EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J.– The Middlesex County Fair
Association today announced the full schedule for the 2015 Middlesex
County Fair, to be held at the Middlesex County Fairgrounds in East
Brunswick, New Jersey.

The fair, celebrating its 77th anniversary season, will offer a full
slate of rides, food, craft vendors, entertainers, live music, and 4-H
events, as well as king and queen, home arts and animal competitions.
The county’s agricultural heritage will also be represented through
animal and vintage farm equipment displays. The fair will be open
Monday, August 3 through Friday, August 7 from 5 p.m. to 11 pm.,
Saturday, August 8 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday, August 9 with
expanded hours from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The tradition of affordable entertainment continues in 2015, with the
fair offering an entry fee of seven dollars – among the lowest for
county fairs in New Jersey – and free parking. Seniors 65 and over can
enjoy a discounted $4 entry fee, and children 3-12 may enter the fair
for $1. Children under 3 may enter for free, as well as anyone who
donates blood at the Blood Center of New Jersey truck located at the
fair throughout the week. Patrons are encouraged to visit the fair
website at www.middlesexcountyfair.com and follow the fair on Facebook
and Twitter for the latest updates before and during fair week.

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“We’ve been a part of this community for 77 years, and we continue to
provide Middlesex County with a family-friendly, reasonably-priced
fair this year,” noted Alan Habiak, president of the Middlesex County
Fair Association. “With the overwhelmingly positive reaction to our
expanded hours for the 2014 fair, we’ve expanded them again this

Patrons are encouraged to visit the fair association’s website,
www.middlesexcountyfair.com, which includes directions and parking
information, as well as a full printable schedule of events,
entertainment, competitions and vendors at the fair.

About the Middlesex County Fair Association

The Middlesex County Fair Association has stayed true to its mission
of advancing agriculture, education, and the greater Middlesex County
community for 77 years. Founded in 1938, the association is a private,
non-profit organization that derives its funding from operation of the
annual Middlesex County Fair. It is managed by a board of trustees
consisting of local farmers and community volunteers, with sponsorship
from the Middlesex County Board of Agriculture. The annual fair, held
the first full week of August each year on the Middlesex County
Fairgrounds in East Brunswick, N.J., attracts more than 85,000
visitors of all ages from across the New York metropolitan area each
year. Through its operation of the fair, the association donates
thousands of dollars to local high schools, first responders, and
charities that serve its mission. To learn more about the fair, visit