The Brooke County Fair features fun for all
Harvest season is fast approaching, and with it comes our local fall fair season.
Festivities kick off this weekend with the Brooke County Fair, which gets under way at 5 p.m. Friday at Brooke Hills Park, with activities continuing through Sunday.
The weekend will include a variety of games, entertainment, rides, contests and more, with something for just about everyone to enjoy.
Included in this year’s lineup is a butterfly release on Friday, with a full schedule featuring the Brooke County Schools Tug of War competition, a pizza-eating contest, mud volleyball, a demolition derby, the Fair Idol talent competition, a chili cookoff, a kids farmers market, and a twins, triplets and more contest throughout the weekend.
The Brooke County Fair is three days of fun for the community. It’s an opportunity to get out before the weather changes, have an enjoyable weekend surrounded by family and friends and experience some of what Brooke County has to offer.
Patty Lish and Cathy Hervey head up the fair board which plans the annual event. They, members of the fair board and many other volunteers have worked hard for the past year to ensure this year’s fair will be a success.
The Brooke County Fair is a great community event, and we hope you will find time to attend.