Fall Fair August 5

  • Jan. 22, 2007 6:00 p.m.

submitted by Linda Louis–The Tlell Fall Fair has been set for Sunday August 5. This is a family event of entertainment, good food, gate prizes and a display of islanders’ skills in farmyard, workshop, garden, and kitchen. There is something for every age group.
This is the fair’s twenty-fifth anniversary. Our theme this year is “Kids Day At The Fair”, after all we are just kids. This will be reflected in costumes, decorations and special displays.
How to decorate a pair of kid’s jeans or overalls. This is the craft challenge this year. There is no entry fee! All you do is decorate a pair of jeans or overalls (they don’t need to be new), bring them to the fair grounds the day before the fair so they can be displayed. The public will be the judge and who knows maybe you’ll go home with a prize.
So let’s get our creative juices flowing. If you have any questions, call Linda, 559-8975

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