NOTE: For showtimes, please see the Fair Week Schedule.
Kountry K-9 Show
This twenty-five minute action packed Kountry K-9 Show will entertain the child in all of us with their unusual capers and antics. Watch them as they jump rope, ride skate boards, go down a slide forward and backward, walk on their front feet, walk forward and backward on a whiskey barrel with a little bit of magic and a whole lot more!
These 10 highly trained canine rescues have traveled the world and entertained in amusement parks, theaters, festivals and fairs throughout the USA. Once they join the Kountry K-9 Show, they learn that they don’t have to “Ruff” it anymore. This show is definitely a crowd pleaser!
David Zentner & the Nashville Music Company
If you like the sound of traditional classic country music, then you’ll love the sound of David Zentner and The Nashville Music Company. David Zentner, who worked as a touring musician and vocalist in Nashville, TN, for nearly a decade, has backed some of the biggest names in the country music business including Johnny Paycheck, Loretta Lynn and Ernest Tubb. David joined up with four other Nashville experienced musicians to form David Zentner and The Nashville Music Company, who together deliver top-quality classic country music featuring sounds from the likes of Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, George Strait, and Ray Price, just to name a few.
MORE INFO: www.davidzentnermusic.com
The Greenwood Valley Boys
The Greenwood Valley Boys started out as “just a few friends getting together” to play music. Then they were asked to play for a few family reunions, followed by a few church socials. Next thing you know they had a following and were being asked to play at local fairs and carnivals.
Their genuine music and the way they interact with the crowd lets you know they are sincere in their message. The music is enjoyed by all ages. Just look around and you will see smiles, clapping along, toe tapping, dancing and even a few tears.
MORE INFO: greenwoodvalleyboys.weebly.com
The current band have been playing together for the past seven years. However, the Gypsy’s band has been in existence for over 150 years, playing Polkas, Obereks (lively Polish dance), old Country, Square Dance, Early Pop, and Big Band music.
Band Members include:
- Len Souto, band leader from East Smithfield, Pennsylvania, over 70 years playing the accordion.
- Charlie Brown, playing homemade electric bass and vocalist from Barton, New York.
- Brian Miller playing electric lead and rhythm guitar and vocalist from Waverly, New York.
- Bette Weaver, square dance caller and vocalist from Wysox, PA.
Requests for square dances have dwindled down to very few but the Gypsy’s continue their weekly free plays at nursing homes, senior citizens centers, and an occasional church and civic affairs within a 50 mile radius of Waverly New York.