Annual fair will brighten up springtime in Puyallup

March 28, 2014 by  

The Washington State Spring Fair is returning to Puyallup for four days this April.

The fair is expected to have something to offer to everyone, regardless of age or interests. There will be baby animals, face painting, tasteful treats like elephant ears, musical entertainment, and Brad’s World Reptile Show. There will also be racing pigs, Dock Dogs, and horses galore.

Other events taking place include a garden show, the Slamfest Demolition Derby, a Monster Truck show, and an interactive exhibit from Mindworks. Carnival rides and games are again likely to be among the most popular parts of the fair.

This is a popular event in Puyallup and it attracts visitors from all over the area. Local stationery printers sometimes are asked to provide products such as flyers to help advertise events like this quickly and inexpensively.

It all takes place at the Washington State Fairgrounds from April 10 to 13. Tickets in advance are $7.50 for adults or $5.50 for students aged 6 to 18, and $10 or $8 at the gate. Ride and game tickets are available for $50 for 120 or $20 for 40. Admission to the Slamfest Demolition Derby and the Monster Truck show range in price from $9 to $31. Visit the official website to find out more about this diverse annual event.

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