<h1>The 70th Annual Williamsburg Fair was celebrated by with food, fun, and friends. Williamsburg, notorious for its home cooking, highlighted the fair with fried apple pies, no bake cookies, biscuits and gravy breakfasts, barbecue and much more.<\/h1>\r\nFun was had by all with displays of all crafts, history, hobbies, produce from the garden, and works of art by the children.\r\n\r\nBingo, a bouncy house, water games, a dunking tank, corn hole and horseshoe tournaments were among the activities. A parade with roughly 45 participants made its way through town, and of course, music was provided from Ben Hershman and The Sons of the Mountain and Strum Sum Bands.\r\n\r\nThe community of Williamsburg wishes to thank all those who worked diligently to make the Williamsburg Community Fair a huge success, and to all those who came from far and wide to enjoy our fair. Particular thanks to all those who entered floats, and others who made the parade a huge success. A particular thanks to those who donated door prizes to the fair: Tractor Supply, TNT Auto, Neathawk Lumber, Dutch Haus, Bob Evans, Shoneys, Country Roads Realty, The Big Wheel Restaurant, Beauty Transitions, Gee Farms, Willilamsburg Thrift Shop, Ross Weisenger, Expressions Salon, Atkins Auto Parts, Auto Zone, Advance Auto, Stidom & Turner, Martin & Jones, Danny Boggs, Second Time Around, Deb Zahorenko, Jed\u2019s Car Sales & Repair, SS Vision Automotive, Tri-County Produce, Valley Vet Clinic, Ronceverte Feed Store, Blanche Knicely, First Citizen Bank, Out Behind the Barn Custom Baskets, Martins Clever Containers, City National Bank, Premier Bank, Beauty Transitions, Tomato House, Snap on Tools, Mountain State Computers, the State Fair of WV, Access Health, and a special thanks to Greenbrier Solid Waste for all their care of the community. If you gave a door prize to our fair and your name was omitted, we apologize and thank you.