Family Day At The Tioga County Fair
Home Page correspondent Julianna Vogt along with Kayden Pearson, attended Family Day at the fair yesterday. They had many opportunities to see and hear the fun of the day while the amusement rides were busily going on behind them. Family Day gave the children under the age of 11 free admissions. If a caregiver for the children paid a $3.00 fee, they could ride on the amusement rides for the entire day. And there were many rides for them to choose from!
Kayden and Julianna chose a few animal barns to visit and made friends along the way, like Silver the Sheep and Fing the cow. The young owners appreciate it when others admire their farm animals too!
They were also introduced to two Texas Long Horns, Firecracker, three months old, and Dynamite, two months old. Their grandmother was teaching granddaughters who were visiting from Vermont how to care for these animals and show them at the fair.
Also, on Family Day, at the fair, free bike helmets were being measured and handed out by the senior stakeholder relations coordinator of Repsol oil and gas, Scott Snow, alongside Brittany O’Connor, deputy sheriff of Tioga County.
The Tioga County Fair runs until Saturday evening and we hope you have the opportunity to stop by to make your own memories at the fair!