Mechanic Street, Bolton Massachusetts 01740
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The Bolton Fair is held in September every year at the fairgrounds, located just off Route 117 in Bolton, MA, near exit 27 off I-495. The Fair traces its beginnings to 1874. Numerous exhibits and activities take place on 35 acres of woods and fields, with a great mix of animals and agriculture, food and family fun, contests and crafts, music and a midway of rides and games. Visitors young and old will find plenty of entertainment at the fair. See demonstrations, including sheep shearing, blacksmithing, milking, and spinning. For a complete entertainment schedule, check the fair web site.
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01/29 Coming to The Bolton area
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