For 10 days every September,the city hosts the annual event that takes place at the 280-acre fairgrounds. Guests enjoy everything from viewing blue ribbon exhibits to exciting rodeos and thrilling carnival rides. See the numerous agricultural and educational displays along with strange artifacts, homemade crafts and a lengthy selection of competitions and demonstrations sure to please visitors of all ages.

Come celebrate the fall harvest with the rest of the community at the local cider mill where visitors have the chance to sip homemade cider and eat delicious BBQ while listening to live music and looking at the many locally made crafts. The fun-filled event takes place during the last weekend in September and the first weekend in October.

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