LebTown looked into the way the Lebanon Area Fair affects its neighboring businesses in the North Cornwall Commons across the street.
Every year, dedicated youth exhibitors bring their animals to the Lebanon Area Farm Show to compete. LebTown talked to a few exhibitors about their experiences.
Saturday kicked off the Lebanon Area Fair, and the day was full of activities for all ages. With a week to go of food, exhibiting, and events, here’s LebTown’s photos from the first day of fair festivities.
Saturday, the 2019 Lebanon Area Fair Queen Shay Miller passed on her title to the 2021 Fair Queen Katie Shaak.
The Fair will run daily, beginning at 8 a.m., with gates closing at 10 p.m. Admission to the fair is $5 after 3 p.m., while some of the special events on the fairgrounds’ track require a separate charge.
Organizers of the annual Lebanon Area Fair aren’t letting the limitations of 2020 get in the way of hosting a big event this year for everyone who missed the popular event and is eager to indulge in a little wholesome excitement.
Classic rock ‘n’ roll, blues, jazz, big band, religious, and country music will be featured daily at the 65th Lebanon Area Fair, July 24 through 31 at the Lebanon Fairgrounds.
“The 2020 Lebanon Area Fair has officially come to an end and we have had some time to reflect on what we achieved during the most unique fair that any of us have ever experienced.”
Results from the 2020 Lebanon Area Fair youth exhibits.
The Lebanon Area Fair finished its annual event with a drive-in fireworks show.
The event is free to enter, however, donations to help fund the fireworks display are greatly appreciated.
It’s the annual event of the summer, and it has been for over sixty years.
Concession stands including Penn Valley Shows, Lebanon County Dairy Promotion Milkshakes, Auntie Anne’s Pretzels and Robin’s Italian Ice will be in attendance providing drive-in fair food.
Alayna Harrell, a 2020 Annville-Cleona High School graduate, is continuing her service to the agriculture community as an officer for the Pennsylvania State FFA organization.
Danielle and Justine Geyer are more than a couple of turkey experts. The Myerstown sister tandem is bent on raising their birds to the best of their abilities, together.