Diligently trudging along, all with the same common goal... FAIR WEEK. Some have inside paper work, some have grounds work, and building repair, some feeding animals, some working on projects of sorts, sewing, gluing, knitting, painting...
With the ever continuing chilled weather it is difficult to keep summer on mind. It makes it seem further away than it really is. With only a mere 91 days left until the opening of the 128th annual Fowlerville Family Fair, some are starting to feel the pressure. Some of us do not even have that many days to prepare as the work must be completed long before the start.
There are some aspects that are coming together nicely, and others, well... the fair will happen whether we are ready or not.
The new and improved website is up and running now. There are a few things left to fix, and add, but all in all we are happy with this change. Thank you to a wonderful "Friend of the Fair" for completing this for us in such a stressful time. While visiting the website, make sure you sign up for our email update list. www.FowlervilleFamilyFair.com
A few events happening at the grounds:
April 26th, Saturday the Grand Equestrian 4-H Therapeutic Riders Program will be holding a Scrap Metal Drive. This fundraiser has been a huge success in the past and will allow the TRP to continue the program for special need youth in Livingston County. The scrap metal drop off is at the Fairgrounds on Saturday April 26th from 10:00am - 3:00pm. Bring old scrap metal (anything large or small) to DONATE for recycling. Please NO refrigerators, freezers, or air conditioners. If you have any questions, please call Dortha Bugard 517-521-3570.
April 27th, Sunday LCRC is hosting a Radio Controlled Swap Meet. Anything RC operated will be available, along with parts and pieces. Anyone is welcome to shop or watch demonstrations. The Swap is open 9:00am - 2:00pm. Spaces to rent are still available. There is a $5 gate fee 15 and under are free and Military & Veterans are free with identification.
May 3-4 VMCCA Auto Swap Meet. Vendors fill the grounds with wonderful treasures.
May 15 Farm Bureau Ag Awareness Day. 1000 3rd grade students from around Livingston County travel to the fairgrounds for a day long Agricultural Education.
May 17 4-H Indoor/Outdoor Garage Sale. Tables can be rented for $25 and is open to the public with free admission. The $25 fee is a 4-H fundraiser.
May 31 - Wal-Mart of Fowlerville Community Event with all proceeds to benefit the Children's Miracle Network. 2pm-5pm a wonderful Family Event!
Please feel free to contact the fair office for more information. 517-223-8186 or email@example.com