There are all kinds of things to do at the Plympton-Wyoming Fair, including wrestling.
Lesley Brumwell admits she’s not a farm girl but the president of the Plympton & Wyoming Agricultural Society says she loves the fall fair.
“It brings the town together,” says Brumwell of the annual event, which begins Friday night. “Everybody gets to socialize…when you go to London for the fair, it’s the big publicity stuff. We’re still a small town little fair where you can meet family and friends.”
The 167th Annual fair kicks off Friday night with the Ambassador Contest at 7pm and the dance with Scott Manery and the Barnburners.
The parade winds down Wyoming’s main street Saturday at noon.
There is a midway this year for the little people and even an adult ride.
There will also be a log sawing contest, trade exhibits, a jaws of life demonstration and wrestlers at the Livestock Building Saturday night. “They put on an awesome show,” says Brumwell.
And the home craft and school exhibits are always a big hit, according to Brumwell.
“I’d have to say I’m not a farm girl, enjoy browsing in the animal, but probably the exhibits to see what the kids are involved with and the creativity of what they did,” she says.
– Heather Wright