Chloe Bomgardner crowned Kylee Williams as 2023 Alternate Lebanon Area Fair Queen and Madison Copenhaver as 2023 Lebanon Area Fair Queen.
This year’s fair was bustling with thousands of fairgoers, hundreds of volunteers and exhibitors, and dozens of vendors on its opening day.
With the 2023 Lebanon Area Fair just days away, Michelle Kaufman and Jodi Dresch share their experiences of serving on its committees.
Siegel and Kerwin shared how the Lebanon Area Fair and the Lebanon Expo Center work together to make the fair a success every year.
Planning for the 2023 Lebanon Area Fair began sometime in 2021.
The Lebanon Area Fair, running from July 22-29, harmonizes its agricultural roots with a dynamic roster of nearly two dozen musical acts.
As the entry deadline approaches, Lori Voight shared how youth ag competitions can positively impact youth, their families, and their communities.
Daniel “Dan” Siegel, the chairperson of the Lebanon Area Fair, reflected on this year’s fair and its turnout with LebTown.
Around 5:30 p.m. July 23, Katie Shaak’s reign as fair queen ended, and Chloe Bomgardner’s reign began.
This year’s fair is in full swing. Whether or not you plan to line dance with DJ Chicken Nugget, here’s what’s on the menu for when you grab your partner for a bite to eat.
Ride the Ferris wheel. Eat chicken nuggets or dance with them. Or watch the crowning of the queen. As of Saturday, this year’s fair is underway.
The Lebanon Area Fair this year will offer a broad range of music performances, including some homegrown talent that got its start at the fair in years past.
This year’s Lebanon Area Fair drew more than 60,000 visitors during the week. Most of those in attendance were local residents.
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.