If you haven’t stopped by to see Jim Garrison and the bee keepers association at the fair you are truly missing out. They have a hive on display for you to attempt to find the queen. Plenty of honey and wax are presented under glass so you can see all the neat stuff associated with their organization. “This was our largest competition ever,” said Jim Garrison, president of the association.
Find out more about the association at www.bomtn.org
Just across the way from the bees is the horticulture display. They too had the largest turnout in history for their competition. Check out the box of goodies with the Champion Ribbon, submitted by Amy Delvin-Tavalin. After that slip outside and play on the midway. Take a ride on the flying pirate ship or try your hand at the games of skill. Good times are everywhere at the Williamson County Fair!
The Williamson County Fair runs from Friday, August 3rd to Saturday, August 11th.
Find out more at www.williamsoncountyfair.org.
Admission is only $6 for adults and $3 for kids at the gates. Fireworks are presented nightly by Haury & Smith, Inc & Tenn Contractors, Inc.