Appalachian Fair swings into action
Jennifer Sprouse, NET News Service
Aug 19, 2013 at 9:28 PM
While there were still a few more hours before Easton Corbin was set to perform on the Main Stage and before the next Miss Appalachian Fair was to be selected and crowned, there were plenty of things to keep the growing crowd at the 87th Appalachian Fair in Gray occupied Monday afternoon.
The rides and various food vendors seemed to be instant attractions as visitors stood in line to ride the X-Factory or chowed down on fair food favorites, but one building that had a constant flow of people was the Barnyard Nursery.
Inside kids and adults knelt down to get eye-to-eye with a goat or a bunny, and a big crowd continued to gather around the pond area to watch as baby ducks slid down a makeshift slide into the water.
Read the full report on the Johnson City Press website.