For those of us who live in a rural area, one of the highlights of summer is attending the local county fair. The Fauquier County fair is a fun-filled, four-day event. This year’s festivities included pig racing, dairy cow and goat shows, a chicken parade, a 4H dog demonstration, a pizza eating contest, cake walks, watermelon seed spitting and pie eating contests, lawn mower and tractor pulls, corn shucking contests, rodeo shows, an apple pie contest, horse shows, and much more.
My daughter and I had a great time riding the amusement rides, watching the events, viewing the contest entries, and eating deliciously unhealthy fair food. Here are a few pictures of our fun-filled day.
For more information on the Fauquier County Fair and the upcoming Fall Harvest Fest on Labor Day weekend, visit the Fauquier County Fair website.
6 thoughts on “Pig Racing and Other Fun at the Fauquier County Fair”
Sorry I missed that! Looks like another fun filled day in your rural Faquier Co. Area.
It was a fun day. Sorry you missed it, too.
The cow looks so silly like it’s smiling 😉
It does, doesn’t it?
Thank you, Elena.