Tag: Alabama National Fair

Goodbye, Fair!

Goodbye, Fair!

By on 10 October, 2018 in City Living, Fun, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

We went to the Alabama National Fair in 2013 and wrote it up for Midtown Montgomery Living. It’s such a colorful and visually interesting experience, we even devoted another whole post to photos, including some gems from the Ferris Wheel and some of the Frisbee dogs. We went again last year, framing our post as […]

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Eight Fair Mistakes

Eight Fair Mistakes

By on 2 November, 2017 in Food, Fun, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

You think you know what to expect from the Alabama National Fair – a lot of pretty unhealthy food items, some people harassing you to play games and win stuffed animals, a number of recently reassembled shiny rides designed to move quickly for several days at a time and then be transported cross-country. We went […]

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Alabama National Fair: Missing photos! Revealed!

Alabama National Fair: Missing photos! Revealed!

By on 21 October, 2013 in Fun, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

We were like children when the Alabama National Fair came to town a few weeks back (Warning: Clicking that link opens the official website of the fair, but also causes a crazy song to play. You’ve been warned.) Evidently, we were not the only ones. Attendance for the fair was up over 20 percent this […]

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The Alabama National Fair

The Alabama National Fair

By on 10 October, 2013 in Fun, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

There is really no good reason why we hadn’t been to the fair yet. We have lived in Montgomery for several years, and attending the fair seems like something that we would have done. Sure, we’re often out of town in the fall, but the fair is open for long enough that we simply don’t […]

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Alabama National Fair

Alabama National Fair

A lot of prose has been devoted over the years to talking about the annual county fair as some great symbol of autumn, waxing poetic about the waxing harvest moon, and considerable carrying on about agricultural festivals, celebrating the start of the march into winter. While all of that is great in its own cliched […]

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