Knott's Goes Back to its Roots with a Down Home Country Fair

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It's time for a good old fashioned Country Fair at Knott's Berry Farm this spring. From pig races to pie eating contests, Knott's Berry Farm will bring back the best of what everyone loves about country fairs.

Knott's Berry Farm is bringing back the traditional Country Fair starting April 16 and running through Easter Sunday, April 24. Knott's Country Fair will include competitive games, unique exhibits, and contests that the whole family will enjoy.

Knott's Ghost Town will include special demontrations including blacksmithing, woodworking, and weaving and spinning. Knott's Wilderness Dance Hall will be filled with a HO model railroad exhibit as well as cooking and gardening demonstrations. Kids can participate in Cowboy 101 and learn the ropes of being a real cowboy.

Guests will hear squealing coming from Calico Sqaure as Knott's welcomes the Alaskan Racing Pigs (April 16-19) as well as learn what it takes to raise farm animals from local high school agricultural departments (April 21-24). Also in Calico Square, guests can take part in some friendly competitions with the egg and spoon race, pie eating contest and the delicious cake walk. All this and much, much more awaits guests to Knott's Country Fair.


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