The Country Living Fair Cancelled

Dated: 10/03/2011

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 Please Help Get the Word Out!  The Country Living Fair at Historic Batsto Village on Sunday, October 16 is cancelled.  This was not an easy choice but a decision that had to be made.Mother Nature has hit them hard...this year flooding and 2 bridges out on rte. 542 leaves them with only 1 main entrance and exit.  Since nearly 45,000 folks (from all over the tri-state area) attend this event annually, it is a major safety issue and we have much concern for  limited access for emergency vehicles.  We were left with little choice but to cancel. The event is annually sponsored by the Batsto Citizens Committee, Inc. a non-profit organization and the proceeds  typically go towards improvements at Historic Batsto Village. Next year the event will fulfill our mission to its utmost as we will have to make up for 2 years of fund raising to meet this commitment.  Please save the third Sunday in October of 2012 to help us support and raise money for necessary repairs and renovations.  Thank you!

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