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Homesteaders Fair gets folk back to basics

Lyle News


Photo contributed by Fern Johnson

Toe-tapping: Spilt Milk provides vendors and attendees with music from yesteryear, at Lyle’s Homesteaders Fair, held Saturday at Lyle Park.

The park was alive with activities last Saturday as the first annual NW Homesteaders Fair kicked off in grand style. Tents of vendors crowded the west end as well as the fence along Highway 14, to the baseball backstop on the southeast corner where there were demonstrations of blacksmithing for the public to enjoy. A goat powered wagon gave children rides around the center of the field while vendors displayed a diverse variety of products from homegrown fruits and vegetables to handmade soaps prepared from goat milk. Various demonstrations depicted everyday life as it was in yesteryears. All in all it was a great success.

Those who did not attend the Lyle Community Council (LCC) meeting...

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