Fruit and vegetable production at the New York State Fair is going nowhere, but it’s not the same as you remember.
The exhibition was closed for 18 days after the show was canceled last year due to the CVD-19 epidemic. We sent our reporter to the entertainment venue in Gedes to tell you what to expect during your visit.
Place: Garden Building
What does it look like this year?
The first thing you notice is that there are very few vendors and many empty booths.
Deep down, an entire section of the building is closed, where exotic meats such as kangaroo spice are found in Car Cove. Here are some missing key elements
- There are no flower contests or flower arrangements that organize contests
- No apples
- There is no Nelson farm
Don’t worry, some Your favorites are still in the place you remember, Including:
- Potato Booth
- Maple Booth
And of course, some things are new, including:
- Taste of New York Market (replacing Nelson Farm)
- Sensory Garden (South Square)
- Extra seat (near Maple Booth)
- Low Bucket Jank Contest (replacing product contests)
Are people wearing masks? Are Kovid-19 restrictions in place?
Yes. Masks are required in each building at each entrance.
In addition, New York State’s Great Potato Booth has social remote stickers around the line.
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