COVER-September 2019

COVER-September 2019

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The Tennessee Valley Fair

 "TENNESSEE simply must have a fair!" from these words - more or less -the tennessee Valley Fair was born. In our humble beginnings over 100 years ago, the fair scene was quite different - attire, technology, transportation, entertainment. At the same time, some things remain a constant - agriculture, rides, food, fun, and making memories. That's the magic of the fair: it's a place that is new yet familiar. A place where you make memories and reminisce all at once.  over 100 years ago, East Tennessee dreamed of having a fair showing off their Tennessee heritage and taalents. To this day, the Tennessee Valley Fair has kept that dream true. Thousands of people have their hands in making a wonderful event happen while over 130,000 fairgoers set their sights on enjoying a September day. Welcome to the 100th Tennessee Valley Fair. It wouldn't be possible with out you. We can't wait to celebrate with you and look forward to many more years. 

 1916 - the first, known as the East Tennessee Division Fair. 

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