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New attractions to see at Exchange Club Fair

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November 1, 2004

Albany - It's fair time in Albany! The Exchange Club Fair begins Tuesday night. The parking lot opens at 2:00PM, with an opening ceremony at 2:30PM and gates opening at 3:00PM.

This year, visitors can watch a circus performance each night in addition to enjoying the rides, food, and games. "The circus will have elephants, lions, tigers, clowns and a high-wire act," said Fair Manager Skip Nichols. "There will be an impressive dog show too. It's something that the Strait's want to do for public this year, so they're bringing in this free circus for us."

Tuesday night is Harvey's night at the fair. Stop by a Harvey's grocery store to get a coupon for a wristband, which allows you to ride all night for $10. Park admission is $5 and children under 48 inches tall get in free. The fair runs until Saturday.

Posted at 3:30PM by kathryn.murchison@walb.com

 

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