EAST AMWELL, NJ – The 20th annual Hunterdon County 4-H and Agriculture Fair is underway now through Sunday, Aug. 25.
The event that includes the largest antique tractor display in the Northeast, dozens of shows and contests, all sorts of food, a variety of amusement rides for all ages and free Main Stage entertainment is held at the Roger K. Everitt Fairgrounds here, on Route 179 just south of Ringoes.
Today’s highlights include tractor pulls, Seeing Eye puppy demos, the annual veteran Recognition Ceremony and games, prizes and fun with former 4-H member Dan “Doctor D” Torrone on the Main Stage.
A listing of all the Fair’s events is on the Fair website.
Featured music this week includes Delaware Township farmer "Tractor Dave" Bond and his Real Country Band, Jet Weston & His Atomic Ranch Hands, and the Nashville-based country sister duo Presley & Taylor.
A big fireworks show will be at dusk on Friday. The new Hunterdon County Dairy Princess, Rachel Ewing, and her court of Dairy Ambassadors will be giving away samples of dairy products each afternoon at the Dairy Den.