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.
Everyone age 19 and younger is eligible to enter exhibits in the youth category, even if they are not in 4-H or FFA.
The fair, which will be from July 25 to August 1, will consist of youth animal shows and indoor exhibits and drive-through food pick-up from 4-H and FFA fundraising barbecues and certain fair vendors.
The fair will not have track events, midway shows, rides, carnival games, indoor and outdoor commercial exhibits, or open class entries.
The annual fair is tentatively scheduled for July 25. It is not yet known exactly how the event will be impacted by COVID-19.
Lebanon’s population of animals and farm creatures has always had a large presence at the Area Fair, and this year was no exception.
LebTown photographer Ashley Walters was at the Lebanon Area Fair Thursday evening to checkout some of the contests going on as well as the much-talked about debut of goat yoga.
At the Lebanon Area Fair, music plays a central role.
First responders were admitted free to the fair on Sunday as part of the 2019 Firefighter Games & First Responder’s Day
Goat Yoga is one of the activities debuting this year at the Lebanon Area Fair.
Here are our photos from the first day of the 63rd annual Lebanon Area Fair.
Dancing pigs and transcendental goats are among the new offerings this year at the 63rd annual Lebanon Area Fair.