Here we go with another years fair. Our membership has grown, interest has grown and of course the support has definitely grown. This tradition we call a fair is so much more. I think our ancestors would be proud that the World's Fair has sustained and continues today. Community is such a big word and can mean so much. The community of this little Agricultural fair is HUGE. We hope you can come spend some time, enter a contest or two, listen to some music, eat some good food and hopefully feel a part of our Community.
Most of all a Big Thank You goes to the Many people that came through the gate to come to enjoy our fair. So many positive comments make it all worth it. Someone who takes the time to shake our hand and say Thank You for Being a Volunteer means the world. Volunteers are what make so many things happen. Without Volunteers where would we be. It is nice to here these comments. Thank you.
The Maine Association of Agricultural Fairs honored the Waterford World's Fair with the Outstanding Small Fair Exhibit Hall award Jan. 29. Director Kathryn Hunter of Topsham Fair presented the plaque to World's Fair President Dana Hemmingway. Close to 500 fair directors and superintendents from the association's 27 member fairs attended the three-day annual event.