In 1917, community members were welcomed to the Middleville Fair by beautiful posters designed to appeal to the audience of the day.
The Middleville Fair has a long tradition of entertainment for visitors of all ages. The earliest days focused on produce and livestock of the highest quality. Even this many years later, the exhibit halls will be laden with fine quality products for all to admire. Animals will be in the spotlight to delight the audience. Heritage vehicles and tools of all kinds will demonstrate how things used to be done. Of course, a homecooked turkey supper will top off a day of fun. Gates open at 10 am.
Fair Board Directors for 1930
How many can you name? We need your help! We have a few clues below to help you out.
The Middleville and District Museum will open early at 10 am to welcome visitors while a team of Museum volunteers will also be at the Fairgrounds to greet fairgoers. Look for our display table on the Fairgrounds or take a stroll down the road to the Museum itself.
We'll have the 'Directors of 1930' picture and list of names on our display table so drop by and help us match up the names. Hope to see you there!
This journal is written, researched, and maintained by the volunteers of the Middleville Museum.