Welcome to the 141st Annual
|New this Season: , Chelsea Cavanaugh, Lawnmower Races, Chicken Barnyard & Crackle Review, Indian River Lumberjack Show, Tim Carr, and Bobo the Clown! Back again: Demo Derby, Truck & Tractor & Horse & Pony Pulls, Buffalo Barfield's "Unherd" of Entertainment, Northern Star Productions vocal contests, and more!--another exciting summer of family entertainment!|
Summer Vacation, hot apple pie, lemonade, and a great county fair - now, that's the recipe for a taste of Americaright here in Broome County!
Beat the gas pump by celebrating your family's summer close to home with the Broome County Fair, featuring the Gillette Family Show. The 141st Annual Broome County Fair will begin brimming with fun on Tuesday, July 28, and simmer with excitement through Sunday, August 2, at the Whitney Point Fairgrounds, where the Gillette Shows will once again electrify the Midway with awesome amusement rides and games as they celebrate their 34th year at the Fair!
|A GREAT FAMILY VALUE!!|
SEASON ADMISSION PASS $18.00 ($10.00 ages 5-12), available at Gregg's Big M at both Whitney Point and Marathon locations, NBT Bank in Whitney Point, and M&T Bank in Whitney Point, and lastly at the Fair Office over the weekend before the Fair.
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The Broome County Agricultural Society presents the 141st Broome County Fair from July 28th to the August 2nd at the Whitney Point Fairgrounds. This famous rural event, which traditionally opens its gates to visitors from across New York State during the last week in July, has a rich history reaching back to 1871 in Whitney Point. Annually the Fair Board exhibits numerous attractions at the Fairgrounds, such as agricultural equipment and car shows, but the climax of the year comes when the Broome County Fair is held, bringing thrills and cheers to children of all ages. The Broome County Fairgrounds is a part of Whitney Points historical past that has been preserved for future generations.
The 141st Broome County Fair invites all Broome County residents and visitors to celebrate a connection to the agri-culture of our region. The tradition that reminds us to bring our tools and domesticated animals together to admire their strength (the tractor pull! the pony pull!), that joins us in carnival fun (the ferris wheel! the carousel!), that fills our bellies with carnival fare (the foot-long hotdogs! the deep-fried pickles!) - this tradition in which many of us were raised and nurtured calls us to the handshakes and smiles of neighbors taking rest from work in play.
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