The sights and sounds of the Lamoille County Field Days.
From rides, to good eats and even loggers, there's plenty of reasons to say the fair is fun. This year marks the 51st year for this traditional agricultural fair hosting about 10,000 visitors over a three-day period.
Visitors say it is a great place to enjoy spending time with family and meet up with friends. But the general consensus from fair-goers is positive reinforcement for the selection of rides this year. And besides the rides, what's a fair without clowning around? Buddy the clown has been to this fair for the last five years, and he plans to continue coming, hoping that people across the state will join in on the fun.
"I'm making all sorts of balloons, I can make over 250. Everyone is getting a hat, motorcycles, super laser guns, and dinosaurs, oh dinosaurs are fun," explained entertainer, Buddy the Clown.
And for other returning guests this year, the fair never gets old. Bringing smiles to the young and the old in Lamoille County.
The fair continues Sunday until 4:30 PM. General admission is 10 dollars a person.