Tanana Valley State Fair hosts October Fall Festival
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - The Tanana Valley State Fair hosted the October Fall Festival at the fair grounds today from noon to 4 p.m.
After paying an entry fee of $5 a person or $12 per single family, all kids were given a Halloween bag to collect candy in from various vendors and volunteers.
There was music, hayrides, a looking zoo, movies, games as well as food. Many people went to see the Pumpkin Patch that on display as well.
Attendees were asked what their favorite part was about the event.
Caitlyn and Collin Pratt replied, “The pumpkin patch. Yeah, the pumpkin patch for sure cause we got little ones and pumpkins... we got a big pumpkin for the two of us, cause we’re children.”
Another attendee, Priscilla Rice, said, “My favorite part of the Fall Festival is seeing all the different groups come together and bring their activities and children’s games here, because every year there is something new.”
Michael Hatfield, a Hutchison High coach said his favorite part was ”just getting the community out, and being able to be together out here supporting all of the different activities... all the different events and charities we have out here.”
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