Livingston Centre Historic Village Society to discuss fair plans at meeting
Plans for the Fowlerville Fair will be the primary topic at the monthly meeting of the Livingston Centre Historic Village Society this Thursday, July 6, at 7:00 p.m. in the Fair Office. The agenda will cover several issues related to scheduling and other necessary tasks.
Volunteers are still needed to assist members at the raffle ticket table under the grandstand near the Open Class Photography display. First prize in the annual raffle is a handcrafted full-size Yo-Yo bedspread, made by local crafter Waneta Dorrance. Second prize is an oversized twin quilt made by local quilter, Diane Finley. Other prizes include a battery charger, a birdfeeder, a Kindle Fire, a family pass to Castaway Play Cafe, and a family pass to Canton Water Park, courtesy of county businesses and members. Tickets will be sold beginning Fair Week and are $1.
The historic buildings will be open each afternoon of the Fair and volunteers are needed to serve as docents (guides who conducts visitors through museum building sharing printed information). No experience is necessary and training is provided as volunteers welcome and host fair guests in three-hour shifts.