Pitt County Fair Underway

The 89th annual Pitt County Fair kicked off Monday evening.

People enjoyed rides, food, and fun.

There is wide variety of southern treats available. The fair also has over 38 rides and contests for people to participate.

Adult admission is $5.00 for everyone 12 and older, $2.00 for kids ages 5-12, and no charge for children 4 and younger.

The fair will run until the end of this week at the fairgrounds just off of Highway 264.

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  • by lisa Location: ayden on Sep 30, 2008 at 01:55 PM
    Sort of silly for me to pay for a $20 wristband for a 2 year old and will not hardly ride anything. Should be able to get a discount for kids under 4 for rides.
  • by DK Location: Greenville on Sep 30, 2008 at 05:15 AM
    If you cant afford the gas to get to the fair then you cant afford the ticket either. Much less, spending all your money at some rigged game so you can walk around with a giant stuffed animal.
  • by Carmen Location: Stonewall on Sep 30, 2008 at 04:27 AM
    They need to provide free wrist bands for the rides too. $25.00 for a county fair is to much. I remember the fair costing $5.00 for everything, and that was in the 90's. You can go to Disney World for around $50.00 a ticket. I think I rather save for that. Cotton Candy is what? Around $4.50 a stick?
  • by Bo Location: Ayden, NC on Sep 30, 2008 at 04:10 AM
    The county/city of Greenville should provide local bus service in support of the fair. Many people will not be able to afford to auto to the fair but could afford the bus fare. As a matter of fact, bus service including Ayden, Winterville to downtown would help the economy especially if the fuel is bio frendly.

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