year that our family farm has been showing our brown cows.”
There are food stands featuring fried dough, grilled sausage with pepper and onions, among other offerings. Dave Fuller, of Fuller’s Sugarhouse, will be selling vanilla ice cream with its award-winning maple syrup, as well as maple cotton candy. Fuller’s Sugarhouse has participated in the Lancaster Fair for over 20 years. “This is an old-fashioned agricultural fair, where the entire family can experience and learn about our region’s farming heritage,” said Dave Fuller. “It’s great to see children visiting the barnyard and milking cows. There are just so many things for families to do.” Entertaining Grandstand Shows Each day of the Fair features a variety of grandstand shows – Cruise Night, 5th Annual Fireman’s Muster, New England Championship Wrestling, and Pig Scramble ,concert by Confederate Railroad– all free with paid admission. It’s all about the horsepower at the Fair’s paid ($8 admission) grandstand shows: a Big Rig Truck Pull at 1 pm and a 4 x 4 Truck Pull at 6 pm on Sunday, August 31, and a Demolition Derby at 3:30 pm on Monday, September 1. Drivers are coming from as far north as Canada and as far south as New Jersey to participate in these high-octane, motorized competitions.
Grammy-nominated country band, Confederate Railroad, is the featured entertainment on Saturday, August 30, at 7 p.m. Krazy Kountry Band will warm up the audience at 5 p.m. Both shows are free with paid admission.
The sponsors for the 2014 Lancaster Fair are: Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank, Allied Insurance, Passumpsic Savings Bank, Bank of New Hampshire, Beattie Enterprises, Carroll Concrete, Chappys Concessions, Cloutier Sand & Gravel, Fitch Fuel, North Country Ford, The Forbes Farm, and White Mountain Dental. (This prayer should be said during three consecutive days. The grace requested will be obtained following the three days of prayer. Have the prayer published without divulging the request and simply add your initials)