It’s time once again for the 65th annual Piece County Fair held at Frontier Park in Graham. The fair will run from August 9th – 12th with gates opening at 10:00am each day. Come enjoy all the fun fair foods and a variety of entertainment acts and attractions as well as the many 4-H exhibitions. There will also be a kid’s pedal tractor pull, rides and games. Be sure to take advantage of the several Thursday specials including free admission for military and their families. To view all of the specials visit the web site listed below. In addition, Graham Fire & Rescue will be teaming up with the Pierce County Fire Marshal's office and several other agencies to provide the award winning educational exhibit helping your kids “Learn not to Burn”. Graham Fire & Rescue also serves as the fair’s First Aid provider.
For more information as well as admission information, schedules and rules go to http://www.piercecountyfair.com/index.htm
Author:Brandi Rademacher Phone: 253-224-6663 Dated: August 8th 2012 Views: 1,493 About Brandi: Brandi Rademacher with RE/MAX Realty South is the Professional Realtor who other Realtors come to fo...
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