Tradition, pioneering spirit, good life on the High Plains; a few parts of Kismet’s Little World's Fair PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 September 2010 10:12

Numerous antique tractors were just a few of the sights during Monday’s parade in the Kismet Little World’s Fair, which occurred the entire Labor Day weekend in Kismet. Among other events, people got to watch the slat races on main street and the kids’ racing their box turtles at Turtle Downs. There was also the traditional ham and bean feed as well as other food and beverage vendors.Watch the Daily Leader for additional scenes from the  parade and festivities. Daily Leader photo/Earl Watt

 
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