2019 Fair at New Boston
Step back in time at the 36th Annual Fair at New Boston on August 31 – September 1, 2019 at the George Rogers Clark Park in Springfield, Ohio and watch history come alive! The nationally recognized annual Fair at New Boston takes place every year on Labor Day Weekend. Everything about this quality event creates the illusion of time travel to 1790-1810. NOTE: Education Day for students is held on Friday, the day before the public event.
18th Century Fair at New Boston
Your full day of historical adventure will begin with cheering and huzzahs, as the 15 star flag is raised over the Fairground at the opening ceremonies. Visitors won’t want to miss this entertaining introduction to the Fair. Stay around to hear food vendors brag about the quality of their delicacies and merchants urging the Fairmasters to stop by their booths.
Fairgoers will have a hard time deciding where to turn next. There is so much to do at the Fair at New Boston! Battle recreations, Native American villages, smells, tastes and sights and other slices of 18th Century life will be recreated 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., both Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day Weekend.
Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. Rain or Shine
Admission: Ages 12-older $10; active military with ID $7; children ages 6-11 $3; and children ages 5-under free. No pets please.
George Rogers Clark Park
930 S. Tecumseh Road
Springfield, OH 45506
Enter the George Rogers Clark Park, take your first immediate Right on to Marianne Nave Dr., then follow New Boston Road to the Left, continue until you reach the Gathering House.
The Fair at New Boston Mini-Gallery
For more information:
General Information: 937-882-9216 or email@example.com
The Fairmaster & Mistress: Fairmaster@grcha.org
The GRCHA Association President: President@grcha.org
Fair Registration Information: Registration@grcha.org
Parking: Free and plentiful.
Education Day – Friday
Open to the Public School Districts, Private Schools, and Home School Programs. Primary Program Focus: Fourth or Fifth Grade, Ohio and American History. Not Open to the General Public on Friday. Home School Registration