1890 Union Fair in Marathon
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The 1890 Union Fair celebrates the American family and is dedicated to the preservation of families and the things they do together. Life in a small town best exemplifies what America is all about. Communities filled with pride and spirit give young people a safe environment in which to grow.
Featuring baked goods, vendors, quilt and garden displays, a raffle and auction, the annual event brings hundreds of people to Main Street for a day of festivities. This year, the 1890 Union Fair is taking place on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. The theme this year will be “Let Freedom Ring,” and volunteers from the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 377 will have a color guard lead the parade.
The fair will have live bluegrass music, a maple museum, small animals show, antique collections and students bringing miniature gardens for a fairy garden exhibit. For the full schedule of events, check out Marathon 1890 Union Fair’s Facebook Page.