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All the County Fairs Happening This Summer in Western PA

Mark your calendars. There are 35 county fairs in western Pennsylvania this summer.


For city dwellers, summertime means heading to the Three Rivers Arts Festival or the Regatta. But the 'burbs and neighboring counties each have their own summer festivities: county fairs. Pittsburgh Magazine partner Farm to Table Western PA recently released a handy listing of all the county fairs in our region in its annual Local Food Guide. Aside from being a great place to buy and sell locally grown foods, county fairs are a fun, and often nostalgic, summer pastime you won't want to miss. 

Armstrong County
  • Dayton Fair, Aug. 12-17
Beaver County
  • Hookstown - Beaver County Fair, Aug. 20-24
  • Big Knob Grange Fair, Aug. 25-31
Bedford County
  • Bedford County Fair, July 21-27
Blair County
  • Williamsburg Community Farm Show, Aug. 18-24
Butler County
  • Big Butler Fair, June 28 - July 6
Cambria County
  • American Legion County Fair, Sept. 1-7
Cameron County
  • Cameron County Fair, Aug. 4 - 10
Clarion County
  • Clarion County Fair, July 21-27
Clearfield County
  • Clearfield County Fair, July 28 - Aug. 3
  • Clearfield Harmony Grange Fair, Sept. 17-21
Crawford County
  • Cochranton Community Fair, Aug. 5-10
  • Crawford County Fair, Aug. 17-24
  • Crawford Spartansburg Community Fair, Sept. 3-8
Elk County
  • Elk County Fair, Aug. 6-10
Erie County
  • Erie County Fair, Aug. 7-18
Fayette County
  • Fayette County Fair, July 25 - Aug. 3
Forest / Clarion Counties
  • Wolf's Corner Fair, June 30 - July 6
Franklin County
  • Franklin County Fair, July 7-13
Greene County
  • Jacktown Fair, July 16-20
  • Greene County Fair, Aug. 23 - Sept. 1
Indiana County
  • Indiana County Fair, Aug. 25-31
  • ​Cookport Fair, Sept. 9-14
Jefferson County
  • Jefferson County Fair, July 14-20
  • Sykesville Agricultural and Youth Fair, Aug. 4-10
Lawrence County
  • Lawrence County Fair, Aug. 12-17
McKean County
  • McKean County Fair, Aug. 12-17
Mercer County
  • Mercer County Grange Fair, July 7-13
  • Great Stoneboro Fair, Aug. 28 - Sept. 2
Somerset County
  • Somerset County Fair, Aug. 17-24
Venango County
  • Venango County Fair, Aug. 3-10
Warren County
  • Warren County Fair, Aug. 6-10
Washington County
  • Washington County Fair, Aug. 11-17
Westmoreland County
  • Westmoreland Fair, Aug. 16-24
  • Derry Township Agricultural Fair, July 14-20


Get a free download of the Farm to Table Western PA Local Food Guide here, or view the digital edition here

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