A county fair to remember
The 59th Annual Lawrence County Fair
Published: Monday, August 13, 2012
Updated: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 20:08
SCOTT TOWNSHIP, Pa.-- The livestock, carnival rides, food vendors and crowds have arrived at Lawrence County Fairgrounds across from Laurel High School for the annual celebration of agriculture and county traditions. The fair runs through Aug. 18.
NASCAR driver Sam Hornish Jr. signed autographs at the Shell Tent on Tuesday.— Image courtesy the Lawrence County Fair.
Organizers of the 59th annual Lawrence County Fair have launched an impressive campaign on Facebook where they are calling it the greatest show in Western Pennsylvania. The 2012 version of the fair includes nightly events from truck pulls to country music concerts to draw in and keep the crowds entertain all week long.
The fair links community and farming traditions. The breed Grand Champions all lined up together for Supreme Champion after the 4-H Dairy show. Image courtesy the Lawrence County Fair.
Fair admission is $8 per person per day for access to the fairground and all the rides. Grandstand events come with a separate cost for each night of the fair. You can review a complete list of events and fees online at official website for the Lawrence County Fair. The Fair is also featured on Facebook.