Crafts, hobbies and vegetables of all types were on display during the fourth annual Alliance Fair, done in conjunction with their farmers’ market on Aug. 21st. There were around 160 entries spread across 17 categories in the continually growing event. In addition to the fair entries around 10 vendors were set up for the market which occurs regularly on the third Wednesday of each month. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Packed with variety, the Alliance Fair was held Aug. 21st

There were around 160 entries spread accross 17 catagories in the continually growing event

  • Aug. 23, 2019 10:30 a.m.

Crafts, hobbies and vegetables of all types were on display during the fourth annual Alliance Fair, done in conjunction with their farmers’ market on Aug. 21st. There were around 160 entries spread across 17 categories in the continually growing event. In addition to the fair entries around 10 vendors were set up for the market which occurs regularly on the third Wednesday of each month. Kevin J. Sabo photo

There were around 160 entries spread accross 17 catagories in the continually growing event

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