In Vermont they may call them agricultural fairs, county fairs, farmer’s day exhibitions, field days, summer festivals, or simply fairs. By whatever name, there are many fairs throughout the state of Vermont including the Vermont State Fair in September. The longest running fair in Vermont is the Bondville Fair which was first held in 1797.
Following is a list of the fairs held in Vermont every year.
|July||Bradford Fair||Bradford, VT|
|July||Franklin County Field Days||Highgate, VT|
|July||Lamoille County Field Days||Johnson, VT|
|July||Windsor County Agricultural Fair (Closed. 2012 was the last year.)||Springfield, VT|
|August||Addison County Fair & Field Days||New Haven, VT|
|August||Bondville Fair||Bondville, VT|
|August||Caledonia County Fair||Lyndonville, VT|
|August||Deerfield Valley Farmers’ Day Exhibition||Wilmington, VT|
|August||Midd Summer Festival||Middlebury, VT|
|August||Orleans County Fair||Barton, VT|
|September||Guilford Fair||Guilford, VT|
|September||Peru Fair||Peru, VT|
|September||Tunbridge World’s Fair||Tunbridge, VT|
|September||Vermont State Fair||Rutland, VT|