Laser tag and alligator meat


One of the new attractions this year at the fair is laser tag, free to participants (set up scheduled for Saturday through Tuesday only). It proved to be a popular activity, said Fairboard President Scot Gerber. Also new to the fairgrounds are Big G’s alligator on-a-stick, available through a food vendor. Louisiana-style food can also be had with crawfish (aka crayfish), also new to the county fair. Another new food vendor is Murtty’s Concessions (out of Martinsville) which opens early for breakfast and is known for tator tot bowls and wood-fired pizzas. And Fairboard Vice President Kevin Garen said altogether there are 14 amusement rides — “more than we’ve had in a long time.”

One of the new attractions this year at the fair is laser tag, free to participants (set up scheduled for Saturday through Tuesday only). It proved to be a popular activity, said Fairboard President Scot Gerber. Also new to the fairgrounds are Big G’s alligator on-a-stick, available through a food vendor. Louisiana-style food can also be had with crawfish (aka crayfish), also new to the county fair. Another new food vendor is Murtty’s Concessions (out of Martinsville) which opens early for breakfast and is known for tator tot bowls and wood-fired pizzas. And Fairboard Vice President Kevin Garen said altogether there are 14 amusement rides — “more than we’ve had in a long time.”


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

One of the new attractions this year at the fair is laser tag, free to participants (set up scheduled for Saturday through Tuesday only). It proved to be a popular activity, said Fairboard President Scot Gerber. Also new to the fairgrounds are Big G’s alligator on-a-stick, available through a food vendor. Louisiana-style food can also be had with crawfish (aka crayfish), also new to the county fair. Another new food vendor is Murtty’s Concessions (out of Martinsville) which opens early for breakfast and is known for tator tot bowls and wood-fired pizzas. And Fairboard Vice President Kevin Garen said altogether there are 14 amusement rides — “more than we’ve had in a long time.”

One of the new attractions this year at the fair is laser tag, free to participants (set up scheduled for Saturday through Tuesday only). It proved to be a popular activity, said Fairboard President Scot Gerber. Also new to the fairgrounds are Big G’s alligator on-a-stick, available through a food vendor. Louisiana-style food can also be had with crawfish (aka crayfish), also new to the county fair. Another new food vendor is Murtty’s Concessions (out of Martinsville) which opens early for breakfast and is known for tator tot bowls and wood-fired pizzas. And Fairboard Vice President Kevin Garen said altogether there are 14 amusement rides — “more than we’ve had in a long time.”
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/07/web1_laser_p-1.jpgOne of the new attractions this year at the fair is laser tag, free to participants (set up scheduled for Saturday through Tuesday only). It proved to be a popular activity, said Fairboard President Scot Gerber. Also new to the fairgrounds are Big G’s alligator on-a-stick, available through a food vendor. Louisiana-style food can also be had with crawfish (aka crayfish), also new to the county fair. Another new food vendor is Murtty’s Concessions (out of Martinsville) which opens early for breakfast and is known for tator tot bowls and wood-fired pizzas. And Fairboard Vice President Kevin Garen said altogether there are 14 amusement rides — “more than we’ve had in a long time.” Gary Huffenberger | News Journal