A summer tradition reached 108 years today! The Priddis and Millarville Fair was once again back at the Millarville Racetrack. The day was kicked off with the Farmers Market, where as usual there was never a shortage of delicious fresh fruits, veggies, and homemade goodies. Then all the fair festivities began. Everything from artwork to baking to quilts were judged at the fair, and talented people of all ages participated and showed of there best creations. Lots of animals also strutted their stuff at the fair. There were roosters, llamas, alpacas, sheep, ducks and many other wonderful creatures. Some of them even showed off their talents too such as the roosters in their rooster crowing competition. And of course we can't forget about the agriculture. All kinds of crop samples were on display and judged, and treasures from the garden such as huge potatoes, zucchini, and beans also had to go through the rigorous judging process to try to get that first place ribbon. Despite the cooler and damp weather, many people didn't allow that to hold them back. They threw on their rain boots and layers and took in all that the fair had to offer. All in all it was another great Priddis and Millarville Fair!