Grange Fair: Getting Ready!

I’m making up a ton of peanut-butter and jelly sandwiches to stick in the freezer (yep, you can freeze pb&j!), so we can grab our lunch and go to the fair as often as possible. We budgeted to enjoy a funnel cake here and there, but I’m trying to strategize about how we’re going to do meals throughout the week. I’m hoping that I stick to my plan of simple crock-pot meals, wraps, and homemade pizza because I know that once I get to the fair, the piping hot subs and soft-served ice cream will be calling my name.

While I’m at it, I’ll be stopping by the library to pick up a copy of The Grange Fair: An American Tradition for our annual viewing. If you haven’t seen this yet, snag a copy from the Centre Hall Library (we’ll return ours as soon as possible, I promise!), buy it, or keep your eye open for it on cable. My sister and brother-in-law are coming into town from Philadelphia and they made a special request that we all watch it together. It’s so much fun to see the same names and faces at the fair. (Last year, we spotted the Grange Fair Queen and the chicken-raisers, all grown up. We felt like we knew them personally.)

What are you doing to get ready for the Fair?Enjoy your home,

About Laura

We are one little family and we're on a mission: we want to discover our hometown and share the treasures with you! Just think of all the tractor-pulls, restaurants, farm stands, mom-and-pop shops, and local attractions that we'll enjoy together. We hope that our discoveries and ideas strengthen your family and our hometown Penns Valley, Pennsylvania.
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