The has been a Bucks County tradition for more than 60 years, and Wednesday at 10 a.m. the 2012 edition of the fair opens to the public.
The fair, which is held at , runs from Wednesday until Sunday.
Thousands of people from around the region are expected to pack the fair this week to experience pig races, displays of local talent, a tractor pull, carnival-style rides and dozens of other fun events.
Don’t forget the famed chicken dinners will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening. The tickets for the mouth-watering meal go on sale in the afternoon and are first-come, first-serve.
The five-day event will feature stands from a slew of local businesses and organizations.
Entertainment will be broken up over four stages that are spread throughout the fairgrounds.
Regular admittance to the fair cost $10 per a car-load. Sunday the fee is reduce to $5. Also, a five-day pass is available for purchase for $30.
Check with Patch Wednesday morning for a listing of the day's events.