoors, Pitzer says some contest areas will have reduced and spaced out seating.
There will be some greater distancing between some vendors as well.
Pitzer suggests attendees evaluate their own risk, try to be considerate of others, and practice as much social distancing as possible.
Unfortunately, Pitzer says they made the decision to cancel this year’s Queen of the Fair competition due to limited entries.
The Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair runs from this Thursday, September 30th through October 9th.
This Thursday, September 30, the Southern Bank Carload Special will admit a carload of up to six people into the fairgrounds for just $75 ( a savings of $147).
For a complete schedule of fair events, visit WayneFair.com.
This is the 72nd year of the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair.